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RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby nikdevid » Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:20 pm

Foods to Eat in Moderation:
1. Fruit juices with no added sugar.
2. Artificially sweetened colas (clear sodas are better).
3. Chocolate (at least 60% cacao).
4. Pure fruit jams and jellies without added sugar.
5. Carrots.
6. Butter, cream and regular cheese.
7. Beverages with caffeine.
8. Small portions of sugar-free ice cream.
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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby jhonpaul » Tue Jun 28, 2011 2:05 pm

i think artificial sweeten cola's are not good to use. why you suggest that?
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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby jimfaster » Tue Jul 26, 2011 5:09 am

It depends on your child. Some children are more sensitive to certain foods. If you notice your baby is fussier than usual, you might want to watch your diet and what you've eaten recently. I have not considered the third, when I eat foods with garlic, but the other 4 have no problems with it. As long as the baby is fussier than usual after eating certain foods, you're right!

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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby gabriel » Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:32 am

Eating too much is not advisable since there are foods that contains chemicals or specific compound that if you have taken too much of it can bring harm to your body.

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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby jonathantrott » Wed Aug 01, 2012 4:21 am

Wkinf of moderation nees this kind of food.
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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby alexdiets » Sun Aug 05, 2012 6:01 pm

Indeed these are the foods that if can not give you more weights can bring you more diseases like diabetes, right?



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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby Jenie » Mon Sep 17, 2012 9:52 am

I agree with Alex, the eatables mentioned by you here contains some foods that should not be taken in great proportions otherwise they may turn into causing you unhealthy.

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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby AliciaParker » Thu Nov 08, 2012 5:45 am

Some foods you should not eat in huge amount. If they are high in calories. It is a wise decision to eat low fat food like baked and roasted food. For roasting and baked food preparation you need specialized equipments. For buying resale restaurant equipments, you can visit foodequipmenttrader.com


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Re: RE: Foods to Eat in Moderation

Postby vuongthithuy » Thu Sep 25, 2014 2:44 am

when I eat foods with garlic, but the other 4 have no problems with it. As long as the baby is fussier than usual after eating certain foods
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