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Can You Fill Up With Fruit? YES, Here's How...

I eat this for lunch quite a bit & find it delicous, filling & nutricous. What to do is get 1 cup of yogurt (i use Giant brand-90 calories per cup) & slice up 1 medium banana, 3 medium fresh strawberries & i add 3 Tbs. of Ann's House brand, mother nature's reward mix of nuts & fruit. Mix it all up.

- Submitted by SIZE5MOTIVATED 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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Horseradish is Low in Sodium

I've reduced a lot of sodium by giving up steak sauce and substituting horseradish on steak, roasts, and beef sandwiches. Be sure to check the nutrition label to make sure your horseradish is low in sodium.

- Submitted by SLENDERELLA61 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment

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Quick high protein breakfast

When I lam in a hurry in the morning, I often grab a handful of nuts (or pre-packaged ones such as Nut-trition) and a low-fat string cheese for breakfast. It satisfies me for quite a long time, and doesn't cause blood sugar swings.

- Submitted by MARYJEANSL 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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8 Glasses of Water

I like to keep a cold bottle of 8 glasses of water with me at all times so that when I get thirsty I can just reach for my water. It's healthy and convenient!

- Submitted by DYMONDZ68 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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Frozen Fruit

I love to buy frozen berries, pineapple chunks, mango and peaches. When I get a craving for ice cream or some other sugary treat, I reach into the freezer and grab my frozen fruit. I eat it frozen. It takes care of the craving and fits very nicely into my calorie allowances!

- Submitted by KATSMEYOW 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment

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Holiday Candy

Have holiday candy staring you in the face? Find yourself grabbing your kid's mini snickers? 1) Put all the candy in the freezer or even ask a relative to hide it. 2) Cut up veggies first thing in the morning and keep the plate right out in the open. It will be the first thing you grab & not the last.

- Submitted by TULIP_MOM 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 2 Comments

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Green Tea

Drink a cup of green tea (hot preferably) once or twice daily. This drink has been known to decrease bloating and inflamation. It also adds to your water intake!

- Submitted by KSUMARLOW04 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment

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Frozen Veggies

Since I can't always get to the store for fresh veggies to steam (delicious, especially when sprinkled with Mrs. Dash!), I stock up on frozen & boxed varieties, with and without sauce. This way I always have an easy side dish or snack on hand!

- Submitted by SWEETDRMS2NT 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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Planning

Take inventory of the pantry once a week, make a list of what you will need and go grocery shopping. Make sure you plan for B L and D. Cut your veggies for salads, prepare and freeze dinners and lunches. Make sure you have pleanty of tupperware on hand!

- Submitted by GOLIONS 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment

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Breakfast Quickie

I pre-make breakfast sandwiches (i have a recipe on spark recipes) for the week. I then reheat them in the toaster oven or on the panini press while I am packing my lunch and preparing my coffee.

- Submitted by ERINLPITTS 4/7/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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