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Eating for pleasure easier to overdo than eating when hungry
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Excellent post on healthy eating. I love grilling all sorts of vegetables and some fruits for variety and less meat consumption. This is an important consideration for those of us who love to read about a variety of topics! Thank you for the information.
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Before this ever learned about this, I knew It was somerhing like that. Becouse It had àn effect on me. I ate a lot just to feel good. At bad Times I ate eaven more. It really made me feel good. Now with the help of Katja I learned to keep It under controll.
Red wine, in moderation, has long been thought of as heart healthy. The alcohol and certain substances in red wine called antioxidants may help prevent heart disease by increasing levels of “good” cholesterol and protecting against artery damage.
Diets, diets, who is not looking for a diet? Whether trying to lose weight, keep us in shape, to live healthy or improve a condition, each of us turn to some point on a diet. What is the best? Hard to answer. Difficult to assess efficacy, as well as compliance. Because diet is not enough to be good in absolute value, it must be able to be followed, usually long term, of those who adopt. In other words, diets must be good not only on paper, but in practice. Recently, the U.S. has tried diets efectuartea hierarchy, the criteria is the ease with which diet can be followed nutrientti content, lack of health risks and its effectiveness in achieving the goal.
I don’t see anything wrong with eating La Dolce foods. For years, I was a “STRICT” vegetarian, I only ate foods that I believed would be “good” for me, almost without regard to taste. Now I eat what I want when I want, just not overdoing it. I agree with Tom’s comment but believe that fresh and whole foods do fit into the La Dolce system of satietyand satisfaction. Fun article, small study!
this explains my craving at any time of the week.I thought this was because of hormonal changes bec. monthly visit is coming.. But good thing is i can eat anything anytime and not worrying about gaining,sad part is..im skinny 🙁 thanks for the info’s about health
If the pleasure foods satisfied our hunger, there would be no problem. But they don’t — they lack the nutrition we crave. So we don’t stop eating them when, otherwise, we would no longer be hungry.
The trick is to choose foods which are both nutritious and pleasurable to eat. That means fresh and whole, above all else. But this is not always easy as truly fresh foods are not available to everyone all the time.
nice article, makes me hungry.
when i m hungry then eat overload. i cant balance food and diet
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