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I understand folks that dig red beans and rice. I wish I did. I just don't enjoy beans (other than green beans).
Oats/oatmeal = cardboard
Why can't you eat shit that tastes good and have it be healthy?
Probably more towards the healthier, sustainable diet at this point. I'm probably 5-8 pounds above my "ideal" weight but I think if I just in general ate healthier that would adjust on its own. My bigger concern is that I’m getting like 300% of my daily amount of sodium and eating just other foods that I’m sure are terrible for me and I need to find some alternatives.
Also re: the alcohol comments, my goal for 2013 was to develop a taste for wine. I’m starting to like it more but I really don’t know what I’m ordering and always get made fun of because I order white wine which I guess is more feminine.
only get bowls at Chipotle and skip the sour cream and cheese.
Ask for a half portion of brown rice and now you're talking. Add some guac and baby, you got a stew going.
LOL U PUSSY
Actually the popular belief among super wine snobs is that the progression of wine drinking ends at aged dry whites.
If you like riesling though you and raise can go snuggle up together somewhere.
...I think I would like my money back
Never had riesling before but if it means I get to snuggle with raise I'll have to try it
If you're worried about sodium, definitely kill the frozen dinner routine. Pretty much all of those frozen meals are loaded with sodium.
Re: wine...I certainly wouldn't let society's dumb views of gender dictate what does or doesn't taste good to you.
Yeah, that's what I thought. I just wanted to clarify because some of the advice you are getting is geared towards weight loss and not necessarily becoming healthier.
I mean, I absolutely agree that putting everything into Fitday is by far the best thing that you can do if you are trying to lose weight, but usually micro-managing calories isn't something that most people do perpetually.
come to the wine thread and we'll fix you right up, I don't want to pollute this thread.
There's nothing wrong with liking white wine if you are a woman.
Cottage cheese with strawberries
OP, try shopping on only the outer ring of the grocery store: produce, deli, seafood, butcher, dairy. All the processed junk stuff is in the middle aisles. Cooking chicken and a side of veggies and/or rice is a snap, even on a weeknight when you don't have a lot of energy or time. And maybe look at buying a slow cooker. You can buy a cheap cut of steak, cut up some veggies, pour in some broth and when you get home from work, you have a tasty and healthy meal waiting for you. (Plus lots of leftovers.)
How healthy is a Chipotle bowl with chicken, brown rice, veggies, tomato salsa and corn? Obviously, their nutrition calculator says it's like 450 calories. But just because something is 450 calories doesn't mean it's an acceptable option. Once a week for lunch, though?
This may destroy toogs but turkey bacon is great for a fit guy looking to stay healthy. Turkey bacon with an egg white omelet is a great pre-workout breakfast.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
sure, but it's gross. Nothing wrong with regular bacon and a whole egg. Properly sourced these are nutrient dense and full of good fats. Fit guys don't need to worry about these calories. lowfat != healthy
its that low? Last time i looked the corn salsa was the worst thing on the menu
As other have said, cut down or eliminate soda. Try to find alternatives to chips/cookies and quick microwavable foods. I have gotten adicted to cinnamon applesauce and chocolate milk as replacements for my snacks.
Pizza and beer, duh.
It says 470 calories even with the corn. It's actually 390 calories without it - if their nutrition calculator is accurate. Take out the guac, cheese and sour cream and Chipotle really doesn't seem that bad. The sodium's probably out of control, I guess.
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They must have changed their corn recipe from the chart I have, thanks.
You're gonna be shit out of luck once you get to the home, Pops.
Seriously, it's easy to make red beans and rice taste good. Add tomatoes, adobo, hot sauce, etc.
Same goes for oatmeal. I like brown sugar, a teaspoon of real maple syrup, and a dash of cream.
Not low calorie but healthier than better for you than Honey Smacks.
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