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Junk Food Facts On Lollipops
Fruits/vegetables: Several healthy alternatives are available including fruits, vegetables, and some meats that are lower in fat, such as turkey, chicken, and fish. Red meat in moderate amounts is ok as well. Avoiding processed foods is always a plus. Nuts can make good snack food as well. They have "healthy fat" in them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
YOU can: You can stop your own temptation of junk food, but you may need help to do it. Eliminating sugars from your diet will help a lot -- you'll find that cravings for "junk" will diminish rapidly once you're through this process. Beginning your day with a protein-based shake with almond milk or coconut milk blended with high fiber berries or greens may help too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I weighed 171lb. about 2 months later I'm 163lb(now this morning). I have done nothing and for the past week I've been eating junk food,what is wrong?
Check everything!: Involuntary weight loss obligates evaluation--and the list of causes is huge. Be prepared to discuss symptoms and signs you've noticed over the last 2 months with your provider so he/she can better direct what evaluation is immediately appropriate. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I crave junk food everyday. I know I shouldn't be having it much. I have it in large amounts & then I feel guilty about it. How should I help myself?
I've lost 18 pounds in 4 months w/o trying. I moved to japan but still eat junk food sometimes. I ride my bike to work. Normal or am i sick?
Could be normal: Losing 18 pounds in 4 months with increased activity and possibly dietary change may be normal, especially if you were sedentary before. I don't know where you moved from or how you were eating previously, but typical japanese diets differ greatly from those in the us. They generally eat more vegetables, lean proteins, etc, than we do. Personally seeing a physician may provide answers for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: There are numerous benefits to cutting out foods that are 'junk food' healthier nutrition from eating more fruits and veggies, lean proteins and healthy fats (like nuts and using olive oil). Many people find that they don't crave the junk food as much, so they eat a healthier amount of calories in a day. This can result in healthy weight loss. Many people have more energy & normal bm's. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Willpower: Hi. I know it's hard in our society, but many of us are successful in living a healthy lifestyle. I suggest you don't buy junk food, don't keep any in your house, find healthy alternatives and DO keep them in your house, don't eat out much (almost all that food is junk), and exercise regularly. To your healthier lifestyle! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't buy it: Although we are constantly tempted by junk food since it is available at stores and restaurants all around us, one place we can control its' presence is in our homes. If you consider that any junk food in our cupboards or refrigerators will probably get eaten, the best thing to do is not to buy it or bring it into the house to begin with. Just don't buy it! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
One option: Clear your home and/or work environment of the junk food. Hide your cash/cards if tempted to drive thru. There are reasons that these foods are craved. If you work with a nutritionist to create a healthy meal plan and stick to it with good fats like nuts, avocado, coconut oil, and healthy proteins and lots of vegetables with some small healthy fruits, you might just lose the temptation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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