Thursday, May 30, 2013

Healthy Fat Loss Recipes

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Many people would like to live healthy lives but fail to inculcate eating habits that would help them achieve desired results. As much as you can make the gym your daily friend, the food you consume plays the biggest role in determining your wellness. You should therefore be conscious of the nutritional value of your breakfast, lunch and dinner.

If you are trying to cut weight, skipping meals is not a healthy option. Instead, look for fat loss recipes that will help you prepare balanced meals, low in fat, yet with enough calories for energy. Cooking styles can also affect the nutritional value of your food.Here are tips for a healthy diet that takes only a few minutes to prepare; that is if you lead a busy lifestyle:


Breakfast

Almond pancakes for one person

Ingredients: A cup of raspberries, half cup egg whites, quarter cup almond flour, a tablespoon of coconut oil.
You will mix the almond flour and egg, while heating oil in a skillet. Add half of the mixture into the skillet and let it cook till it browns around the edges. Flip it over and follow same process. Do the same with the remaining half. Make a sandwich with the raspberries and it is ready to serve.

This meal gives you 415 calories, 15.5g of proteins, 29.9g of fats and 13g of carbs.


Lunch for four people

Fried turnips, raisins, apples and bacon

Ingredients: Quarter cup of raisins, cinnamon, coconut oil, stevia, 3 large turnips, 2 slices of bacon sliced, a large tart, two apples (one tart and one sweet, both diced).

Heat the coconut oil for some few seconds in a heavy skillet, and then add thepeeled and diced turnips and the apples simultaneously. Sprinkle some cinnamon to your taste. Cook under cover till the contents soften. Then add bacon and the raisins. Cook till they start turning brown, carefully turning them with a spatula. When completely brown, put off the heat then add stevia to your taste.

This meal, as a whole contains 136 calories, 3g of protein, 17g of carbs and 6g of fat.


Dinner for one

Mediterranean rice

Ingredients: Squeezedhalf lemon, salt/pepper, 1/3 avocado, quarter onion, a small can of tuna, 100g of rice.

Boil the rice for about 20 minutes, and then put it into a bowl. Cut the onions in long strips and add to the rice. Add tuna to the rice after draining oil. Cut the avocado into small pieces and add to the rice. Pour in the lemon juice and add some pepper or salt. Enjoy your meal.

This one contains about 600 calories, 32g proteins, 80g carbs, and 15g fats. All the foods are low in chemical content as they are nit stuffed with manufactured ingredients.


These are well balanced meals that take very few minutes to prepare, considering the busy schedules that most people have. The low intake of fats in all the food can easily burn with a non-constraining workout. These recipes are definitely a better alternative to the fast food choices that lead to fatness and obesity. Hence, you can opt for these healthy diet options.

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3 comments:

Kate said...

Many people would like to live healthy lives but fail to inculcate eating habits that would help them achieve desired results. As much as you can make the gym your daily friend, the food you consume plays the biggest role in determining your wellness. You should therefore be conscious of the nutritional value of your breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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A cup of raspberries, half cup egg whites, quarter cup almond flour, a tablespoon of coconut oil.

John Clark said...

A healthy diet with full of vegetables and fruits always consider as a strong base for living healthy because it provides us all essential ingredients that our body requires everyday to maintain overall health. Thanks