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For your salads

Use Rice Wine Vinegar! It is in foreign food section of your grocery store..someone told me about it and it is so clean and tastes great! YOu also don't need to use too much a little goes a long way!!

- Submitted by JAZZIELORI 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments

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Increasing Water Intake

My best bet for getting in at least 10 cups per day is "chug counting". Measure out 1 c. and count how many big, consecutive swallows it takes to drink it (for me, it's 12). I get water from the tap and know that when I count to my magic number of chugs, 8 oz. is down for the day!
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- Submitted by SLPCOWGAL72 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment

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Eat foods that you like!

This is a lifestyle change. I have to eat what I like. I hate salad, raw veggies, oatmeal, your typical diet foods. So I don't eat them! My diet is full of delicious food that I LOVE! I know I can eat like this for the rest of my life. It is not a temporary change.

- Submitted by XFITSTRONG 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 2 Comments

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Water & Youre Meals...How To Put It To Youre Best Use

When you make a meal (any of them, even snacks) get a glass or bottle of water. Between EVERY bite of food, drink 1 or 2 sips of youre water.

- Submitted by SIZE5MOTIVATED 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 2 Comments

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oats...

Substitute oats for bread crumbs in your turkey burgers, or meatloaf, recipes

- Submitted by CROPER2 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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proper diet

become a vegan, or at least vegetarian.
You don't even have to exercise(you absolutely should though!)to lose weight if you take out the meat and dairy.
Research proves it over and over.
Start by replacing one meat meal a week with beans or legumes, use spices for flavor instead of cheese sauce.

- Submitted by TRINAVALLBACKA 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment

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Optical Illusion

I use a smaller plate when I am eating pasta, or anything that looks "small" on a dinner plate - I find I am satisfied with the serving size because it doesn't look so small after all!

- Submitted by MMEQUEEN 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 6 Comments

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Not So Much

I deserve the best. I will not put so much food and "food-stuff" aka "Frankenfoods" into my body. (MODERATION)
"Not So Much" (with a Real-Housewife of... arrogance), because I am the caretaker of this temple. And trash will not be given a pass.

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- Submitted by MZSPB1 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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Eat slowly

I tend to eat way too fast! I've found that if I take my time and really savor each bite, I know the moment I'm full and don't overeat. Making meals purposeful helps too - I try not to eat while watching TV or sitting at my desk.

- Submitted by AMYZZON 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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Stay Full Longer, Get Protein in Your Breakfast

I've noticed that if I eat a high protein breakfast then I am full all morning without any hunger pangs! At least 15g of protein in my breakfast helps me feel satisfied for longer than a lower protein breakfast. Don't skimp on your carbs though, my whole grain bread has 5g of protein in one slice.

- Submitted by SILVERKNOT 3/30/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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