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    bumping this up... really good info roc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raquel View Post

    100. Sitting at a computer may help you slim down. When researchers at Brown University School of Medicine put 92 people on online weight-loss programs for a year, those who received weekly e-mail counseling shed 5 1/2 more pounds than those who got none. Counselors provided weekly feedback on diet and exercise logs, answered questions, and cheered them on. Most major online diet programs offer many of these features.
    I totally, 100% agree with this one!!!!
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    Thanks! I'm copying and pasting all this info to a Word document for my diet binder.

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    Thanks again, just finished part 1 & 2! MUCH APPRECIATED!!!!!!
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    Thanks again. I will make a copy of this to keep as a little reminder.
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    Default 50 diet tips (part 2 of 2)

    50. Precooked chicken strips & microwaved frozen broccoli topped w/ parrmesan cheese

    51. A healthy frozen entree with a salad & a glass of 1 percent milk

    52. Scramble eggs in a nonstick skillet. If your cholesterol levels are normal, you can have 7 eggs a week!

    53. A bag of frozen vegetables heated in the microwave, topped with 2 TBLS of Parmesan cheese and 2 TBLS of chopped nuts

    54. Prebagged salad topped with canned tuna, grape tomatoes, shredded reduced-fat cheese, & low-cal Italian dressing

    55. Keep lean sandwich fixings on hand: whole wheat bread, sliced turkey, reduced-fat cheese, tomatoes, mustard w/ horseradish.

    56. Heat up a can of good soup.

    57. Cereal, fruit, and fat-free milk makes a good meal anytime.

    58. Try a veggie sandwich from Subway.

    59. Precut fruit for a salad and add yogurt.

    61. Remember, eat before you meet. Have this small meal before you go to any parties: a hardboiled egg, apple & a thirst quencher (water, seltzer, diet soda, tea).

    62. As obvious as it sounds, don't stand near the food at parties. Make the effort, and you'll find you eat less.

    63. At a buffet? Eating a little of everything guarantees high calories. Decide on three or four things, only one of which is high in calories. Save that for last so there's less chance of overeating.

    64. For the duration of the holidays, wear your snuggest clothes that don't allow much room for expansion. Wearing sweats is out until January.

    65. Give it away! After company leaves, give away leftover food to neighbors, doormen, or delivery people or take it to work the next day.

    66. Walk around the mall three times before you start shopping.

    67. Make exercise a nonnegotiable priority.

    68. Dance to music with your family in your home. One dietitian reported that when she asks her patients to do this, initially they just smile, but once they've done it, they say it is one of the easiest ways to involve the whole family in exercise.

    How Can I Control a Raging Sweet Tooth?

    69. Once in a while, have a lean, mean salad for lunch or dinner, and save the meal's calories for a full dessert.

    70. Are you the kind of person who does better if you make up your mind to do without sweets and just not have them around? Or are you going to do better if you have a limited amount of sweets every day? One RD reported that most of her clients pick the latter and find they can avoid bingeing after a few days.

    71. If your family thinks they need a very sweet treat every night, try to strike a balance between offering healthy choices but allowing them some "free will." Compromise with low-fat ice cream and fruit, or sometimes just fruit with a dollop of whipped cream.

    72. Try two weeks without sweets. It's amazing how your cravings vanish.

    73. Eat more fruit. A person who gets enough fruit in his diet doesn't have a raging sweet tooth.

    74. Eat your sweets, just eat them smart! Carve out about 150 calories per day for your favorite sweet. That amounts to about an ounce of chocolate, half a modest slice of cake, or 1/2 cup of regular ice cream.

    75. Try these smart little sweets: sugar-free hot cocoa, frozen red grapes, fudgsicles, sugar-free gum, Nutri-Grain chocolate fudge twists, Tootsie Rolls, and hard candy.

    How Can I Conquer My Downfall: Bingeing at Night?
    76. Eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The large majority of people who struggle with night eating are those who skip meals or don't eat balanced meals during the day. This is a major setup for overeating at night.

    77. Eat your evening meal in the kitchen or dining room, sitting down at the table.

    78. Drink cold unsweetened raspberry tea. It tastes great and keeps your mouth busy.

    79. Change your nighttime schedule. It will take effort, but it will pay off. You need something that will occupy your mind and hands.

    80. If you're eating at night due to emotions, you need to focus on getting in touch with what's going on and taking care of yourself in a way that really works. Find a nonfood method of coping with your stress.

    81. Put a sign on the kitchen and refrigerator doors: "Closed After Dinner."

    82. Brush your teeth right after dinner to remind you: No more food.

    83. Eat without engaging in any other simultaneous activity. No reading, watching TV, or sitting at the computer.

    84. Eating late at night won't itself cause weight gain. It's how many calories -- not when you eat them -- that counts.
    86. Skipping breakfast will leave you tired and craving naughty foods by midmorning. To fill up healthfully and tastefully, try this sweet, fruity breakfast full of antioxidants. In a blender, process 1 c nonfat plain or vanilla yogurt, 1 1/3 c frozen strawberries (no added sugar), 1 peeled kiwi, and 1 peeled banana. Pulse until mixture is milkshake consistency. Makes one 2-cup serving; 348 calories and 1.5 fat grams.

    87. If you're famished by 4PM and have no alternative but an office vending machine, reach for the nuts. The same goes if your only choices are what's available in the hotel minibar.

    88. Next time you're feeling wiped out in late afternoon, forgo that cup of coffee and reach for a cup of yogurt instead. The combination of protein, carbohydrate, and fat in an 8-ounce serving of low-fat yogurt will give you a sense of fullness and well-being that coffee can't match, as well as some vital nutrients. If you haven't eaten in 3 to 4 hours, your blood glucose levels are probably dropping, so eating a small amount of nutrient-rich food will give your brain and your body a boost.

    89. Making just a few changes to your pantry shelves can get you a lot closer to your weight loss goals. Here's what to do: If you use corn and peanut oil, replace it with olive oil. Same goes for breads -- go for whole wheat. Trade in those fatty cold cuts like salami and bologna and replace them canned tuna, sliced turkey breast, and lean roast beef. Change from drinking whole milk to fat-free milk or low-fat soy milk. This is hard for a lot of people so try transitioning down to 2 percent and then 1 percent before you go fat-free.

    90. Nothing's less appetizing than a crisper drawer full of mushy vegetables. Frozen vegetables store much better, plus they may have greater nutritional value than fresh. Food suppliers typically freeze veggies just a few hours after harvest, locking in the nutrients. Fresh veggies, on the other hand, often spend days in the back of a truck before they reach your supermarket.

    91. Worried about the trans-fat content in your peanut butter? Good news: In a test done on Skippy, JIF, Peter Pan, and a supermarket brand, the levels of trans fats per 2-tablespoon serving were far lower than 0.5 gram -- low enough that under proposed laws, the brands can legally claim zero trans fats on the label. They also contained only 1 gram more sugar than natural brands -- not a significant difference.

    Eating Less Isn't Enough -- Which Exercising Tips Will Help Me Shed Pounds?

    92. Overeating is not the result of exercise. Vigorous exercise won't stimulate you to overeat. It's just the opposite. Exercise at any level helps curb your appetite immediately following the workout.

    93. When you're exercising, you shouldn't wait for thirst to strike before you take a drink. By the time you feel thirsty, you're already dehydrated. Try this: Drink at least 16 ounces of water, sports drinks, or juices two hours before you exercise. Then drink 8 ounces an hour before and another 4 to 8 ounces every 15 to 20 minutes during your workout. Finish with at least 16 ounces after you're done exercising.

    94. Tune in to an audio book while you walk. It'll keep you going longer and looking forward to the next walk -- and the next chapter! Check your local library for a great selection. Look for a whodunit; you might walk so far you'll need to take a cab home!

    95. Think yoga's too serene to burn calories? Think again. You can burn 250 to 350 calories during an hour-long class (that's as much as you'd burn from an hour of walking)! Plus, you'll improve muscle strength, flexibility, and endurance.

    96. Drinking too little can hamper your weight loss efforts. That's because dehydration can slow your metabolism by 3 percent, or about 45 fewer calories burned a day, which in a year could mean weighing 5 pounds more. The key to water isn't how much you drink, it's how frequently you drink it. Small amounts sipped often work better than 8 ounces gulped down at once.

    How Can I Manage My Emotional Eating and Get the Support I Need?

    97. A registered dietitian (RD) can help you find healthy ways to manage your weight with food. To find one in your area who consults with private clients call (800) 366-1655.

    98. The best place to drop pounds may be your own house of worship. Researchers set up healthy eating and exercise programs in 16 Baltimore churches. More than 500 women participated and after a year the most successful lost an average of 20 lbs. Weight-loss programs based on faith are so successful because there's a built-in community component that people can feel comfortable with.

    99. Here's another reason to keep level-headed all the time: Pennsylvania State University research has found that women less able to cope with stress -- shown by blood pressure and heart rate elevations -- ate twice as many fatty snacks as stress-resistant women did, even after the stress stopped (in this case, 25 minutes of periodic jackhammer-level noise and an unsolvable maze).

    100. Sitting at a computer may help you slim down. When researchers at Brown University School of Medicine put 92 people on online weight-loss programs for a year, those who received weekly e-mail counseling shed 5 1/2 more pounds than those who got none. Counselors provided weekly feedback on diet and exercise logs, answered questions, and cheered them on. Most major online diet programs offer many of these features.
    Hi, I'm Roc & I'm on the weight loss rollercoaster as well as a 42 yr. old - mother of 3 year old twins. An entirely different rollercoaster
    1/9/08 228
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