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  1. The great news is that most foods are healthy. Those that are not as healthy like hamburgers, hot dogs, and pizza, all have something good to offer to one degree or another. The buns are often enriched with essential vitamins, pizza sauce and even cheese provide a lot of nutrition.

    Keep in mind if you are genetically predisposed to have high blood pressure, increase cholesterol, insulin issues, and arterial plaque build up, you’ll want to consultant with a nutritionist or primary physician. Believe it or not there are many many great tasting favorites that can be healthy in moderation.

    If you are trying to be extreme, lower salt, lower fat, lower foods high in sugar, and cholesterol. Switch to fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, carbohydrates, sweet potatoes, Brown rice, this can be boring so set aside a cheat day with apple pie, cheesecake, blueberry muffin, latte, and other things you really enjoy. The longer you try and avoid them, the higher chance you will end up eating then in mass quantities sometime in the near future. That’s a guarantee.

    Removing all carbs, or sticking to high protein will just cause you go to yo diet. Chose variety, spread your meals out across 4–5 meals, never eat to you are full and don’t wait to eat when you are starved.

    Good luck. I hope this helps.

    PS fat can be your friend. If you AG all cost need to lower calories, you may need to supplement with a good multi-vitamin.

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