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Tips To Save Your Diet And Eat Healthy At Restaurants!

Who doesn’t love enjoying a lunch or dinner out at a restaurant?

It’s extremely hard to try to follow a healthy lifestyle especially if you are out at restaurant and surrounded with a company who enjoys food without sticking to a healthy lifestyle.  

NO MORE WORRIES!

Just follow this tips and get to know how it’s possible to stay healthy and enjoy dining out..

Check The Menu Before You Go:

By knowing what cuisine you’ll be having, it can help you figure out what to order and makes you a pro in picking the right healthy choice.

Skip the word “creamy” or “crunchy” in the menu:

 Creamy typically means heavy dairy or cream, and crunchy typically means fried. Both are loaded with extra calories.

What to eat for Breakfast?

There is a wide variety in every restaurant and it will always depend on which type of restaurant is selected, items to look for on the menu:
Scrambled eggs (or egg whites)
An omelet with veggies (Skip the cheese)
Soft boiled eggs
Beans with Baladi Bread (only 1 Sandwich)
     Oatmeal with dried fruit and nuts; you can use honey or maple syrup.
     Plain yogurt with granola and fruit
Fruit bowls are always a great side option
Roast Beef Sandwich – brown baguette – mustard for (spread)


What to eat for lunch?

Protein – Choose grilled, steamed, broiled or baked salmon, chicken, fish, or other type of meat.

Veggies – Load up on salad, root veggies, green veggies… whatever your heart desires.

Healthy carbs – Sweet potato or Whole wheat pasta, Rice, quinoa, or brown rice noodles.

Healthy fats – nuts, avocado, fatty fish, and olive oil are all great healthy fats.

SOS – HOW TO ORDER HEALTHY DESSERET?

SORRY, NO SUCH A THING.
 Have a cup of coffee instead. If you are dying for a dessert just have a bite or a spoon and it won’t hurt anyone.

If you follow these simple tips, you will wave goodbye for every excuse to eat unhealthy foods and still enjoy eating out!

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