Your favorite healthy foods

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  1. May 14, 2018 #61

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    What happened to fruit this year? Most fruits taste like they were picked way too unripe green or have been in extended longterm storage. So far only one tasty sweet cantaloupe this year. Some grapes from south-africa were barely tasting of grape. Apples is one bite and I go boil them with some cinnamon, tastes of cardstock.
     
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  2. Jun 1, 2018 #62

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    boiled carratos and other vegetables
     
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    I enjoy these healthy foods:

    -Spinach
    -Avocado
    -Tomatos
    -Fruit
    -Yogurt
    -Outmeal
     
  4. Jun 6, 2018 #64

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    Love Buddha bowls, Veggie stir fry, raw spinach, whole grilled okra,watermelon with lime and tajin spice, mushrooms, leeks, fennel, cabbage, keto bowls, grilled lean meats with sumac, yogurt Greek style with frozen cherries an berries with honey, feta and rice with lentils or chickpeas..it goes on. i really love aqua frescas w.o sugar and fruit and veggie "lokas w.o the chamoy, takis and Mexican candies or chili.."
     

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    I love Love Love Dannon lite and fit Greek Yogurt- I live on the stuff.
     
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    Whenever I'm on a diet, I always go for yogurt, apples, melon, steamed leafy vegetables and boiled eggs.
     
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    I’m adding avacado, salsa and black eyed peas to my list.
     
  8. Jul 9, 2018 #68

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    So, for the past couple of weeks I've gotten very good morning blood glucose readings after eating cheeries the night before. The first week, I was eating Rainier cherries and saw inproved blood sugar readings(below 120) the next day. Then I ran out and it seemed as though my morning readings were higher (above 130) for about five days. Then, got some bing cherries and my morning readings were good again this past week (below 110).
     
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    Lots of people have good results having a small snack before going to bed. Glad things are under control for you!!!!
     
  10. Jul 9, 2018 #70

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    I can't wait to go home and eat more cherries!!!:p
     
  11. Jul 9, 2018 #71

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    Cherries here are sort of hit and miss this year not sure what happened in a box some are sweet, some sour, some not much taste and watery. The season for cherries is short is only few weeks they are sold here. Cold cherries in the evening are nicely refreshing in the hot weather here.
     
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  12. Jul 9, 2018 #72

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    I will be making the most of the cherry season. My Sam's card is going to get a lot of mileage over the next few weeks.
     

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