Reducing Calories in Recipes
Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Comparing Calories in Foods Via Cooking Methods
Going from fat to thin can be as simple as readjusting the foods on your plate at mealtime.
Just look at the table below to see the effect that a bit of rearranging can have on the old bath scales.
Choosing foods closest to nature cuts calories by more than two-thirds. A tip: Look for foods found in their natural wrappers - such as bananas and other fresh fruit, veggies, nuts and seeds.
Caloric comparison of same foods that have been cooked via different preparation methods.
Just look at the vast caloric difference!
The foods closest to Mother Nature contain about 2/3rd's the number of calories and significantly lower dietary fat grams.
Calorie Comparison, More Natural Foods vs Foods Containing Added Fats
Calorie Snapshot - How Trimming Fat From the Daily Diet Trims Fat From the Waistline...
Who would think that a cup of macaroni and cheese, 1 cup of green bean casserole, a wedge of bread and 1 chicken breast could add up to so many calories?
Although all of these foods are delicious, so are their lower-calorie counterparts. And when it comes down to the bottom line, isn't getting rid of that excess weight worth the small sacrifice?
Bottom Line: Cutting fat in the diet helps trim fat off the waistline. Enjoy the flavors offered by Mother Nature and Father Earth rather than foods flavored with fat.
If you're trying to drop those extra pounds, the following words may sound very familiar because they are popular foods when it comes to weight loss: boiled eggs, grapefruit, rice cakes, low fat cottage cheese and tuna...
Each day will end with a blended fruit snack that can be enjoyed anytime from after dinner to just before bedtime...
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