To avoid nibbling, it is always better to have some food in the fridge that can stall a little hunger while having little impact on the scales.
At a rate of less than 100 calories per 100 grams, surimi can fill the gaps when craving something salty.
It is well suited for snacking at the end of the day or late morning by replacing the piece of cheese or chips, both very caloric. As long as you do not accompany it with mayonnaise…
2. Cottage cheese
0% cottage cheese is an all-you-can-eat diet.
Whether it is to decorate a salty dish, type gratin or pie, or to make a fruit salad more greedy, it has the advantage of satiating thanks to its high protein content and thus avoiding being hungry a few hours after having consumed.
3. Lightened butter
The reduced butter reduces its calorie intake by a third compared to conventional butter.
It is, therefore, a slimming ally in everyday life when you are a fan of buttered toast, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner.
It can also be used in pie dough or cakes.
But not just any! All cheeses are not equal in terms of fat. Those with pressed dough are generally more caloric than soft cheeses. Fresh cheeses, goat type, are low in calories.
Some cheeses labeled “light” may be consumed as part of a low-calorie diet with little impact on the balance.
Whatever the season, the fridge must always contain fruit.
On the one hand because they are excellent for health thanks to their richness in antioxidants and vitamins. On the other hand, because they are all low calorie even the most caloric of them like banana for example, which at 80 calories, remains less caloric than a biscuit and brings more, more essential nutrients.
Vegetables are also essential for a health and slimming fridge.
The carrots and cucumber can be peeled and cut in advance to be crunched at any time of the day. However, be sure to peel and cut them as they are to prevent them from becoming dehydrated and losing their vitamins.
All charcuteries are not necessarily banned when watching one’s line.
If the sausage and pâté are very caloric, the ham, at the rate of 145 calories per 100g, can be eaten in snacks at any time of the day, alone or with a slice of wholemeal bread. At dinner, it will be accompanied by a salad for a light meal.
8. Dried meat of the Grisons
The dried meat of the Grisons is also a part of lean meats. Rich in protein and amino acids, it can satisfy the most hungry appetites for only 140 calories per 100 grams.
As an aperitif or as an accompaniment during festive scraps, it limits the global calorie intake.
Composed of 95% water and only 16 calories, pickles (vegetables preserved in vinegar or fermented in brine) give spice to salads without adding fat.
Far from being bland, they can also be consumed alone to wait until the next meal.
Contrary to popular belief, ketchup is one of the least caloric sauces.
At a rate of 100 calories per 100 grams (for comparison mayonnaise is 600 calories), it is a good flavor enhancer without increasing the calorie bill. Having a bottle always within reach in the fridge is a good slimming reflex.