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  • 1. Eating Healthy

2. MENU Tips What NOT to eat Delicious recipes Healthy snacks What the experts think Schedule 3. Tips -Simplify. Instead of being overly concerned with counting calories or measuring portion sizes, think of your diet in terms of color, variety, and freshness. -Start slow and make changes to your eating habits over time. As your small changes become habit, you can continue to add more healthy choices to your diet.-Every change you make to improve your diet matters. The long term goal is to feel good, have more energy, and reduce the risk of cancer and disease. 4. What NOT to eat Fried foodsPuddingsCookiesFast FoodsCorn syrupIce creamTable sugarCakeCakesPlain JamPiesSalted or Smoked nutsBreads & Pastas made with white flourChocolate FudgeSoda pop, such as Coke, Pepsi, Mountain Dew, etc.All deserts (even the Sahara) Did I mention Desserts?CandyToffeeAll baked goods made with white flourGumsCanned fruits w/added sugarArtificial sweeteners like Nutrasweet, Equal, Sweet N Low, Sweet Twin, Sugar Twin, Splenda, Sunett & Sweet OneMint SweetsLiquoriceAlcohol can slow your metabolism down by 73% Potato chipsSweet Pickles Buttered or Flavored PopcornMost bottled green teas have more ingredients in it to help you gain weight than the actual green tea itself to help you lose weight. 5. Delicious Recipes Oven-Fried Beef Taquitos-This healthy beef taquitos recipe calls for baking instead of deep-frying, making the taquitos substantially healthier than what youd get at a restaurant. One order of these little deep-fried, rolled-up tacos at a restaurant can set you back almost 1,000 calories and 60 grams of fat! Dont worry if some of the taquitos crack open while bakingtheyre still crispy and delicious. Serve with your favorite salsa, guacamole and reduced-fat sour cream. 6. Healthy Snacks Craving salty?Craving sweet?5 olives (any kind) (45 calories)1 small Martin's pretzel (50 calories)1 package Original Apple Nature Valley Fruit Crisps (50 calories)2 oz Applegate Honey and Maple Turkey Breast wrapped around 2 bread-and-butter pickles (80 calories)1 packet O'Coco's Mocha cookies calories)1 Jelly Belly 100-calorie pack (100 calories)One 100-calorie pack Trader Joe's Chocolate Graham Toucan Cookies (100 calories)(901/4 cup hummus, 3 carrot sticks (80 calories)1 Laughing Cow Light Swiss Original wedge, 3 pieces Kavli Crispy Thin (85 calories) One 1-oz package tuna jerky (90 calories)1 oz buffalo mozzarella, 1/2 cup cherry or grape tomatoes (94 calories)1 Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino bar (120 calories)1 bag Baked! Cheetos 100 Calorie Mini Bites (100 calories)1 package Back to Nature Honey Graham Sticks (120 calories)1/2 banana rolled in 1 tbsp frozen semisweet chocolate chips (123 calories)One 100-calorie Balance Bar(100 calories) 7. What the Experts Think Never Go More Than 3-4 Hours Without Food. Eat More Whole Foods. Don't Give Up Your Favorite Foods. Avoid Late-Night Feasting. Weigh In Regularly. Layer Fruit on the Bottom Exercise for Health, Not So You Can Eat More. Get Enough Rest. Have Realistic Expectations. Size Matters. 8. Schedule Did you know that when and how we eat makes a huge difference? Eating at the appropriate times throughout the day will help to maximize fat burning and keep hunger at bay. Aim to eat every 3 to 4 hours. Eat within 1 hour of rising. Never eat within 3 hours of bedtime. If you must eat before bed, eat something light. Start the day with protein. Always eat within 45 minutes of finishing your workout. Focus on your food. Eat protein first. Drink alcohol last. 9. References 10. Image References 11. Made by: Mariana Graff G51 A01250455 Introduccin a las tecnologas de la informacin.