Low Calorie Diet Food Guide
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  • 1. Low Calorie
    Diet
    Food Guide
  • 2.
    • What do you mean by Low Calorie Food?
    Low calorie foods are determined through its caloric content. In order for a food to be considered low calorie, it should contain 40 or lesser caloric content. Most low calorie foods are fruits and vegetables which is actually beneficial to a dieter because apart from being low in calories, they are also healthy helping a dieter meet daily nutritional requirements.
  • 3.
    • Low Calorie Food Guide
    Low calorie foods need not be hard to prepare or to find in fact, most of these low calorie foods are found just about everywhere. The key here is to keep a close eye on the amount of serving to stay within the expected daily caloric intake of the low calorie diet.
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  • 4.
    • Breakfast bars – crunchy bars like granola bars are very satisfying delights that are great for breakfast and snacks, low calorie but filling.
    • 5. Soups – nutritious and delicious soups make such a great dish you just need to be label savvy as there are manufacturers that list more than one serving per can. A portion of soup contains about 150 calories so 2-3 servings are fine.
    • 6. Lean meat – a great way of making up the most out of lean meat is by using it for sandwich and add in low fat mayo and mustard—it’s filling and definitely low cal!
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  • 7.
    • Dried fruit – the beauty of dried fruit is that it’s sweet but will not cause weight gain. Around 30 to 50 grams of dried fruit per day is very healthy and a tasty treat. Great choices are dried plums, apricots and figs.
    • 8. Low calorie snacks – the reduced calorie version of crackers and chips are great snacks because it gets you into thinking that you are still feeding on your crunchy favorites and you keep off from binging.
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  • 9.
    • Condiments and spreads – just because you’re on a low calorie diet doesn’t mean you deprive yourself even of these. You might be surprised to find out that mustard happens to be zero calories and that the caloric content of ketchup depends on the brand. As for mayo, you can opt for the fat-free kinds. But definitely not included in the list are butter and margarine, even if you choose the fat-free ones, you will notice something different with the taste so it’s still useless.
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  • 10.
    • Drinks – water is definitely at the top of the drinks list because it not only keeps you hydrated but it also helps in eliminating fat. You may also include sugar-free drinks, diet sodas, tea, and fat-free hot chocolate.
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  • 11. For more details
    please visit
    Healthy Balanced Diet