The ABCs of Eating Right

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Well-known member
Jun 9, 2021
Aim for fitness
Build a healthy base
Choose sensibly

There are many foods and many ways to build a healthy diet and lifestyle,
so there is a lot of room for choice.
Enjoy the food you eat and take action for good health.

The following guidelines can help maintain your health and reduce your risk
for certain conditions.

Aim for fitness
Aim for a healthy weight
Balance the calories with physical activity.
Get moving with moderate activity at least 3 days a week
and make it part of your routine.

Build a healthy base
Choose a variety of grains, fruits and vegetables.

Choose sensibly
Eat a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
Choose beverages and foods low in added sugars.
Choose sensible portions.
Limit portion size of foods which can be high in calories or fats,
such as cookies, cakes, fried foods.

Gold Luck! 😉



Senior Member
Mar 13, 2014
I have been chronically underweight my entire adult life. Basically, I can eat whatever I want and as much as I want without gaining weight. I have a very fast metabolism. I really don't pay much attention to my sugar intake but it definitely is not extreme. Either way, it wouldn't really matter. I'm down with cookies, cakes, and fried foods, but even then, I don't really eat to excess.