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Putting into practice the making of a healthy visual appealing meal's

Monday, May 20, 2019

One of the things that I learned from the MOVE Program is adding colors to our meals. Over the weekend I went grocery shopping and purchased fresh spinach, bell peppers in red orange and yellow colors. One of my new favorites that I have been making at dinner is Purple Potatoes, I just love that deep color of the potatoes (taste just like any other potato) .

Since I have been working on adding more colors to my foods I no longer drown them in condiments.

Breakfast today's



Scrambled egg beaters with bell peppers and spinach left over purlpe potatoes, mixed fruit cup with tea

Lunch





Nice Cob salad, fresh pear chocolate almond milk

What I've added with each meal water it's easier for me to get my water in is just do it with each meal.

Dinning out I now ask for a glass of water with my meals.

I learned a lot from the MOVE Program it's now putting it all together and not going back to old habits. I'm so glad I asked to get into that program. I'm still working on the MOVE Program app I need to keep in practice emoticon I'm a work in progress.
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  • LINDAW1207
    Rainbow eating keeps me feeling full. The MOVE Program is from VA the app anyone can check it out VA Health Move Coach is the name of the app if you want to check it out.
    152 days ago
  • _SHERRY_
    I've been trying to eat all the colors of the rainbow too! It's so good for our overall healthy to eat a variety of healthy foods!

    I'm not sure what the MOVE program is - but I'm going to Google ....


    153 days ago
  • DAWNMONIQUE1
    I am going to give this a try! Ty for sharing! 👑💪
    153 days ago
  • BEFIT019
    Sounds like you have made tremendous progress, my friend! emoticon
    153 days ago
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