Healthy options are not always available. Not everyone has control over what groceries go into their kitchens either. That is why moderation is the key in those situations. Pay attention to the labels and eat the correct serving size. It’s easy to scoop extra peanut butter, or grab a handful of chips, but that can easily add 300 calories on top of your meal, and that won’t help you reach your goal. That is why Weight Watchers work for so many people living in households that don’t scream “healthy lifestyle.”
Above is a lunch I put together that requires moderation and reading the labels. It has mini Oreos, kettle chips, peanut butter, jelly, whole grain bread, and an apple.
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Hi Taralynn, can you please tell me where to find the 500 Calories Meal page? It is on your old sever so all the links don’t work. Many thanks, Sophia