This could be one key to losing weight

This could be one key to losing weight

Life can move fast sometimes, but planning ahead for your meals can be worth your time if you’re trying to stay healthy.

Here are some tips from Dr. Allen Mikhail, a bariatric surgeon at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill.

 

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  1. This is the way I’ve been eating for the last 5 years. I meal prep on the weekends. Eat basically the same thing everyday. Weekends vary slightly. I rarely eat out. I don’t eat processed foods. I use to have hypertension, high cholesterol and was pre-diabetic. My B/P this morning was 111/66. I just recently had a physical. Cholesterol levels – Total 165 SB 40, LDL 94 SB <130. Glucose reading 87 SB 70-99. Meal prepping does work as long as you select the proper foods. I also do intermittent fasting along with meal prepping.

  2. (Fixed cholesterol level)
    This is the way I’ve been eating for the last 5 years. I meal prep on the weekends. Eat basically the same thing everyday. Weekends vary slightly. I rarely eat out. I don’t eat processed foods. I use to have hypertension, high cholesterol and was pre-diabetic. My B/P this morning was 111/66. I just recently had a physical. Cholesterol levels – Total 165 SB <200, LDL 94 SB <130. Glucose reading 87 SB 70-99. Meal prepping does work as long as you select the proper foods. I also do intermittent fasting along with meal prepping.

  3. Gloria Picchetti October 29, 2020 at 2:36 pm · Reply

    I have eaten this way for so long I don’t need to plan it. It’s my life style. It works.

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Johnna Kelly
Johnna Kelly

Johnna Kelly, healthe news contributor, is a manager of public affairs and marketing at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. She is a former newspaper reporter and spent nearly 10 years as a public relations professional working for state and county government. During her time as a communications staffer for the Illinois General Assembly, she was integral in drafting and passing legislation creating Andrea's Law, the nation's first murderer registry. In her spare time, she volunteers at a local homeless shelter, enjoys traveling, photography and watching the Chicago Bulls.