Weekend Kabob Idea – Grocery List – How to Pick a Weight Loss Sauce

by EzekielDiet.com
Posted on Oct 06, 2018

Weekend Kabob Idea and Grocery List:

Large Shrimp – fresh, rinse thoroughly

Chicken Breast – cleaner brands

Squash – organic if possible

Zucchini – organic if possible


Optional: Mushrooms, or cherry tomatoes (you’ll lose a few grilling)

Hot Grill – These won’t take long, roll several times to brown evenly, maybe 15 to 20 minutes on a hot grill.

How to Pick a Clean Sauce, Marinade, or Dressing checklist:

Less than 100 calories per serving,

little or no sugar (in any of the 57 different forms),

no artificial sweeteners (except xylitol and stevia),

low sodium (under 100 mg serving),

no HFCS,

no MSG (57 different forms),

the least number of ingredients.

The Problem is Huge

This list eliminates 95% or more of sauces, marinades, and dressings on most grocery store shelves.  This is especially true for the largest grocery retailers.  You’ll read 25 labels for every one sauce, marinade, or dressing you find that ‘kind-of’ meets this list of requirements.  My experience tells me if the sauce, marinade, or dressing was made by a huge national company it most likely won’t fit the list. However, many sauces that come from small boutique companies probably will be cleaner.

This is also a big problem at any restaurant you go to, even the best haughty ones, their sauces, marinades, and dressings will be completely polluted with rapid weight gain, health destroying ingredients. I’ve always believed that any restaurant that would disclose an effort to clean up their food options and S-M-D ingredients (and cooking oils and water) would get all the business from those enlightened enough to understand the problem. That number is growing fast.

This is why you have to limit dining out to once a week; which limits commerce and income to many restaurant owners because there are plenty of people with money who would dine out but don’t. If the restaurant isn’t disclosing an effort to clean up their ingredients, then they simple don’t understand the problem. Everything they produce is what I call “mystery food” that will make you fat.  Regardless of how healthy the meal looks. Period. Guaranteed. And yes, I am probably a little dogmatic about this problem.

Tip:  Check the gourmet food section of Ross, Marshalls, and TJ Maxx (SE US) type stores who somehow end up with a lot of clean S-M-Ds from small boutique suppliers. Also, grocery stores like Kroger Marketplace have a whole foods section of “cleaner” ingredient food, however not all “clean” products fit the Weight Loss S-M-D list because of sugar, sodium, and calories.


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