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What are some healthy foods to eat for a teenage girl?

I have my routine planned out but now I need to know what to eat. At school I’ve only been eating salads. I usually don’t have time for breakfast and I after school when I get home I usually eat a salad.
Could you tell me what’s healthy to eat for breakfast, lunch, and snacks?

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8 Responses to “What are some healthy foods to eat for a teenage girl?”

  1. [[: said:

    Breakfast-grain oatmeal,special K bars or cereal,fruit.
    Snacks-carrots,SunChips.
    hope i helped:)

  2. Vicki C said:

    Fruits, veggies, low fat yogurt, cottage cheese, rice cakes

  3. Geswin said:

    shrimp with cabbage ( lunch) , lotus bun breakfast& sky flakes for snack

  4. Winston Smith said:

    Im assuming you are trying to lose weight, well what you want is a combination of carbs, proteins, and fats (healthy fats)

    Carbohydrates: oatmeal, apples (+all fruits/vegetables), berries, whole wheat grains, breads, pastas …
    Proteins: eggs, chicken, beans, fish (carbs too)….
    Fats: nuts, fish, fish-oil,

    Overall Healthy: milk/ yogurt (have all three)

    So if you are trying to lose weight you should check out some of the tips i used to lose around 30 pounds in a few months

    (heres the 1st 2) the rest are in my squidoo page (linked below)

    1. The first thing i did is every morning after waking up i would
    drink about 1 liter of water before eating anything. This made me
    more energized through out the day and helped me lose excess weight. In
    the beginning i had a little trouble drinking 1 liter, because it seemed
    like a lot of water. However, I got used to it in 3-4 days. But
    Remember you should drink 1 liter before you eat anything!
    2. After that i would eat breakfast (these foods were breakfasts for
    me) , eggs, bannana, yogurt, apple, (any other fruits or vegetables),
    and nuts ect….. (Just try to have 1 or half of a healthy item (like
    1/2 an apple) and you can eat whatever for breakfast (just avoid
    Super sugary foods).. Glass of milk with chocolate syrup is fine as long as
    not too much syrup

  5. Leanna said:

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  6. Mahogany Ophelia said:

    Bleck. With you on the school thing, my school pretty much only offers cheesy pizzas, burgers, pasta bowls and other fatty foods.

    BREAKFAST
    1 piece fruit and 1/2 cup cereal
    1/2 cup oatmeal and yogurt
    1 piece fruit and 1 piece toast w/peanutbutter
    1 egg (cooked w/out oils or cheese) and 1 cup milk

    LUNCH
    1 light sandwich (such as sliced turkey and lettuce on whole grain bread) and 1 piece fruit
    1 medium salad (grilled chicken with lettuce), vinegar-based dressing
    1 serving meat (such as grilled chicken) and 1/2 cup veggies
    1 piece fruit, 2 pieces toast w/peanut butter, 1 cup milk

    DINNER
    1 serving grain (pasta/rice, whole grain) and veggies
    1 serving meat, 1 small serving cheese, veggies
    Fruit medley (sliced apples, grapes, pears, bananas, orange) and cubed cooked chicken (I love this meal!)
    1 medium sandwich (such as lean meat burger or grilled chicken with veggies on top, whole grain bun/bread) and 1 piece fruit

  7. Alab Nox Gbur Hru said:

    First thing you need is a nutrient dense food in the morning or upon waking. Yogurt fits the bill. Great source of calcium and probiotics(digestive health). Fruit like oranges or apples. These are great to eat on the go. Whole grain granola bars are great any time. Don’t forget water throughout the day. It removes toxins and keeps the skin clear. One last choice is a protein drink whey or soy.

  8. Megan said:

    Blueberries 🙂




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