Festive season is in full swing, foodies need not get disheartened and throw out their diet chart. So big question to ask is how do we cut down on calories and go the low calorie way?
Answer to that is simple, smart and sensible eating is the way to go. Here are some tricks that will help you achieve the goal faster.You will find a deluge of sugarless sweets and low calorie savouries on the shelves now. It is easy to get tempted and buy a lot of them with the thought that consuming them may not mean a lot of calories. But beware; drop by drop does an ocean get filled! Too much of ‘low-calorie’ can also add up to too many extra calories. Secondly, there is always a trace of doubt as to what the commericalised ‘low calorie’ can mean!
Festivities mean a round of lunches, dinners and parties with a lot of snacky fried food and desserts. It is not always possible for the hostess or host to provide an absolutely ‘healthy’ menu to the guests: some people expect traditional fried foods too! But here I can suggest that you avoid whatever you think does not fit into your daily meal plan. Go for those dishes that look low in fat.
It is not so difficult to provide low calorie foods during festivals. Switch to baking instead of frying. One can bake samosas, namakparas and karanjis. You can also rustle up a variety of low calories mini idlis and dhoklas. In sweets, sugar substitutes are the answer. Otherwise use natural sources like dates and anjeer to add sweetness. It is the trend now to gift fresh fruit baskets instead of dry fruit boxes as the former are lower in calories and lighter on the wallet too!
Few pointers that will help you succeed in your low calorie endeavours:
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