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Swap mayo for avocado: With 10 grams of fat in one tablespoon and zero vitamins, mayonnaise is the king of empty calories. Replace it with avocado to nourish your body with heart-healthy unsaturated fats, fiber, and Vitamin C. 5 Condiment Swaps That’ll Upgrade Your Breakfast Maple Syrup for Sugar. Pure maple syrup is actually a surprisingly versatile condiment that makes lots of breakfast HP Sauce for Ketchup. HP Sauce is a brown sauce that has a base of malt vinegar, mixed with tomatoes, dates, and Coconut Oil for.

Swap condiments like mayonnaise and ketchup, which tend to be high in fat and sugar, for flavored hummus. You will add healthy fat, protein, and fiber by using this trick. Cut out the empty carbs We all love dips like salsa and guacamole, but traditional chips are filled with carbs and can add empty calories to your diets. And while butter is loaded with saturated fat, avocados contain heart healthy MUFAs (monounsaturated fats), vitamin E (a major anti-aging antioxidant), and potassium, a key nutrient for heart function and muscle contractions that acts as a natural diuretic (aka major de-bloater). Swap mayo for hummus.

10 Healthy Swaps for Your Favorite Foods Healthy eating can be enjoyable too—just by making a few simple changes. It’s a universal truth that trying to eat healthy and lose weight in a world full of pizza, French fries, and ice cream can be utterly devastating (and not to mention difficult). Condiments are what gives our dishes flaaaavor folks! That’s why so many people can’t and won’t add more plant-based meals into their routines. It’s all because they don’t know how to add scrum-didly-umptious flavor to their meals using plant-based ingredients.

Today’s Balanced Babe Guide is to showcase healthy condiment swaps. Instead, opt for raw veggies, like carrots, bell peppers, cucumber or celery for a true boost of vitamins and fiber, and pair with hummus or a low-fat dip. Instead of: dark chocolate truffles. Radishes instead of corn chips While chili is typically a healthy, comforting winter dish, the corn chips, cheese, and sour cream piled on top won’t do you any favors.

Ditch the cheese, sub in Greek yogurt, and swap corn chips for crunchy radish slices. Condiments are a great way to enhance flavors in food. But they also heap onto your plate a lot of unnecessary calories, additives, and sugars.

These six simple healthy condiments swaps will keep your tastebuds happy while giving your nutrition a boost. Bonus: you. From high-fructose corn syrup to straight up white sugars, store-bought condiments and sauces often contain hidden sweeteners and sodium to keep them from going bad and boost flavor. But, that isn’t helping you out when you’re dressing up your healthy meals!

Instead, opt for a healthy condiment using fresh ingredients that are much tastier!

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Interestingly, despite consistent kudos for one of the breakfast sandwich products tested, almost all members of the family would innocently add a condiment to the product every time they consumed it—ketchup, hot sauce, salt and pepper, and Worcestershire sauce—in most cases, without thought or complaint.

“An Integrated Approach to New Food Product Development” by Howard R. Moskowitz, I. Sam Saguy, Tim Straus
from An Integrated Approach to New Food Product Development
by Howard R. Moskowitz, I. Sam Saguy, Tim Straus
CRC Press, 2009

Condiments include herbs, spices, garlic, salt, seasonings, salt substitutes, vinegar, mustard, horseradish, pickle relish, soy sauce, hot sauce, fish sauce, and the like.

“The Coconut Ketogenic Diet: Supercharge Your Metabolism, Revitalize Thyroid Function, and Lose Excess Weight” by Bruce Fife
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by Bruce Fife
Piccadilly Books, Limited, 2017

3 Meanwhile, for vinaigrette, in a large bowl whisk together vinegar, orange juice, oil, honey, dash salt, and dash pepper.

“The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day” by Better Homes and Gardens
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HMH Books, 2012

3 Add the remaining tomatoes and juice, cayenne pepper, hot pepper sauce, and lemon juice.

“Living Vegetarian For Dummies” by Suzanne Havala Hobbs
from Living Vegetarian For Dummies
by Suzanne Havala Hobbs
Wiley, 2009

Formulas for the three simple condiments—celery, garlic, and onion salts, and several compound condiments—prepared mustards, tomato catsup, chili sauce, meat sauces, Worcestershire sauce, and soy sauces—are clearly demonstrated.

“Spices, Condiments and Seasonings” by Kenneth T. Farrell
from Spices, Condiments and Seasonings
by Kenneth T. Farrell
Springer US, 1998

Olives, pickles, relishes, sauces, vinegar, french dressing, flavoring extracts, spices, mustard, horseradish, and cherries.

“Federal Register” by United States. Office of the Federal Register, National Archives (U.S.), United States. National Archives and Records Service, United States. National Archives and Records Administration
from Federal Register
by United States. Office of the Federal Register, National Archives (U.S.), et. al.
Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1951

Condiments Condiments include herbs, spices, garlic, salt, seasonings, salt substitutes, vinegar, mustard, horseradish, relish, hot sauce, fish sauce, and the like.

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by Bruce Fife, Russell L Blaylock
Piccadilly Books, 2016

Additions can include salt (for its obvious flavor), ketchup (sweet), vinegar (sour), maybe a spicy dip (pungency), and cole slaw (cooling taste to balance pungent flavors).

“Macrobiotics For Dummies” by Verne Varona
from Macrobiotics For Dummies
by Verne Varona
Wiley, 2009

Thinly slice both cucumber and tomatoes into the same thickness, then combine all of these, adding salt and dressing (mix vegetable oil, egg yolk, and, according to taste, add mustard and vinegar, and whisk together).

“The Bathing Women: A Novel” by Tie Ning, Hongling Zhang, Jason Sommer
from The Bathing Women: A Novel
by Tie Ning, Hongling Zhang, Jason Sommer
Scribner, 2012

Compared to refrigeration-only storage, refrigerated storage under moderate vacuum was found to improve microbial quality (e.g., red bell pepper, chicory endive, sliced apple, sliced tomato), sensory quality (e.g., apricot, cucumber) or both (e.g., mung bean sprouts and a mixture of cut vegetables).

“Handbook of Food Preservation” by M. Shafiur Rahman
from Handbook of Food Preservation
by M. Shafiur Rahman
Taylor & Francis, 1999

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  • I lost it at the “I’m going to eat a salad” part hahaha that was so funny. This video is super helpful! Thank you for sharing XOXO

  • I’m into this. We’re constantly being told what we can’t eat because of reasons A B and C. Getting substitutions is super helpful. Keep it up girl

  • I just wanted to say thank you for continuing to be YOU! I’m so tired of seeing people harass you because of your dietary choices. It just goes to show THEIR character. Been subscribed for years, and will stay subscribed. Keep doing you. Also, great video and very informative!

  • I totally agree some of these seemingly healthy foods have low protein and crazy amount of sugar. My favorite yogurt is Siggi vanilla and I like to add granola! Thanks for sharing these amazing swaps! *SUBSCRIBED!

  • Foods Depend on Food Intolerance/Blood and Hair Analysis? Pepsi for Toddlers/At Bed Time?;);( Sadly Others Do. Good For Dentists To Do A 5yr Old “Butchering.”