By Derrick Cutting
The way to ditch the belly fats that is undermining your metabolism, drop a few pounds, decrease blood strain and keep away from a middle assault.
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After all, ‘sunflower’conjures up positive images of a summer’s day and ‘olive’probably reminds you of a nice girl. A more cuddly name to replace ‘rapeseed’ might double its popularity overnight. Perhaps a manufacturer should run a competition to rename the oil: the promotion would be a heartening boost for British farming and for the beleaguered British heart. Olive oil or rapeseed oil will meet most of your culinary requirements and it is not essential to buy any other oils or fats. If you want the flavour of olive oil (for example in salad dressing) extra virgin olive oil is useful.
Next week it may be pepper! Well I quite understand how newspaper headlines can give this impression. I am looking at one which says ‘Sunday Roast is Healthier than a Salad’. There is nothing in the article to justify this eye-catching headline even if a Greek salad and garlic bread may contain more fat than some English dishes. And here’s a newspaper report that claims that ‘there is as much protection against heart disease in a piece of milk chocolate as in a glass of red wine’. How many readers settled down to a winter of red wine and chocolate in a new health drive?
The answer is to use skimmed or semi-skimmed milk. I thoroughly recommend skimmed milk (but not for children under five). This provides all the protein and calcium of whole milk but virtually no fat at all. Yes, it does taste different, but most people soon get used to this if they give themselves a chance. If you really feel you cannot adapt to skimmed milk, semi-skimmed will give you half the fat of whole milk. ) Even then, I recommend skimmed milk for cooking (including sauces and custard) because the chances are that you won’t notice the difference in taste.