I need to get really serious about this healthy eating thing. I did really well for a while, then fell off the wagon, did better, fell off again. I looked into joining Weight Watchers and I really can't afford it right now so I'm going to stick with SparkPeople. The thing is, I've always had serious issues with food. There is nothing I enjoy about eating. Nothing. I eat because I have to. I've tried to find something to enjoy about it...new recipes and something that just really pleases the taste buds. I went out and bought all kinds of cookbooks. Nope. And because there is nothing I enjoy about it and I hate to cook I often eat things just because they are convenient or take little time to prepare...not because they are healthy. Usually convenience foods aren't healthy. Although, I do buy some weight watcher's meals and they're pretty good. Because of this, I know as much about food as I do about the stock market. Which is not much. I hear you ladies talking about this Fiber cereal and/or bar. I know fiber helps keep you regular, but what is it that makes it part of a healthy diet? Is it that it keeps you full longer? And what is, exactly, lean protein? Is it white meat or do other things count? I'm sure there's more, but that's a good start. Thanks.