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If you love your junk food, it can be hard for you to give it up. Chew slowly to decrease the amount of junk food you eat. Snack on high protein snacks and manage stress to reduce junk cravings. Replace sugary desserts with fruits to pack on the nutrients. Eat before grocery shopping to avoid getting unhealthy foods. Plan your meals to prevent impulsive eating. Switch unhealthy habits with healthy ones for a few weeks.
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The key to eating out with acid reflux is to practice mindful eating. Have early dinner meals, at least 4 hours before bed. Avoid reflux triggers like coffee, carbonated drinks, fatty, spicy foods, etc. Inquire about your dishes to the waiter and chew your food slowly and thoroughly to help digestion. Keep desserts light and wear comfortable clothes.
These desserts focus on bringing out the natural sugars in foods. They combine these foods with healthy additions which add protein, fiber and added nutrition. Try out the all-fruit popsicles, sweetened cottage cheese, chocolate covered strawberries, peanut butter mini sandwiches, banana soft serve, and no churn sorbets. You definitely won’t miss any of the added sugar or fat when you taste these delicious treats.
Reap the benefits of tea by adding them to your dishes. Make your breakfast oatmeal more flavorsome adding tea leaves to the water or milk you use. Add ground tea leaves to the marinade you use for meat or vegetables. Enhance the flavor of your baked goodies like cookies, desserts, and smoothies with tea leaves.
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Somehow, we just can’t bring ourselves to eat as much of them as we ought to. Why? Because we don’t like vegetables. Here is the ultimate cheat guide for those who aren’t major fans of veggies. From green smoothies and vegetable noodles to crunchy, baked chips and delectable desserts – these helpful pointers will make it so much easier to match up to your daily recommended intake of vegetables.
Buying fresh produce, looking at baked good labels, using specific grain varieties, and eating unsalted snacks can help you maintain your low sodium diet. When you go to a restaurant, choose fruit or vegetable appetizers instead of bread and soup. Also, use lemon juice and pepper instead of salty dressing for your main course and eat unsalted sides. Fresh fruits, sorbet, and frozen yogurt are ideal options for when you’re on a low sodium diet.
Bring a mix of 18 oz coconut milk, 2 teaspoons ground turmeric, 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/8th teaspoon black pepper, a pinch of sea salt, and 1/4 cup maple syrup to a simmer. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Freeze the mixture overnight. Add some olive oil for extra creaminess and whisk. Freeze the mix for another 4 hours.
Sugar doesn't have to be your villain during a weight loss regime. One can still enjoy dessert by paying attention to portion sizes, choosing low-calorie options, planning meals and checking the calorie count of favorite treats. It also helps to eat dessert slowly and savor the flavors helping you eat less and feel satisfied. Adding things like protein, fiber, and healthy fat can also help slow the absorption of sugar. If you can make your own dessert, you can control what enters your body and swap out ingredients for healthier alternatives.
Adding herbs and spices to your desserts makes up for any lacking flavor. Try adding nutmeg, cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, mace, and allspice to your pies and cakes to make them tastier. If you want your desserts to have a mild licorice-like taste, try anise or fennel seeds. Mint gives desserts like ice cream and fruit salads a refreshing taste.
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Homemade granola bars are great as a sugar-free snack. Mix 1½ cups oats, 1 cup toasted crispy rice cereal, and ½ cup dried raisins or cherries. Liquefy ½ cup brown rice syrup on low heat and add 1 tsp vanilla extract, ¼ tsp salt, ½ tsp cinnamon or pumpkin spice, and 3 tbsps peanut butter. Pour this on the oats mixture and press it to the base of a greased pan. Bake for 30 mins in an oven preheated to 325 F. Slice out granola bars.
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