My Market does not have a fruit or salad bar. No cooked foods to take home. I am not sure that would be a good idea for me. I would choose some wrong things and not get portion control. But that sounds like a fun way to get daily meals.
Irene from Missouri
Any type of action always drives motivation.
"Arriving at one goal is the starting point to another." - John Dewey
I stay away from take away stuff at the grocery store, as well as from 7-11. If I have to grab something, I get one of the lowfat sandwiches from Subway, no mayo, no cheese. I am very impressed with Jared. Subway found a gem in him! He's kept if off for several years now, and looks like he's lost even more weight.
Has anyone seen Alton Brown since he lost 47 pounds? You know he didn't do it by eating boring food. I hope he writes a book about his weight loss journey.
Nell Reston, Virginia
No one ever got up in the morning wishing she'd eaten more the night before.
No, I haven't tried that, fruit, yogurt and salad bar are OK but I'm staying away from those bars, they have too much junk in them (including sugar) and I'm also nixing deli meats (too processed and too much salt). Make your own turkey breast and keep/freeze it.
Run in, grab a piece or two of fruit, a cup of yogurt, an energy bar, a salad at the salad bar, a turkey sandwich at the deli counter, and you're out through the express lane with breakfast, lunch, and snacks in 10 minutes.
From Stealth Health by David Katz. M.D.
Have you tried this before?
Edited by: PERSISTENCEMIMI at: 11/2/2009 (07:46)
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