Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Learning the Basics (Food)


This post is all about learning the basics about our food, because it is the first step in this direction I have made it very simple (keeping in mind my post on simple& real), no complicated terms. As I/we progress I will keep adding more details

Carbohydrates



Fats


Michelle actually got me interested in all this (especially the good fat part) I found it extremely useful :)  Hope you all found it useful too. Next time more details.


Keep Reading I will Keep Writing 
Tanvee

12 comments:

  1. :) great post. Love your pic on the header.

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  2. Very useful post. Will wait for the next ones. Nice pic of yours.

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    1. Thank you Gopinath :) doing loads of reading will post soon :)

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  3. Agree with everyone that your newest photo is gorgeous. :D

    I'm still tweaking my own food plan. Some people have suggested that I eat too much fruit, but when I eat less fruit, I tend to want to eat sugary snacks--and fruit is definitely the better choice. So I'm working on that issue. However, people assume I have so much willpower. Really, I don't. I still need sweets--even if it's fruit.

    :-) Marion

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    1. Thank you for the compliment on the photo :), Fruit was something Michelle had asked me to reduce too...I have still not completely taken it out of my diet but I have started reducing my intake so these days I split my frozen banana and buy more berries. I think you really do have an amazing will power each time I read you weekly 10 pound weightloss update post I always end up appreciating your determination and getting inspired to check my intake

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  4. Making a copy of your charts... thanks for sharing. :)

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    1. :) I am working on a few more charts, hopefully you will find those useful too

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  5. I love that new pic of you!! I think I have a dress that's almost identical - you didn't get it at GAP by any chance did you? ;)

    These charts are great. It's nice to have things laid out for you; it makes it less easy to make wrong choices too!

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    1. thanks Ayesha, yes that's a gap dress...when we meet next time we could dress up like twins ;)

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    2. LOL - we'll definitely have to do that ;)

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