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Can You Eat Meatloaf On A Diet
Of course. ....: ...if it fits in your calorie allotment! I presume you are talking about a diet designed for weight loss. As long as you eat a reasonable portion and you still have room for fruits and vegetables that you need for good nutrition, you can assign a few (300-400) calories to meatloaf and cornbread, at least once in a while! Do make sure you know your daily calorie allowance for weight loss:)
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I'm planning on having a meatloaf for dinner made with extra lean beef. Is that good for you? And does it have any fat? If so is it good fats?
See below: Just like the name says, extra lean means less fat, not no fat. Beef does not have any good fat - it's all unhealthy fat but extra lean decreases this fat.
We cooked meatloaf for dinner it was cooked all the way threwthe night everyone started throwing up n havin diarrai white stuff in the middle of meat?
Anybody else sick: Are you the only one who ate the meat loaf. If you are then it could be the meat. If the whole family ate the meat loaf, and you are the only one who gut sick, then it is not the meat. It is your stomach, that did not like the meat loaf, even if you love it, and never bother you in the past, it can happen. You need to keep the eye on the food that bother your stomach, and stay away from it
I am 75 years of age, I appear to have aintolerance to hamburger meat. After a meal of meatloaf then a beef hamburger two days later I had explosive?
Diarrhea 2 days post: Eating meat is more likely to be an infection either caused by undercooked meat or independent of the food rather than an intolerance.
Lasting weight loss: In order to lose weight and keep it off, you need to make a commitment to a permanent lifestyle change. Most importantly you need to commit to a more active lifestyle. No diet is permanent. Eat 75-85% of your daily calorie needs (and count them). www.bmi-calculator. Net/bmr-calculator/ try to lose at a healthy pace of 1-2lbs per week and most importantly keep that exercise level up. Good luck.
Processed carbs: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts.See 1 more doctor answer
Diet: You can eat regular diet without restrictipns.
Sure: It should be fine, but limit the amount of salt and butter that you use.
Healthy choices: 5-7 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. 3-5 ounces of lean meat, chicken or fish as protein, or eggs, or 1 cup of milk. Complex carbohydrates in the form of whole grains, should make up 1/4 of your plate servings. 1/2 your plate should be fresh fruits and or vegetables. And 1/4 of your plate should be protein. Beans and legumes are also healthy carbohydrates. Avoid too much fat, fried foods.
Wouldn't recooment it: In general most fast food restaurants contain foods which are loaded with high concentrated calories. Even salads at fast food restaurants contain lots of calories typically from the dressing of fried toppings. The best way to lose weight is to avoid processed food and concentrate on a whole food approach. To sum it up eat lean meats, fruits and vegetables.
Probably shouldn't..: A gout sufferer should also avoid oysters, calamari, sushi, crabs and scallops. While going off these foods, a gout sufferer is advised to drink a lot of milk and other dairy products. Dairy products help by decreasing the levels of uric acid in the body due to its alkaline nature.See 2 more doctor answers
Diabetic diet: A diabetic diet is good for both high and low blood sugars. Avoid fast carbs, white sugar, refined flour foods, high fat foods. Instead eat smaller amounts, proteins, complex carbs, eat more frequently. The goal is to avoid spikes in your metabolism. Okay to check in with your doc. Be well.
Wouldn't want to: Essential nutrient needed for nerve function, healthy liver, kidney, muscle function. Choline goes into all cell membranes. Found in liver, meat, poultry, fish, eggs, tofu, nuts, cauliflower, grains, wheat germ, other.
Fruits, veggies: Part of a good meal plan should include, fresh fruits, vegetables, low fat dairy, legumes, portion control (3 ounces a serving) of lean meat, chicken, or turkey and /or fish. Complex carbohydrates (one serving per meal) could include whole grains such as wheat, oats, rye, barley and or brown rice.
After BRAT diet: After a brat diet (bananas, rice, applesauce, & toast), you can pretty much return to eating whatever you would like as tolerated. Use common sense but if you have something in mind that seems appealing you are likely on the road to recovery and can eat it. Additionally, be sure to remain adequately hydrated. I hope this helps!
A variety of foods: Healthy diets have natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and iceberg lettuce (little/no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. Surely avoid sugar & simple starch calories. Eat some protein with each meal.
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