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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Turns Healthy!

* Read Labels - While counting calories is important, when limiting fat intake, its the figures of fat that you need to focus on. Examine the ingredients as well to verify any "zero fat" claims.

* Hassle Yourself - When it comes to food, easy isn't always best. Bake instead of fry. Cook instead of buy. You'll save on money and fat intake too - doing so.

* Don't Deprive Yourself - Go for the lesser instead. Chicken breast instead of everything else. Vegetable oil instead of everything else. Sirloin instead of prime rib, etc.

* Be In The Know - With information at your fingertips, there is no reason to not know. Knowing they say, is half the battle.

* Exercise - At least 30 minutes of walking thrice a week. should do you good. You don't need to enroll in a gym. Play a sport and get busy!

2 comments:

doi said...

i wish i can do all of this...*sigh*

Meryl said...

these past few days my hubby and i were eating fatty foods....now, i have to exercise and follow these tips.. nice post..

have a blessed day.

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