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  1. April 27, 2017

    Plain non-fat Greek yogurt is ALWAYS in my fridge! I’ll add a bit of honey and some fruit for breakfast or a snack, use it as a substitute for sour cream, and it makes an amazing base for quick dips! I also like the Mrs. Dash salt-free seasoning blends (the jalapeno one is my fave!) – I’ll mix some of the seasoning in with the greek yogurt for a healthy, protein-packed dip for veggies or crackers or quesadillas or whatever! I buy the big tubs at Aldi.

    Eggs is another go-to item. It’s a cheap protein that can be cooked a million ways. My cooking mantra is “put an egg on it” – ramen, avo toast, rice bowls, anything!

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  2. April 27, 2017
    Girlady says

    I love eating nuts, grean leaves and oatmeal, and I try my best to have at least one of them on my plate. Greek yogurt is always a good option when I don’t feel like eating but still need some food intake. And even though is not food, but I always carry green tea on my bag so I can mix it with water anywhere (it works for me because I don’t mind drinking it cold).

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  3. April 27, 2017
    Nanna says

    I like a lot of the posts that you write, but I think that you might have misunderstood something in this one. You write that saturated fats are what the body needs a lot of and help to maintain the good cholesterol, however it is actually the other way around. It’s the unsaturated fat that is good for your body and that you should eat more of.

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  4. April 27, 2017
    Kathryn says

    This list is so great! I love so many of these foods!

    I always have sweet potatoes in my kitchen. They’re good carbs that are released slowly for long-lasting energy!

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  5. April 28, 2017

    This is a great list! I would have to add tomatoes to the list. Don’t go bad quickly and a great addition to most meals!

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  6. May 6, 2017

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