200 Metabolism-Boosting Dessert And Snack Recipes

200 Metabolism-Boosting Dessert And Snack RecipesClick Image To Visit Siteis this the guilt-free alternative to junk food that finally puts desserts back on your dinner table?

Imagine if you could. Without the guilt. Knowing that, in fact, there is a world of healthy desserts and snacks that become possible when you eliminate the sugar, flour, eggs, butter, and cream that make for calorie-high but nutritionally-void treats.

Nutrient-dense desserts CAN be rich and creamy. Even if they don’t contain a sliver of unhealthy ingredients. That’s because these recipes have been gathered, filtered, and improved by a health-conscious fanatic who believes great food should taste great too.

So, what do all of these findings mean, and can those requirements for an alternative, healthy formulation of a dessert actually be put to use?

Or is it all just wishful thinking? Perhaps the most important lesson the science seems to be telling us is that there are MANY ways the traditional dessert can fail us when it comes to our health. We have seen how every day we are tempted by "junk" foods whose addictive low-nutrient ingredients (like sweeteners and wheat flour) punish us severely for sampling them by fostering an irresistible desire to come back for more. In our zeal to take care of our bodies we convince ourselves that natural ingredients (like milk and cream) surely cannot be all that bad for us. But in reality, adding them to our dessert recipes can set up paths of inflammation in the body that can persist unnoticed for decades. Worse yet, this inflammation can snowball into myriad chronic health issues, including the frustratingly persistent creep of body weight. Invisible toxins, which we may add directly when we employ processed ingredients in our recipes, or produce directly ourselves through the act of cooking at high temperatures, only make it that much harder to understand the nature of the threat that the innocent-looking dessert poses for us. In a very real sense then, there is probably not a SINGLE dessert you have tasted that was not in some sense predisposed to RUINING your health. Not one that was not fattening. Not one that did not push your body AWAY from its ideal weight rather than pull it TOWARD that goal. For someone who loves desserts and who might already be struggling to keep their weight in check this could seem like seriously disappointing news. And yet…

The bottom line is this. Because we now know the fundamental science behind the processes that drive weight gain – and especially as they apply to the ingredients that typically go into a dessert – we can get creative. We can use what we know to bypass the usual objections that accompany high-calorie but nutritionally sparse snacks and desserts. Instead we can create dishes that counter these objections because they are prepared in a totally different way using alternative ingredients that promote health and feelings of well-being, rather than illness and feelings of shame and guilt… Imagine how reassuring it is to… Read more…

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