How to Eat Healthy – Lose Weight Fast and Easy.

 How to Eat hHow to eat healthyealthy with low fat foods?

Low fat crisps (110 calories, 1.5 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 2 grams of fiber per ounce – OK. 30 g)
    Baked Tostitos (110 calories, 1 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 2 grams of fiber per ounce – OK. 30 g)
    Triskviti reduced fat (120 calories, 3 grams fat, 0 g saturated fat, 3 grams of fiber per ounce – OK. 30 g)
    Tortilla chips, reduced fat (130 calories, 4 g fat, 0.5 g saturated fat, 1 grams of fiber per ounce – OK. 30 g)


How to Eat Healthy?

 Avoid trans fats.

No doubt you’ve heard of problems about trans fats (bad they increase and decrease good cholesterol). Well, guess in which foods are most often mute their voices?

   Snacks – such as small crackers, cakes and pies, frozen fried foods and biscuits for the microwave.

   Anything with “partially hydrogenated vegetable oil” from the first three ingredients on their label is suspicious.

   Some manufacturers do well with changing recipes so as to eliminate trans fats, but still be careful.
3. Be label detective.

Do not decide whether to buy a food product based solely on the advertising banners on the front of the pack.

   Read the label and nutritional content behind. This will show you what the manufacturer calls a portion of the food.

   Get ready for a surprise – what they call the portion and what you actually eat can be quite different.

   The label describes the nutrient content of calories, grams fat, saturated and trans fat grams, and sometimes sugar.

   So if the label says one serving is 30 grams and you eat 60 or 90 g, double or triple digits in nutrient content label.

4. Be careful with energy bars.

How to Eat healthy and shop healthy

There are all kinds of energy bars advertised as a convenient and healthy foods. The truth is that these portable bars can be very comfortable.

   But a review of the labels of many different energy bars indicates that the choice of one dessert that often comes to choose the lesser evil.

   Namely, to select what is most important to you – taste, fat, fiber, protein, sugars? Generally taken if they are low carb desserts that have low fiber content and / or a higher fat content.

   (Some even contain much saturated fat.) And if they are very tasty, probably contains at least 12 grams of sugar per serving.

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Continue to Part 3How to Eat Healthy“.

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