Mission 37: Get Organized For Nutrition


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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to Mission 37 of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

Whether our goal is weight loss, better health, or more energy, most of us would like to improve our diet and eating habits.

If you’ve completed the previous mission Get Organized Mission #36: Organize Your Paperwork then it’s a great time to switch focus to your health.

When upgrading your diet, a little time spent getting organized can turbo-charge your efforts and reduce your reliance on willpower. So let’s get organized now!

Remember: you only need 30 minutes for the basic mission. Extended Options are below.

Note: By ‘diet’ I mean the food you eat, not a restricted plan of culinary deprivation that makes you feel cranky and your friends’ heads look like giant balls of chocolate.

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One thought on “Mission 37: Get Organized For Nutrition

  1. [email protected] says:

    Our diet goals are as follows:
    Eat less fatty food; Eat less fried food; Eliminate canned foods; If you eat canned foods drain the juice; then replace with water; then drain again this will eliminate a lot of the impurities {salt}; Promise Butter is put out by the World Heart Association. They have an 80 calorie one. Do not purchase the 5 calorie one you can’t taste the butter. Switch to low-fat dairy and eat brown eggs; you should eat less than 5% sodium. Eat more vegetables; fish; fresh vegetables and fruit. Our portion sizes are the size of our fist.
    Drink more water; if you have water retention check your doctor for his advice
    Terry’s diet: I eat 1and ½ meals a day; I have cut portion size to half a fist; I do still eat a small amount of Junk food enough to get rid of the craving. I have lost so far over 60 lbs. But what works for one person may not work for another. Also, prescription medications can make it difficult to lose weight.
    Our healthy food list is as follows:
    Salt items 5% or less is recommended
    Eliminate canned goods due high salt content
    Breakfast: Cheerios; Peach slices; cottage cheese; oatmeal; breakfast sandwich with turkey sausage, scrambled egg on wheat muffin
    Lunch: Homemade soup with chicken or beef broth low in sodium with fresh vegetables; garden salad; half a sandwich: light mayo; turkey from the deli; 10 grapes
    Snack: Dry Cereal; Greek yogurt; Lays Low Salt Potato Chips family size 3% sodium per 15 potato chips
    Dinner: Baked potato with low fat dressing or low fat sour cream or promise butter; homemade chicken salad; 10 grapes; green tea; Rotisserie chicken; fresh cooked vegetables: Brussels’ sprouts, frozen mixed vegetables; frozen tater tots/potatoes

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