What is your Favourite cheat meal
Personally my favourite cheat meal is Fish and Chips. I understand that this is an extremely unhealthy food, but overall my diet is very good so in the long run one unhealthy meal every now and then shouldn’t be too harmful as it remains in moderation. In terms of nutritional value ﬁsh and chips has potential to be quite a nutritious meal. The most nutritional aspect of the meal is the ﬁsh which is high in protein, oils, fatty acids, omega 3 and vitamins, the chips can also contain a lot of carbohydrates and potassium and vitamins. When people think of eating ﬁsh and chips, they think of greasy salty batter and fat which, for some people does taste good but don’t think that to eat ﬁsh and chips you need to feel like you like you have swallowed a bucket of great there are other alternatives as well!
Here is a recipe for ﬁsh and chips that is low in fat and not at all greasy!
-1/4 cup plain ﬂour!
-1/2 cup buttermilk!
-3/4 cup dried breadcrumbs!
-1 tablespoon ﬁnely chopped fresh ﬂat-leaf parsley leaves!
-2 teaspoons lemon pepper!
-650g thick white ﬁsh ﬁllets, cut into 2cm wide strips!
-olive oil cooking spray!
– 4 large Sebago potatoes, peeled, cut into chips!
Even though these options aren’t as unhealthy as the traditional ﬁsh and chips, always remember to moderate one’s intake and remember to try and eat these meals with vegetables or salad to make up for the lack of vitamins and minerals in the meal. In order to remain healthy you need a balanced diet full of vitamins minerals proteins fats cabs and amen acids and in order to achieve this people need to remember to keep cheat meals an occasional thing and a minting eating a healthy diet.
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