Smart Food Replacements

Smart Food Replacements

As you go about your diet program, one thing that you should be considering is what you can use as food replacements for some of the higher calorie items on your list.

Many people often think that they need to do a complete diet overhaul in order to see good results from their fat loss program.

This, however, isn’t the case at all. As long as you keep a few key things in mind, you can very easily put together a diet plan that will satisfy your taste buds while helping you burn up body fat.

The first trick is to always practice moderation.  After all, it’s your total calorie intake at the end of the day that’s going to matter most, and if you are using moderate serving sizes, this will really help out in this regard.

Second, it’s a good idea to think of smart food swaps you can use that will easily allow you to satisfy your cravings without contributing too many additional fat and calories.

Let’s look at a few for you to consider.

Pasta For Spaghetti Squash

The first swap to make is to exchange out your usual serving of pasta and go with some spaghetti squash instead.  Spaghetti squash has the same texture as regular pasta does and while it will taste slightly different, it can easily be used instead of usual spaghetti in your meatball dishes.

For the carb-lover who just can’t do away with her beloved plate of pasta, this can be the perfect solution.

Oatmeal For Granola

The next food swap to consider is oatmeal for granola.  Store bought granola is often incredibly high in sugar, fat, and calories, so must be avoided.

Instead, toast your own oats.  Simply place them in a pan over medium heat, stirring constantly for 3-5 minutes.

Add in some almonds, sunflower seeds, and any other nut or seed you desire and you’ll have your own home-made granola that’s much healthier.

Cottage Cheese For Sour Cream

Another quick change that will easily improve the nutritional value of your diet is to exchange cottage cheese for some sour cream.

Sour cream is very high in saturated fat and will add unnecessary calories to your daily intake.

Go for cottage cheese instead.  It’s high in protein and it’s of the casein variety so will keep you feeling satisfied for a longer period of time.

Frozen Bananas For Ice Cream

Finally, if you’re an ice cream lover who just can’t get past their craving, try frozen bananas instead.  These have a similar texture to that of ice cream but will obviously be fat free and high in potassium.

They’ll also pack in some dietary fiber, so they will be far more filling than that bowl of ice cream as well.

There you have some smart food swaps that you should be considering in your diet plan.  Rather than trying to make a complete diet overhaul, just keep these simple changes in mind and you’ll be headed towards success.


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