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Do you prefer to eat healty or just whatever tastes good to you?


Please indicate which style you prefer and if selecting healthy what do you do to make a meal healthier?

 

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Thanks for the tips.. Just a question how long did u have to study to become a nutritionist? I am considering that as well Just curious.


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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Cheese that can be a demon in our house as well. LOL great trick from the magazine thanks for sharing. I also try to have a small bite in between meals I find that I may not eat as much in between meals.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    I used to love junk however now that I am really interested in dietary and culinary I have learned to eat a lot of the foods I love in moderation and like you I also love a lot of healthy foods as well.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Thank you very much you have a great weekend as well. I have my mother in law to be has tyroid problems as well what do you do to eat a little healthier to improve the tyroid issues?

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    I admit I have my burger cravings as well. I try to avoid some processed foods especially like chicken nuggets and so on and I also tend to cook a lot of homemade foods as well.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Sometimes I also go with the taste buds you have to enjoy life from time to time after all we do only live once.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    That's awesome that you grow your own vegetables as I also have a garden myself. Good luck to you thank you for answering.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Nothing wrong with that if it's healthy and tasty then that's a double win.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    I see what your saying all though eating healthy can help to reduce risk factors for certain diseases and heart problems there is absolutely nothing wrong with eating what tastes good. I havedays where it is fried heart attack on a plate occasionaly

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Amen to that. That is very important that kids learn how to eat healthy and the consequences of not doing so. If after taking a course and passing they choose not to do so as an adult that is their informed decision.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Good for you. And extra kudos to you for taking the time to teach your Grandkids how to eat healthy. If they grow up used to eating right then hopefully they may continue into their adult yrs. I also feel they should have a required class in school.

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    Dorothy Cooper (dorothy0328) 4 years ago

    Well I don't go without my meat but I am a vegetable lover. Good luck with the verticle garden.

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    Nadia Archuleta (nArchuleta) 4 years ago

    I have successfully made a (half) whole-wheat crust, too. It's a pain b.c. it needs to rest over night. But it was good.


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