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Make Smart Choices for Light Meals Make Smart Choices for Light Meals
Susan said, “Some light meals or snacks may not be healthy options even though their portions are smaller. They can be high in calories and fat. A 100g of deep-fried wonton, for example, contains 420 calories and 29g of fat (Table 1). Alternatively,...
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Healthy Cooking Methods and Natural Flavours Healthy Cooking Methods and Natural Flavours
Susan suggested to have dishes cooked by steaming, blanching﹐ baking and quick stir-frying with little oil to reduce fat intake. She expressed that the calories and fat content of the same foods may vary greatly when cooked by different...
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Consuming a Variety of Foods to Attain Balanced Diet Consuming a Variety of Foods to Attain Balanced Diet
Summer is coming close. When you find yourself lack of appetite in hot weather, a light meal can perhaps be a good solution. Light mealism refers to a low calorie, balanced, natural, light flavoured and 70-percent-full healthy eating concept which highlights simple lifestyle. Generally, a light meal...
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Avoid Party Food Traps Avoid Party Food Traps
Avoid Party Food TrapsTammie said, “Party food like appetisers and snacks are small bite-sized, which can be easily over-consumed. It is recommended to limit your intake to one or two pieces for each kind of snack.”Some fruit flavoured drinks only contain a small amount of fruit juice. Instead, they...
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Simple, Natural Sauces Enrich Flavours Simple, Natural Sauces Enrich Flavours
Tammie said that it is important to be vigilant on the fat content of sauces, such as Béchamel sauce, and cream cheese sauce, as they are always made of butter, cheese and cream which are high in fat content. It is recommended to choose sauces that are cooked with tomatoes, pumpkin and spinach. Ready...
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