Recipes Under 250 Calories
Dietary recipes under 250 calories: If you decide to go on a diet, there are many possibilities. The low-carb diet does without carbohydrates, while the Stone Age diet only puts unprocessed food on your plate. Whether it's food combining, low-carb or low-fat, many diets have one thing in common - a calorie deficit. If you want to lose weight, you have to burn more calories than you consume.
Calories - what is the daily requirement?
The basic nutrients in our food have a different content of calories (kcal). One gram of carbohydrates has 4 kilocalories just like one gram of protein. One gram of fat has 9 kcal - more than twice as much. The daily calorie requirement is different for each individual. How many calories we should or may consume daily depends on several factors.
Gender, height and weight, age and the extent of physical performance play a major role. If we consume more calories over a longer period of time than we can burn through physical performance, this inevitably leads to weight gain. However, you do not need to go on a zero diet to lose weight successfully. With EAT SMARTER's dietary recipes under 250 calories, you not only conjure up delicious dishes for the whole family, but also lose weight on the side.
In this EAT SMARTER cookbook you will find, besides refined recipes, such as poached eggs in vegetable sauce also dishes like Mushrooms a la crème,so a well-known recipe that EAT SMARTER has optimized to make it less caloric. Our dishes convince with fresh ingredients, great spice combinations (chili = fat burner) and easy preparation. Click through our cookbook and discover how delicious low-calorie and low-fat recipes can be, which are prepared simply and deliciously!
Save calories while cooking
In addition, you can save a few extra calories with a few simple cooking tricks: For sausage and cheese, use light poultry slices instead of greasy salami and Harz cheese, which is fat-covered, instead of hard cheese. In addition, in many recipes (such as casseroles and the like), half of the cream required can be replaced by milk. It's best to use coated pans for frying - because then you need much less fat than with conventional ones.