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Nutrition & Diet

  •  BJVerde

    It is only our third day and I am already finding some things easier. My husband says he thinks this system of 6 meals a day may work for him. For right now we are sticking with the menus you provided. I will let you know once we finish our first week if I need some help tweaking this. We donĀ“t live where there is a Whole Foods Market or Trader Joes.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, BJVerde. Yes, it does get easier as you find ways to cut time during preparation, or even make meals ahead and refrigerate or freeze them for later reheating and use. Note that you can repeat meals and even entire days as often as you like. More importantly, you can swap foods in your menus for ones that are quicker to prepare. How have you been eating up to now? Have you been using readymade foods? There can be a balance there, too. There are better readymade items, especially if you shop at health-oriented stores like Whole Foods Market or Trader Joes. Let me know if you would like more guidance with this.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Cayden2014. Yes, and you can see this in your menus. If you are interested in that information by food group, just click on the "Exchange View" button above your menu, and you will see the portion numbers allotted to you. If you would like more information about this, please let me know.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Cherubeyes. Non-starchy vegetables are a great addition to a meal to stave off hunger. The best "pudding" option is a small portion of yogurt - it is important to select plain yogurt, then sweeten it yourself with a high-quality no-carb option like Stevia and/or erythritol, then flavor it with vanilla or another extract of your choice. This way you get the benefits without the tons of harmful sugar.

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