Tips For Proper Cooking While Loosing Weight

Tips For Proper Cooking While Loosing Weight
1. Soup 
If you cook mushroom soup, you can add 1-2 tbsp of oil. If you do not add the oil, you can eat soup with 1 tsp sour cream 10-15%

2 Sauce
When baking/stewing meat/fish or meatballs we do not use additional fats, but you can use this sauce:
  • 100 ml of water, 
  • 1-2 tbsp
  • sour cream
  • black ground pepper.
  • Stir and pour over the meat/fish
So the dish will be juicier.

3. Salads 
Salads can be filled with soy sauce or balsamic vinegar instead of salt. Instead of salt, you can also add dried shredded kelp to the salad!

4. Garnishes
Garnishes can be seasoned with broth from stewing meat/fish or broth from soups. Taste changes and calories are almost not added.

5. Soups  
Extremely healthy and delicious soups are best cooked on vegetable broths. The best vegetable broths are broths that remain after cooking potatoes, pasta or peeled beets and carrots, and other vegetables. We even recommend such broths in children's nutrition and nutrition of sick people.

6. Fish When preparing fish, you can marinate it in advance. So it turns out more juicy and tasty.
  • Marinade: 1 tbsp. soy sauce (or balsamic vinegar), 1 tbsp. olive oil, 1 tsp lemon juice, spices to taste. Salt be added to taste. Marinate from 3 to 7 hours. The fish will be tender.
7. Fruits

Appetite increases after fruits, especially after apples. To prevent this, bake the apples. You can do it with a spoonful of cottage cheese or cinnamon. Baked apples are better for digestion than fresh ones.

8. Drink 
You can drink tea/coffee together with breakfast, but other meals are better left without final tea, BUT! dry food is desirable to wash down with small sips of clean water.

9. Nuts 
Nuts are better to buy in shells and to clean before use. Only such nuts can be useful to the fullest. Nuts contain a lot of fats (more than 60%), these are fats that oxidize when exposed to air and can be harmful.

10. Legumes
Legumes must be soaked for a minimum of 4 hours before cooking. After that cook. After this procedure, they become more digestible for the body.

11. Potatoes
Potatoes are a leader in potassium content. And potassium is often lacking in the body. To keep potassium in the potatoes, tubers need to be cooked/baked in the peel. When cooking peeled potatoes potassium goes into the water, that's why decoctions from cooking potatoes are useful as a basis for soup.

12. Bread
When we eat bread, it is advisable not to eat fresh) Let it be slightly dried (in a toaster, oven or just on a plate). By the way, such bread is lighter in weight, as part of the liquid goes out of it.

13. Cheeses
Choosing cheeses, focus on the composition and price. Unfortunately, better cheeses are not cheap cheeses, because real cheese can't be cheap. it takes a lot of milk to make it.

14. Ground grits
When cooking cheesecakes/curd casseroles, you can use any ground grits instead of flour, you can also take coconut flour, and you can mix the usual flour of the highest grade with bran — it turns out quite healthy and useful product!

15. Oils
It is advisable to use different oils for salad dressing. That is, to fill vegetables not only with olive or sunflower oil but also with other: corn, sesame, black term, etc. But oils should be bought in small bottles, so as not to store for very long.

16. Coffee
Coffee should be natural! The best thing is to grind the beans and brew coffee at home. Only so you can be sure that your drink is a natural healthy drink, not a surrogate.

17. Tea with ginger Many people like to drink tea with ginger, especially in the autumn-winter cold. It's helpful, but! Ginger and lemon juice increase appetite! And you need to know if your appetite is already very active.