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A great tip I follow is to never eat any meals infront of the tv. If you are concentrating on the tube you miss the classic signs of being full. More people over eat while infront of the television rather then at the dinner table. Proven fact
The more real food I eat the less I want that comes in a box or carton or can, and the better I feel! Real food comes from trees and chickens, the ocean and rivers, from vines and shrubs and other plants. And the less processed the better.
eat veggie soup add broccoli and leafy greens to it and there is 3 veggie servings in one, add a side of berries (4) Have an apple with breakfast (5) Try quinoa and shelled edamame with spinach or turnip greens all mixed together (7)
Cut up your brown bananas and freeze them for smoothies. Blended with frozen berries and a little soy milk, they make soy shakes!
Green beans are my go-to vegetable. I keep a case of canned green beans in my pantry for times when I'm out of fresh veggies or when I'm too tired to prep dinner.
I brought a set of ice tea glasses 24 oz each ( approx 3 cups) using a straw I drink a glass first thing in the morning while making coffee and 1 glass before each meal. without even really trying I get in at least 12 cups of water daily. These are my water glasses and only I use them
William Morris the artist said, “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.”
I eat within my calorie range but stick to the food equivalent:: "Put nothing in your mouth that you do not know to be nutritious, or believe to be absolutely delicious....
My two secrets for drinking eight glasses of water:
1. If you take daily medication, drink a glass with each pill you take.
2. Buy a large glass. Mine holds three cups of water. After only two meals, I already have drank six glasses of water.
I eat cucumber chips instead of potato chips. Fills me up a little more, satisfies that munchy, crunchy crave and might even cost a little less!
NEVER shop for food when you are hungry OR when you are stuffed. Shop around the perimeter of the store, that's where most of the fresh food is found, and avoid the middle aisles where you find the processed stuff. Try one new fruit or vegetable every week.