10/13/15 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Thursday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 13. October 2014 19:12

Did you know that juice is NOT considered a "healthy" drink?  Don't get me wrong, 100% fruit juice drinks are much better than Kool-Aid, Capri's and even regular Gatorade.  The problem is we are meant to eat fruit in their natural state.  The fiber from natural fruit is much higher and when fruit is squeezed you are still missing some of the vital nutrients.  Even fruits are supposed to be eaten in moderation.  If you are on a 1600 caloric diet 3 fruits a day is all you're supposed to consume.  Berries are the best with the least amount of sugar and are high in anti-oxidants.  Many Mom's, including myself, thought kids were supposed to have juice - as the market for it is extremely high.  Think about all the commercials that are out there for kids drinks.  If your child eats fruit then that's all he or she needs!  The only reason to give your child fruit is if they will NOT eat fruit and even then make sure to stick to 100% fruit juice.

Breakfast -

1 cup Pumpkin Oatmeal


1 cup fat-free organic milk

1 cup coffee with 2 tsp. fat-free creamer

Snack -

JC Anytime Bar

Lunch -

JC Cheesy Potatoes and Chicken

Carrots and cauliflower

Snack -


Dinner -

JC Rising Crust Pizza

Salad (mixed greens, peppers, mushrooms) 2 tbsp. light southwestern ranch

Snack -

JC Triple Chocolate Cheesecake

Tags: , ,

Katie's Healthy Eating

Comments are closed

Copyright © 2004-2019 YourCity.MD LLC All Rights Reserved. The information on this Website is provided as a courtesy of YourCity.MD. This Website is designed as a resource portal for informational purposes only and does not contain any warranties. Reliance on any information found on or through this Website or links found on this Website is entirely at your own risk. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call 911 or your local Emergency number immediately. YourCity.MD and its affiliates are not responsible for the content found on any links contained herein and do not necessarily agree with any of their opinions. - View Full Terms & Conditions