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    qktjr is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default Diet with low oil/fats quantities?

    In the last couple of years I started cutting the quantities of fats (basically extra virgin olive oil) that I use when preparing my recipes. Usually I use a single tablespoon of olive oil, or a similar quantity of butter, for each recipe (for two people) and non-stick pans. And I try to avoid recipes with those succulent cheese!

    This heroic strategy ends on saturday night and starts again on monday… The sunday lunch is sacred!!!

    Is there anyone else following this virtuous route?

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    IcookInAnApron is offline Assistant Cook
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    May I ask a question? Have you done your research into fats and what they do within your body?
    It appears you follow the politically correct way of thinking. Am I wrong?

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    IcookInAnApron is offline Assistant Cook
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosegqgraham View Post
    I have been dieting all my life, and most of those diets have been low-fat. I was recently diagnosed with diabetes, and my whole eating style has changed.I watch carbs now instead of fat--strong portion control of all breads, sugars, starchy vegetables. I don't worry about fat (much). Fat makes me feel satisfied, so I do use butter or olive oil on my veggies and don't necessarily trim all the fat off my meat.I have lost 50 pounds this year, pretty much painlessly. Lots of veggies, plenty of meat, and an ocasional treat of bread or pasta. I never have had a sweet tooth, so I don't miss sugary stuff, and I am perfectly happy with diet soda.I am not a nutritionist, just a person who has fought her weight all of her life, and tried every diet known to mankind.
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    You are a living testament to the fact that low fat is not the way forward... I hope you stay on this path and keep on learning. I wish you good health.

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    marktwin is offline Assistant Cook
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    A healthy mind stays in a healthy body and to have a healthy body one should choose the right health products according to there body requirement.


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    Last edited by marktwin; 12-30-2011 at 11:12 AM.

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    zhikim528 is offline Assistant Cook
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    Quote Originally Posted by qktjr View Post
    In the last couple of years I started cutting the quantities of fats (basically extra virgin olive oil) that I use when preparing my recipes. Usually I use a single tablespoon of olive oil, or a similar quantity of butterR4i, for each recipe (for two people) and non-stick pans. And I try to avoid recipes with those succulent cheese!http://bolgr4igold.memebot.com

    This heroic strategy ends on saturday night and starts again on monday… The sunday lunch is sacred!!!

    Is there anyone else following this virtuous route?
    Thanks for the information!!
    Last edited by zhikim528; 03-05-2012 at 06:05 AM.

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