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Low Fat Diet For Good Health

If you want to lose weight, then a diet low in fat can help you in maintaining healthy weight. If you maintain healthy weight, it will reduce the risk of diabetes, stroke, heart disease and many kinds of cancers. Low fat diet is also useful in other conditions like gallstones.

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If you want to achieve these goals, the low fat diet should be balanced and include a good amount of minerals and vitamins.

There are innumerable number of low fat foods. Normally, a diet low in fat contains foods like:-

If you want to take a low fat diet, you should take diet that helps in reducing fat. One should avoid eggs, cheese and butter. Other foods that contain high quantities of fat include sauces, salad dressings, pastry and sponge.

The number of calories per gram are higher in fat when compared to carbohydrates/proteins. That is why, if you reduce fat, you can reduce calorie intake as a whole.

Foods like whole grained brown bread are more recommended as they turn into blood sugar more slowly when compared to non-whole grain(for eg. White bread). The extra nutrients and fibre that are present in whole grained bread are healthier than the white bread.

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A good amount of fruits and vegetables should be included in your daily diet. We should also keep it in our mind that some amount of fat is important for our body. It helps in building membranes that prepare our body cells. Fat also keeps our skin and hair healthy.

People with diabetes sometimes criticise a low fat diet because they have to rely on carbohydrate as a source of energy. This results in increased glucose levels.

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Fats have been classified into good fats and bad fats. These are also known as saturated fats and unsaturated fats. Good fats are present in avocados, oily fish, nuts etc. These fats are very beneficial for us.

Bad fats are found in dairy products and meat. These are also called saturated fats. There is a debate whether saturated fats should be labelled as bad. Hydrogenated fats also come under the category of Bad fats. These fats are used to increase shelf life, taste and consistency of processed food. Trans fats have also been found to be bad for the body.

Best Thermogenic Fat Burning Food

Not many people know that food can help in burning fat. If you consume right food, it can start thermogenesis which can burn fat very fast. There are many foods that can increase metabolic rate by suppressing symptoms of slow metabolism. It is necessary to know when you can consume these foods. In this blog post, we share with you a list of fat-burning foods.

  • Green Tea

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Green Tea is a very thermogenic beverage. This is due to the presence of caffeine, catechin polyphenols and noradrenalin. This helps in stimulating brown adipose tissue thermogenesis. As green tea is loaded with antioxidants, it is a great detox drink. It is recommended that you daily have a cup of green tea for melting fat and detoxification. Try this Green Iced Tea Recipe.

  • Nuts

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Nuts are thermogenic in nature. They are a great source of minerals, vitamins, healthy fats and dietary fiber. This helps in increasing satiety, aid detoxification and reduce inflammation. Thus keeping your cells active and promoting normal functioning. The metabolic rate increases if the cells work properly. Some good nuts include pistachios, walnuts, almonds, macadamia and pine. Try the recipe of Walnut Spread.

  • Eggs

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Eggs are very delicious and filling. Whole eggs contain good fat, protein, vitamins,           minerals and essential fatty acids. Various researchers have concluded that eggs when taken for breakfast help in increasing weight loss and satiety. Eggs can be had in the form of poached, boiled, scrambled or sunny side up. Try this Poached Egg recipe.

  • Kale

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If you consume kale, it checks blood sugar levels after meals. If the levels of blood sugar are not in check, it can lead to weight gain, type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance. You should prepare kale smoothie/blanch kale and consume it with eggs to help in weight loss. Try the recipe of Braised Kale Frittata.

  • Lime

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Lime is full of fiber, minerals, vitamin C and different phytonutrients. Lime contains antioxidants, which help in removing harmful oxygen radicals. This helps the cells in proper functioning. As a result, all the physiological processes are taken care of and thus help in metabolization of food. Try the recipe of Cilantro Limade.

  • Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds help in lowering serum lipid levels and glucose levels. They are rich in fiber and increase satiety. Thus preventing fat absorption. Chia seeds reduce inflammation and increase sensitivity to insulin. You can add chia to your breakfast or smoothie for flavor. Try the recipe of Blueberry And Chia Quinoa.

  • Coffee

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Coffee is another beverage that increases the thermic effect. Coffee has been found to increase metabolic rate and fat oxidation. If black coffee is consumed without any artificial sweetener, it burns fat. Try the recipe of Cold Brew Coffee.

  • Fish

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Fishes are a good source of omega 3 fatty acids. They help in decreasing inflammation, triglyceride levels and increase good cholesterol(HDL). Such physiological changes regulate genes and cell functions, thus increasing metabolic rate. Try the recipe of Fish Curry.

  • Lean Meat

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It is not easy to digest protein easily. If you consume good protein, it can increase metabolism. Lean meat like chicken breast, lean pork and ground turkey reduce consumption of animal fat. Try the recipe of Salmon With Tomato Basil Relish.

  • Dark Chocolate

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Dark chocolate can increase the thermic effect of food, thus increasing metabolism. It helps in curbing fat synthesis and helps in reducing carbs and fats absorption in the body. It makes you feel full. Try the recipe of Dark Chocolate Ganache.

Recipes for Ageing

Ageing is a natural process and everyone ages with time. When we pass the age of 60, we undergo some hormonal and structural changes. Some other problems that manifest include drop in appetite, oral problems, decreased digestive health and slow metabolism besides some common health problems like heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and osteoporosis(especially in women).

That is why, it is important for senior citizens to take care of their health and avoid chronic health issues. Those who cross 60, should concentrate on meals which are rich in nutrients and are easily chewable and swallowable. The food should also be easy to digest.

Some things that you can follow are:-

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  • You should consume 2 litres of water everyday. Dehydration may result in tiredness, constipation and dizziness.
  • You should increase your protein intake. One of the healthy vegan dish that is high in protein and low in fat is khichdi. You should also occasionally try eggs and lean meat as they are rich in protein.
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  • It is necessary for women to not miss the consumption of calcium, especially those who have osteoporosis. You should include dairy items like paneer, curds, butter milk along with broccoli, ragi flour and greens. Those who are obese must go for low fat dairy food. Some of the high calcium dishes include Rajasthani Pakora Kadhi and Date and Apple Shake.
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  • Refined foods like semolina and maida can be swapped with whole grains like oats, quinoa, jowar and barley.
  • Nuts and oil seeds that are rich in Omega 3 fats include almonds, flaxseeds, walnuts etc. Some healthy dishes that you can include are Flaxseeds Dry Chutney and Walnut Sheera.
Alsi Dry Chutney
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  • You should remove extra spice from your meal as it can be irritating for your gut.
  • Use of fresh herbs like parsley, coriander and mint leaves will help in making your meals pleasing and increased appetite.
  • Avoid buying processed and salty foods like packaged soups as they are high in sodium content and increase cardiovascular diseases and hypertension.
  • Fried foods and sweets should be consumed in limited quantities and once in two weeks.
  • Some medications that you take at this age may decrease your appetite and cause gastric problems. So, it is recommended that you consume food that is easily digestible like cooked vegetables, dals, rice, oats porridge, Dahiwali Toovar Dal, Bajra Khichdi and Strawberry Yogurt.
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  • Exercise should be a part of your daily routine. Daily exercise for half an hour is necessary. Activities like yoga and brisk walking will help.

8 Vitamin D Rich Recipes

Vitamin D, which is an important nutrient helps in bone health. This vitamin helps in fighting osteoporosis and bone thinning. It is not easily found in the diet.

When you sit in the sun everyday for sometime, your body starts preparing vitamin D. But this is not easy due to factors like where you live, season, if you use sunscreen and your skin colour as darker skin requires more sun to prepare vitamin D.

Although vitamin D is present in your diet, there are some foods that naturally contain it. In this blog post, we have collected a list of recipes that can help in increasing your vitamin D levels:-

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One of the fatty fish that is rich in vitamin D is salmon. Some salmons contain more vitamin D then others. It has been found that 3 ounces of sockeye salmon consists of 450 IU of vitamin D. When you use sockeye, each of the serving will provide you 900 IU of vitamin for protecting bone.

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Cow’s milk is normally filled with vitamin D. A one serving of this shake will offer you 50 IU and a good amount of calcium. Ice cream does not generally contain vitamin D, but some brands of yogurt are rich in vitamin D. One can also try vitamin D rich soy products like Silk Original Soymilk which consists of 120 IU of vitamin D.

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If you prepare this soup with special mushrooms that have been exposed to ultraviolet(UV) light, it will be rich in vitamin D. Mushrooms produce vitamin D when they hit sunshine. This recipe of Mushroom Soup contains around 300 IU of vitamin D.

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Egg yolk is filled with vitamin D. An egg yolk contains around 40 IU vitamin D, which is equal to 7% of allowed diet of 600 IU.

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This pudding contains 2.5 cups of milk and two egg yolks. It provides 55 IU of vitamin D in one serving.

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Parfaits are very easy to prepare and delicious. Try using vitamin D rich yogurt and Greek yogurt.

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This cocktail can help you in getting vitamin D. It provides 25 IU of vitamin D.

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This bruschetta is very easy to prepare. You can use canned light tuna for getting maximum vitamin D.

10 Nutritious Broccoli Recipes

Broccoli is a very exotic vegetable. It is similar to cauliflower, which is commonly found in every household. Broccoli actually comes under cabbage family. Its name is derived from “broccolo”, an Italian word which means flowering top of cabbage plant. According to experts, broccoli was first cultivated in Europe, 2000 years. It was spread to other countries by the Italians. It is one of the most nutritious vegetables. It is very exotic dish with crisp, dark green and solid florets. It has a long history that is well known.

During a state dinner, president Obama said that broccoli was his favourite vegetable. Broccoli ranks fifth in popularity around the world. Although, the 43rd president of United States, George Bush disagreed with this and banned broccoli from being served to him. He said that he didn’t like the vegetable.

Some people believe that cooking broccoli is boring. Broccoli is juicy, firm and fresh. It needs to be rightly cooked. When you boil broccoli in boiled water, its cells break down faster. When you have less time, cut the broccoli, put some olive oil and salt on it and put it in the oven. Broccoli florets can also be grilled, baked or sauteed. When you cook broccoli, make sure that you give away steam and let the florets absorb flavor and not get pulpy.

In this article, we have collected 10 recipes that you must try in order to get the best of this vegetable:-

  • Baked Broccoli
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    Broccoli is combined with fresh, creamy cheese to give you very easy to prepare dish.

  • Cream of Broccoli Soup
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    This soup is very healthy, creamy and perfect for consumption in winter.

  • Broccoli Pasta
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    This is a very tasty and easy pasta recipe. You can add pepper rather than chilli flakes. One can add chicken too.

  • Roasted Bell Pepper with Broccoli Salad
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    Broccoli, spring onions and red peppers are all tossed together and mild seasoning and apricots are added.

  • Spaghetti Lo Mein
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    Those who like Lo Mein must try this recipe. You must prepare all ingredients in advance.

  • Garlic Shrimp Ramen
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    This Asian style noodle contains shrimp, garlic and broccoli. This is a delicious dish that is prepared in less time.

  • Broccoli Casserole
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    Broccoli Casserole is very easy to prepare. It has a wonderful flavor. You can add Parmesan cheese and cayenne pepper.

  • Creamy Broccoli Soup
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    This is one of the best broccoli soup that you will taste. This is good for a light lunch when you combine it with spinach, avocado and broccoli.

  • Broccoli Cheddar Soup
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    This recipe was given to me by my mother. Organic Vegetable Broth can be used instead of Chicken because everyone loves natural spices and other flavors.

  • Shrimp And Broccoli Fettucine
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    Fettuccine is combined with garlic shrimp, broccoli and lemony cream sauce. These are topped with fresh tomatoes.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day With These Yummy Recipes

Every February 14, we celebrate Valentine’s day throughout the world. The loved ones exchange flowers, gifts and candy in the name of St. Valentine. Valentine’s Day and its saints have mysterious history. February is also known as the month of romance. St. Valentine’s Day has traces of traditions of both ancient Romans and Christians. Who was Saint Valentine, and why is he associated with this rite?

There are three different saints in the Catholic church including Valentine/Valentinus. According to a legend, St. Valentine served during third century. During that time, Emperor Claudius II said that single men were better soldiers as compared to those with wives and therefore he decided that marriage should be banned. St Valentine realised that this was wrong, so he performed marriages secretly. But soon Claudius found out about the actions of Claudius gave a death sentence to him.

According to another legend, St. Valentine may have been killed for trying to help Christians escape Roman prisons.

In this blog post, we have collected a list of recipes that you should treat your valentine with:-

  • Molten Dark Chocolate Cake

     

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    If you want to make sweet dessert for your dinner party, mini chocolate cakes will be great for you sweet tooth. They are filled with ooey-gooey chocolate.

  • Death By Chocolate Cake

     

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    This delicious dessert is prepared with three mouth-watering layers of chocolate cake. Rich chocolate buttercream is spread over each layer. The whole cake is coated with chocolate.

  • Creme Brulee

     

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    This is a really delicious dessert. It is served with mangos, strawberries and raspberries.

  • Chocolate Covered Strawberries

     

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    Everyone loves chocolate covered strawberries. They have a crunchy shell and cool, sweet strawberry inside.

  • Strawberry Shortcake Cheesecake

     

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    This is a favourite dessert of everyone. It has rich flavors of cheesecake, tart, sweet and summertime dessert of strawberry cheesecake.

  • Nutella Cheesecake

     

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    The No Bake Nutella Cheesecake is really thick, creamy and smooth. It is filled with Nutella and is very delicious.

  • Red Velvet Poke Cake

     

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    The Red Velvet Poke Cake is perfect for any occasion. Celebrate Valentine’s day with this yummy cake.

  • Raspberry Chocolate Cupcake

     

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    Celebrate Valentine’s day with raspberry chocolate cupcake. It is topped with 2 layers of ganache and creamy raspberry cream frosting.

Top 5 Recipes of Chocolate Cake

Chocolate cakes are something that everyone loves. When you indulge in this delicious dish, you are in a different world. Chocolate cake is a complete treat for the senses. In this article, we have collected 10 chocolate cakes for everyone who love chocolate.

  • Chocolate Fudge Cake 

    Photo Courtesy: RecipeTin EatsThis cake is so delicious that you want to try it often. If you are having chocolate cravings, you must try this chocolate cake. Silky and smooth chocolate filling is done between dark chocolate sponge that is topped with more filling and cream frosting.

  • Mexican Chocolate cake

    Photo Courtesy: Mr. FoodIf you want to savour lots of chocolate, then this recipe is for you. This is a soft and spongy chocolate cake that has silky smooth frosting.

  • Chocolate Ragi Cake
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    This cake uses Ragi(millet) flour instead of refined flour. This gives the cake a lovely and crumbly texture and great taste.

  • Chocolate Gateaux 
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    This cake is really delicious. The cake is served with whipped cream and strawberry compote. Orange juice is added to cake batter to give it a citrus taste.

  • No Bake chocolate Biscuit Cake 
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    This flour-less chocolate cake does not need baking. It feels like a cheesecake. The body of the cake is prepared with crushed biscuits and melted chocolate. The cake has the dressing of delicious chocolate ganache.

Top 10 Foods rich in Omega-3

There are many health benefits of Omega-3 fats. It is a fact that fats are needed to carry out various important functions of the body. Many nutrients are soluble in fat. Without fats, the body cannot avail the benefits of the nutrients. Our body can create most fats except omega-3 fatty acids. These fats, which are necessary can be had only through diet.

Omega-3 fats come under polyunsaturated fatty acids(PUFA). The 3 main kinds of PUFA include DHA, ALA and EPA. DHA can be got through breast milk, algae or fish. EPA, which is also known as Eicosapentaenoic acid is found in oily fish/fish oil like cod liver, mackerel, herring, menhaden, sardine and salmon. It is also found in different phytoplankton and seaweeds. ALA is present in plant-based sources like flaxseed, chia seeds, nuts, vegetable oils etc.

Omega 3 fats are necessary for functioning of human body. In this article, we have collected a list of foods that are rich in Omega 3 and a list of delicious recipes that have this content.

  • Soybeans

Soybeans are very rich in Omega-3 fats. They contain ALA, which is good for heart. A bowl of soyabean has more omega-3 than cold water fish.

Try the recipe of Soybean Pancake.

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Walnuts are great for your health. They can be added to your favourite dishes. They have many vascular benefits in addition to maintaining ideal weight.

Try the recipe of Walnut Halwa.

  • Salmon

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Salmon is very rich in Vitamin D. It is full of Omega 3 fatty acids, phosphorus and protein. Salmon has very high levels of EPA, DHA and Omega-3. These fats help in reducing inflammation. If you consume salmon, twice or thrice a week, it can lower your high blood pressure, embolism, arrhythmia and risk of heart attack.

Try the recipe of Salmon.

  • Canola Oil

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It is one of the healthiest cooking oil. It is cheaper than olive oil and is good for high temperature cooking as well. It is good for health because of its low fat content.

Try the recipe of Blueberry Muffins with Canola Oil.

  • Sardines

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These fishes are tiny and oily. They are not as expensive as other types of fishes. They contain high sodium and you can balance your meal with vegetables and sodium fruits.

Try the recipe of Spanish Sardines.

  • Cod Liver Oil

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Cod Liver Oil is a great food supplement. Cod Liver Oil is got from the liver of cod fish. Besides being high in omega-3 fatty acids, the oil is full of vitamin A and D. So, if you take in a tablespoon of cod liver oil, it will satisfy need for these nutrients.

Watch this video for health benefits of Cod Liver Oil.

  • Anchovy

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These are tiny and oily fish that are found in a jar of oil. They are small fish that have more than 100 species found in Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans.

Try the recipe of Anchovy.

  • Caviar

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Caviar is prepared with fish eggs or roe. It is a very luxurious food item and is often used as taster, starter or garnish.Caviar is very high in choline and has very low omega-6 fatty acids.

Try the recipe of Mushroom Caviar.

  • Flaxseeds

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These are small brown, yellow seeds. They are grounded, milled and used to make oil. These seeds are the richest source of omega-3 fats like ALA. Flaxseed oil is a great supplement of omega-3.

Try the recipe of Blueberry Flaxseed Pancake.

  • Chia Seed

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These seeds are very nutritious. They are a rich source of phosphorus, calcium, manganese and other nutrients.

Try the recipe of Chia Jam.

Top 10 Protein Sources for Good Health

If you want to lose weight and feel satisfied, it is necessary to increase your protein intake. Protein helps in building muscle mass. Most of us rely on very few sources of protein. This can result in fatigue for your taste cells and can effect your body by reducing health boosting food that is rich in protein.

In this blog post, we have collected a list of food that is rich in protein:-

  • Eggs

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    One of the most nutritious and healthy food is whole egg. They are full of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, healthy fats and other nutrients necessary for brain. Although whole eggs are high in protein, egg whites have only protein content.

    Try these egg recipes: Cajun Eggs, Deviled Eggs, Egg Curry

  • Almonds

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    Almonds are very popular tree nuts. They are full of nutrients like fiber, manganese, magnesium and vitamin E.

    Try these almond recipes: Almond Creme, Almond Cookies, Almond Cakes, Almond Meringues

  • Chicken Breast

     

     

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    This is a very popular food that is rich in protein. When you eat it without skin, it is full of protein. It is very easy to cook and is delicious.

    Try these chicken breast recipes: Corn Flake Chicken Breast , Lemon Marinated Chicken Breasts, Blackened Boneless Chicken Breasts

  •  Oats

     

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    One of the healthiest grains are Oats. They are filled with fibers, manganese, magnesium, vitamin B1 and other nutrients.

    Try these oats recipes: Oat Biscuits, Tropical Oats, Oat Cookies

  • Cottage Cheese

     

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    This type of cheese is very low in calories and fat. It is filled with phosphorus, calcium, vitamin B12, vitamin B2, selenium and many other nutrients. Some other kinds of cheese with high Protein content include Parmesan cheese, mozzarella, swiss cheese and cheddar.

    Try these cottage cheese recipes: Cottage cheese pasta, Cottage Cheese Pancake, Cottage Cheese Salad

  • Greek Yogurt

     

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    This is a very thick yogurt and is also known as strained yogurt. It is delicious in taste, has creamy texture and is filled with nutrients.

    Try these Greek Yogurt recipes: Greek Yogurt Pancake, Greek Yogurt Parfaits, Strawberry Greek Yogurt Cake

  • Milk

     

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    This is a very nutritious drink. Many people don’t like this drink but if you enjoy it, it can be a great source of protein. Milk also contains all the nutrients that are needed by the body. It has high content of phosphorus, calcium and riboflavin(vitamin B2).

    Try these milk recipes: Groundnut Milk, Banana Milk, Rose Milk

  • Broccoli

     

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    This is a very healthy vegetable. It is full of vitamins(C, K), potassium and fiber. It is also filled with nutrients that can help fighting cancer. Broccoli is very high in protein.

    Try these Broccoli recipes: Broccoli Salad, Broccoli Soup, Curried Brocolli

  • Lean Beef

     

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    Lean beef contains very high protein and is delicious. It is full of iron, vitamin B12 and other nutrients.

    Try these Lean Beef recipes: Lean Beef Kebabs , Lean Beef Stroganoff , Lean Beef Enchiladas

  • Tuna

     

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    This popular fish is low in calories and fat. It has high protein content. Tuna contains a lot of nutrients and rich amount of omega-3 fatty acids.

    Try these Tuna recipes: Tuna Tartare, Tuna Burger, Grilled Tuna, Tuna Meatballs

Celebrate Christmas With These Tasty Recipes

New Year is coming and everyone is planning ahead for the celebrations. All the family and friends will gather around to celebrate the New Year. In this article, we have collected a list of recipes that you must try this New Year:-

  • Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms

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    Rachael’s stuffed mushrooms contain the filling of onions, peppers and Sweet Italian Sausage.

  • Sour Cream Coffee Cake

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    This rich and tender coffee cake has a finishing of nutty cinnamon sugar and also has a maple glaze drizzle.

  • Bacon-Wrapped Pineapple Shrimp

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    Use pineapple and bacon to wrap shrimp and make it crispy by sauteing. It is very sweet and salty recipe.

  • Prosciutto Bread

    Photo Courtesy: Me So HungryThis appetiser is easy to prepare. It is prepared with French bread dough and slices of prosciutto that are shaped in the form of a log.

  • Lemon Capellini with Caviar

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    This is a perfect recipe of lemony buttered pasta that is topped with caviar. It is best for special occasions. It can be prepared very fast.

  • Cinnamon Buns

    Photo Courtesy: Food NetworkPre-made bread dough is used to prepare these Cinnamon Buns so that these can quickly get to your breakfast table.

  • Good Morning Muffins

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    This sweet orange muffin is prepared with cinnamon-sugar topping. It is very easy to prepare for breakfast and is very healthy.

  • Chocolate Hazelnut Tart

    Chocolate Hazelnut Tart

    Photo Courtesy: Te CakeChocolate Hazelnut Tart is perfect for New Year celebrations. The chocolate chips form a rich batter and has pieces of nutty hazelnuts.

  • Breakfast Bake

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    Hearty egg bake can be prepared ahead and soaked till breakfast time. You can use crusty stale bread as it absorbs more creamy egg custard.

  • Breakfast Sausage Casserole

    Photo Courtesy: My Baking AddictionThis is a very easy breakfast casserole. It uses croutons and the bread is cubed. You can use sage sausage for fragrance.