Possibly not the best time to go on a diet, but in order not to be tempted to abandon it, we present you the ten low-fat options of the season.
The high summer temperatures and the vacation period are two factors that work against weight loss diets. However, once you have decided to opt for one, you have to fight to be strong and resist ... We show you the ten low-fat foods of the season:
Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, herring, trout, sardines or tuna contain a good source of omega 3 fatty acids, the good fats that will help you maintain a healthy heart and an active brain. It is best to take two servings a week.
It helps to stop the symptoms of arthritis and favors the absorption of nutrients. Half a medium avocado contains between 115 and 160 calories.
They can be pumpkin, sunflower or sesame seeds. They all contain "good" fats and lower cholesterol. They are a good complement to any weight loss diet to snack between meals.
Nuts are good for the heart and nuts especially. Of course, you will have to control the quantities and settle for eating around seven.
5. OLIVE OIL
It is the healthiest option for cooking but the best option is to spread it in a spray so as not to exceed its intake.
Dark-colored vegetables like spinach, kale, and Brussels sprouts are the healthiest options. It is recommended to use them daily in quantities that correspond to three cups, either in salad, cooked or as a side garnish.
They consist of a great source of protein and a large egg contains less than five grams of fat. Of course, if you want to consume the healthiest option, you will have to grill them.
8. FLAX SEEDS
They provide fiber and reduce skin inflammation, but also act as a powerful natural antiaging that improves the condition of the skin. A teaspoon in the salad or in a dessert to bake will be enough.
It is a healthy alternative that supports your diet for weight control while increasing your mood, which is vital when trying to lose weight.
10. PRODUCTS WITH AN OMEGA 3 PLUS
In supermarkets you can find supplement products enriched with an extra omega 3, be it milk, eggs or breakfast bars. , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,