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Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World

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Show Notes

Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Len Testa , Mike Scopa , Mike Newell , The Fabulous Annette Owens , & AJ


Running Time: 22:49

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Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World
Authored by: Kfischler on Friday, January 29 2010 @ 09:41 AM CST
That was a pretty interesting show y'all had today on eating healthy in the World. As a follow up, maybe you could do a review on the best unique adult beverages to enjoy, and drinks to avoid in WDW. You could even venture opinions on drink this, not that. One little trick I learned while deployed to Yuma, AZ one summer was to drink beer in a cup of ice. It may sound odd, but it really helps with dehydration while enjoying a beer in the heat. Anyway, I'd be interested in hearing your opinions on some of the unique adult creations at WDW.
Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World
Authored by: cmheisel on Friday, January 29 2010 @ 08:23 PM CST
My wife and I _love_ Dole Whips. Y'all were wondering how much fat they have, and I found this supplier of them that says they're fat free: http://www.precisionfoods.com/foodser...amp;id=103
Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World
Authored by: BFIrrera on Saturday, January 30 2010 @ 05:03 PM CST
Very much enjoyed this episode (I enjoy them all, but I really liked today's topic). I recently purchased the "Eat This, Not That" book (the standard 2009 edition), so I liked hearing the ideas that AJ came up with along those lines. re: turkey legs. I would certainly substitute the grilled turkey & cheese sandwich at the Backlot Express in the Studios. It's served with arugula and roasted red peppers. If someone is really watching their caloric intake, they can choose carrot sticks instead of french fries for their side. Of all the counter service we had on our last trip (way back in Jan 09), that was probably my favorite meal. I would also suggest for Epcot Food & Wine, if your there for a few days, you can park hop and hit just three or four booths a trip and space them out over a week. Of course, the walking around the lagoon helps burn that food off!
Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World
Authored by: TiggerRay on Wednesday, February 03 2010 @ 10:44 AM CST
Chin 'n Dale have nuts? Who would have thought? LOL
Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World
Authored by: TiggerRay on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 12:29 AM CST
While eating healthy is admirable, and while at home probably a good idea. You're on vacation…eating theme park food for a few days isn't going to kill you. The point to remember is moderation. Eating nothing but vegetables is not necessarily healthy. Should we eat vegetables..yes, but aren't exclusively healthy and everything else is not. Any food to excess is bad.
Episode 675 - Eating Healthy At The World
Authored by: kmkonop on Monday, February 08 2010 @ 06:30 PM CST
Having eaten as a "weight watcher" for years, it is surprisingly easy to eat at Disney. The part that I found difficult was getting the caloric, fat & fiber count for items, especially at a buffet. Things that I have learned that help:
-Sometimes you just have to make your best guess...then eat 1/2.
-Workout 1st thing in the AM
-Don't take in calories via liquid...other than alcohol, hence the am workout ;)
-Use the "buddy system," split everything