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When you order your meal ask the waiter or waitress to bring you a to-go box. Take half of your meal and place it safely into the box before you even begin to eat. This gives you no choice but to eat a healthy portion. If you would rather not carry around a to-go box then ask that your entr?e be made into a smaller portion. If it is dinnertime ask for the lunch-sized entr?e.
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While fast food restaurants are definitely convenient, with their low prices and quick service Cheap Derrick Johnson Jersey , this convenience is not worth the additional pounds brought on by chips and fries. As you enjoy your vacation keep this in mind: avoid fried foods. While this is always good advice to follow, it is even more important to abide by while traveling.
While vacationing you will likely burn fewer calories each day than you would burn at home Cheap Marcus Peters Jersey , and you are consuming more calories due to your schedule of eating out. You are walking a fine line, and eating fried foods would throw you right over the edge. A gram of fat contains 9 calories as compared to the 4 calories that proteins and carbohydrates carry-so you can see that consuming fried foods will drastically increase your caloric intake.
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TORONTO, March 23 (Xinhua) -- Canada's main stock market rose for a second straight day on Thursday, as gains in Health Care and Financial sector led a day where nearly all of the top-ten sectors rose.

The Toronto Stock Exchange's benchmark Standard & Poor'sTSX Composite climbed 85.15 points, or 0.55 percent to end the day at 15,433.61 points. Nine of the ten sub-groups finished the day ahead.

Health Care saw the largest percentage growth on the day, gaining 1.33 percent after United States House of Representatives delayed the voting of President Trump' s health care bill due to not enough votes. As a result, Quebec-based pharmaceutical firms Knight Therapeutics Inc. and Valeant International Inc. saw shares rise 2.62 percent and 1.96 percent, respectively. Meanwhile, medical marijuana distributor Canopy Growth Corporation shares bounced back with a 4.53 percent surge on the day to close at 10.16 Canadian dollars (7.61 U.S. dollars).

The TSX Financial group also posted strong gains, rising 1.00 percent. Toronto-based Manulife Financial, Canada' s largest insurance firm, led the group with a 2.02 percent jump to 23.23 Canadian dollars (17.40 U.S. dollars) and was the number one traded stock on the day with a volume of nearly eight million.

Meanwhile, Royal Bank of Canada, the largest bank in the country saw shares advance 1.50 percent to 96.64 Canadian dollars (72.38 U.S. dollars). Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce also finished with gains of 1.04 percent and 1.65 percent, each.

The remaining groups to close higher on the day were: Industrials (1.02 percent), Consumer Staples (0.63 percent), Information Technology (0.57 percent), Consumer Discretionary (0.51 percent), Energy (0.44 percent), Telecommunications (0.41 percent), and Utilities (0.36 percent).

The Industrials group was fuelled by the country' s two largest railway companies. Montreal-based Canadian National Railway Company shares rose 1.16 percent to 96.73 Canadian dollars (72.45 U.S. dollars), while Calgary-based Canadian Pacific Railway Limited saw shares tick up 0.84 percent to 194.36 Canadian dollars (145.58 U.S. dollars).

Montreal-based Bombardier Inc. saw class B shares slip 0.50 percent to 2.01 Canadian dollars (1.51 U.S. dollars).

The TSX Energy group finished ahead despite crude oil conti.

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