Healthy Alternatives That Also Taste Better

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Written By Sam Wright / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

One thing that puts a lot of people off the idea of eating healthy is that the food they're eating will be, well, dull. But lets take a second to actually think about that. All this fatty food that you're desperately going to miss - how great is it exactly?  

Were basically talking about the taste of fat, salt, and sugar. That's three flavors. Three flavors that, lets be honest, you've had a lot of. Would it be so bad to try out something new? Come on! Live a little!

At a minimum we need at least 10 percent of our calories to come from fat, but the typical American diet exceeds this amount. Dietary fat is categorized as saturated or unsaturated. Saturated fat is found in meats, butter, cream, ice cream and other foods with animal fat. Trans fat is a man-made fat found in some margarines and packaged bread. Unsaturated fats monounsaturated and polyunsaturated should be the dominant type of fat in a balanced diet because they reduce the risk of clogged arteries. Foods containing unsaturated fats include avocado, nuts, and vegetable oils such as canola and olive oils.

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With the help of activists such as Jamie Oliver and Michelle Obama, the market for health foods has seen huge expansion over the last decade. Gone are the days when health food meant rice cakes. There's a whole host of new and exciting options on the menu, and if you're willing to experiment, you're going to find mealtimes get more delicious as well as lower in the bad types of fat.

Heat It Up

Salt, fat, sugar - these are the three tastes that make up most of the food you're afraid of abstaining from when you switch over to a healthier diet. This leaves, well, everything else - there's literally every spice ever discovered. By applying the right spices you can make even the blandest, dullest, healthiest looking meals into a fireworks display of tastes. Whether you're the sort of person who likes to stick their tongue in an inferno of spice, or you want something a bit milder or subtle, the options are endless.

A Bit More Fruity

The sugar we have in most of our food is derived from one plant. But sugars turn up all the time in nature. By switching to fruits you open up a whole new palette of dessert flavors. Apples, bananas, raisins - these are healthy and delicious. You're worried about missing ice cream? Why not try some sorbets or frozen fruit yogurts? Making a cake? Why not substitute the sugar and half the butter for apple sauce?

Meat Is A Flavor Not A Meal

The trouble with so much cooking today is that we tend to get a big chunk of fairly bland tasting meat and then work out ways to try and make it taste like something. However, by using less meat you give yourself the option of buying better meat. Instead of slathering something in best-value bacon - you know the kind which oozes about half a pint of water into the frying pan when you're cooking it - why not just add a light sprinkling of really good prosciutto? Instead of having a huge roast, why not try turkey recipes that just use the most flavoursome parts of the bird?

This is the paradox people always seem to miss when they talk about dieting. By being more selective about what you eat you can make sure that everything you eat is worth it, and an experience to be enjoyed, rather than just cramming the nearest objects into your mouth to keep you fueled for another three or four hours.

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Written By:

Sam Wright is a freelance writer and cooking enthusiast. Subscribe to our Trusted Health Club newsletter for more information about natural living, natural health, oral health and skincare.

Reviewed By:

Founder Ray Spotts has a passion for all things natural and has made a life study of nature as it relates to health and well-being. Ray became a forerunner bringing products to market that are extraordinarily effective and free from potentially harmful chemicals and additives. For this reason Ray formed Trusted Health Products, a company you can trust for clean, effective, and healthy products. Ray is an organic gardener, likes fishing, hiking, and teaching and mentoring people to start new businesses. You can get his book for free, “How To Succeed In Business Based On God’s Word,” at www.rayspotts.com.


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