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Ok, so I've eaten junk food and basically whatever tasted awesome for 24 years now. However, I find myself with the drive to eat 'healthier' and try to control my weight some more. How do I eat 'healthier'? This honestly isn't a joke, but a serious question. There are a couple of unresolved questions:
1) The biggest issue for me... how do you deal with hunger? Eating smaller portions leave me feeling unfulfilled, so it's sometime unconscious to find something to snack on. If you 'fill up' on lower calorie foods, is it really that simple?
2) How do you find variation? It seems like the entire spectrum is sandwiches, some salads, and those ridiculous healthy choice meal things. I'm not trying to give up everything good, but in those instances where I can manage it, I want to eat a bit healthier.
3) Price and Selection - everyone says buying from wal mart or other superchains is the wrong way to go. Does the healthier community really recommend hitting the smaller stores? For anyone that has also gone this route, how has your food budget changed?
4) Work Lunches - my work lunches are extremely flexible. I've eaten out every day at work for just about 3 years. So while I can save a bunch of money by not eating out as much, what meals are suited for making a lunch out of?
5) Are there additional steps you guy take? I've thought about multi vitamins and what not, but considering my current hedonistic diet it seemed like a waste.
6) Do you guys have any cool recipes for healthy meals that I could steal?