Easy Way To Make Recipes Healthier

If you’d like to lighten up, your recipes is the very best place to start. We’ve got some ingredient swaps for healthier recipes you won’t want to miss.

If you would like to be healthier and lighter on your feet, the best place to start is in your kitchen. Did you know that by making some simple ingredient swaps that you can shed weight and be healthier with very little effort at all.

The great news is that you won’t need to sacrifice flavor either. Only recently we shared how to replace pasta with Zucchini Noodles and we received excellent feedback.

Ingredient Swaps For Healthier Recipes Video

Before we share the infographic, we thought we would share this excellent video with you. This will show you how to replace things like bread crumbs and eggs with healthier alternatives.

You can also sub out Avocado for butter and it tastes so good you will love it. Click Play above for more great ideas ^

It’s an excellent way to get your veggies in and still enjoy delicious meals. This infographic from Huffington Post is a great place to start. They have outlined 12 changes that you can make and we are sure that you will notice results within a very short period of time.

One of the changes we have made ourselves recently is swapping out Cows Milk for Almond Milk. You don’t fill up or bloat the way you do with dairy. It tastes great in coffee too.

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Fruit Juice is filled with calories and sugar and is one of the worst health foods that you can consume. It is far from healthy. Why not try Coconut Water for a refreshing and healthy change.

Cauliflower Mash is so good, you will wonder why you didn’t make the change earlier. Similarly, zucchini or sweet potato fries will trump potatoes every time and you don’t get the carb crash either. Another great way to lighten up is to reduce your portion size. We have a post that you will love. You can view the details here.

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