with Lynne and Leslie

In search of a smaller size: The good and bad things about fruits and veggies

by SweetMidlife


(by Leslie)

The Good: Fruit has no Weight Watcher point value, meaning that you can eat a lot of it within reason – as a former WW leader I know used to say, “Eat a lot but don’t eat the whole orchard.”

– It’s tasty.

– It’s healthy and you should be eating it anyway.

– it’s way portable, depending on the fruit. Watermelons, for instance, are not.

The bad: Eaten in significant quantities, the fiber content can make a girl…fibery. In the tummy region. And a little gassy.

– That’s pretty much it. But it’s significant.


3 Responses to “In search of a smaller size: The good and bad things about fruits and veggies”

  1. The thing about fruits and veggies is that they don’t make you feel full. I can eat an orchard and be like, “I still need a bag of chips!”

  2. niknak411@yahoo.com' Best Friend Nikki says:

    Girl, some cherries and I had a falling out yesterday. It wasn’t pretty…

  3. lesliegraystreeter@gmail.com' Leslie says:

    Now I want cherries AND chips.

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