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Start your healthy diet by following a Calorie Counter’s excellent beginner’s diet guide. Learn the basics of nutrition and get definitions of nutritional facts (calories, fat, carbohydrates, sodium, etc.). It’s simply to craft a diet after determining how many calories you should be consuming each day, and then select the foods that will supply those calories.

Organize your food intake, whether with a written plan or with improvisation. Most importantly, once your diet is planned, be

consistent. Once you understand the basics of nutrition, turn your diet into a permanent way of living and you can make it healthy and a lot of fun.

The Beginner’s Guide to Diet, Nutrition & Healthy Eating [a Calorie Counter]

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Comment by Dan
2008-02-26 18:42:45

Avoid trans fats, which both raise bad LDL cholesterol and lower HDL good cholesterol, and saturated fats. Trans fats abound in processed foods, and so does saturated fat, which should only be consumed if it is Omega 3 type (which comes about from naturally-fed animals: fish, grass-fed beef, etc.). Avoid too much sugar and sodium (processed foods for kids are over-sugared, and for grown-ups are loaded with sodium). Eat natural Dominican food!

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