'Getting in Shape for Summer' Series: Low Fat Main Course Recipes and Tips

'Getting in Shape for Summer' Series: Low Fat Main Course Recipes and Tips

Everyone wants to be in shape for summer. Here at Recipe4Living, we're counting down until summer with low fat main course recipes!

We are getting closer and closer to swim suit season, and thoughts are turning to how we can best ready our bodies for the warm weather.  Maybe you've begun to workout.  Maybe your experimenting with new diets. Maybe you're not sure what to do. At Recipe4Living, we want to help you get on the right track. This is why we have begun a swim suit series to help you focus on getting healthy.  We are kicking this issue off with healthy main dish recipes.  Don't let anyone tell you you can't eat delicious low fat food.  We have low fat recipes for fettuccine alfredo, fried chicken and meat loaf, among others!

With just 10 weeks until summer, try our list of:

10 Low Fat Main Course Recipes

Low Fat Fettuccine Alfredo

Low Fat Meat Loaf

Low Fat Burrito

Teriyaki Steak Stir Fry

Low Fat Macaroni and Cheese

Herbed Pork with Sauteed Wild Mushrooms

Low Fat Fried Chicken

Low Fat Asian Beef and Broccoli Wraps

Low Fat Chicken Pot Pie

Low Fat Lasagna

 

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Spring can be an anxiety-causing season as people dwell on the approaching summer season where body parts are bared for all.  There are really only two things you need to focus on.  First, you should incorporate some amount of physical activity into your daily routine.  Did you notice how the word "exercise" wasn't used?  This is because that word often causes people to feel stressed about having to go to a gym. You don't have to join a gym to get healthy - you just have to move!  Take the stairs, walk around your neighborhood or take a bike ride with your kids. 

Secondly, you should improve your diet in whatever ways you can.  No drastic changes, just small, realistic changes.  Lets face it, we can't cut out entire food groups from our diet.  Instead, we need to eat a little of everything.  This means as long as you consume fats and sweets in moderation, there's no need to deprive yourself.  Besides, healthy eating requires more than slashing foods from you diet; it requires you to work on incorporating the good foods (fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc.) too.

Have a goal to make 2 small changes this week: one activity-related change and one food-related change.  And you're in luck because Recipe4Living is going to help you get started with our collection of healthy, low-fat recipes!  Incorporate some of these dishes into your weekly meal plan, and you will be well on your way to accomplishing your goals. If you like what you taste, be sure to review the recipe and let others know what you think!

If you are looking for fitness and health-related articles, be sure to check out Fit&Fab Living.

 

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