Apparently. Although sandwiches have got a bad reputation in the market for being ram packed with excess calories, create the correct combination and sandwiches can give you a low calorie, nutritious meal of less than 500 calories.

To create the right sandwich you need to include one of the listed foods:

Carbohydrates

Picking 1 or 2 of the following ingredients, each should contains up to 100 calories: whole wheat bread, rye, thin white bread, white wheat bread, small bagel (100 calorie bagel), English muffins, pita bread, corn made tortillas and wheat tortillas.

Protein

Depending on your calorie requirements, physical levels and chosen weight loss goals choose 85g-170g of the following fillers: low fat sandwich meat (chicken, turkey, roast beef and ham); grilled chicken, pork loin, steak or fish, canned tuna/salmon.

Fat

Allowing yourself cut off point of between 5g-15g of fat, add one of the following in your sandwich: 1/4 slice of avocado, 2 tablespoons of hummus, Laughing Cow cheese spread, cream cheese, mayonnaise, cheese pick from a variety, 1tbsp of spreadable cheese spread, olive spread, nut butter (almond, peanut) and sour cream.

Veg.

As long as you restrictive with these you can include: lettuce, spinach, roasted bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, sprouts, grilled eggplant, cucumber, cabbage etc. The list goes on…

Free Foods

These consist of trying pickles, relish, mustard, spicy mustard, low sugar fruit spread and banana peppers.

Additional fat loss options

If you are serious about losing weight, then modifying your eating habits isn’t the only solution you can try.

By adding a medically trialed dietary tablet such as Proactol into your dietary plan and working out daily, you can experience extra dietary losses of 4-8lbs per month.

Clinically tested during 6 studies, Proactol has been found to: reduce up to 28% of your dietary fat intake|make up to 28% of fat molecules too large to digest, curb your cravings, decrease LDL cholesterol, cut calorie consumption by 150 calories per meal and ease aches and pains.

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