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Low Fat Cheese is my secret!

Cabot makes a 75% reduced fat sharp cheddar cheese that a nutritionist told me about. It tastes delicious and only has 60 calories per ounce. I like to slice it thin and enjoy it with fruit or nuts. Makes a filling snack with plenty of protein that won't cause me to go over my range.

- Submitted by TRANSFORMWE 8/19/2013 in Weight Loss | 1 Comment
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Keep Fresh Fruits & Veggies Stocked

Always make sure your fridge is stocked with fresh fruits and veggies. This may mean shopping a couple times a week, but I guarantee when you open your fridge door and see all the healthy food your diet is so much easier!

I keep apples, pears, berries, bananas, avocados
sweet potatoes, squash, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, swiss chard, onions and carrots on hand every week. emoticon emoticon emoticon

- Submitted by MEG-NATALIA07 12/15/2012 in Weight Loss | 1 Comment
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Terrific Food Tracking Tip!

I don't taste until I track! I put this rule in place for myself because skipping once is a slippery slope. And by making sure my food is logged before I indulge, I can see how much my choice will "cost" me and make a last minute change if necessary!

- Submitted by 00JULES 7/1/2011 in Weight Loss | 1 Comment
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Pop Chips - a Great Potato Chip Alternative!!! Low Fat, All Natural, Healthiest chip I could find.

I LOVE CHIPS - the crunches, the flavors, etc, but they are always sooo Bad for you. I found Pop Chips crunch perfectly awesome, and taste great too. They are never fried, never baked, all natural, nothing fake or phony.
* no trans fat
* no saturated fat
* no cholesterol
* no preservatives
They are about 120 calories for 20 - 22 of these chips. A great filling serving.

- Submitted by KAZINMICH 3/7/2011 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments
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Eating 5 Times a Day

I always thought eating more was a horrific idea, but since I've started eating a BIG breakfast, a big lunch and a light dinner (with 2 moderate snacks in between, maintaining 1,200-1,500 cals a day) I look and feel better. Who would have thought! Making a good decision in the morning often leads to good decisions throughout the day. :)

- Submitted by AMANDATU 1/7/2011 in Weight Loss | 1 Comment
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Eat Unprocessed Food.

Try to stay away from the supposed "healthy" processed food. Instead, grill up some onions, tritip steak, red bell peppers, chicken, and zuccini for something truly healthy, but still with that amazing flavor.

Food that does contain chemicals is SO harmful.

Eat a handful of grapes! Eat some strawberries. Grill your own chicken!
It's yummy and healthy!

- Submitted by LEAH_ASHLEY 9/8/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment
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Baby food.

Yesterday I found out that baby food section in my local store is the best place where I can find 100% juices - rich in nutritions and vitamins, with no additive, additional sugar, sweeteners or sodium.

- Submitted by DENIJA 5/21/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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UK savings

Shop at places that have saving schemes, for example, tesco with their clubcard. With every 100 points you save, you get 1. then you can either trade the points for vouchers to use in store, or exchange them for rewards like money towards a day out or dinner!

- Submitted by FYEAHMADZZ 4/28/2010 in Saving Money | 0 Comments
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Keep Your Own List(s)

Make your own healthy foods (especially snacks) lists of foods that you like. Make comments to indicate what craving/group it satisfies. Add to it as you try/find new foods. Use your list to help you plan meals and/or overcome cravings.

- Submitted by TDAB26 4/28/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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