Eat– for Good Health

A low calorie tuna salad can be twisted and turned in many ways.  The classic is the combo of (using fat free or light!) mayo, a dab of mustard, parsley, chopped celery, tomato and onion with a can of light, water packed tuna.  Tuscan Tuna Salad by Dulcedo BlogWhite tuna is a bigger fish and contains more undesirables such as mercury.  Today since I have left-over fresh green beans, hummus, and cottage cheese, I am placing all that on Romaine lettuce and adding 1/2 can tuna.


7 thoughts on “Eat– for Good Health

  1. Friends and neighbors, the tried and true method to lose weight (or in the case of Reba Studebaker, legs model) maintain it, cut calories and increase exercise. It really is that easy. Don’t starve! Gentle daily strolls will do it!

  2. Reba Studebaker

    Kathleen, I eat, eat, eat– but I eat the right things. Skinny people chow down– lots of vegetables, fruit, and lean (controlled portion) protein.

  3. Janessa Breckenridge

    Lately I’ve read that a “biggest loser” was complaining that it was hard on her health to stick to their program.

  4. Kathleen Rowland

    Is that right? In my experience, I was never able to lose more than three pounds a week. That was consuming about a thousand calories a day and swimming laps for 40 minutes a day. But, that’s real fat coming off.

  5. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    Here’s a favorite snack of mine: 50-calorie whole wheat toast, sugarfree strawberry jam, and about two tablespoons fat free cottage cheese. I’d guess this is about 120 calories, max, and filling.

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