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    Healthy diet

    What would you recommend as part of a healthy diet for a day.

    How much of healthy food do you eat and which ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratyush
    How much of healthy food do you eat and which ones.

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    hmm dont eat healty... i eat the same thign everyday.. bread and something for breakfast... rice and something wth chicken mostly for luch and for dinner roti and somthing or bread and somthing again...

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    I don't eat healthily, too much red meat, too little fresh fruit + veg..

    I do however, and fully recommend, drinking a lot of water, getting lots of fresh air and exercise..
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    every night a big salad everyday 1 apple and 1 banana orange juice in the morning....uhm..thats about it..1.5 liter water and some other stuff(juices,cola (not healthy though:P))
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    Dont have Chips every day

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    i never have chips..maybe once in 2 months max

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    Eat plenty fruit and veg, drink lots of water, and dont do what i do go a couple of days with out food
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwek
    every night a big salad
    What type of salad exactly

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    green salad some tomatoes,little bit of oli (hate dry salad) salt, peper

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    well all healthy diets involve breakfast for a start (an awful lot of people i know skip it)

    healthy breakfast: some sort of cereal without too much sugar, this means no fruit loops, coco pops or alike :P

    Morning tea: not something i usually eat, umm a cup of tea or coffee and a buiscut

    Lunch: Sandwich with either salad or meat on it (or a combo )

    afternoon tea: whatever i have cereal, milo, buiscuts, cool drink or 2

    dinner: meat and 3 veg

    desert: not too much
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    well i don't even try to eat healthily and i've not had to go to the doctor since i was 7 and nor have i missed a day a work/uni/school through illness since i was 14. Touch wood

    I generally eat cereal, sandwiches, then a hot meal. snacks in between
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    as age noted there, its important that you have 6 meals a day, the 3 main ones, with little snacks inbetween them. you can have ur normal everyday food, like chicken (just skinless), meat (fat cut off), and bread (but a max of 6 slices per day). Its important to have plenty of fruit, things like grapes and oranges are the best, drink water instead of soft drinks and go for a walk everyday (minimum 45 minutes)

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    Hard to say what a healthy meal is for every person because people have different deficiencies.

    A way to find out; mix the following:

    100g Linseeds
    100g Pumpkin seeds
    100g Sunflower seeds
    400g Oats

    Leave overnight to soaking in organic rice milk. In the morning add;

    100g Brazil nuts
    100g Blanched almonds
    75g Walnuts

    That makes a HEAP of breakfast cereal. If you eat some of that for a few mornings (that's probably at least a week's worth of breakfast) and feel like there's stuff you need to add to make it palatable, that's what you're getting too much of. For example, if you feel like you need to add sugar/honey, it's time to cut back on your sugar intake.
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