Not only will a bodybuilding cutting diet help you lose fat, but it will also help you keep as much of your muscle mass as possible. However, a lot of people find it too hard to lose fat because they associate a bodybuilding cutting diet to be extremely boring and too hard to follow through with.

(1) Fill your fridge with baggies. If you’re away from home, finding raw food to munch on can be a bit of a challenge. Sure, you can run out and grab a salad or a piece of fruit, but you’ll probably be pretty hungry unless you have easy access to a whole bunch of healthy snacks. To prepare for the day ahead, buy fruits and vegetables in bulk and then put snack-portions into baggies and store them in the fridge. In the morning, you’ll be able to easily grab a handful of bags and toss them into your briefcase before you leave for the office. You’ll also be less intimidated by those mini-bags than you will by the great big bags of produce and you’ll be able to mix and match to keep your palate interested.

Crackers There are many unhealthy crackers out there these days but if you stick with whole sugarcoated almond grain crackers you’re going to have a snack that’s a whole lot healthier than greasy potato chips. There are actually some that taste good as well.

That doesn’t mean that you should stock up on single serving packages of frozen veggie and other convenience foods–instead, think of things that are a single serving in and of themselves. For example, if you buy a bunch of grapes, immediately wash them and put them in the fridge cut into smaller segments. Purchase apples and wash them before you put them in a bowl.

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Trans fats are made by heating liquid vegetable oils in the presence of hydrogen, a process called hydrogenation. Partially hydrogenating vegetable oils makes them more stable and less likely to spoil, which is good for food manufacturers – and bad for you. You can find trans fat in vegetable shortening, margarine, candies, biscuits, snacks, fried food, pastries, and other processed foods made with partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. Trans fat raises low-density lipoprotein (LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol) that increases your risk of coronary heart disease, as well as lowering HDL, or good cholesterol.

The quiche baked for about 40 minutes then I checked to see if it was done by inserting a knife blade in the center. It needed to cook another 5 minutes, then I let it set for about 10 minutes while I got a salad ready lso from the cold frame.