Healthy food for me. I need to lose weight and I want to start eating healthy.?

Question by Rory: Healthy food for me. I need to lose weight and I want to start eating healthy.?
Any ideas for healthy food?

Best answer:

Answer by Glazbinator
– Every meal and snack should contain some protein and fiber to help fill you up & keep you full.

– Your protein sources should be lean (e.g. fish, chicken, beans & legumes (also a source of fiber), tofu, nuts & seeds…)

– You should eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables… in their whole form is best. Also, keep in mind that they lose nutrients the longer they sit after being picked, so sometimes frozen is a better option. and be careful for pesticides… always wash your fruits & veggies before eating them!

– If you consume dairy products, make sure to keep them low fat or fat-free. You could also substitute milk alternatives such as soy, almond, or rice milk (and cheese, yogurt, etc…)

– The majority, if not all, of your grain products should be whole-grain. This can be whole wheat, oatmeal, quinoa, bulgur, amaranth, barley, brown rice, etc… the possibilities are virtually endless! Don’t eat refined grains! This is one of the biggest downfalls for people trying to lose weight. They spike your blood sugar and make you hungry again in an hour. Not to mention they have much fewer nutrients than whole grains, and the ones that are there are added in artificially… yuck!

Hope I helped & good luck!

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If I start eating more healthy foods will my skin look a little better on its own?

Question by a filthy weiner: If I start eating more healthy foods will my skin look a little better on its own?
Just curious if I start eating more healthy foods if I could start having a more clear and clean face/body. I want to eat more fruits/veggies as well as more healthy meats and less fatty foods and cut out a lot of the junk I used to eat. I’m only 17 so I think its a good idea. What could the physical effects of a good diet be?

Best answer:

Answer by Jenn
Yes!! And EXERCISE! I used to have really bad acne and bad eczema. I used to drink and smoke and NEVER exercise, and once I cut that out, my skin cleared up (better bloodflow to the skin) and my eczema calmed down. Now I exercise daily, and this helps flush out toxins. I rarely get a pimple, and I rarely get eczema. The last time I drank, I got a pimple the next day!!!
Food is not directly related to acne, if that is your problem. But adding more nutrients and vitamins into your diet through whole, natural foods, will improve your skin, body, stamina, and mental clarity. Cutting out toxins will improve your whole being. Adding in exercise will also help tremendously. Put the right stuff in your body through your food (still eat what you want sometimes so you can be happy!) and flush out toxins through sweaty exercise.

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Why did I start feeling faint and jittery after throwing up?

Question by yo: Why did I start feeling faint and jittery after throwing up?
I normally have healthy eating habits and I just eat like normal stuff.. but today I just bought a shitload of junk food. and within half an hour I got sick, and then vomited it all up.
About 10 minutes after vomiting, I started feeling jittery and shaky, and then felt like I was going to faint. Also my legs started getting sweaty…. what happened?? o.o
oh and im not bullemic i was just sick

Best answer:

Answer by Aliee
I dont exactly know WHY you felt like this, but it’s normal. Your body just did something that took a lot of effort, so it’s gonna feel pretty weird/tired for a while. BUT, if this feeling lasts for a long time (days), or you starting throwing up again and again, you might want to look into going to a doctor 🙂

Hope you feel better very soon!! <3

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Clean Start: Inspiring You to Eat Clean and Live Well with 100 New Clean Food Recipes

Clean Start: Inspiring You to Eat Clean and Live Well with 100 New Clean Food Recipes

Terry Walters’ first book, CLEAN FOOD, caused a sensation and fueled a nationwide movement about nourishment and clean food that’s been embraced all the way to the White House. Cooks, foodies, and anyone in search of a healthy and sustainable approach to eating and living well embraced her philosophy: eat minimally processed foods for maximum nutrition. CLEAN FOOD taught us the benefits of eating locally grown, seasonal, and fresh. And now, CLEAN START makes it even easier for everyone-from the kitchen novice to the seasoned chef-to eat clean. CLEAN START features 100 exciting new recipes for the foods we all need more of, featuring Terry’s signature quick, easy, and delicious preparations. CLEAN START inspires you to take the next step…no matter where you’re starting.

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Starting a coupon book(advertising business), should I start one if there is already one?

Question by : Starting a coupon book(advertising business), should I start one if there is already one?
I am in an area where ther is a tourist coupon book . Basically they sell adspace in their book. I know I can do better at a better price for advertisers.

Do you think advertisers will be willing to switch. If this coupon book has already been established for years.

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Answer by FYI
i think you have a good idea. but, you will have to be persistent with advertisers. be prepared to get allot “NO” before you get that first “YES”.

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Mommy & Me Class, Healthy Start Program

Mommy & Me Class, Healthy Start Program
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Representatives from Planned Parenthood discussed Family Planning & Birth Control Options with over 30 program and community participants present. Demetria Turner and LaSondra Keys, both staff members of the SFHS program, facilitated the first Mom’s Club meeting of the year. Members of the Mom’s Club participated in a time management activity—also considered “me-time”.

7 Quick Start Tips for Living a Healthy Gluten Free Fit Life (without making yourself nuts in the process) (Living a Gluten Free Healthy Life)

7 Quick Start Tips for Living a Healthy Gluten Free Fit Life (without making yourself nuts in the process) (Living a Gluten Free Healthy Life)

A healthy gluten free diet doesn’t have to be hard.

You want to eat more healthful and nutritious foods.

You really do.

You’ve also recently been diagnosed with celiac disease, or have discovered you are gluten intolerant and feel much better when eliminating gluten from your diet. Perhaps you’ve been gluten free for some time now, and are ready to kick your nutrition up a notch. Your goal is to make your food, and your life, more than just gluten free.

You’re ready for a lifestyle, not a “diet.” You want to make healthier choices in eating and in activity. You want to make those choices easy, and a part of every day.

This is a “fast action guide” to get you started on your healthier life today. Each one of the seven tips has a companion “do-this-now” component to get you moving. You get checklists, questionnaires, worksheets, practical strategies and survival tactics.

Here are samples of the steps:

Step 4-Have Healthy Foods Handy:

Ideas to implement immediately for making healthier food easier to grab, and provides a list of easy gluten free and healthy snacks.

Step 5-Set Aside Time to Prepare:

Easy ways to get your cooking done, and includes a worksheet on putting together simple yet flavorful and healthy gluten free meals.

This manual is easy to understand and quick to implement. It allows you to save the time you would have spent researching and studying all this information, and spend that time enjoying your new healthier gluten free lifestyle.

But-you must put the steps into action. It is up to you to make the changes. This guide provides a system with a step-by-step plan to live healthier starting now.

About the author: Erin Elberson Lyon is the author of the popular blog Gluten Free Fitness, where she assists and educates people in how to make impactful and positive choices for nutrition and lifestyle. Educationally, she holds a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor’s in Health Science, as well as passed (with 100%!) the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness GREAT testing (Gluten Free Resource, Awareness and Education Training) for Allied Health Professionals. More importantly, she has celiac disease and is an advocate of good nutrition and sound fitness habits to improve quality of life and health.A healthy gluten free diet doesn’t have to be hard.

You want to eat more healthful and nutritious foods.

You really do.

You’ve also recently been diagnosed with celiac disease, or have discovered you are gluten intolerant and feel much better when eliminating gluten from your diet. Perhaps you’ve been gluten free for some time now, and are ready to kick your nutrition up a notch. Your goal is to make your food, and your life, more than just gluten free.

You’re ready for a lifestyle, not a “diet.” You want to make healthier choices in eating and in activity. You want to make those choices easy, and a part of every day.

This is a “fast action guide” to get you started on your healthier life today. Each one of the seven tips has a companion “do-this-now” component to get you moving. You get checklists, questionnaires, worksheets, practical strategies and survival tactics.

Here are samples of the steps:

Step 4-Have Healthy Foods Handy:

Ideas to implement immediately for making healthier food easier to grab, and provides a list of easy gluten free and healthy snacks.

Step 5-Set Aside Time to Prepare:

Easy ways to get your cooking done, and includes a worksheet on putting together simple yet flavorful and healthy gluten free meals.

This manual is easy to understand and quick to implement. It allows you to save the time you would have spent researching and studying all this information, and spend that time enjoying your new healthier gluten free lifestyle.

But-you must put the steps into action. It is up to you to make the changes. This guide provides a system with a step-by-step plan to live healthier starting now.

About the author: Erin Elberson Lyon is the author of the popular blog Gluten Free Fitness, where she assists and educates people in how to make impactful and positive choices for nutrition and lifestyle. Educationally, she holds a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor’s in Health Science, as well as passed (with 100%!) the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness GREAT testing (Gluten Free Resource, Awareness and Education Training) for Allied Health Professionals. More importantly, she has celiac disease and is an advocate of good nutrition and sound fitness habits to improve quality of life and health.

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