Wondered what I could eat for lunch today and had oatmeal with raisins and 1 Tbsp. pecans and 1/2 cup soy milk. Very filling.
9/11/2008 2:11:05 PM
I'm really trying to eat better and I love all new ways to go about doing that
8/12/2008 10:02:54 AM
Hello There, I'm also new to the site and am loving the great tips you share. I will try the frozen bluberries, I can also use them along with other frozen fruits for smoothies. Thanks for all the tips and nutrtional information.
This list is a helpful start for finding quality food to substitute for the junk that can worm its way into the normal diet. Fish, nuts, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables...it's not rocket science, but a reminder helps keep everybody on track. Thanks!
I'm not sure why raisin bread is on the list, but I do know that most dried fruits are pretty high in sugar. Some are worth eating in moderation nonetheless, because they're still a better way to get fruit into your diet than by drinking juice, where all the fiber has been removed.
That list is a great start! The Lord has provided lots of great food for us to eat - I'm especially digging the blueberries on the list. Try freezing them in ziplock baggies and eating them frozen. Our kids love them too.
4/1/2008 4:51:09 AM
Great article has reminded me what I used to eat and why I've gone wrong!!
3/16/2008 3:43:35 PM
Great list to post to the front of the refrigerator. Curious though...Why raisin bread and not raisins?
Nice concise article. I was looking for something to share with parents of my daughter's volleyball team so we can put together healthy lunches and snacks to keep the energy level up. I think I found the perfect list!
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