Avoid Ordering Foods Described With These Two Words

July 9, 2018

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It has gotten a lot easier to eat healthy when eating out but as we've mentioned many time before, some foods that seem to be healthy are actually laden with saturated fats, salt and calories!  One simple trick to detect potential healthy food saboteurs is to avoid foods that are described as "crispy" and "crunchy." Those two words usually mean the food has been deep-fried or contains high amounts of sugar or fat - as these foods give the crunch. While it may sounds healthier to order your salad dressing on the side. Let's be honest, the dressing is what makes a salad taste good and an oil-based dressing actually helps your body to absorb fat-soluble nutrients found in vegetables. Lastly, while it might feel counter-intuitive you should always go to eat out with dessert in mind. That way when you order food, you order less of it with the idea of saving room for desert.  Most of the time when you are finished with your meal, you aren't hungry for desert anymore and you've avoided overeating!

SOURCE: Daily Mail

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