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RACHELLELP
Posts: 361
7/19/12 4:01 P

One suggestion I have is to visit SavingDinner.com - Leanne Ely has put this site together with menus, recipes and matching shopping lists. Another idea I've had and used it to make a list of my favorite entrees. Turn the list into a grid to include side dishes. Then it will be easier to incorporate a variety of foods.

BBQ chicken -- baked potato
Teriyaki tuna -- brown rice
Beef fajitas -- left over potato or rice, salad with avocado

Good luck!
Rachelle



ANSWRGAL
SparkPoints: (7,117)
Fitness Minutes: (3,513)
Posts: 41
7/17/12 5:00 P

This is an area where I struggled too. One thing I do now is to eat the same breakfast most days. Just one serving of high fiber "O"s cereal and plain european style yogurt. Yes, sometimes I will make a veggie omelet but this did make one portion of my week a bit easier.

Good luck!



SP_COACH_NANCY
SparkPoints: (158,833)
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Posts: 46,222
7/17/12 11:14 A

Hi SOMKHE,

Below is a link to a SparkPeople article on this topic. You can also locate similar topics below this article to help you plan health meals.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=1485


I hope this helps!

Coach Nancy



SOMKHE
SparkPoints: (7,352)
Fitness Minutes: (1,089)
Posts: 150
7/17/12 9:22 A

Hi, I am in desperate need of help. I'm trying to plan my meals for the week, but am having a hard trouble doing so. Any tips as to where I should start, or complete meal ideas that pack a lot of flavor but not a lot of calories? Thank you!! :D



 
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