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Spongey606



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PostSubject: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptyTue Jan 05, 2010 11:14 am

Hey, ive decided on going healthy but i was wondering if you guys could give me examples of foods to stay away from and foods that are excellent!
thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptyTue Jan 05, 2010 11:57 am

eat only natural foods (fruits vegetables nuts) without heat treatment, and drink only clean water
now i eat and everything is fine
will always eat like this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raw_foodism
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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptyFri Jan 08, 2010 8:27 pm

Hello. I've been raised in a near vegan household (we eat fish) and have maintained a good diet my whole life. What you want to avoid is
-anything that was processed or made in a factory (chips, candy)
-white sugar or white flour (cakes, pastries, white bread)
-saturated fats (lard, butter, hydrogenated oils like in Jif and skippy peanut butter)
-Soda, high sugar drinks
-I am biased because I do not drink milk, so I would avoid all milk products. Subsitutes can be almont milk, rice milk, soy cheese

Stay as natural as possible. The less the food has been touched, the better it is.

Eat more carbs in the morning and less at night

Cook food with olive oil instead of butter.

Avoid eating within three hours before bed

The greener the vegetable the better
the darker or more colorful the carb source the better
Drink water and tea throughout the day

sample daily meal plan (for five meals a day)

1) Whole grain cereal or oatmeal with almond milk and assorted berries. Almonds and sunflower seeds sprinkled into cereal

2) Sunflower seed butter sandwich on whole wheat bread with no sugar added jam.

3) Workout drink

4) Salad with lean meat in it (salmon, chicken, tunafish), and fresh vegetables

5) Brown rice (or other carb cource). Lean protien source. Fresh vegetables.

Snack on nuts, seeds and fruits

Good luck!
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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptySun Jan 10, 2010 10:36 am

Batman wrote:
Hello. I've been raised in a near vegan household (we eat fish) and have maintained a good diet my whole life. What you want to avoid is
-anything that was processed or made in a factory (chips, candy)
-white sugar or white flour (cakes, pastries, white bread)
-saturated fats (lard, butter, hydrogenated oils like in Jif and skippy peanut butter)
-Soda, high sugar drinks
-I am biased because I do not drink milk, so I would avoid all milk products. Subsitutes can be almont milk, rice milk, soy cheese

Stay as natural as possible. The less the food has been touched, the better it is.

Eat more carbs in the morning and less at night

Cook food with olive oil instead of butter.

Avoid eating within three hours before bed

The greener the vegetable the better
the darker or more colorful the carb source the better
Drink water and tea throughout the day

sample daily meal plan (for five meals a day)

1) Whole grain cereal or oatmeal with almond milk and assorted berries. Almonds and sunflower seeds sprinkled into cereal

2) Sunflower seed butter sandwich on whole wheat bread with no sugar added jam.

3) Workout drink

4) Salad with lean meat in it (salmon, chicken, tunafish), and fresh vegetables

5) Brown rice (or other carb cource). Lean protien source. Fresh vegetables.

Snack on nuts, seeds and fruits

Good luck!

THATS IT YEAH!!!

Protein, protein, protein, water, water ,water, NOT MUCH SUGAR, A LOT OF CARBS IF YOU WANNA GROW, VITAMINS .. Very Happy & alot of sleep!
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Spongey606



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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptySun Jan 10, 2010 11:28 am

Thanks lads!! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptySun Jan 10, 2010 1:10 pm

Spongey606 wrote:
Thanks lads!! Smile

you're welcome mate
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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptySat Mar 06, 2010 12:40 pm

M&M's are cool too they have a nut inside of them I heard its healthy lol
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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptySat Mar 06, 2010 1:00 pm

Cottage cheese. I use it as healthy dinner or just snack between lunch and dinner.
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Reality

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PostSubject: Re: Going Healthy   Going Healthy EmptyThu Mar 11, 2010 1:10 pm

Batman wrote:
Hello. I've been raised in a near vegan household (we eat fish) and have maintained a good diet my whole life. What you want to avoid is
-anything that was processed or made in a factory (chips, candy)
-white sugar or white flour (cakes, pastries, white bread)
-saturated fats (lard, butter, hydrogenated oils like in Jif and skippy peanut butter)
-Soda, high sugar drinks
-I am biased because I do not drink milk, so I would avoid all milk products. Subsitutes can be almont milk, rice milk, soy cheese

Stay as natural as possible. The less the food has been touched, the better it is.

Eat more carbs in the morning and less at night

Cook food with olive oil instead of butter.

Avoid eating within three hours before bed

The greener the vegetable the better
the darker or more colorful the carb source the better
Drink water and tea throughout the day

sample daily meal plan (for five meals a day)

1) Whole grain cereal or oatmeal with almond milk and assorted berries. Almonds and sunflower seeds sprinkled into cereal

2) Sunflower seed butter sandwich on whole wheat bread with no sugar added jam.

3) Workout drink

4) Salad with lean meat in it (salmon, chicken, tunafish), and fresh vegetables

5) Brown rice (or other carb cource). Lean protien source. Fresh vegetables.

Snack on nuts, seeds and fruits

Good luck!
That is a great list. cheers
I would also recommend looking into purchasing organic foods that are GMO free.. Also, raw foods are essential for a healthy body, so eat as much as you can.
*GMO= Genetically Modified Organisms*
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