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Healthy Eating Plan Comparison Assignment
Individual diet: We are all biochemically unique and there is no diet that works for everyone. I would start with an elimination diet and write down if you can identify foods that does not agree with your body and eliminate them. Avoid all processed food, learn how to read food labels, do not drink calories (i.e. Drink water), try to eat mostly organic and maybe join healthy cooking class. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Same as 44 year old: Eat fresh real food, not food from packages or mixes. Organic food, free of pesticides, is ideal. Eat brightly colored fruits and vegetables. If you eat meat, use it as a seasoning, rather than the main course. Avoid fried foods and sugar (added sugar, sugared drinks, alcohol, anything with high fructose corn syrup). Shop in the perimeter of the grocery store where the fresh products are located. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fruits, veggies...: Fruits, vegetables, whole grains. Not sugary foods, sodas, fatty snacks. And teach them to eat at designated times - like small portions 4-6 times per day. Being hungry all the time is a cop out for the teenagers - that's a bad habit that won't serve them when they get a little older. ...Read more
Calories>exercise: Even if you are eating all healthy foods, if you eat more calories than you burn, you will gain weight. Make sure you have some good physical activity most days of the week. Watch your portion sizes. Be careful about calories in beverages (mostly drink water). Start your meals with veggies, fruits and/or salads (be careful about dressings). Eat slowly and enjoy your food. Best wishes! ...Read more
Relax: Eat 6 healthy small meals with vegetables, fresh fruit, high quality protein, good fats. Avoid sugar, artificial sweetners, and processed food. After eating breathe and relax for 5 minutes ( see kelly mcgonigal's the will power instinct, 2012). Then in a chair swing your arms. Next breathe in and on the out breath push your arms out as if pushing a heavy weight to tense your core muscles. ...Read more
I am on a healthy eating plan and exercising . I am losing inches but not losing weight? Why is that?
Need calorie count: You may be eating more than you think and the calories you are burning off with exercise may be less than you think. Try figuring out these numbers before you give up your good work. Also, it is not unusual that in the early phases of dieting and exercise, your body is changing (adding muscle, losing fat) where you will not see much change at the scale. Keep going, it will get better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm on a healthy eating plan and i keep failing. Is there anything i could do to help my self control?
I'm looking for an effective and easy to maintain healthy eating plan, however i'm a very fussy eater what can I do about this?
Diet: Try getting your vegetables and fruits from a shake like the ones recommended by nutrabullet or any type of mixer that gives recipes for veggies, fruit like blueberries, strawberries and then adding protein. You will mostly taste the sweetness of the fruit. Many fussy eater find this an easier to maintain a healthier diet. Best wishes. ...Read more
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