Frienz, whats the healthiest meal..

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  1. nikki1 profile image57
    nikki1posted 8 years ago

    Thoughts.. And, how can u all make it even healthier?

    1. ediggity profile image60
      ediggityposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      High protein, low fat, natural carbs, no refined sugar, and lots of vegetables.

    2. kverdasmith profile image60
      kverdasmithposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Fresh organic unrefined foods are the healthiest. Raw as much as possible. The same percentage of water in our bodies is the same ratio as the earth. 70% water...we need to consume more water and water based plants.

  2. Misha profile image72
    Mishaposted 8 years ago

    Let me guess... babies? wink

    1. blondepoet profile image67
      blondepoetposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      LMAO how can babies be a meal Misha? Perhaps you mean jelly babies...

  3. Weight Training profile image52
    Weight Trainingposted 8 years ago

    A Mediterranean dish such as Spaghetti bolognese with wheat noodles, plenty of tomatoes, garlic, onions, broccoli and olive oil. Accompanied by a nice glass of red wine and a fruit salad with apple, blueberries, cranberries and orange for dessert.

    This combination contains many super foods that are packed with nutritional and health benefits.

    Bon Appetit

    1. sooner than later profile image56
      sooner than laterposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      that sounds good actually.

  4. sooner than later profile image56
    sooner than laterposted 8 years ago

    I'm sure you have heard this before- but raw vegies are the best thing you can eat.

    I juice some of mine- I still have to choke some of them down though.

  5. Wonder_Woman profile image50
    Wonder_Womanposted 8 years ago

    im getting hungry... i love salads with spinach, blue cheese, walnuts, apples, and grapes with a Raspberry Vinaigrette . YUM!

  6. Ron Montgomery profile image60
    Ron Montgomeryposted 8 years ago

    According to God, bread prepared using this aromatic fuel is the ultimate meal.  (ezekiel 4:12)

    Who are we to argue?

  7. edguider profile image64
    edguiderposted 8 years ago

    Low fat meals and lots of veggies. Try staying away from refined sugar as well!!!!!!

    1. Ron Montgomery profile image60
      Ron Montgomeryposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Veggies without fat are pretty useless.  Many of the vitamins are fat soluble and are thus passed through your body whithout benefit if eaten without fat.

      1. profile image41
        tangyhokieposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        There are only 4 fat soluble vitamins....if youeat ANY type of fat along with a meal, you will be able to absorb those vitamins.  You also don't need as much of those in your diet because your body can store them for longer periods of time in your bdy fat.....so please continue to consider fat free vegetables and non-starchy vegetables (not potatoes, corn, peas ect)

  8. profile image0
    zampanoposted 8 years ago

    A nice piece of cod fish.
    Some cabbage, carrots and potatoes.
    Some garlic & olive oil about all that.
    Salt & pepper.
    A good red wine.

    Some exercice after two hours
    you pick whatever suits you...
    and you are brand new!

  9. SmartSugars profile image52
    SmartSugarsposted 8 years ago

    The healthiest way to eat is Low GI, this places less  stress on your pancreas too. It means you stay full longer and some of the best low GI fruits ie. berries are high in antioxidants. The basics of low GI? Lots of fresh foods and cut out all that processed stuff! Of course it can't hurt to take a great plant based multivitamin these days as the nutritional quality of alot of our fruits and veges is relatively poor due to our farming methods. Why plant based? Because the body recognises this as food and absorbs all the vitamins and minerals.

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    Michelle Grooveposted 8 years ago

    I found an interest argument some time ago based mainly on the Japanese way of eating, but which could take from many cultures. It's that of variety. The more varied your diet, the more likely you will end up consuming all the nutrients you need. But as well as that, our bodies seem to like having that variety. Of course, most of what the other posters have said apply as well - lower fat, good fats, low GI etc etc. But rather than finding just a few ideal "healthy" meal combinations and sticking to them, try to mix it up a little as well - don't they say variety is the spice of life. And a little olive oil on your vegies can never hurt and tastes greaat!!

  11. yoshi97 profile image64
    yoshi97posted 8 years ago

    Crusaders (if you're a dragon). Stay away from the plump ones though, as too much fat in one's diet is not good. wink

  12. blondepoet profile image67
    blondepoetposted 8 years ago

    Sushi is pretty darn good.....

  13. dustin56 profile image59
    dustin56posted 8 years ago

    Hi, when it comes to "the healthiest meal" its all about perception. It could be weight loss, weight gain, you could have a different fitness level, heck even the time of day determines this. For instance, one of the comments here mention a pasta dish. That would be great, if you are carb packing, building muscle and its before five at night. I write articles on healthy eating, nutrition, fitness, and exercise, if you are interested you should give them a read, but for now i would say your healthiest over all meal must incorporate leafy fibrous carbs and multiple veggies to get the high micro nutrient levels (vitamins and minerals) and you need poly/mono unsaturated fats and of course high protein. So i would recommend 2 and a half cups of spinach or romaine lettuce with 4-6 ounces of skinless chicken breast, 15-20 sliced almonds, and a mix of cucumber, carrots, and peppers. As a health kick bonus you could throw in half a clove of garlic chopped and even a few ounces of avocado. Have this with a big glass of WATER!! Heck you might be stuffed by the end, you might even feel that you ate too much and you'll gain weight, but trust me, your metabolism will be as high a seven year old kid that can't sit still and you will nearly watch the fat melt off not to mention maintain sleek and sexy muscle structure.

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    Ruby Hamiltonposted 8 years ago

    This is what I eat all the time breakfast, lunch, and dinner
      ready-fruits that not high in sugar,vegetables that not high
      in starch all kinds of fresh and dry herbs, juices no soda
      plenty lemon and water in bottles no plastic and vitamins A,
      C etc-- oh yell have a yogurt ever now and then
      there you go,and have a healthy life and a healthy meal

  15. Oldskool903 profile image75
    Oldskool903posted 8 years ago

    A Perfect Dish

    A 3 ounce piece of Smoked Salmon
    Brown Rice
    Broccoli
    Spinach

    Then end the meal with 3/4 of a cup of plain yogurt and an apple for dessert

 
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