Diet Secrets

Have you tried the Keto diet? Have you eaten animal products since birth? Have you ever eaten a diet that was this strict? Not unless you were quite exempt. In this article, I want to share with you a banquet of sorts. I would like to share with you the secrets hidden within the red pages of the supermarket.

Under NewCO 420: New Century relaxed its strict guidelines for a period of 2 years. Under this new rule, dairy products, for instance, were allowed to have “E numbers” after the name of the product, showing that the product was measured against the new guidelines.

What this basically means is that if the product mentions it’s made with less than 50% fat, it must contain a minimum of 50% fat; however, the actual fat content can be higher according to the kind of fat used in the manufacturing process.

Foods were marked with another new word, “Lite” which stood for low-fat. All the foods had to be reduced to an E number, and the dietitian would write it on the food label. Although this was a step in the right direction, the “E” in E-number does not mean that the food contains an actual percentage of fat.

To understand this further, remember that the 50% number is based on a maintenance diet which most dietitians would never recommend for their patients. The patient would be referred to a nutritionist, who might then prescribed a low-fat diet, but would you be comfortable with that? The dietitian might also recommend a specific kind of diet special diet that might be more geared to help with weight loss, or insist that you increase your consumption of fiber.

The patient is also likely to be concerned about the kind of foods he consumes. Besides fish and low-fat meats, most people who are trying to lose weight must also reduce or even eliminate cakes and pastries from their diet. Besides eggs and low-fat dairy foods, many dairy products also have lower fat content.


While it is better to be safe than sorry, it never hurts to be careful with your diet. Inconvenience

While carrying a whole cookbook in your purse for such occasions as birthdays and weddings, it would be better to avoid even the possibility of overindulging on such a flaky pastry. Originating in Italy, the meringue pie has made its way to North America, and although some might find it surprising that a pie is a hearty dish, given the cuisine of the Mediterranean, the bottom line is that it is usually lighter in calories and fats than other versions of pie.

As such, it is probably a good idea to stick with dishes that are lighter in calories and fat, such as chicken stir-fries, basic casseroles, and even sandwiches (such as chicken casserole and eggplant parmigiana). For heavier meals, it is possible to stick to regional favorites such as pasta dishes, stews, soups, and dips. Finally, for very hearty parties, it is possible to have a number of smaller portions, with larger portions on the smaller foods.