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Liewensmëttel catalog

Lean meat

List: Ham (cooked and raw), poultry (chicken, turkey), beef, veal, roast beef, kangaroo, ostrich, game (roe deer, duck, hare, deer), lean dried meat.

>>> You can eat as much lean meat as you want!

>>> Pork is usually a bit more fatty and therefore not really suitable!

Nutritional Values ​​- Protein - Meat

fish

List: Salmon, tuna (in its own juice), trout, pike, herring, cod, perch, sardine, mackerel, carp, rays, haddock, swordfish, saithe, monkfish, sole, turbot, surimi.

Nutritional Values ​​- Protein - Fish

seafood

List: Oysters, prawns, scallops, crabs, lobster, scampi, mussels, crab, squid, lobster.

Nutritional Values ​​- Protein - Seafood

Dairy products

List 1: Lean quark, grainy light cream cheese (Cottage Cheese), Harz cheese / Quäse (taste takes getting used to).

>>> contain mostly proteins.

List 2: Mozzarella light, Feta light, sheep cheese light, Babybel light, cottage cheese light, Leerdammer light, "Kachkéis" light, Camembert light.

>>> contain a lot of protein, but also fat.

Info: Your cheese should have the highest possible protein content, little fat and no or almost no carbohydrates!

>>> Prefer light cheese products!

>>> Your cheese should always contain more protein than fat per 100 grams!

>>> A fat content of less than 10% (<10gr per 100gr cheese) is great, with cheese over 10% you should be more careful.

Nutritional Values ​​- Protein - Dairy Products

Alternatives

Chicken eggs: boiled, lightly cooked, omelets, scrambled eggs, fried eggs.

>>> contain a lot of protein, but also fat

Soy products: tofu, soy, protein bread (<10 or 5gr KH / 100gr), soy drink PROVAMEL, soy flakes (Naturata).

>>> contain a lot of protein, but mostly also fat.

 

 

 

Vegetables and salad

List 1 Very good: Artichokes, aubergines, bamboo shoots, lettuce, broccoli, mushrooms, chicory, pickles (pickles), lamb's lettuce, fennel, bottle gourd, all cabbage vegetables except red cabbage (cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, white cabbage, Brussels sprouts, pointed cabbage, pumpkin cabbage), garlic, leek , Chard, okra (okra pods), palm hearts, paprika (green), mushrooms, radicchio, radishes, radish, rhubarb, rocket (rocket), romanesco, sorrel, shallots, cucumber, sauerkraut, celery, asparagus, spinach, tomatoes, savoy cabbage, Zucchini, onions.

List 2 Good: Chayote, dandelion, carrots (carrots), peppers (yellow and red), spaghetti squash, red cabbage.

List 3 medium good: Beetroot, sugar snap peas.

>>> You can eat as much as you want from these vegetables and salad!

>>> Vegetable soups are of course also a delicious alternative!

>>> Vegetables should be prepared as gently as possible: when stewing or cooking, they lose very few vitamins and minerals. Of course, it can also be boiled or seared, but stewing and cooking is the most optimal form of preparation.

>>> Frozen vegetables are better than their reputation, you just have to be careful not to add too much sugar and / or cream (check the nutritional values!).

List 4 a lot of fat: Avocado, olives.

>>> Occasionally a few olives as a snack or some avocado as a spread are absolutely unproblematic!

List 5 Attention: Corn, beans, peas, lentils.

>>> Contain lots of carbohydrates!

Nuts and kernels, seeds

List 1: Almonds, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts, coconut (coconut chips), peanuts, walnuts.

List 2: Flax seeds (crushed), psyllium husks, pumpkin seeds, pine nuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds.

Don't overdo List 3: Pistachios, cashews, macadamia nuts.

>>> a lot of fat, always only take a handful, e.g. in a salad or quark.

>>> superior sources of fiber.

fruit

List 1 less than 10gr KH / 100gr: Apricot, blackberry, clementine, cranberry, strawberry, grapefruit (pamplemousse), guava, blueberry (blueberry), raspberry, currant, kiwi, lime, melon, orange, papaya, peach, lingonberry, quince, gooseberry, star fruit, watermelon, lemon.

List 2 more than 10gr KH / 100gr: Pineapple, apple, applesauce (unsweetened), pear, fig, honeydew melon, cherry, kumquat, mango, tangerine, mirabelle plum, nectarine, passion fruit, plum.

List 3 Warningmany carbohydrates: Banana, grapes, cherries, pomegranate, dates, dried fruits in general, jam.

>>> Fruit is healthy, but it can get in the way of burning fat!

>>> Fruit generally contains a lot of sugar and fructose (fruit sugar) is more likely to be stored as fat than other types of sugar (tends to store fat). A piece of fruit in the evening is ok, but fruit should not be overdone. Basically, you can say that vegetables are much more nutrient-rich and lower in calories than fruit, so you should eat more vegetables and keep fruit consumption within healthy limits.

Oils

For salads, cold: linseed oil (absolute No. 1), olive oil (native, cold-pressed).

Quark, cold: normal linseed oil or linseed oil "with orange" from NATURATA.

For roasting, warm: Coconut fat / oil (coconut spray), highly heatable (refined) olive oil, rapeseed oil, butter and "ghee" for medium heat.

>>> it is best to use coated pans or oil spray (less unnecessary fat in the pan).

After roasting: Dab the meat on a piece of paper to get rid of unnecessary frying fat.

DO NOT use sunflower oil, safflower oil or grapeseed oil, they contain far too many ("bad") omega-6 fatty acids! NO margarine!

Sauces, spices and butter substitutes

List 1 sauces: Calorie-free sauces, mustard, Miracel Whip, ketchup light.

List 2 spices: Pepper, coriander, basil, oregano, dill, chilli, garlic, cinnamon, caraway, turmeric, curry, tarragon, ginger, "herbes de provence", coriander, cardamom, horseradish, laurel, paprika, cayenne pepper, peppermint, parsley, Hot peppers, rosemary, thyme, vanilla, cinnamon

salt >>> In moderation, don't overdo it.

sweetener >>> Aspartame, for example, can be classified as harmless, and liquid sweeteners can give pancake mixes or quark a great taste!

Cinnamon and vanilla are great too!

List 3 butter substitute: Low-fat quark, avocado (relatively high fat content, but "healthy" fat!)

NO margarine!

 

 

 

Dominant sources of carbohydrates

Absolutely to be avoided ...

List: White flour products (bread, savory biscuits) Grain products (noodles), pastries (biscuits, tarts, cakes, croissants), rice, dried fruits, dates, bananas, cherries (F-4/6), grapes (F-7), pomegranate (16, 7 KH), fruit juices, soft drinks (cola, apple spritzer), corn, polenta, pizza, fast food (McDonald's & Co.), croutons, sugar confectionery (sweets), chocolate, honey, jam, french fries, alcohol, margarine.

"Good" sources of carbohydrates

List: Legumes (beans, peas, lentils), oats (e.g. oat flakes), low-carb soy noodles (Naturata), potatoes, gnocchi (made from potatoes).

>>> To be enjoyed in moderation, but also "okay": whole grain products, quinoa, amaranth.

Nutritional values ​​- carbohydrates

List: Water, homemade (unsweetened) tea, sparkling water (in moderation), zero and light drinks without sugar (enjoy in moderation), coffee (preferably of course without sugar -> alternative: sweetener) and without milk (at least not a liter) .

Protein shake with water. But be careful: almost all ready-mixed protein drinks contain a lot of sugar and fat, with a few exceptions (e.g. Isopure Zero Carb) you should keep your hands off them.

There are many reasons to drink a lot (especially water):

>>> has no calories

>>> it saturates us

>>> Thirst sometimes "disguises" itself as hunger

>>> If we eat high in protein, we should ensure that we are hydrated, as the "waste products" of protein are excreted in the urine. With sufficient fluid intake, a healthy person without known kidney diseases does not need to worry about proteins damaging their kidneys or anything else!

 

ATTENTION

Fruit juices contain an enormous amount of sugar (especially fructose) because they are always very concentrated. Think about how many fruits you had to squeeze out to make this juice! It would make more sense to eat a whole fruit instead of pouring these almost "empty calories" into yourself. The vitamins in such juices are completely overrated, and nowhere near compete with fresh vegetables.

 

 

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