High-Protein Fusilli: A Weight Loss Goldmine

High-Protein Fusilli: A Weight Loss Goldmine

Alex Brecher

There are so many reasons to go off your diet, but craving pasta should not be one of them. With High-Protein Fusilli, staying on track is much easier than you might expect.

How can one ingredient make so much difference in your weight loss? No single food can make or break your plan, but it can help if:

  • It adds a dose of protein so you can hit your goals.
  • It is easier to use than unhealthier options, so you choose it.
  • It lets you make the recipes you crave.
  • It is low in sugar and carbohydrates, so it does not increase hunger or cravings.

Keep reading for some ways High-Protein Fusilli can help you stay on track.

Nutrition You Can Handle

Each serving of High-Protein Fusilli has less than one-third the amount of carbohydrates as regular pasta, which helps prevent blood sugar spikes and carbohydrate cravings. It delivers 18 grams of protein – or more than 4 times the amount of protein in regular pasta. It is rich in iron and low in fat.

You can make it by boiling it, just like regular pasta. Unlike regular pasta, though, you can easily stick to a single serving, since it comes packaged in single-serving packets. Each box contains 7 servings.

Minestrone Super Food Soup

A warm, filling soup is even better when it is as healthy as it is hearty and delicious, but that is not always the case. Chicken noodle or beef and rice soup are often relatively low in protein if they skimp on the meat, and high in refined starches from pasta and rice.

For a lower-carb soup in minutes, just add cooked High-Protein Fusilli, plus your favorite cooked vegetables, to Protein Soup such as Beef or Chicken. You could try a superfood minestrone soup with beef broth, kale, sweet potato, beans, tomatoes, green beans, and High-Protein Fusilli instead of macaroni. You will get antioxidants, fiber, and essential protein, vitamins, and minerals.

Cheesy Broccoli Casserole

Cheesy broccoli casserole is so good, and yet so bad. A serving can have all the saturated fat you should get in a day, and enough carbs to give you dumping syndrome, a blood sugar spike, or a pile of guilt – or all three. Still, you can change up the recipe and have your cheesy goodness.

Use High-Protein Fusilli, beaten egg whites, low-fat cheddar, chicken broth, and nutmeg. Then, top it with White Cheddar Protein Crisps for crunch and flavor, without the carbohydrates and fat of fried onions or crushed crackers.

Pasta Salad

There are so many types of pasta salad, with so many flavors, that the only thing they have in common is a load of carbohydrates…until now. Swap out regular pasta for High-Protein Fusilli, and you have a world of possibilities. Try any of these nutrient-packed, delicious combos for lunch or dinner.

  • Creamy pasta salad with non-fat plain Greek yogurt, tuna or chicken, pepper, Dijon mustard, and chopped tomatoes and celery.
  • Italian pasta salad with black olives, low-fat mozzarella, thyme, and lean, all-natural, turkey-ham.
  • Greek pasta salad with feta, chopped spinach, tomatoes, and cucumbers, and oregano.

Pasta Dinner

Spaghetti and meatballs, fettuccini alfredo, macaroni and cheese…the list continues, with each dish more mouth-watering than the next. Aside from being scarily high in calories and carbohydrates, your pasta dish can be disappointingly low in protein.

It’s hard to say no to a classic pasta dinner, and now there is no need. Just serve yourself High-Protein Fusilli instead of starchy pasta. Toss it with marinara sauce and parmesan, or with fresh tomatoes and basil along with parmesan cheese. Or, make it creamy with non-fat cream cheese and melted mozzarella. You can always mix in cooked chicken, shrimp, or fish, as well.

Don’t limit yourself on your low-carb, high-protein diet, because there is simply no need. You can lose weight eating the foods you love, and The BariatricPal Store is here to help.

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