Eating for energy, as opposed to eating for..

@Kylalynn (1773)
South Africa
December 11, 2006 5:23pm CST
sustenance or indulgence, is a science of percentaged and careful choices. Get it right, and you too will have the zest you eed to get through the day! Do you agree with this and could you put it together yourself or would you need to see a dietician?
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@deebomb (15319)
• United States
21 Jan 07
This is a great idea. But, the problem is knowing which foods give you the best energy or how to find out about them on the web. You would need to be a nutritionist. or hire one. We have one in our church. She does occasionaly give some classes. but when she is working the advice she gives cost $200
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@Kylalynn (1773)
• South Africa
13 Mar 07
Converted that is about R1400. here, which is quite a lot of money. It's nice to know she gives some classes at the church though. I would have liked to have been a dietician, find it very interesting.
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@deebomb (15319)
• United States
15 Mar 07
we could get all the information on the net if we jusy knew what to look for. Thanks for the best response
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