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January 11, 2011


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Mama Zen

This doesn't look too bad. I might give this a try!


Okay, this was a nice read with some good suggestions. I tend to have the food groups/portions chart down fairly well as I have this swimmer guy here who eats all his groups and "colors" diligently. I do need to add more fish and decrease the beef/pork as they do eat large portions of that on a regular basis...the salt thing is something also (esp. for Mark whose favorite treat is Salt&Vinegar chips, omw). Thanks for posting this, nice to see it all in black and white and remain mindful. I know you will do well with it all!


With this balanced approach it really is doable I think Mama Zen.

It's a bit more challenging with active teens around the house Kayte! Less beef and pork has been the biggest new thing for us. I LOVE both. Now I am learning to love it as often but with smaller portions. I've actually had 4 vegetarian meals int he past week - don't know how that happened and the world has not come to an end.

We don't have to worry too much about salt other that what is included already in products - the ONLY thing I add salt to is french fries which I hardly ever make. LOL

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