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How to Eat Healthy During Winter

How to Eat Healthy During WinterOne of the comforts many turn to during the winter is food. With colder temperatures, no one is eager to wear a bathing suit, which means most are free to indulge in foods theyíve been avoiding all summer. However, cold weather is not an excuse for falling into bad eating habits. Although there is no need to show any skin during winter, it is still important to eat smart and stay healthy. This will not only keep your body in top condition but will also give you a head start on your bikini body for next summer.


One of the challenges that come with winter weather is the temptation of fatty holiday meals and snacks. As hard as it may be to overcome this, there are ways you can satisfy your appetite without packing on the pounds. One of the easiest ways to continue good eating habits is to include a good helping of fruits and veggies with each of your meals or as in between meal snacks. Cold weather brings about its own type of foods, mainly vegetables, so it will be in your best interest to learn how to eat these food items and include them in new recipes.


When eating vegetables, many pile on the fatty commodities such as salt and butter. Break this habit and turn to a healthy alternative to livening up the taste of your veggies by adding olive oil or fresh herbs. These items help enhance the vegetables and associate foods as opposed to covering up the taste. Steaming vegetables is also a great way to bring out the natural juice and flavors.


There is also a healthier way to eat meat during the winter as well, which means you donít have to give up your favorite main course. While grocery shopping, it is important to learn how to choose the right kinds of meat and how to prepare them. To avoid red meat that is high in saturated fats and cholesterol, youíll want to opt for the following cuts of meat: top round steak, sirloin, tenderloin, and eye of round, to name a few. These cuts carry less fat and are lower in cholesterol and saturated fats. If you happen to buy red meat with a lot of visible fat, then simply trim it off and toss it. To avoid drying out the meat too fast, cook leaner meats at a lower temperature for a longer amount of time. This cooking method allows the meat to stay juicy and soft, while preserving its natural flavors.


Cold weather also means loving warm meals so turn to soups to keep yourself and your family warm and full this winter. If you decide to make your soups from scratch, be sure to toss in your favorite vegetables and chopped slices of meat for added flavor.


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