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A Healthy Weigh for 1998
As the new year begins, many
of us make a resolution to lose a
few pounds. While this is a
great time to consider a weight
loss, the plan may become a
short-lived one. Here are some
strategies to help stay on track
throughout the year.
•Think “doggie-bag.” Whenever
dining out, plan to take at least
one half of your meal home.
Even lower fat meals can reach
1,000 calories because of the
large portions given at restau-
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•Speaking of portion sizes, eat
less. Many people still consume
the same, amount of food that
they ate when they were
younger and more active. But
most people need fewer calories
when they reach their forties
and beyond. Learn to eat a half
of a sandwich instead of a whole
one. But still have that apple
•Focus of fruits and vegetables.
To stay healthy and lose weight,
make these your usual snacks
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and occasionally have low fat
candy, cookies, or cake.
•Avoid the “no-fat” cookie syn
drome. Although cookies, cakes
and candies are labeled fat-free,
the calories can add up quickly if
you eat too many. Pay attention
to the serving size listed on the
food label and stick to that
•Think before you drink.
Calories from alcoholic bever
ages, fruit drinks, punches, soft
drinks, and specialty coffee
drinks, can add on pounds if you
drink them freely. Limit your
consumption of these beverages
and have calorie-free drinks,
such as water, seltzer, diet
sodas, plain coffee and tea.
•Control the condiments.
Regular salad dressings, mayon
naise, and other extras can dras
tically increase the calorie load
of low calorie foods like a salad.
Be careful with portion sizes at
the salad bar or use non-fat sub
•Fast food options. Those who
eat at fast food restaurants real-
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izp that many of the burger and
fries choices are loaded with
calories and fat. Choosing a
grilled chicken sandwich, hold
ing the mayo, a stuffed pita
without the dressing, or a junior
hamburger can keep the calories
low. Add a side salad and low fat
milk and you have a more com
plete meal. Avoid the “meal-deal
•Overall, don’t say no. If you
have a strong craving for a high
fat food, eat just a very small
portion, rather than denying
yourself. In the long run, you
won’t feel deprived and there
fore, won’t be tempted to cheat
and give up your weight loss
(Continued from Pago 62)
1 gallon vanilla ice cream
46-ounce can pineapple juice,
10 (7-ounce) bottles lemon-lime
2 (6-ounce cans) frozen orange
Combine pineapple juice and
orange juke in punch bowl slowly
pour in lemon-lime soda. Ice
cream can be scooped directly into
punch bowl or individual glasses.
Top with maraschino cherry.
Makes 30 cups.
Lycoming Co. Dairy Princess
2 (6 ounces each) packages
2 cups boiling water
6-ounce can frozen orange juice
8-ounce can mandarin oranges
1 pound 4 ounce can crushed
pineapple with juice
Dissolve gelatin in boiling
water. Add remaining ingredients.
Stir to combine and let set May
pour into mold of your choice.
Refrigerate until set.
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