The Shock Of Calorie Content Leading To Healthier Choices
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When you discover how many calories are in certain foods you didn't think were that calorific, you are first in shock, then disappointed. You can still eat these foods, just in smaller quantities. Otherwise, you can find healthy substitutions in order to stay within your allowed daily calories, especially at the end of the day. It forces you to change your eating habits. 14 potato chips for 150 calories or a juicy plum for 30? Fat and little fiber and vitamins, or no fat with fiber and vitamins?
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One healthy Choice leads to another healthy choice
Making the first healthy choice will lead to other healthy choice.
For example: For breakfast you have the option of Oatmeal and a Banana OR an egg Mcmuffin meal from McDonalds. Simply by choosing the oatmeal and banana you have greatly increased the probablility that you will have a healthy lunch and then a healthy dinner. One healthy choice leads to another healthy choice.4
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