Monday Motivation: Vegetables at the Center

Fall is here and the holidays are around the corner! Tis the season for amazing food, dinner parties holiday drinks etc. How do we compromise eating the foods we love while being mindful of our health. Well we have a suggestion that will satisfy your taste-buds and be kind on your waistline, directly from Our E-book 50 Simple Ways to Lose Belly Fat Without yo-yo dieting.

Stuff your food with wholesome ingredients, you’ll be eating as much food, but reducing your caloric intake. Here are a few examples of this:

• Take your hamburger and scoop a hole in the middle of the

meat before you cook it. Fill it with some type of vegetables such

as: mushrooms, olives, or whatever else you like. Then, if you’ve

used the recommended serving size of three ounces, you’ve made

it look much bigger, made it be more filling, and made it much

leaner. If you would have added more ounces of hamburger to

make it that size, it would have been much less healthy.

• Stuff your meatballs with grated carrots, zucchini, or squash.

This will add vitamins and moisture as well as size to your

meatballs without changing the flavor. You’ll be able to make your

meatballs bigger, and not add calories and fat.

Try these simple tricks and come back and let us know how you like it.

by: Keiana Armani Certified Fitness Trainer

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