Weight loss experts have done studies that indicate that nighttime eating and weight gain are strongly linked. Our body is less active at night. Therefore, eating late at night does not allow us to burn off the calories just consumed. However, it also true that it is not the time you eat, but the type of food you eat at night, that leads to fat gain.
Chef Yamarone teaches you a recipe that will satisfy your craving at night while being low in carbohydrates and rich in fiber. The dish is made of mix greens carrots, zucchinis, three different varieties of peppers, shallots, pernod, chicken and butter. Please note that the vegetables must be marinated in the dressing. Yamarone recommends using Italian, vinegar or an olive oil dressing. You could substitute the chicken with pork, veal, shrimp or lobster.
“This is carb conscious. If you are eating late at night you don’t want this extra carbs before you go to bed,” Chef Yamarone comments. Chef Yamarone’s light salad is low in carbohydrates but high in fiber. In fact, this salad is so delicious that it is a great meal to make for a date.