Foods that good for you that you don't really like, but still eat.

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    Oct 04, 2010 6:36 PM GMT
    Is there anything out there that you don't really care for the taste of, but you still eat for the health benefits?

    For the most part i don't have a problem eating a lot of fruits, veggies, chicken, etc.

    but the one thing i have yet to enjoy is whole wheat products! I don't like the bread, i don't like the pasta (i have to add copious amounts of sauce to get rid of the whole wheat "flavor") Even though i have not come to enjoy it . . . i still have that loaf of whole wheat bread and whole wheat pasta . . . but man i dont enjoy it one bit!

    healthy grains i do still enjoy are brown rice and quinoa.
  • mizu5

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    Oct 04, 2010 6:37 PM GMT
    1% milk. I preger 2% or whole. or half anfhalf, or table cream. LOL


    And on another note, coffee. Not healthy, but was necessary in university during exams time D:
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    Oct 04, 2010 8:57 PM GMT
    mizu5 said1% milk. I preger 2% or whole. or half anfhalf, or table cream. LOL


    And on another note, coffee. Not healthy, but was necessary in university during exams time D:


    You should try horizion organic fat free milk. It tastes as good as whole milk i PROMISE you will love it. its a little more expensive but its worth it.
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:01 PM GMT
    I don't like papaya, and I don't eat it.

    Other than that, if it's edible, I love it. Fat free, whole, white or whole wheat I love fooooooooooooood.
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:14 PM GMT
    Broccoli -- I don't like it that much, but it's so good for you, I eat it anyway (quite frequently, actually)
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:20 PM GMT
    canned or pouch tuna.
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:30 PM GMT
    Fish. I don't really like any of it but occasionally I'll have some tuna. All fish tastes the same to me.
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:40 PM GMT
    Garlic and turnip. I dislike these but I'll always eat them when dining at my father-in-law's house - for politeness, not health matters.
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  • xKorix

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    Oct 04, 2010 9:45 PM GMT
    I don't think grains are all that good for you, and if you're not craving them or your body doesn't seem to desire them, don't go for it.
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:59 PM GMT
    xKorix saidI don't think grains are all that good for you, and if you're not craving them or your body doesn't seem to desire them, don't go for it.


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    This man speaks the truth.
  • LJay

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    Oct 04, 2010 11:10 PM GMT
    I have a LOT of trouble finding foods that I don't like. I will admit to being repelled by chitterling loaf in the grocery the other day, but that really does not fit into this thread anyway.

    Whole wheat pasta is not a favorite, so I don't eat it at home, but if it is sevred when I am at someone's house I'll eat it.

    As for the fellow above who doesn't like whole wheat, why not give it up? There are lots of other things that provide fiber. Food should not torture you.