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June 23rd, 2010, 10:49 AM
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what are the foods that are a must in your pantry when you are dieting or eating healthy

mine are:

rosemary and olive oil triscuits
mini babybel light cheese 1 ww point
vegetable soup for filling low cal snack
no pudge brownies
smart ones breakfast sandwiches
bruschetta
diet cream soda for a sweet treat
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June 23rd, 2010, 11:26 AM
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I LOVE fruit!!! Any kind but melons, I'm not a big melon fan! I also love to snack on fat free pretzels and reduced fat wheat thins. And for breakfast Special K cereal...yum!!! w/ fruit in it of course!

I'm trying to make myself like vegetables more and eat more of them!! Doing pretty good so far!
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June 23rd, 2010, 11:31 AM
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I'm also a big fan of fruit and cereal!! Since it's summer it should be easier for me to eat more fruits and veggies. Also I love making different types of turkey burgers...I just did one with jalapenos, pepper jack and salsa...mmm. (and yes i consider that health food...haha)
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June 23rd, 2010, 11:44 AM
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Oh I think I could go for days on this thread....and I'm sure I'll be hungry when I'm done! Some of my absolute musts are:

Hummus
Wheat-free Tamari
Carrots
Corn Tortillas
Avocados
Some kind of berry
Salmon
Chex Cereal
Almond Milk (dairy free and only 60 calories/serving)
Brown Jasmine Rice
Lentils
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June 23rd, 2010, 02:10 PM
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Honestly pretty much everything in my house is low-calorie, lowfat, fatfree, or sugar free. Sugarfree is actually better than fat free because sugar makes you fat, not fat. And fatfree foods have MORE sugar to make it taste better.

Anyways, here's my list:
Veggies, mostly carrots, cauliflower and broccoli

Fruits, mainly berries and melon

Lowfat/sugarfree fudge popcicles

Sugarfree jello snacks

Tuna and chicken

Nuts, hazelnuts, macadamia and brazilian and almonds

Almond butter

100 calorie bagels

Healthy Choice meals



-I also rid my house of potatoes and anything that needs to be fried or is "breaded"

Honestly pretty much everything in my house is low-calorie, lowfat, fatfree, or sugar free. Sugarfree is actually better than fat free because sugar makes you fat, not fat. And fatfree foods have MORE sugar to make it taste better.

Anyways, here's my list:
Veggies, mostly carrots, cauliflower and broccoli

Fruits, mainly berries and melon

Lowfat/sugarfree fudge popcicles

Sugarfree jello snacks

Tuna and chicken

Nuts, hazelnuts, macadamia and brazilian and almonds

Almond butter

100 calorie bagels

Healthy Choice meals



-I also rid my house of potatoes and anything that needs to be fried or is "breaded"


Forgot------yogurt is a must too!
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June 23rd, 2010, 02:42 PM
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I also buy alot of fatfree, lowfat, and sugar-free foods.

Some of my favriote healthy/lowfat foods are;
Cashews and almonds
No-sugar added apple sauce
sugar-free jello and pudding
Fatfree string cheese
Broccoli, red potatos, carrots, squash, Spinach (used for salads too), avocado,
Corn totillas
sugar-free popsicles
Tuna in water
Wheat bread for toast in the morning
All Bran cereal and multigrain cheerios
tilapia, chicken breast, salmon, ground turkey meat (we always put these in the cart)
100 calorie popcorn bags (98% fatfree)
Love Smart Balance butter spread and BF loves the Smart Balance peanut butter
Sugarfree Jam
I always try to get the Baked lays chips if i want to cheat
Brown rice
Skim milk ( A MUST have in our home all the time)
Skinny Cow Icecream sandwiches
My favriote Twizzlers!-
Diet coke ( Im trying to limit it to one 24 case a month...SIKE!! HAHA)
Okay let me stop or I'll give you my whole grocery list, heehee
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June 23rd, 2010, 03:02 PM
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My house is always stocked with fresh fruit, veggies, nonfat milk, steel cut oatmeal, brown rice, and organic yogurt.
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June 24th, 2010, 11:33 AM
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Turkey or chicken burgers
any fruit
not a big veggie fan but trying to eat some
tomatoes
avocado
low fat ricotta cheese
whole wheat pastas and breads
brown rice
cottage cheese
yogurt
egg white omelettes
oatmeal
granola bars
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June 26th, 2010, 04:51 AM
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i know this might sound a little strange..
but i swear by mangoes !
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June 26th, 2010, 05:04 AM
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I love apples and bananas
peanut butter - n ot low fat but a good source of protein
Edy's fruit popscicles
cereal and milk
Steamers bagged frozen veggies
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