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Five Cooking Mistakes That Cause Fat Gain

Keeping weight off can seem like a never-ending challenge. However, there are some easy things you can change in th...

Five Cooking Mistakes That Cause Fat Gain

 

Keeping weight off can seem like a never-ending challenge. However, there are some easy things you can change in the kitchen to avoid piling on the pounds unnecessarily.

 

Here are five common mistakes people make when cooking that can cause avoidable weight gain.

 

1. Using too much oil

 

If you watch cookery programs, you probably see TV chefs slathering on tons of olive oil while cooking. The truth is, you rarely need this much oil to cook effectively.

 

If you are generous with the oil, try halving the amount you use. You’ll probably be surprised to find that it causes no problems, but you will have drastically reduced your calorie intake.

 

 

2. Frying, when baking will do

 

Do you succumb to the temptation to have fries with everything? If so, it’s time to switch to jacket potatoes or oven-baked wedges. They’re just as tasty, but far more healthy.

 

3. Using full fat milk

 

Recipes for cakes and batters sometimes specify full-fat milk, but much of the time, low-fat alternatives will work just as well. Step down from full fat and your calorie intake will drop effortlessly.

 

4. Overdoing the carbs

 

The US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) recommends a significant daily carb intake, so beware of diets that encourage you to cut carbs out completely. However, you could probably make do with less. Try to increase the amount of protein, fruit and vegetables on each plate.

 

 

5. Snacking in the kitchen

 

It’s very tempting to continually delve into the fridge while you’re cooking, but this guarantees fat gain and probably results in you wasting some of the food you have worked hard to cook. Save the snacks for if you’re still hungry after your meal!

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