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Enjoy Within Limits: National Greasy Foods Day

National Greasy Foods Day is here, and so many tasty things come to mind…

Buttermilk Fried ChickenWhy do you think that most of the foods most of us crave are high in fats or greasy foods? And, it seems, the more of it we get, the more we want.

High on the list are French fries, and if that isn’t greasy enough, we might supplement it with cheese curds & gravy to make poutine. That sure hits the spot and satisfies the grease cravings for the time being.

What about a dripping cheeseburger or double cheeseburger? It seems even if we try to do the good thing and eat a nice salad…but wait…it’s twice as good if we add plenty of ranch or creamy blue cheese dressing. Now, that changes everything.

greasy foodWe eat those nicely cut up veggies like celery, carrots, broccoli & cauliflower together with a nice high fat dip. Or we might have a fruit tray, which is low in fat, but “oh, yes,” a nice creamy sweet fruit dip.

It seems that greasy food comes in many forms and it even if it tastes good, we know we need to limit their intake.

We just need to evaluate everything we eat & try to avoid the hidden delicious extra calories that we really don’t need.

Have a Happy National Greasy Foods Day!

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