What can you eat for Easter?


Eat CarefullyEaster is a good occasion to live moments of holy joy. Every year when Easter comes you have a table full of goodies: roast lamb, Easter eggs ( be carefull with the cholesterol), sponge cake etc. Those goodies are tasty but unhealthy too if you eat them in excess.

Don`t fill your plate!

If you want happy holidays don`t eat that much no matter how delicious and appetizing Easter foods are! Help your diet! Eat from each of the tasty foods but don`t be greedy.

Eat small portions at least the first day of Easter.. something like soup, roast lamb, sponge cake but eat them moderately because if not, you will get digestion problems.

Greens in your menu

The fasting before Easter makes your body weak and in a need of vitamins and minerals.You could revitalize your body with a diet that consists in greens and veggies like:salad, radishes, tomatoes, cucumbers. They have a lot of vitamins and minerals.

Fruits 4 times a day

Fruits contain vitamins like A and C, and another benefit is the fact that fruits have very little calories and they improve your digestion.

Try to skip Easter eggs because one egg contains the maximum cholesterol value allowed per day for a person with average weight and a minimum movement effort.

Count the calories in the plate

  • Roast Lamb (100g)- 260 cal
  • Easter Eggs (one boiled egg)- 350 cal
  • Wheat Bread (one big slice)- 246 cal
  • Beer (one bottle)- 237 cal
  • Red Wine (100 ml)- 98 cal
  • Be carefull with your diet and have a happy Easter !

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    5 Responses to “What can you eat for Easter?”

  • MarK Darvin says:

    I stumbled onto your blog and read a few post. I like your style of writing.

  • Darren Held says:

    I’m glad I don’t like sweets!! Small eggs would be best for cutting down on cholesterol and calories.

  • Lin says:

    Hey people, Happy Easter 2010!!

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