Your Questions About Quick Exercise Tips For Busy People

April 7, 2013 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Weight Loss Tips

Daniel asks…

Is it okay/healthy to “diet” by drinking homemade smoothies?

I suffer from what MOST Americans suffer from. Lack of time and an unhealthy diet DUE to that lack of time. I go to school full-time – I’m a nursing student if that means anything to anyone. I’m busy CONSTANTLY and have no time to make baked chicken with healthy stir-fry, or whatever it is that healthy-conscious people eat. Whether you think I don’t have the time or I don’t want to make the time is your opinion, I just have a simple diet-related question. I have been recently thinking about buying a blender and making low-calorie fruit smoothies with low-fat yogurt/milk and fruit. I need “diet-food,” that’s cheap, easy, and most importantly, QUICK TO MAKE! If I drink my homemade smoothies for breakfast and dinner, and eat a low-cal lunch (like a turkey on wheat sandwich), will that be “healthy?” I know if I keep my calories below 1500, that I will lose weight, but I want to know, if I go this route, will I gain the weight back? Any tips/ideas? And YES, I will be exercising as well.

Power Health Tips answers:

I’m pretty sure that’s okay. It’s not the best, but it’s good, especially since nursing school apparently gives students absolutely NO time..

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