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21 Super Simple Ways To Decrease Your Fat Intake

21 Super Simple Ways To Decrease Your Fat Intake



A quick slideshow recommending 21 Super Simple Ways To Decrease Your Fat Intake

A quick slideshow recommending 21 Super Simple Ways To Decrease Your Fat Intake



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    • 21 Super Simple Ways To Decrease Your Fat Intake
    • #1 ‣ Limit meat to 3 or 4 oz (85-115 g) per serving. Buy lean cuts and trim all visible fat before cooking. Go for the extra-lean ground beef, or choose a lean cut and ask the butcher to grind it for you. www.MarciLall.com
    • #2 ‣ Take off the skin from poultry before eating it. In some cases, this can be done before you cook it. www.MarciLall.com
    • #3 ‣ Refrain from buying pre-based turkey. They’re often injected with coconut oil, butter, and other unhealthy fats. www.MarciLall.com
    • #4 ‣ Bake, grill, broil or roast meat, fish, and poultry. Utilize a roasting rack to drain off the fat as the meat cooks. www.MarciLall.com
    • #5 ‣ Cook stews and soups in advance. Chill and skim off the set fat, and reheat. www.MarciLall.com
    • #6 ‣ Stay away from fried foods. When sautéing use a nonstick pan and vegetable oil spray. Cook in broth, wine, tomato or fruit juice instead of oil. www.MarciLall.com
    • #7 ‣ Purchase low-fat (1%) or skim milk, low-fat cheese, cottage cheese, and yogurt. www.MarciLall.com
    • #8 ‣ Mix salads with fat-free dressings or create your own with lemon juice or vinegar, mustard, herbs, and spices. If oil is in the recipe, use olive oil. www.MarciLall.com
    • #9 ‣ Get a low fat or even a fat-free substitute for mayonnaise. www.MarciLall.com
    • #10 ‣ Boil rice in a fat-free broth, flavor it with fresh herbs and scallions instead of butter. www.MarciLall.com
    • #11 ‣ Mash potatoes with low-fat yogurt or buttermilk. Add chives and parsley for some extra kick. www.MarciLall.com
    • #12 ‣ Opt for broth-based soups instead of cream soups. www.MarciLall.com
    • #13 ‣ Instead of spreading sandwiches with mayonnaise or butter/margarine use spicy mustard, horseradish, or cranberry sauce instead. www.MarciLall.com
    • #14 ‣ Don’t use non-dairy creamers and toppings, these products are usually high in saturated fats because they’re made with palm oil or coconut oil. www.MarciLall.com
    • #15 ‣ Select English muffins, bagels, or pita instead of croissants, muffins, doughnuts, or danishes. www.MarciLall.com
    • #16 ‣ When you crave something sweet go for sherbet, gelato, or frozen yogurt instead of premium ice cream. You can also choose other low-fat dessert alternatives, like fresh fruits, gelatins, meringues, and angel food cake. www.MarciLall.com
    • #17 ‣ Don’t eye ball oil…Measure it! The cup of oil you drizzle over salad or put in your frying pan contains 46 g of fat and about 400 calories. If you measure it, you’ll use less. www.MarciLall.com
    • #18 ‣ Replace mayonnaise and sour cream with buttermilk. Buttermilk may sound high in fat but it’s as low as 1 % milk. Use it when you bake or as a base for salad dressings. www.MarciLall.com
    • #19 ‣ Evaporated 2%milk can taste as creamy as regular cream. It can also be used for rich-tasting desserts. www.MarciLall.com
    • #20 ‣ Reduce the fat when baking quick breads and muffins by replacing it with applesauce, bananas, or other pureed fruit. www.MarciLall.com
    • #21 ‣ Order your cappuccino or latte "skinny" made with low fat or skim milk. www.MarciLall.com
    • For More Great Fitness, Nutrition and Weight Loss Tips Please Visit www.TheYoYoDietReport.com www.MarciLall.com