7-Day Low Fat/Low Salt Diet Plan by Carolyn Humphries

By Carolyn Humphries

Imagine you've been instructed that such a lot of of your favorite dishes at the moment are off-limits: chocolate, cake, roast potatoes, or no matter what. good, that is the prospect that medical professionals deal out to expanding numbers of sufferers each day. With this in brain, we commissioned solid home tasks author, Carolyn Humphries, to plan a weight loss plan, which got rid of the damaging fats and salt with out elimination all of the favorite 'sinful' meals to boot. the following, Carolyn explains the future health matters after which, in a seven-day recipe programme, indicates readers how they could swap their consuming conduct with no sacrificing solid, relaxing, pleasurable meals.

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100 g/4 oz/1 cup strong plain (bread) flour 75 g/3 oz/¾ cup plain (all-purpose) flour 10 ml/2 tsp easy-blend dried yeast 5 ml/1 tsp low-fat sunflower or olive oil spread, plus a very little for greasing 60 ml/4 tbsp skimmed milk About 60 ml/4 tbsp hand-hot water Cornflour (cornstarch) for dusting 90 ml/6 tbsp low-fat fromage frais 60 ml/4 tbsp reduced-sugar strawberry jam Sift the flours into a bowl and stir in the yeast. Melt the spread in the milk. When hand-hot, stir into the flour mixture with enough of the hot water to form a very soft, sticky dough.

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Unfortunately, people tend to use more of it because they think that being a mixture of mineral salts, it is good for them which is not true, of course. So in the end, using it doesn’t reduce their sodium intake at all! A salt substitute contains only potassium chloride. It tends to have a rather bitter after-taste which some people find unpalatable. If you have a kidney disease, using a salt substitute may actually be dangerous, because your kidneys may not be able to excrete the increased amount of potassium you consume and this may lead to a raised level of potassium in your blood.

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