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Learned new trick from my trainer! Add fruit in your 64 oz of water - get extra fruit serving in! Eat and replace the fruit though!
3yr
msantiago's post
  • annefood Yes! This is one of our favorite ways to not only get extra fruit, but also avoid drinking beverages with added sugar- the fruit naturally sweetens the water! 👍🏼
Drink More Water - trufflette
3yr trufflette.weebly.com
"Did you know that maintaining a positive intake of fluid throughout the day can make the differe...
"Did you know that maintaining a positive intake of fluid throughout the day can make the difference between:
Feeling tired/fatigued
A heightened metabolism
Proper body temperature regulation..."
  • annefood Thanks for sharing @trufflette ! Water is important for so many reasons!
  • msantiago Would love to read but the links gives me an error message. Could I be missing something?
  • trufflette oh no! I just bought a domain so that could be why
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Refined Carbohydrates
3yr
How many refined carbohydrates roughly are acceptable on a daily basis?
  • DietID_TeamDietitians Generally speaking, it’s best to choose unrefined, whole grains whenever possible. When it comes to added sugar in particular, the max recommended amount per day is about 24 grams = 6 teaspoons....
Made it to level 2
2yr
I just started level 2 on eat one bite at a time. I have trouble swallowing, so I am using this to remind me to slow down and chew properly. I'm not sure why it says I don't have any check-ins tho...
Cucumber salad with a kick
3yr
prasad's post
Leftovers
3yr
From our Facebook page, Is it better to wrap leftovers if foil or put it in zip lock bags?
  • annefood Hey @mmorawski ! Good question. In general, I prefer to store leftovers in glass containers because there won't be any interaction between the food and the material in which it is stored. Glass is...
Midnight snacking may up heart disease, diabetes risk: Report - The Financial Express
3yr financialexpress.com
"Eating during the night may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes by disrupting the bo...
"Eating during the night may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes by disrupting the body's biological clock, a study warns."
Ladies night! A late night snack sliced bananas and strawberries with some chai tea on the side! Great support group!
3yr
msantiago's post
Kudos to Panera for having drinks that don’t have any added sugar, and labeling them!
3yr
DietID_TeamDietitians's post
Today’s Challenge
3yr
Is there a challenge today? I guess I thought there would be a challenge every day. Just wondering…
  • DietID_TeamDietitians Hey @mmorawski! Yes, the challenge actually lasts for 30 days. Your goal is to have at least 1 Zero Food Waste meal each day. When you do so, open the Foodstand app and check in by drawing a check...