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When it comes to losing weight, getting healthy, maintaining a decent weight or bulking up, you need to remember that we all have a ‘diet’ and that there is no definitive diet. Don’t look at the word ‘diet’ as losing or gaining in some cases, weight, but look at it as a lifetime thing. Because that is what a diet is. What you take in. So, delete that word from your head for 20 minutes, and relearn the meaning of the word. The Oxford English Dictionary lists Diet as;
The kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats: a vegetarian diet.

So, let’s look at the different, sustainable, and long term diets. The average diet consists of Meats, Fish, Proteins, Dairy, Carbohydrates, Vegetables and the odd treat, be that a sweet or savoury one.

We all have to eat, and at times, it is exceptionally difficult to get it right all of the time. Firstly, sometimes, we just want a greasy kebab, or a burger, which for most of us, is fine, as we don’t live off those types of food solely.

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Others it’s a matter of not having enough time, for example, every Thursday night, you work late, and by the time you’ve picked the kids up, got home, served dinner, eaten and started tidying up, it’s time to ship the kids off to bed, and you should go too as you’re in at 9:00am Friday. Again, this is a valid excuse to go for something that isn’t quite healthy food, but if it is only once or twice a month, I see no issue really. Since when did a cheeky Chinese, or an indulgent Indian kill someone when served in normal sized portions?

If you were to order an Indian or a Chinese, or any other cuisine, you’ll find that they actually overload you with food, and more often than not, you can actually split a single dish between 2 adults and a child and still be satisfied afterwards. Just think about it, do you or any of your friends really need 500g of rice/chips/pasta/noodles, 300g of a main dish, 4 sides that would easily serve 4 people if split, extra breads, chutneys, dips? Honestly, ask yourself when faced with such a gargantuan amount of food, do you really need or want all of that food?

If you’re still unconvinced, look at a bag of rice, or a bag of frozen chips, your average bag of rice is around 500g, and a bag of frozen chips or fries is normally around the 1kg or 1.5kg mark. By take away standards, that’s ? a bag of rice (it takes water in and gets heavier), and 1/3rd of a bag of chips! Noodles are slightly better, but I can’t really see anyone adopting Haddock and Noodles really.

Obviously, if you are hungry, eat. But remember, if you are trying to change your concept of food, you want to really be looking at something a little healthier, and yes that does mean Carbohydrates that come in non-processed form! So ditch the dreams of chips and opt for something a little healthier, and also a hell of a lot more filling.

The humble Jacket Potato. This tasty, healthy alternative is brilliant with a whole manner of fillings, be that Tuna and Mayonnaise, Prawns, Low Fat Cheese with baked beans, chilli, bolognaise, curry, anything you fancy, it goes well with a jacket potato.

If you think your plate looks a little bland, or bare, bulk it up with salad. Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomato, Red Onion, Peppers, Beetroot and Hard Boiled Egg drizzled in a low fat/sugar/salt dressing makes an amazing, filling and actually very satisfying salad, be that a small version for a side salad, or a large salad to satisfy a larger appetite without overloading on the junk. The beauty of salad is that you can eat loads of it without taking in a load of calories (so long as you don’t drown it in dressing).

Potatoes are actually a major part of our lives, with the vast majority of us eating them at least once a day. They’re cheap, they’re filling, they provide the stodge that helps us through the day, afternoon and evening and they are high in fibre. The potato is one of the best foods you can eat when dieting, as per 100g it contains just 322kJ of energy, 0.09g of fat, 17g of carbohydrates and 2.2g of Fibre. It also contains a whole plethora of extra nutrients, vitamins and minerals, and should you prefer to bake your potato with the skin on, the levels of nutrients remain pretty much identical.

If you are struggling with situations like these, you have a couple of options open to you, the first one is pre making food, things like warming stews, spicy chilli’s or filling lasagne’s with garlic bread are great, and the reheat really well. Essentially, pretty much anything that’s got a fair amount of liquid in it will microwave really well.

A little preparation could see you cooking it in bulk, portioning it up in to either single or group sized portions, and putting it in the freezer. Then the day before you need it, let it defrost, then reheat it in the microwave/oven/pan (use your own common sense there!), you could have one of the above dishes done and dished up in 15-20 minutes, and cooking in bulk, could well save you money also!

Although you aren’t cooking ‘fresh’ when you freeze and reheat, it’s a hell of a lot better than eating fad diet ready meals, which are full of salt, sugars, sweeteners, preservatives (and possibly horse meat!).


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