Oranges, berries, peaches and pears, dark green vegetables such as spinach and kale have the fewest calories but are loaded with nutrition. Spinach, kale, broccoli and asparagus have little effect on sugar levels. Olive oil, walnuts, flaxseed and salmon are great sources of Omega 3's. Eat 4 Walnuts a day to protect your heart.
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Even healthy home made pizza can send your calorie count really high, So when I make a pizza I also make a quick healthy soup with stock and lots of veggies and eat a bowlful before the pizza. That way I end up eating less pizza, and keep my calories under control. 4
You need to trick your body! With nutrition... have two low calorie days and then one high calorie day followed again my two low calorie days and then another high..repeat this process and you should see results. With fitness...interval training will get you results too. Combining both is best.!
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