Always On The Go


 Summary:

Small portions.

1.) Almond milk, brewed no sugar teas, lots of water.

2.) Granola or oatmeal with mixed fruits.

3.) Homemade vegetable soups.

4.) Low fat proteins. Half a chicken breast, chunked chicken on salads, fish (watch those portions).

5.) Dark leafy green salads, mixed veggies, low fat vinaigrette dressings and few toppings (almonds, couple of croutons).

6.) Carrot and cucumber snacks with low fat ranch dips. Hot sauce! Salsa OK. Small amounts of whole grain tortilla chips. Moderate portions!

(kmesiab's food tips)

 Foods you can have

Breads, Grains, Cereals, Pasta, Rice
Meat and Fish
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Vegetables and Legumes (e.g. Beans)
Dairy Products - Milk, Cheese, etc
Eggs and Egg Substitutes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Herbs, Spices, Sauces
Beverages
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc

Not OK
Unfavorable
Moderation
OK
Favorable

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 How To Follow Always On The Go:

Prepare your meals according to the description.

Tips:

1.) Breakfast:

Half a bowl of oatmeal, or granola. Half a cup of almond milk. Dice up half a banana, or three strawberries, or a few blueberries.

2.) Fast Salad:

Chop yellow and orange bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, radish and splash with lemons (preservative). Scoop that into a Tupperware bowl.

To make a super fast salad, grab a bowl, throw in some dark leafy greens, spoon in some veggies from your Tupperware, six or so croutons and splash with a small amount of low fat dressings.

If you go easy on the dressing and no croutons, eat as much salad as you like. All day!

3.) Dinners:

Fish: Salmon baked in tinfoil w/ lemon slices. Salt, herbs and/or soy sauce for extra flavor.

Chicken: Brine your chicken breast (sit overnight in salt water). Bake inside tinfoil (leave space for juices!). Chop up chicken into cubes. Half a handful is a portion. Season to your delight with herbs.

Soup: Chop up your favorite veggies. Use lots of tomatoes. Use water and vegetable broth. Stick it in the crock pot on low, overnight. Add salt, peppers and hot sauce. Delicious homemade vegetable soup!

4.) Midnight Snack

Cut three carrots into slices. Cut half a cucumber into slices. Dip in low fat ranch dip or dressing.

Grab a fruit.


     
  by member kmesiab
I practice the art of creating something from nothing.
member since: 13 Sep 13
 

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kmesiab's top tips

1.Breakfast: Half a bowl of oatmeal, or granola. Half a cup of almond milk. Dice up half a banana, or three strawberries, or a few blueberries.
2.Fast Salad: Chop yellow and orange bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, radish and splash with lemons (preservative). Scoop that into a Tupperware bowl. -- To make a super fast salad, grab a bowl, throw in some dark leafy greens, spoon in some veggies from your Tupperware, six or so croutons and splash with a small amount of low fat dressings. - If you go easy on the dressing and no croutons, eat as much salad as you like. All day!
3.Fish: Salmon baked in tinfoil w/ lemon slices. Salt, herbs and/or soy sauce for extra flavor.
4.Chicken: Brine your chicken breast (sit overnight in salt water). Bake inside tinfoil (leave space for juices!). Chop up chicken into cubes. Half a handful is a portion. Season to your delight with herbs.
5.Soup: Chop up your favorite veggies. Use lots of tomatoes. Use water and vegetable broth. Stick it in the crock pot on low, overnight. Add salt, peppers and hot sauce. Delicious homemade vegetable soup! Fill plastic cups with the soup, cover with a wrap and freeze. Just grab a cup, microwave it and you've got soup on the go!
6.Midnight Snack: Cut three carrots into slices. Cut half a cucumber into slices. Dip in low fat ranch dip or dressing.

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Just natural, high nutrition, low fat meals.

     
  Why choose "Always On The Go"?
 Promotes long term weight loss
 Promotes rapid weight loss
 A healthy living alternative
 A body "detox"
 Improves mood and outlook
 Reduces the risks of diet-related diseases
 A roadmap for a healthier lifestyle

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