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WOTABOUTTHIS Posts: 551
9/1/10 4:30 P

Hey, there's probably very little wrong with the substance of the meals you're eating. Our biggest dietary changes have been removing butter, salt, and cheese from the table, switching to low-fat milk, using olive oil (and minimizing the amount) to cook with. Small steps keep your family onside. And always have lashings of steamed veg. and salad.

SLBLONDELL Posts: 121
8/27/10 9:16 P

Thanks I did check this website out!!! then couldn't find it again!!! whoo hooo found my msg board :)

THANK YOU :)

Shannon

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 41,525
8/27/10 4:26 P

Here are some resources that you may want to check out:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=1345


www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=511


I hope that helps!

Coach Denise

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8/27/10 9:45 A

frugalabundance.com/gfcfrecipes/recipeinde
x.htm


frugal abundance is a neat website, take a peek.

SLBLONDELL Posts: 121
8/27/10 8:07 A

I'd like to be able to feed my family of 5 more healthy. Instead of the spegetti dinners and the usual chicken, vegtable or salad and potatoe. Need to change things up a bit without killing my budget doing it. Not sure what to do.

Please advise :)

Shannon

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