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Pregnant women should eat a balanced, nutritional diet and increase their calorie intake to meet the needs of the developing fetus and their changing bodies. Eating a range of wholesome and nutritious foods during pregnancy is one of the most important things that women can do to ensure the normal development and growth of the fetus, and it can help to prevent prematurity and low birth weight. For the mother, good nutrition helps to prevent anemia, ...Read more
Variety: Eat pleanty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Try to have fresh fish at least twice a week. Avoid large amounts of cholesterol, saturated fats and trans fats. Choose lean cuts of meat and skinless chicken and look for non animal sources of protein. Drink water instead of cola or fruit drinks. For specifics, talk to a doctor or nutritionist. Check out myplate. Gov. ...Read more
Funny you should ask: I just came back from the supermarket. Bought $20 dollars worth of bread and fresh vegetables, about enough for 4 person-days. Add $10 for milk, cheese, meat and condiments already in the house - sounds plenty healthy to me! ...Read more
I commend you for caring for your Health!
Do not be victim of foods rich in fat and sugar.
or get carried away by convenience foods.
Avoid processed foods.
Become Captain over your impulses to eat fast foods.
Do not overeat due to boredom, frustration or loneliness.
It is NOT what you eat,
It is WHAT is eating you.
Have Balanced Diet including protein, fat, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. ...Read more
Make good choices.: Check www. Choosemyplate. Gov, foodnetwork. Com, WWW. Health. Com, allrecipes. Com, www. Bhg. Com, www. Eating well. Com, www. Cookinglight. Com, www. Foodnetwork. Com and others for food info & healthy meal and recipes ideas. ...Read more
If you can, eat: Organic, local fruits ; vegetables when they are in season. Eat at least 5 servings of vegetables ; 4 of fruit per day. Eat many different colors of fruit ; vegetables. Avoid processed foods. Try to stay from junk carbohydrates - go for whole grain instead. Limit red meat. Don't add extra salt. Limit or avoid alcohol. Enjoy your food - take time to savor it. ...Read more
I commend you for wanting to eat healthy
Respect yourself for good health and set discipline to maintain good health.
Eating healthy -Balanced diet, right daily caloric intake, eating slow
Unhealthy house members are responsible for their unhealthy eating habits
Do not feel the need to have their acceptance
Do not be very concerned or nervous if you do not join them for meals
See a Therapist. ...Read more
Eat good food: You will need to recalibrate your tastebuds. A fresh orange is better than orange soda. Grilled chicken tastes more of chicken than breaded and fried. There is a lot of good healthy food, so you shouldn't feel you're denying yourself. Simply-prepared fresh food helped me drop 50 lbs over about a year. Furthermore, I rarely longer crave addictive foods like tater tots and simple carbs. ...Read more