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Best diet recipes

  1. 1. Best Diet Recipes Are the best things in life truly free? For food perhaps not, especially if you want healthier food choices which are usually made with more expensive ingredients. However, the best recipes that promote health can be found free online, shared amongst friends or researched from a cookbook borrowed from a school or library. Wholesome foods that not only promote weight loss but also improve health on different aspects can be considered a notchabove a simple low-calorie, low-fat dish. For those on a diet, the best recipes additionally address otherhealth concerns like diabetes, improve heart health and overall digestion without side effects.An example of a good dish is pretty much any green vegetable salad with a dressing accompaniment.The high fiber content of green leafy vegetables aids in digestion and provides a good amount ofmicronutrients. Salad dressings however can be laden with saturated fat, artificial ingredients andpreservatives.A better version of this would be one that’s topped with dried fruits and raw nuts and served with a low-fat dressing like a simple herb vinaigrette. Dried fruits boost the nutrient content while nuts providegood fats and protein.The best salad need not be expensive or difficult to prepare. An excellent salad that’s good for dieterscan stand on its own without other dishes to complete nutrient levels. It undoubtedly uses all organiccomponents like romaine lettuce and arugula, beet root, carrots, cherry tomatoes powered up with raworganic nuts and superfoods like blueberry or goji berry. For dressings, organic ingredients like mustard,vinegar and extra virgin olive oil can be whisked together with natural sea salt and fresh herbs.These “best in class” diet guidelines can definitely be applied for anydish from soups (use low sodium broth or better yet make it yourself),entrees (go for free-range grass-fed meats) and desserts (sweetenwith low-glycemic alternatives rather than refined white sugar).When preparing diet-friendly food, it is important to know what healthconcern is top priority and work around this to create a great tastingdish. Low-fat, low-cholesterol, low-carb, high-fiber, high-protein, vegetarian, vegan are some categoriesto start with. A dish can be vegan, low-fat and high-fiber at the same time without much effort but toobsess one’s self to creating a perfectly healthy dish is impractical and virtually impossible as it will notbe applicable for everyone.

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