Low Fat Recipes
Eating Low FatFor decades, health authorities have been saying that a low fat diet is better for a healthy diet. However, not all fats are created equal. Modern research shows that fat in our diet may not be the sole culprit for obesity problems in society, and that it is very important to differentiate between types of fat.
Low Fat eating is when 20 to 30 percent of calories you consume each day come from fats.
Eating low fat you will find that your digestive system will function better - you get far less indigestion. You will feel healthier and have less cravings for high fat sweets and snacks.
In short, everyone can benefit from cutting some of the fat, especially "bad" fat (trans fat etc.) from their diets, and that is precisely what these recipes will help you accomplish.