My doctor says that since my weight is stabilized (no weight gain in a long time), I should try to just eat healthier instead of counting calories. She says I should enjoy my food, not worry about every little calorie I consume.
My problem is this: how do I add fat to my diet without going overboard? I notice that if I eat a lot of foods that are devoid of fat, I feel hungry soon after eating. For example, for lunch, I had a piece of broiled cod, some steamed asparagus and some steamed carrots. Nice and healthy...but no fat. So I was hungry just 30 minutes after eating!!
Asked by Anonymous at 10:52 PM on May. 4, 2011 in Diet & Fitness
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