Veggies and fruits diet plan
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Yes, you need to eat more fruits and veggies, but which ones?
Sure, we all know the basic nutrition rules when it comes to safeguarding our health and losing weight. In the words of best-selling nutrition writer Michael Pollan, "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." Sounds simple, but if you're interested in maximizing the amount of nutrients you get, you may want to be a little choosy when selecting among various options in each food group. Some fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy products stand out as nutritional superstars, according to the latest research. And they're also easy on the calorie count to help you shed pounds. Consider incorporating these foods into your daily meal plan.
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Need a diet/exercise plan for junk loving male2007-05-31 20:14:21 by PeppersMom
My husband's asthma has been bothering him and now he is using 4 inhalers a month.
The doctor told him he needs to go on a diet.
he is 5 foot 11 and 270 pounds.
About 90 pounds over weight.
he has weighed 270 pounds for the last 2 years.
He has a very active job. he works at a pressroom for a local newspaper. So he is on his feet for 9 hours a day and does a lot of running. he works third shift.
I can not cook many meals because he is a picky eater.
he wants a diet with no veggies, but is willing to eat some fruits (grapes)
he is addicted to junk food and cranberry "juice"