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How To Turn Healthy Food Into Tasty Food for Weight Loss (r/loseit)

How To Turn Healthy Food Into Tasty Food for Weight Loss (r/loseit)

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  • LukeNarwhal
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Happy 4th of July to our American Narwhals! Also, I probably mispronounced many words in this video just a heads up.
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  • SandGirl
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Sugar actually changes your taste buds (for the worst) so if you want these healthy foods to taste good, then go cold turkey on sugar for a week (if you can do more, that's even better) and you'll notice veggies and meat tastes better.

  • missironmouse
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Hey would you do a video on people who’ve managed to lose weight with PCOS or diabetes’s? I could use a little encouragement, especially with being at a plateau for the last 6 months

  • Mini Wolfsbane
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Not sure if cauliflower needs drained/squeezed for a mash, but I learned the hard way it does for a crust. Just throwing it out there for the uneducated. Don't want anyone ending up with a sad, gross mushy crust like I did!!

  • Meredith Grey
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Can you do this topic for me please???

    Scariest encounters/attacks by animals?

  • anafilipamar
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Dammmm I think this is one of the best ideias ever 😀

  • Meredith Grey
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    I have another 2 topics for you.

    What is the creepiest/strangest thing you have found on the deep web?


    Paramedics, what are the worst call outs you've ever received?

  • Yoko Nono
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    I love your voice babe

  • Morgan Hudson
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    I’m watching this while eating ice cream for breakfast

  • KindCuteDiamond
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Oats. I loveeee this type of oatmeal. I kinda formed it myself and it's the only way I eat it. It's so good and just 350kcal for my portion size.

    1/2cup instant oats
    1 banana
    Some cinnamon, vanilla extract, salt, tbsp cocoa powder (optional)
    Peanut butter

    I mash the banana and add the optional ingredients. Sometimes I add cocoa powder to make it chocolatey, sometimes I just want it without it.
    I add my oats and add enough water then microwave for a minute.
    Add a tablespoon of peanut butter on top. Enjoy.
    It's so easy and fast to make. I usually wait for the banana to be almost black (it's still good for eating). It's usually very sweet when overipe and I don't need any sugar or honey.

  • Joy C
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    My easiest cooking hacks are as follows… by every variety of mrs. Dash seasoning. Learn how to saute with very little olive oil. Roasting makes every vegetable taste better. Root vegetables, anyway. Cumin is a really good tasting seasoning, and so is smoked paprika. If you have never tried to make a Buddha bowl, look that ish up. It's fantastic. Kale salad is ridiculously easy to make, you just need kale, oil, lemon juice, and seasoning. The secret to good stir fry is rice vinegar and sesame oil. And lentils with mushrooms, and chopped red onions particularly, can be really fantastic. Lentils are my favorite cheap protein-rich food. They're quick to cook, taste great, and you can even Sprout them. They actually start sprouting themselves after a few days in the fridge LOL. I really, really hope that people are getting motivated by these videos. Best of luck to you all!

  • Lolosss
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    If you eat oatmeal for breakfast, mash one ripe banana and put it in your oatmeal instead of sugar/honey or whatever you sweeten your oatmeal with. Game changer.

  • rawane reda
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    try spinach with tomato lemon salt and and a little bit of tuna it’s delicious and keep you satisfied.

  • Kaitlin Smith
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Thanks to this channel and Ailurus, I have been inspired to start training for an annual 5k run for the Fourth of July in my city. Currently over 300 lbs but 365 days from now my goal is to jog the 5k with my son's stroller

  • Captain O'Reily
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    This is a great idea. You have the most soothing voice btw.

  • Hannah Morgan
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    I don’t know why, but when people add dressing or cook vegetables, I get offended. They taste fine raw and untouched by spices or condiments. Plus when you cook them they loose nutritional value

  • Galliano
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Sometimes I crave a nice dessert so what I so is I make my regular oatmeal with almond milk, pop it in the blender with 1 frozen banana, add a sweetener and put it in the fridge to set. It is like a creamy oatmeal banana pudding and it is so good cold.

  • Katie Frank
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Ok, so I live in the Southern Hemisphere, it's winter, and it's around 20 degrees outside right now. Therefore I'm not eating this until it's summer again, but my favorite way to prepare carrots is carrot salad (an Argentine staple, available at any barbecue). You just take a large carrot, peel it, grate it with a grater, add a teaspoon or two of oil (olive, sunflower, whatever), some fresh lemon juice and salt. It's super simple and super delicious. You can add some chopped hard boiled egg too. I like this as a side with some grilled chicken breast or steak.
    Carrot- 25 calories. Oil- 40 calories. One teaspoon of lemon juice- 3 calories. One large hard boiled egg- 78 calories. All together, 176 calories. Add one grilled chicken breat at 165 calories and you have 311 calories.

  • Nefertiti Kimagawa
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    Shirataki noodles and substitute regular ramen noodles for it. Make a good bone broth or buy it pre done, add your desired veggies, a one or 2 slices of protein, I like 2 prawns, and top with nori and poached eggs. I did this yesterday with about 100g of mahimahi and my calorie count on MyFitnessPal was 290cal. My soup base was a premade Japanese nabe broth and I have some collard greens, corn, and fennel as my veggies. Carbs: 29g fat: 6g protein: 31g. A normal bowl of ramen can start at 400cal and I've had curry tonkatsu ramen that was probably around 900cal

  • Holly Webber
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    I love these videos, it’s helped me lose 17lb in 8 weeks! Feels good to go to bed and chill out with some like minded people going through the same journey as me

  • Nimo
    Posted at 04:52h, 07 July

    I have one! Oats, apple sauce, fruits (any you want, I usually used blueberries/raspberries) and cinnamon~! it's about 200-250 cal, iirc. It's supposed to be a snack but I'd get full eating it so oops? lol