Cottage cheese (1% fat)
10%-15% of caloric intake
20%-30% of caloric intake
Quickly, so the food is out of sight faster
Fewer calories than the body burns
Mostly proteins and fats, avoiding carbs when possible
55%-75% carbs, 15%-30% fats, and 10%-15% protein
More raw fruits
NO pastries, chocolate, fried foods, sausages at ALL
A large breakfast including whole grains
A medium-sized lunch, including vaggies and beans or nuts
Very little or no dinner (a slice of toast and piece of fruit if necessary)
A small breakfast, like a pop-tart or granola bar
A large dinner with lots of protein and cooked foods
Fresh, raw cherries
Protein bars or powder
Snack between meals to avoid feeling hungry and overeating
Skip meals every now and then to reduce calorie intake
Never eat breakfast
Have a snack before going to bed so you don't wake up hungry
Eat anything that tastes good, but in smaller portions
Whole cow's milk
Wheat germ oil
It is just as easy to overdose on vitamin A by eating plants as it is by eating animal sources of it.
Animal sources provide more provitamin A than plant sources do.
You won't overdose on vitamin A by eating it only in plants.
You can overdose on provitamin A no matter what source you get it from.