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Tracking Dietary Fibre

In the nutrition tracker, I have started tracking my dietary fibre numbers.
On the days that I achieve my fibre targets I am much more likely to be able to stick to my calorie range with relative ease.

- Submitted by ROOSTER72 9/11/2011 in Healthy Eating | 4 Comments
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Fruity Herbal Tea

To me, its fruity (which means sweet in my mind) - and 0 calories. What's not to love?

- Submitted by ROOSTER72 9/7/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Switching bad for better

Spark People nutrition tracker showed me some habits I had that were not doing me any favours.

My night time supper used to be water Milo & a choc chip museli bar (240 cal) which I did not think was too bad.
I have now changed it to Herbal tea, 10 grams walnuts & a handful of grapes (90 cal).

A small change which was not hard to make, and saves 150 cal EVERYDAY (pretty much) - could be the difference between maintenance & losing?

A couple of little changes make all the difference!

- Submitted by ROOSTER72 7/2/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Eat proper meals, organised around vegetables

I find it is so much easier to eat healthily throughout the day, if I sit down for a proper meal, that is based around a good serve of vegetables.
In summer, this would mean basing the meal on a lovely salad, and in winter making yummy low fat, high vegetable soups or even ratatouille.
You can then accompany that with a piece of wholemeal bread and a protein - cheese, lean meat or some peanut butter.

- Submitted by ROOSTER72 6/27/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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