Making Recipes With the Baby Food Diet
Baby food works to reduce weight gain because it is much lower in fats and proteins than regular foods. Fats and proteins are loaded with unwanted calories, which are responsible for adding hundred of extra calories each day.
By keeping a much tighter control over their daily calorie intake, dieters are losing those unwanted pounds both quickly and easily. Bad boys, salt and sugar are also kept to a minimum in this diet whether you buy pre-prepared varieties or make your own. Between them, these two ingredients are well known for supporting weight gain: salt increases the body’s potential to retain water, sugar is converted into fat if not used. In any case, fruits and vegetables contain their own natural salts and sugars.
Not only does the diet help users to achieve their target weight, another major benefit is that the diet can be used in a number of ways that best suit the individual. By far the most popular way of implementing the diet is to buy commercially prepared baby food. However, for those with the time and the inclination, they can opt to make their own recipes in large batches. Advantages to creating fresh homemade recipes are that you can choose from a large range of healthy fruits and vegetables. By opting to make you own baby food you will be eating foods in their purest form without any unnecessary additives. This mean that your body will cleanse itself and remain detoxified, all day everyday.
Making baby food at home
Making your own recipes at home is simple and easy. All you need is a processor or blender to be able to blend the food to a smooth consistency. The main ingredients are fruit and vegetables with some grains added for extra fiber. These ingredients are low in carbohydrates and contain only small amounts of proteins.
Simply select hard vegetables, like carrots and squashes and boil for fifteen minutes or bake for thirty to forty minutes before blending to a smooth consistency. You can decide how smooth you like the consistency to be. It is important to wash all your fruit and vegetables before you use them to keep food contamination to a minimum. Store your meals in individual portion sizes in bags or plastic containers for easy serving when ever you want them. You’ll find that they will be easy to transport to work too.