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scriptlove asked:

29 Mar 2011

Eating healthy..

Im trying to eat better is this food intake ok? Im 17 , 5'4 and play football once a week and started going to the gym 3days a week this week I was just wondering is this a good healthy food day? As im in still in school from 9am to 4pm i try to keep it healthy!

8am - Porridge and Berocca Boost.

11am - A slice of brown bread with butter or sometimes a yogurt with an apple

1pm - A wrap with mayonnaise,cheese, tomato, lettuce or along the lines of that

4pm - Green Tea with a yogurt/brown bread and salmon/cheerios

6pm- A healthy dinner

7pm - 10.30pm - I try not to eat after 7 but i get real cravings for chocolate at around half 8! Any snacks that would be healthy around this time if im really peckish that would take away my cravings?

I drink one litre of water from 9am to 4pm! And drink about 2 cups of green tea!

Okay thats my daily food intake! Anything i need to change? or any ideas? Like not eat at 11am or change my lunch please share you ideas thanks :)



ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 29 Mar 2011

Well you sure eat a lot healthier then me! (: It all looks pretty fine to me...if you want a change I can suggest to you a couple of things to for the wrap at 1 pm, I wouldn't go with mayo it's really high in fat. You can research healthy substitutes for mayo...even miracle whip is a tad bit less fatty then mayo. And the lettuce on the wrap….lettuce really has no nutritional value to it, you can substitute the lettuce for green leafy spinach…spinach has a lot more nutritional value. For your late night craving you can try apples and peanut butter or dark chocolate (dark chocolate is actually healthy as long as you don’t eat it like crazy, a couple pieces a day should be okay). You can…again…replace the butter with peanut butter at times….You could also start eating beans, brown rice, avocados, carrots, etc. There are a ton of fruits and veggies to add to your diet also. (: And a little bit of low-fat milk here and there would be good…if you play football once a week you need that calcium.


rawrygawrgrrr says:

Posted on 30 Mar 2011

you eat really healthy:) anyways, i cant think of anything you should change


scriptlove says:

Posted on 30 Mar 2011

Thanks a million.. there great tips thank youu again :D


scriptlove says:

Posted on 30 Mar 2011

Haha yeah thats all new.. i try to eat healthy! Thanks :)


ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 30 Mar 2011

No problemo! Anytime (:

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