Low-fat foods for Your Health

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Take a step back and think about the foods you eat. What we put in our mouths can sometimes damage our system—leaving us full and bloated. Low-fat foods are always great to incorporate into your diet. Natural low-calorie foods can impact your system. Circulating a well-balanced diet. Lee Journals lists fat-burning foods for your health. Note: Some of these foods are not for vegetarians. Choose which food works for your diet. 


Low-fat poached eggs and smoked salmon.
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There’s a reason why people eat eggs for breakfast. One, it tastes great. Two, you can cook it in many ways. More importantly, they are very healthy. Yes, you can lose weight by eating eggs. They have low-fat calories and high protein. Eggs are a good fat burner. It’s been proven to reduce cravings. People on paleo and pescatarian diets can benefit from this. Some people go as far as having a 3-day egg diet. It requires you to eat 6 whole eggs every single day. Poached and boiled eggs are the lowest in calories. (71 and 78) Read more about paleo and pescatarian foods in the foods section.


low-fat options: grapefruit
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We understand the benefits of oranges but don’t talk about grapefruit. It’s another citrus fruit full of vitamin C. Pair a bowl of grapefruit with your breakfast. It’s a unique fruit option instead of oranges. It’s low-fat and healthy per serving. Even though it doesn’t have huge low-fat qualities, it makes you feel full. Sometimes feeling full early on is a good thing. This prevents you from overeating at dinnertime. Eating half a grapefruit can fill you up. Also, grapefruit is low in calories. You are taking in 52 calories compared to 95 calories for apples. You can also drink some grapefruit as a whole.


low-fat oatmeal
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Oatmeal is another low-calorie meal. You’ve probably heard time and time again about the dish. No matter what people say about it, oatmeal will always be healthy. It may not be the most popular, but it’s good for you. Oatmeal is filled with lots of fiber and vitamins. Keeping your body strong. You’ll find eating oatmeal is a great breakfast choice. Make oatmeal more appetizing with blueberries inside. Blueberries are low in sugar compared to other fruits. Together, you’ll be getting a low-cholesterol meal. Read 5 Whole Grain Foods to Have in Your Diet for more.

Greek Yogurt

low-fat greek yogurt
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The good thing about Mediterranean meals is that they choose natural options. Fresh salmon, fruit, and dairy. Their Greek yogurt is delicious and good for you! Compared to traditional yogurt, greek yogurt has twice as much protein. Greek yogurt is a low-fat option for breakfast. You can swap some bacon for a cup of yogurt. It serves as a light pick-me-up for your day. Just make sure you’re not lactose intolerant. Like oatmeal, add a couple of berries to flavor it up. Some greek yogurt brands to try are Fage, Chobani, and 365. Overall, greek yogurt is supposed to help gut health. One Greek yogurt is about 100 calories. 


low-fat options chickpeas
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Beans are another good source of fiber. They also have high minerals without saturated fat. Believe it or not, beans are vegetables you can pair with any meal. Have them with pasta, soup, or salad. Eating beans can also make you fuller faster. You can eat a few calories and fill full right away. Beans have about 42 calories in each serving. Of course, there are different beans to try. Chickpeas and lentils are the healthiest beans to add to your diet. Eat these low-fat options as a substitute for pasta.





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