How to reduce fat in food
- 1 How to reduce fat in food
- 1.0.1 Beware of hidden fats!
- 1.0.2 Refrain from sauces
- 1.0.3 Refrain from spreadable fats
- 1.0.4 Measure salad oil correctly
- 1.0.5 Liposuction
- 1.0.6 Radishes clean out fat cells
- 1.0.7 Choose hearty bread
- 1.0.8 Grate cheese finely
- 1.0.9 Fruit - always with yogurt!
- 1.0.10 Snacking is allowed
- 1.0.11 Chew while cooking
Discover simple tricks on how to reduce fat in food and quickly save on lots of calories during the day and get a step closer to your dream body almost from alone.
You don’t see, and often you don’t taste them – but they make you fat. Hidden fats hide, especially in cheese, sausages and convenience food. Therefore: Pay attention to the fat content already when you are shopping. Usually, the fat content is specified on the packages. Rule of thumb: Don’t eat more than 1,8oz of fat per day.
Refrain from sauces
Side dishes such as vegetables taste even without creamy sauces: steam vegetables in vegetable stock and spice up with fresh herbs or spices.
Refrain from spreadable fats
Soft cheese, quark or mustard are excellent as a lightweight alternative to margarine and butter.
Measure salad oil correctly
For salads, one tsp olive oil per person is enough. Thus you will save fat, and the body still can absorb the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.
No, not at the surgeon, but with paper towels. Whether meat, fish, poultry - whatever you fry or roast, put it on both sides on kitchen paper before you serve it. The kitchen paper sucks excess fat completely.
Radishes clean out fat cells
Enjoy six radishes before each lunch and dinner. They bind fat and smuggle it out of the body without being used.
Choose hearty bread
Hearty bread (e.g., whole grain or spelled bread) have so much flavor that it also tackles the taste buds with not that much of it.
Grate cheese finely
For browning of vegetables, casseroles, and gratins you don’t have to do without cheese. If you grind it finely, you only need small amounts. Ideal for this is Parmesan or Grana Padano.
Fruit - always with yogurt!
Of course, you should eat a lot of fruits, but not in significant amounts. Fruits contain pure fructose. If you overeat of it, it even ends up on your hips. Tip: If you eat more than three pieces of fruit a day, then combine it with low-fat products (yogurt, kefir) - the reduces the fructose.
Snacking is allowed
Before you grab milk chocolate, try it with 1 bar of dark chocolate (at least 70% cocoa). It keeps the blood sugar stable and reduces cravings for more.
Chew while cooking
When you’re preparing food, it's best to chew on sugarless gum. Then you do not even be tempted to try the food again and again.