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I work full time, and I don't eat very healthy. I really need a diet plan that I know I can stick with. I am the type of person that eats when I get stressed or bored. I know if i had a meal plan, I would be able to stop eating unhealthy. Any ideas?



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fingo9
Newbie
2 Posts
3/7/2017 5:08:48 AM
Cen you have a vegetarian diet plan for reducing
weight up to 10 kg in 2 months?


Sahir Raj
Newbie
1 Posts
2/24/2017 3:59:04 AM
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AutobodySam
Newbie
2 Posts
10/29/2015 7:07:38 AM
There are many different "quick fix"
diets out there. Many of which work,
until you decide to stop the diet. 85% of
people that have lost weight on them gain
all or even more of the weight back in 2
years or less. I am a coach for a company
(will not name unless asked) and I have
to go through special courses and take
tests to be able to help. In other words
I'm certified. Don't fall for something g
that helps you now but doesn't teach you
anything. You need to be healthy for life
in order to stay fit/keep the weight off.
You can do simple things everyday to make
a habit. So instead of soda, drink water.
Use veggies instead of pastas and rice. ?
and always have eat proteins. There is a
tremendous amount of gains from eating
protein.


johnsyncmed
Newbie
4 Posts
8/11/2015 9:55:52 AM
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johnsyncmed
Newbie
4 Posts
8/11/2015 9:55:52 AM
Talking about trends and innovations
on diet plans, we have done a
tremendous research job to find the
most innovative and easy to use (user
friendly) mobile application that
could really define the true essence
of health on your mobile devises. This
revolutionizing app called the
AskFRED. We imagine the health
information readily available with
just a touch on your mobile screens.
Most of the mobile apps out there only
log and record health data at the end
nothing will be achieved with those
data alone. It is what you do with
those data that improves health and
wellness and AskFRED does that. Check
it out on your app store or website at
askfrednow (com)

It does all the nutrition and fitness
management in a way that you would set
all your scheduled activity everyday
on your own convenience.

The BEST and UNIQUE feature of this
app is that it you're going to have an
assigned "health coach/es" like a
"personal trainer" to
assist you with your daily routines.
You can have chat sessions with your
coach and ask your
health concerns anytime. Mind you,
they are real persons that work as a
team and
comprised of health professionals
(nurses,PTs,Nutritionists,Psychologist
s) for
a holistic approach. Several companies
and institutions are already lined up
to use this app for their employees
and customers. This app will be the
missing puzzle piece to achieve your
ultimate health goal.


weightlosstea
Newbie
4 Posts
1/21/2014 4:35:39 PM
Eating a healthy, balanced diet is
important for sustained energy and
illness prevention. Eating healthy is
not about cutting calories or strict
dieting; it's about ensuring your body
gets the nutrients it needs to thrive.

1. Avoid cutting calories, but do not
consume too much. Healthy and active
adults need approximately 2,000 calories
a day. The more exercise you do, the
more calories you need. Use a daily
calorie calculator (see Resources
section below) to determine how many
calories you need each day.

2. Add fruits and vegetables to every
meal, and even to snacks. For example,
add bananas to your cereal at breakfast,
eat a salad and an apple with lunch and
have tomatoes and canned peaches with
your dinner. This can help you get the
recommended three to five (or more)
servings of fruits and vegetables.

3. Try new foods. Make an effort to pick
out something new at the grocery store
every week. Browse the produce section
and choose a fruit you have never had
before. This can help give you a
healthier, more balanced diet so you're
not eating the same things all the time.

4. Check your portions. More appropriate
portions can make a huge difference. One
way to check portions is to read the
nutrition label and see the recommended
serving size. (See the link in the
Resources section below for appropriate
portions.)

5. Cut out excess sugars, salts,
caffeine and alcohol. These (in excess)
are toxic to the body and will deplete
nutrients. Eat a healthy well balanced
diet and enjoy your foods and drinks
containing these toxins in moderation
only, or cut them out altogether.

6. Clean your home of junk food. If it
isn't there you are less likely to eat
it, especially at nighttime. When you
are able to cut out junk foods (sugary,
salty snacks) you will eat what is
available in your home, which should be
healthy choices such as fruits,
vegetables, pretzels, and crackers.

7. Balance your diet with proteins and
carbohydrates. Include meats, beans and
fish for protein. Avoid cutting out
carbohydrates, as you need these for
energy. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains
and pasta contain needed carbohydrates.


figurecompetitor
Newbie
5 Posts
8/7/2012 2:47:21 AM
This low carb, high protein menu has 50 grams of usable carbohydrate plus 33 grams of fiber and all essential vitamins and minerals.
Breakfast

1 cup plain, strained yogurt with cultures (see Yogurt Info)
1 medium peach (2 ½ inch) (can substitute a cup of sliced strawberries or 1 cup raspberries)
3 Tablespoons
Lunch

Tomato Stuffed with Salmon Salad: Scoop seeds out of a large (3 inch) tomato, and stuff with salmon salad, made with, for example, 4 oz of canned salmon, 1 Tablespoon regular mayonnaise, 2 Tablespoons minced celery, and seasonings to taste
Cabbage Salad: 1 cup shredded red cabbage mixed with ½ cup shredded carrot and dressed with 1 Tablespoon oil and vinegar dressing. (Can substitute Low Carb Cole Slaw.)

Snack

1/3 cup hummus
1 small red pepper, cut in strips

Dinner

Beef Fajitas
Refried Beans) (made with black soy beans – if your diet allows, you can use canned refried beans
¼ avocado or Guacamole
Green salad made with 3 cups chopped (or small-leafed) greens and 1 Tablespoon oil and vinegar dressing

Nutritional Analysis: This menu provides 50 grams effective carbohydrate plus 33 grams fiber, 99 grams protein, and 1672 calories. This menu contains at least the minimum requirements of all essential nutrients including Vitamin D and calcium.


Flabfree
Apprentice
6 Posts
8/16/2010 6:33:41 PM
I've had a lot of luck with my diet plan. So much so
(30lbs in a very short time) that I've created a blog
to help others lose weight and gain lean muscle
mass.
I'm a single mom, 2 kids, work full time, crazy busy
and this fit into my routine really well.
In fact, it's easier because I'm not stressing about
everything I put in my mouth. I know exactly what
I'm eating, all the time.
Lots of people get derailed when they don't have
support but I have created a support system where
you can read daily motivations, daily exercises or
just email or call me for some needed boosting.
Sometimes you just need that kick in the butt to get
going and be successful.


olivia39
Newbie
3 Posts
7/27/2010 12:04:35 AM
Try a low carb diet. avoid starchy foods and replace them with green leafy veggies


daphnesy
Apprentice
7 Posts
7/20/2010 8:33:45 PM
There is no such thing as diet if you, yourself dont have enough motivation to stick.
Here's the thing, Grab a coffee before the flick, or pack an apple and a bag of pre-popped popcorn in a light or low-fat variety to get yourself in the movie spirit. Be sure to arm yourself with a bottle of water, too! We often mistake hunger for thirst, and the water will keep your mouth busy. Gotta have chocolate at the theater? Bring a snack-sized serving of chocolate chips for only 80 calories in 1/4 of a cup. You’ll even get a bit of iron with it!


hedden514
Newbie
1 Posts
6/28/2010 7:25:27 PM
Are you working out at all? If so what are your goals...losing weight or putting on muscle and mass? Or do you just want to eat healthy just because?





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