The Big Game is almost upon us, that day when everyone else is eating fried, greasy, salty, fatty snacks. But if you’re on a low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar diet as I am, my first suggestion would be you host the party so you can control the menu. If that’s not possible, bring your own food along. … Continue reading “Low-salt, Low-fat recipes for Super Bowl”
If you’re searching for a soda that isn’t sweetened with high fructose corn syrup, sugar or the various artificial sweeteners in diet sodas that some people are fearful of these days, Zevia is worth a try.
I buy my swordfish frozen at a local Trader Joe’s. If you’re lucky enough to be near a fresh fish store that sells it, all the better. Enjoy!
Once mixed, spoon back into your potato skins and cook under a broiler until the tops get brown peaks. Add chives or parsley to them as well if you like and serve. If you can handle the added salt, you also can add some fat-free mozzarella to get some cheese on them.
My wife took 15 cups and filled them with fat-free, sugar-free chocolate pudding she made for our dessert, topping them with tiny pieces of cut-up fruit. That’s another great party option for your Super Bowl guests.
Two shells have only half a gram of fat and 15 mgs of salt, so you can actually eat a bunch and not consume all that much fat and salt.
This year, I’ve tested out a new variety of salt-free potato chips that I found at Whole Foods, Michael Season’s. I tried two varieties, Herb Garden Ranch and Asian Bar-b-que.
So I’m ready for kickoff and you can be too, just search out the low-salt, low-fat treats out there.
Holidays and special events like the upcoming Super Bowl LII (or the big game as most marketers’ now call it because they can’t use the term Super Bowl) often are the most difficult times to stay on your preferred eating plan, be it low-salt, low-fat and/or low-sugar. I’ve written a lot about this over the … Continue reading “Big Game low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar menu options”
Happy New Year everyone!