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chesty leroux
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reveamping my diet

#1 Postby chesty leroux » Thu Apr 27, 2006 9:18 pm

It's time for a chance in my diet, I feel gross and toxic. Been eating alot of cheap processed food. Ugh. I want to focus more on fruits and veggies, fresh, frozen. whatever. I'm just tired of pasta and ramen and bread. Anyone have suggestions for some good whole food meals???? Breakfast and lunch and dinner I am open to suggestions. Help me out!!!!!!
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#2 Postby Rain Forrest » Fri Apr 28, 2006 12:17 am

I too have been trying to make sure I get lots of whole foods in my diet.

Some whole foods that leave me pretty satisfied and the typical meals I eat them with are..

Breakfast: Oatmeal!!

Lunch: Brown rice and beans (Ive taken a liking to garbanzo recently), with some soy sauce

Dinner: A salad (a green leafy veggie, then whatever else:: more veggies and maybe some beans, seeds, and/or nuts, oil and vinegar as desired)

Snacks and sides: Fruit, nuts, or peanut butter on whole grain bread, also veggies

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#3 Postby CollegeB » Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:15 am

Eat more bananas, organic apples, organic spinach, and cucumbers. They are all pretty easy to fit in as snacks or with meals. Almonds are good too.


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