The usual problem with dieting is that you are forced to eat some tasteless crap. One thing I found out in my regiment is that if I give my mouth decent to strong flavoring, I usually fool the brain and therefore the stomach.

This is one example.


That is half a can of Rotel Mild (I am a wuss, but you can do the hot) half a can of Kirkland albacore tuna and 2 servings of BelGioioso All Natural Shaved Salad Blend ( shaved Parmesan, Romano and Asiago cheeses). I added lemon juice and salt for seasoning and a Mission Carb Control wrap for a whooping total of 200 calories. Not enough? Add a hard boiled egg for an extra 75 calories.

A sausage biscuit from Hardee’s? 630 calories and as good as the sucker tastes, it won’t fill me up.

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By Miguel.GFZ

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2 thoughts on “Ideas on meals for dieting”
  1. Seasoning and flavor make a huge difference in how satisfying a meal can be.

    Dried herbs and spice blends add a lot of flavor without adding a lot of calories. Sauces can be helpful or harmful there; some will add flavor for little-to-no caloric increase, but others have a ton of sugar added.

    Almost anything made at home from real food will be less bad than the fast-food version. Usually cheaper, too; doubly so with current gas prices.

  2. I started keto carnivore back in August. I eat less than 20g of carbs and as much protein as I want. I’ve lost 50lbs and haven’t felt hungry ever. The hardest thing was getting rid of tortillas and potatoes. But as much beef, butter, bacon, eggs and I’m happy.

    Check out Dr Ken berry on YouTube. I eat what I want since I never liked fruits and veggies. Only advice is make sure you get enough fat or else you’ll have a hard time on the throne.

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