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Platinum Soursop

by gold stone (2019-03-12)


Watch for these Platinum Soursop Review key words when ordering your entree: grilled, baked, broiled, roasted, poached; chicken, fish, steak; ask for no butter or sauce on top. Make sure you ask for the smallest, leanest cut of steak on the menu: monster-size fatty steaks top the charts with more than 40 grams of fat and 800 calories. A sensible portion of meat is around 3 oz for girls and 5 oz for guys (roughly the size of the palm of your hand). Run away from anything described as: fried, basted, braised, au gratin, crispy, scalloped, pan-fried or stuffed. I know all of that sounds mouth-watering but at an average of 30-50 calories per bite trust me, you're better off going for the healthy stuff guilt-free For your sides choose grilled or steamed vegetables; steamed white, brown, wild or jasmine rice; pasta with light tomato-based sauce. Say no to risotto (loads of butter make even rice taste like a splurge!), huge plates of pasta with meat sauces, white sauces or even pesto which although made with healthy olive oil is very high in fat. Be mindful of your starch portions: a serving should be 1/2 cup to 1 cup while most restaurant dishes contain at least 2 cups. Think "computer mouse" not "basketball".I don't use the word "never" too often but it might fit well here: try to never order your own dessert at a restaurant (especially if you're a woman, are dieting or working hard to maintain your weight). Try splitting it with someone else at the table. As a woman, our daily calorie banks go up to between 1,600-2,000 calories maximum; to spend half of your calorie money on a dessert is just not wise.It should go without saying but if you're going to refrain from eating a lot of sugar it wouldn't make any sense to drink it instead. Ditch the soft drink and have diet soda or sparkling water instead. Choose unsweetened iced tea with lemon over sweet fruity iced tea.https://diethours.com/platinum-soursop-review/