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By Beginner Bodybuilding Guide
The secret to any successful fat-loss diet starts and finishes with your preparation. If you rush out of home and start your day without a plan on where and what you are going to eat in the next 5 hours you are going to land up with a pie or some other junk food snack when you get hungry.
The secret is planning ahead and there are countless different ways that you can prepare wonderful light meals or snacks to get you all the protein and balanced easily digestible carbs and fats. We will briefly look at two very tasty and high protein snacks listed below.
Red pear and prosciutto skewers
This recipe will make four servings, which you can either separate into different meals or snacks during your day or you can eat it all as a lunch. The following ingredients are required.
2 red pears
one packet of prosciutto
You need to first cut the pears into wedges and then roll the different slices of prosciutto up and cut into halves. Then add one prosciutto with a pear wedge on the skewer then sprinkle with balsamic vinegar.
Each serving will be around 118 calories with 6 grams of fat and 12 grams of carbs and 8 grams of good protein.
Turkey avocado skewers
This is a perfect snack that makes 8 servings if you are watching your carb intake like doing a ketogenic diet to lose fat. You are going to need 2 avocados, roasted or grilled turkey breast that has been sliced, plus some raspberry vinaigrette and 8 skewers. You then need to cut the avocados into triangular wedges and then roll the slices of turkey and cut them in half. You then simply add a piece of cut avocado followed by a rolled turkey onto the skewer and add some raspberry vinaigrette.
You will only be getting 108 calories per skewer with 7 grams of fat, 4 grams of carbs and 6 grams of protein.
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