You don’t really need to stay hungry just because you want to lose weight. You could use a bit of weight loss/healthy diets such as these salads for weight loss or the soups recipes for weight loss which I wrote about in my previous article. Now, according to “Eat This, Not That“, here are some weight loss salads to help. They are fresh, easy to make and so soothing to the taste palate. Hope you enjoy every one of them as much as I do!
Salads For Weight Loss
You can try any of these salad recipes if you really want to lose weight in no time.
Chicken Waldorf Salad
BBQ Chicken Salad
Steak Fajita Salad
The Chicken Gyro Salad
Celery Salad with Turmeric Vinaigrette
Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese Salad
Roasted Grape and Arugula Salad
Arugula and Tofu Salad
Vitality Superfood Salad
1. Chicken Waldorf Salad
Who wouldn’t love to unveil a tasty chicken Waldorf sandwich in their picnic basket? But if you are trying to lose weight, this may not be the most feasible meal. Well, thanks to this blogger, your dream can now be a reality. This chicken salad has eliminated all sources of bread and instead sprawls across a canopy of leafy lettuce. Greek yogurt swaps for mayo so you can eliminate all of that icky saturated fat from your meal and only indulge in clean goodness.
Get the recipe from Recipe Runner.
2. BBQ Chicken Salad
Attention all Panera Bread Chicken BBQ Salad lovers, your saving grace is here; you can imitate this recipe at home for fewer calories. Score! And for those who just love to sink their teeth into a warm scrumptious barbecue sandwich, this is also the salad for you. Keep this salad low in carbs by skipping the tortilla strips and/or chips.
Get the recipe from Well Plated.
3. Steak Fajita Salad
Everything is good to enjoy in moderation, yes? Well, lucky for you, the rumours you have heard about red meat being a sin have been vanquished because red meat can actually aid you in your journey to a slimmer body. Grass-fed meat, that is. This kind of red meat contains significantly fewer calories than its grain-fed counterpart. It also holds a greater amount of those lovely inflammatory-reducing agents we call omega-3 fatty acids. Red meat does not sound so scary after all. Check out what which other “bad” foods are now good!
Get the recipe from Damn Delicious.
4. The Chicken Gyro Salad
The Greeks sure know how to make a mean sandwich. Unfortunately, that pita can cost a bit too many unrefined carbs for just one meal. This salad is the perfect compromise! Enjoy the refreshing tzatziki sauce, the crumbles of feta and succulent warm chicken for only 28 grams of carbs. Not too shabby.
Get the recipe from Creme De La Crumb.
5. BLT Salad
Ah, the salad gods have spoken. The classic BLT can now be consumed in the form of a salad and will only result in a 12.3 gram-carb deficit. Make sure to switch out pork bacon for turkey bacon to keep those fat levels low. The main source of fat that comes from this salad is from the vitamin E-packed avocado.
Get the recipe from The Creative Bite.
6. Celery Salad with Turmeric Vinaigrette
This light salad is the perfect low-calorie summertime meal—and it only takes 12 minutes to make, start to finish! Not to mention it has a killer vinaigrette. Turmeric has been trending as an inflammatory butt-kicking agent used to treat degenerative diseases such as arthritis and Alzheimer’s. But what many might not know is that when black pepper is paired with turmeric, it enhances the speed at which the curcumin (the anti-inflammatory agent in turmeric) is absorbed in the body. So, drizzle away to get rid of those achy muscles and joints!
Get the recipe from With Food + Love.
7. Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese Salad
Nothing helps you lose weight while feeling energized better than a beet. It just one of the many superfoods that act as a great topping to really any salad. At only 282 calories, this salad may be best enjoyed as aside. Studies say that if you are aiming to consume 1,500 calories a day, lunch should clock in somewhere between 325 and 400 calories for optimal weight loss. Add an apple to fill the remaining calories and receive some extra nutrition!
Get the recipe from Recipe Runner.
8. Roasted Grape and Arugula Salad
Here’s a classy yet low maintenance salad to toss together for a daytime or an evening meal. And don’t let the higher carb content scare you; plant-based carbohydrates should constitute 45-65 percent of your diet. Just make sure to watch your carb intake at your remaining meals, but you won’t have to fret about that because this salad will give you the energy to power through some miles or spend extra time in the gym.
Get the recipe from Blissful Basil.
9. Arugula and Tofu Salad
Arugula with a bite, complemented with soft, sweet tofu makes this salad irresistible in both texture and flavor. Not to mention, arugula has some pretty incredible health benefits, specifically in its phytochemicals. These compounds actually inhibit cancer-cell growth and are notorious for fighting against prostate and ovarian cancers. Make this salad a weekly meal on your menu.
Get the recipe from Heart Beet Kitchen.
10. Vitality Superfood Salad
We’ve saved the best for last! This salad is stocked with superfoods like almonds quinoa, kale, blueberries and even chia seeds. The radishes also give this colorful salad a spicy hint. The best part? It only costs you 18 grams of carbs. Not bad for all of the nutrition that is stored in here!
Get the recipe from Nutritionist in the Kitch.
You can get all the salad recipes on Eat This, Not That! We only handpicked the best of the best. ):
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