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ROSA2K11 SparkPoints: (8,845)
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6/16/12 6:18 P

Unbreaded meats with sauce on the side are usually a safe option. Make sure to drink plenty of water so that the sodium content doesn't make you retain!

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6/16/12 6:00 P

Thanks!

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (56,900)
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6/16/12 5:58 P

I would ask for steamed mixed veggies with chicken/shrimp
brown sauce and hot oil on the side.

That is what I always got even when I didn't care what I ate :)

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6/16/12 5:56 P

I would think anything with steamed veggies, try to avoid the sauces , maybe some fish and wonton soup. emoticon

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6/16/12 5:50 P

Hey everyone,
Right now I am in training to run my first 5K so I'd like to keep my eating habits healthy. Tomorrow I am going out for Chinese food and I was wondering what healthy meal I could eat there. I have attatched the menu here...please let me know your opinions!

www.hopinghouse.com/GourmetDinner.php

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