Thursday, September 14, 2006

Coveting Apples

I learned sadly that my food reaction might not not be splenda but one of my favorite foods apples. It seems that every time I eat an apple I will have a reaction a day later. I haven't had spenda in weeks so I will resume eating splenda to test this theory next week.
I am eating different fruits now, grapes, and melons, oranges.
Sniff but I really miss Apples. Apples with be a sometime food now like good birthday cake. I think I have just been eating them too much.

I want to learn to make good and healthy Mexican food.
I still have not found what to do when baking with yogurt. Right now it's a rare baker's secret.

Throw out the saying Nothing Tastes Better Than Thin
Nothing Tastes Better than Good Food and Health

Stop torturing yourself with bland food.


Blogger Living to Feel Good said...

Amen!! I wish more people would realize that they don't have to eat bland food to be healthy!! Spices do wonders to food and they add no calories.

6:47 PM  
Blogger TC said...

I have been really working the last few days to make my points count for better, yummier, healthier, more filling foods. And I have been feeling great while doing it.

Sorry about the apples that really sucks. They are so yummy and convenient.

8:28 PM  
Blogger iportion said...

Eating food I hate just makes me want to binge.
I have learned that I liked some foods that were healthy by trying new things and going for good food and allowing treats

2:08 PM  
Blogger Domestic Chicky said...

I give myself assignments to jar myself out of food ruts - like to make (on paper) 5 breakfasts/lunches/dinners/snacks using food I don't normally think about, preparing things a different way, or modifying a recipe I haven't tried yet. I find too it helps me learn more about porion control and filling out meals with tasty but "free" foods. Salsas, vinegars, spices are also a huge part of my eating habits now.

1:38 PM  

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