Is it a good nutrition for a 15 years old girl?

So,i eat a lot of fruit each day (only apples,nectarines and grapes). I eat about 4 apples a day and the same amount goes for nectarines,and i don’t know how much of grapes.. I have three breakfasts: an egg white with a turkey slice and ten almonds for the days i workout; some whole-wheat cereals with fat-free milk (which i don’t even drink); three whole-wheat cookies with a fat-free greek yoghurt. For lunch i sometimes have a chicken thigh or salad with tunna. For dinner i have the same. I don’t eat bread. I eat fruit throughout the day,and in the morning i do a 30 minutes cardio to burn up the sugars from the fruits. In the afternoon i dance for about an hour. Three times a week (even more) i work my abs. Am i eating healthy? Or i will gain fat in the stomach area? I do not want to,actually. But i noticed that i have more muscles and my tummy is more toned,since when i started eating more fruit. What do you think i should do? Should i cut down the sugars or i can keep eating as much fruit as i want?

Screwtape Asked on May 29, 2015 in Health.
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My advice to you is to either go vegan or not eat so much fruit. If you like apples and nectarines so much, you can have them as much as you like on a vegan diet and not gain weight. But if you eat animal products, you can’t eat as much fruit because calorie restriction will be a must and you will have to exercise excessively to maintain your weight and that’s not realistic long-term. You can eat the same things just try to have 5 pieces of fruit. Other than that, your diet sounds pretty healthy to me. Also, don’t worry about “burning up” the sugars, your brain runs on glucose and bread is not the enemy. Whole wheat bread is yummy and has lots of fiber. Best of luck!

CastBound Answered on August 18, 2015.
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You can eat the same things just try to have 5 pieces of fruit. Other than that, your diet sounds pretty healthy to me. Also, don’t worry about “burning up” the sugars, your brain runs on glucose and bread is not the enemy.

Hyper_Me Answered on August 18, 2015.
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Flyswat Answered on August 31, 2015.
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You have a pretty healthy diet but i think you are eating too much fruit (for the sugar). I would cut back and maybe have some vegetable sticks with hummus instead. Also- i wouldn’t be having the fat free versions of food as they actually contain more sugar than the normal and aren’t as healthy for you

Cookie Answered on August 18, 2015.
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You need 5 fruits, 5 fresh veggies, green salads, lots of water, protein (cottage cheese, beans, yogurt), fish, whole grain cereal with nuts, fruit-yogurt smoothies.

Twister Answered on August 31, 2015.
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You’re eating very healthily I am concerned about the high sugar but it’s fructose so it’s not the worst, I used to eat very similarly but with a lot of raw food I had to be careful as I have eds (hypermobility) which I made worse by eating a diet too high in fructose and lactic acid combined with working out so although it is healthy you need to watch your alkalinity levels, as it can degrade your joints/cause pain or/and swelling, which in the long run can contribite to various disorders so be careful.
try switching some of the fruit for alkaline vegetables in the day, veg is better than fruit for you, or it should out weigh the fruit.
All the best, well done so far and good luck! :)

Forgot to add ensure youre getting enough good fats and omega oils for your myelin (neuron sheeting)

NetFreak Answered on August 18, 2015.
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