Seafood Cart

Table 3.4 : Meat and Seafood Cart

Skinless chicken breast
Skinless turkey breast
Fish : Any Type, fresh or canned in water (tuna, salmon, sea bass, flounder, swordfish, cod, etc)
Extra-lean beef
Extra-lean pork
Skinless chicken parts other than breasts
Skinless turkey parts other than breasts
Regular beef
Regular pork
Regular Veal
Chicken with skin
Turkey with skin

The best meat product come from animal that are raised grazing on natural grasses and plants found in clean pastures. Meat lowest in saturated fat comes from free-range chicken and lean wild game such as deer and rabbit. Generally You should avoid red meat altogether. There are extra-lean cuts of beef, but even they relatively high in saturated fats. If you rally crave beef, you can eat one serving per week of the leanest cuts of beef available. (See Table 3.4 for specific meat and seafood counter suggestion).
The Product Section, Perdita Di Peso.

The vegetable section gives you the most freedom in marking selection for your grocery cart, as most of the offering  are high in fiber and very low in calories. In general, the most nutritious vegetables are those that are deep and rich in color: broccoli, celery, lettuce, cabbage, radishes, peppers, spinach, and many others. Starchy vegetables, such as potatoes and yams, are the only vegetables you should limit to one or two a day.

The best fruits to put in your cart are those with the highest amounts of fiber: good choice include the berry  family : blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, boysenberries, etc. you can stock up on frozen berries because they are cheap and available year-round. Most berries are good sources of fiber and low in calories. Other good choice  that are low in calories and filling to the appetite include apple, orange, and grapefruits. Try to limit your purchase of sweet fruits such as bananas, grapes, and guava, as these fruits are high in calories and sugar.

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