Healthy Asian Chicken Chopped Salad - The Lemon Bowl®
The benefits of salads can be attributed to its content of fibrous carbohydrates that are present in the leafy greens, vegetables, beans, legumes and grains. All these ingredients form the low-calorie and filling base of a salad. The nuts, plant oils, cheese, eggs, chicken and lean cuts of red meat that are added to the salads provide healthy fats and high-quality proteins to the body and turns it into a power-meal. In this article, we have listed 20 of the healthiest low-calorie salad recipes that you can include your weight loss diet. Increases fiber intake — One of the biggest benefits of replacing regular meals with fresh salads is that it helps to increase the intake of dietary fiber both soluble and insoluble fiber.
Asian-inspired ingredients lend a lot of flavor without adding calories to this simple and flavorful salad dressing. Most commercially bottled dressings have high amounts of sodium and saturated fat, not to mention the preservatives and stabilizers used to give the sauces extended shelf life and a better texture and appearance. But if there's any part of your menu where you can save lots of calories, add a lot of flavors, and save some money, it's salad dressings.
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