When it comes to following a quick weight loss plan, just how quick is quick? Will you be like Christian Bale, who one time was able to lose a lot of weight by eating only canned tuna for months' on end? A lot of women have developed bulimia in order to go about losing weight quickly. That is unhealthy according to website theslimdonkey.com/tips-to-lose-weight-naturally/. Neither of those regimens is highly recommended. What you need to do is eat right, not starve yourself.
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I LOVE roasted butternut squash...especially when you add spinach, onions, and dried cranberries. It's the perfect healthy side dish alternative to sweet potato casserole, because you can savor the sweetness without all the fat and calories. PLUS added nutrients with the SPINACH! Ingredients:Butternut Squash--chopped into 1inch sqaures (you can now buy them pre-cut if your short on time)Bag of baby spinach1 sweet onion- diced1 cup dried cranberries1 tbsp olive oil Directions:
This recipe is a healthier alternative to regular stuffing. Using whole wheat bread, apples, and sweet potatoes for added nutritional value! Sweet Potato Apple Stuffing Ingredients:2 large sweet potatoes
1/4 cup low-fat butter or margarine1 ½ cups chopped raw onions
½ cup diced celery
2 cups chopped apples (I prefer granny smith)1/2 cup water
1. Stick to your exercise routine-- Put it in your calendar. Plan ahead, make a schedule and stick to it! 2. Eat a Healthy Breakfast-- Make sure its loaded with nutrients--> Low-fat greek yogurt, oatmeal or eggs and FRUIT. 3. Drink Water ALL day-- This will help the body better detoxify, protect and moisurize joints, kickstart metabolism, and absorb nutrients.