What are some healthy meals i can eat to help me lose weight?

What are some healthy breakfast sishes, lunch dishes and snacks that can help me lose weight? What are some healthy meat dishes for the following meats:

Chicken, Fish, Pork, Shrimp and maybe beef if it is good to eat when trying to lose weight and what kind of meals can i use ground turkey?

thank you i am desperatley trying to lose some weight and i do excersize at least an hour a day
is pretzels and popcorn a good snack when trying to lose weight?

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4 Responses to “What are some healthy meals i can eat to help me lose weight?”

  1. happyjello said:

    TRY THIS, and stick to it.

    the first 3-4 weeks are the hardest until your boy adjusts to the change.
    Results will be in about the same time

    Fruits and Veggies

    Eat more plants and keep away from stuff that was made in plants.
    don’t eat anything that comes in a can, box or package…THEY HAVE ADDITIVES IN THEM THAT MAKE YOU ADDICTED TO THE FOOD

    Stay away from FAST FOOD

    Don’t think of it as a diet, but think of it as a lifestyle change

    I have lost 25.5 pounds in 2 months, drink lots of water. I usually eat a meal of what ever I want once a week….controlled portion….this really works………

    Write down every thing you eat

  2. momoftwo said:

    My first suggestion is to take it easy on yourself. Don’t change your diet right away. You need to think about portion control. To help with this, you should get smaller plates and once the food on your plate is gone, don’t get more. That way you get the yummy foods you’re used to eating but eating less.

    Instead of drinking soda, milk or juice with every meal, take a multi-vitamin and drink at least one 8 oz glass of water with every meal.

    Just by doing this I went from a size 8 to a size 4 in about 5 months.

  3. JS said:

    For breakfast I usually eat Cheerio’s or Chex Mix with Skim Milk or Vanilla Soy Milk with a banana

    or

    Strawberry & Banana Milk Shake (serves 2)
    1 Banana (frozen is best)
    1 1/2 cup Skim Milk (or Soy Milk)
    1 cup frozen strawberries
    1 tbsp cold pressed organic flax seed oil
    Assemble blender and ensure glass base is secure. Add 1 cup of milk, banana, strawberries, and oil. Cover securely and blend on high 45 seconds.

    For Dinner

    I bake chicken breasts with sliced potatoes and carrots wrapped in tin foil for an hour at 350. I season it with pre-made chicken seasoning spices without msg. I add pepper and paprika.

    I cook broccoli and cauliflower in the microwave with olive oil and Mrs Dash. It’s good and healthy!

    Good cookbooks>>> Eat This Not That and Deceptively Delicious

    Here’s what I am living by…

    *I’m not a doctor or an expert but this is what I learned in a nutrition class. Always consult your doctor for your specific needs!

    For overall good health

    Do not smoke

    Beware of saturated fats like red meat. Eat more chicken and fish.

    Don’t eat hydrogenated fats like margarine

    Eat monounsaturated fats as it lowers your LDL cholesterol and raises HDL (good) cholesterol
    Eat olive oil, nuts, olives, avocado, dark chocolate

    Eat polyunsaturated fats
    Eat fish, soybeans, whole grain wheat, bananas, canola oil. Freshwater fish are not as healthy. Wild caught usually are healthier.

    Exercise helps fight visceral fat and so does eating olive oil. This type of fat can cause disease and is around your organs. (this is very dangerous belly fat)

    Fiber should be 25-50g per day

    Soy Protein 25-35g per day

    Cholesterol should be less than 300mg per day
    (one egg yolk contains 230mg)

    Sodium less than 3000mg per day

    Fruits and Veggies 5-9 colorful servings. Usually the more color the healthier

    Inflammation is caused by sugar, white flour, saturated fats, and hydrogenated fats. Keep your heart safe and eat healthy.

    Keep a food diary to calculate fat, cholesterol, etc.

    I believe pretzels are good but watch your salt intake. Popcorn is healthy but get without the butter.

  4. slick said:

    To lose weight (fat), include more fibrous slow digesting carbs, as opp. to the fast digesting ones.

    No white breads, fast foods, sodas (not even diet) no ketchups, sugar, only skim milk, not 2%, skim and whole grain non sweet (sugary) cereal, whole wheat bread, maybe buy some soy or whey protein.

    Include lean meats like ham, and other sources of protein. Avoid red meats. Take a multivitamin, calcium and vitamin d every 2 days, one or two V8s a day (or every other day).

    Don’t starve, eat small healthy meals. A lot of small meals opposed to a few bigger ones– make sure is has at least 8-10 or more g of protein, not too much protein because the body can only digest a certain amount at a time; and avoid too many fruits, carbs and sugars. Fibrous veggies, greens (no starches or potatoes) are good, and no BBQ sauce (unless used sparingly) and not too much (if any) salad dressing.

    Before bed (2 hrs), eat something with protein, don’t
    eat many carbs before bed. Eat some of that good cereal in the morning, you need quality carbs, just not too much, and the slow digesting ones.

    Do slow crunches until you can not do anymore, jog stairs (be safe though), warm up first and do sprints, short bursts of intense activity is very effective compared to long weak activity, just don’t over do it. Also include some slow but long endurance jogging. Be active!

    Jog stairs ;and also do some lunges until it burns, do this every day or 2 days, keep going and don’t give up, same with eating, you need some fat, so one or two fish oils daily.

    Eat fish (not fried, be careful, very careful for bones) Peanut butter on whole wheat (no jelly), which has protein, and don’t worry about the fat in that. Avocados, has fat, good fat; eat it when your hunger cravings get you.

    When you do crunches, also twist on some to work your sides, keep tension on your abs.

    Need more info, go to http://www.bodybuilding.com




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