Easy Late Night Diet Dinners You Can Eat and Still Lose Weight

Easy Late Night Diet Dinners You Can Eat and Still Lose Weight


Easy late-night diet dinners you can eat and still lose weight Integral to anyone’s lifestyle is the time of day you do certain things Like eat the norm I would suppose is breakfast before 8:00 a.m. Lunch around noon and dinner between 5-7 p.m. If you talk to most any dietitian personal trainer Nutritionist, etc Most if not all will tell you to avoid the eating meals after 7 or 8 p.m If your lifestyle fits the above model I would recommend that too Simply because your body processes slowed down during sleep And when that happens you are more likely to convert carbs to fat rather than using them up But there are millions of us that work shifts and cannot or would not me go to bed hungry There are however some things you can do that mitigate the damage so to speak one in your late-night meal Avoid starches simple carbs that is to say keep away from pasta white bread including fast-food buns white potatoes hash browns and fries and sugary foods of all sorts to Do use plenty of protein Best sources are turkey salmon tuna and chicken because they have the smallest percentage of fat The reason for this is pretty simple your body cannot store protein So if you give it more than it needs to repair the daily damage it ships the rest out as waste Plus having all its needs met. You are less likely to wake up hungry 3 if you are not a shift worker, but need a snack before bed think fruit or fiber Oatmeal wheat toast fresh cherries and grapes are also good night snacks that may actually aid the sleep process The meals I build my night meals with veggies and meats I like so while I do occasionally use fish salmon, or tuna, I more often use some of the turkey options I like and chicken as well You should know that many of the turkey options I use are in place of beef or pork This has evolved over the last few months for two reasons first The economics of turkey turkey is cheaper than beef or pork I do usually have a healthy portion of beef or pork on the weekends when I’m not counting calories So the second reason is Turkey rolls in at around half the calories of either and the turkey products. I buy lend themselves to easy calorie counting Veggies I started out using canned veggies But I’m transitioning to the frozen veggies because they have a lot less sodium and I get a half portion more and again It’s easier to figure stuff out when it’s four portions per bag instead of 3.5 portions per can. Additionally there are more choices in the freezer than in the cans slammer, sausage and green beans one pkg four servings Kroger all-natural cut green beans 1/2 pkg three servings Eric pre sliced turkey smoked sausage two teaspoons grated Parmesan cheese in a 1 quart saucepan Empty the green bins first and add water just below halfway to the top of the green beans Add the sausage on top cover cook on medium-high until water is boiling for two to three minutes Drain the pot serve on a plate and garnish with Parmesan cheese 475 Cal’s hammer B CMM 1 pkg 4 servings Kroger all-natural broccoli and cauliflower 10 e a 1 and 1/2 servings Kroger meals made simple turkey meatballs one can two servings Kroger value mushrooms pieces and stems empty contents of broccoli and cauliflower and drain mushrooms in 1 quart saucepan Fill with water to just below the top of the veggies add The meatballs cook on med high aprox 10 minutes should boil long enough to cook the frozen foods drain the saucepan and serve 440 cows three pepper salmon spinach dinner one pkg four servings all-natural cut leaf spinach 1/2 pkg two servings all-natural 3 pepper and onion blend 1 pkg six ounces chicken of the sea pink salmon Empty contents of spinach and one half bag of three pepper blend into one quart saucepan fill with water to just below the veggie line empty contents of salmon pouch on top and cover and cook for Approximate he drain and serve 350 Cal’s as you can see You get a full plate of food Plus by cooking the meat on top of the veggie as much of the fat drains off when you drain the pot but enough lingers To butter the veggies the variations here are endless I Also use meat rubs to spice things up a bit by putting a pinch or two Over the meat in the pot and let it steam down into the veggies, but the very best part of it all Is that it takes a whole ten minutes or so to make your meal? That gives me time to drink a glass of cold water before and I have another one With the meal I do this at every meal so I only need a couple more glasses of water a day to reach my hydration goal now these Combinations can of course be mixed and matched and that gives you 36 Variations or more than a whole month of eating from just the above-mentioned ingredients

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