Health & Fitness
How To Eat Out When You’re On A Diet (Recipe)
Watching your diet? You don’t have to stop going to your favorite restaurants, according to fitness and nutrition expert Jenn Zerling.
When she goes out to her favorite restaurants, she follows this portion-control rule: “Remember, you only want to eat protein the size of your palm according to the JZ FITNESS NUTRITION app. Greens can be eaten all night long, as long as you don’t drown those things in sauces.”
For example, Zerling enjoyed a delicious dinner of New York strip steak and brussel sprouts at Baltaire Restaurant in Los Angeles. She ate half of the mouthwatering steak and took the rest home. The next day, she used those ingredients to create another healthy, flavorful meal.
“I simply cut the steak in half, and for many, you can cut the steak into three,” Zerling wrote on her Web site, JZFITNESS.COM.
For those with diet and health goals, here’s a guilt-free way to enjoy a meal at your favorite steakhouse.
Below: Jenn Zerling’s leftover steak recipe.
- Grass fed NY Strip (16 oz)
- Steak seasoning of choice
- Butter (low fat)
- Brussels sprouts
- Salt and pepper
- Fresh crushed garlic
- First, grill the steak using your favorite steak seasoning.
- For quicker cooking, hammer the steak down and then season and cook.
- You can add a tablespoon of butter to the steak, if you wish.
- For the brussel sprouts, use a protective glove and grater to grate the sprouts to stringy pieces. Otherwise, simply cut them in half with a knife.
- Then, rub some butter on them along with fresh crushed garlic.
- Sprinkle a little salt and pepper on them and then bake in the oven.
- This dish is amazing!