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What are some healthy meals to eat while trying to lose wieght ?

I am currently trying to lose weight but I need some ideas of healthy meals I could have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I am currently eating nothing for breakfast but want to eat something healthy and quick. I sometimes buy school lunch but would like to pack a healthy lunch for school. I would also like healthy snack ideas. Your help is much appreciated. Thanks!

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  2. dicloniusaura said :

    Never ever ever ever skip breakfast. If you do, it’ll make your metabolism slow down for the day and it will make it harder for your body to burn off fats.

    A good breakfast to have is one bowl of your favorite cereal every morning with either 1% or 2% milk. Depending on what cereal it is, it will provide you with enough vitamins for the morning and so on, so forth. If you like variety, vary up your cereal from day to day. That’s what I do.

    It’s a proven fact; by eating the same lunch every day, you’re bound to lose weight. It may sound boring, and dear sweet jesus, it is. But it works. Take a sandwich or lean lunch meat, cheese, lettuce, and low-fat mayo or mustard on either wheat, rye, or whole-grain bread. On the side, take a fresh fruit of your choice. For your drink, take either water or 1% or 2% milk. It’s a perfectly balanced meal! If you NEED a sweet treat, pack one peice of bite-size chocolate or candy into your lunch each day.

    Dinner can go as planned. Whatever Mom or Dad cooks up is usually fine. Just make sure not to get seconds and eat it slowly. Eating slowly helps fill you up.

    And that’s about it!

  3. ISamuel said :

    Snacks are an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Healthy snacks can help provide extra nutrients and also count towards our five a day target of fruit and vegetables. Healthy natural snacks should be eaten between meals and will help towards your health and nutrition. Nutritionists recommend that healthy snacks should contain vegetables, fruit, nuts or cereal grains. They will also cost you less than buying junk food that has little nutritional value and is bad for your health. Combining healthy snacks with a good diet and exercise leads to an improved wellbeing. The five ideas below, for healthy snacks, are suitable for everyone from school children to those at work.

    Avocado and cheese sandwich made with wholemeal bread. Avocados are a good source of vitamin E and C as well as being high in fibre and potassium. Cheese contains important levels of calcium and wholemeal bread is high in fibre.

    Dried banana chips. Dried banana chips are often fried in coconut oil and coated in honey. Bananas contain high levels of vitamin A and C. They are also rich in potassium. You can often find banana chips included in muesli. Great for a carbohydrate boost.

    Crackers and cheese. A very popular snack after dinner. Cheese is high in calcium. Crackers also come in wholemeal varieties and these are a good source of extra fibre.

    Fruit salad. You can combine any of your favourite fruits in this snack such as kiwi fruit, apples, pear, and nectarines. This snack will help you towards your five a day of fruit and vegetables.

    Hummus in pita bread. Hummus is made from dried chickpeas, garlic and sometimes tahini. Hummus contains fibre and iron; tahini is made from sesame seeds and is high in calcium.


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