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Want to Lose Unwanted Pounds? Try a Pressure Cooker!

Updated on June 19, 2013

Just Add Healthy Ingredients and You Can't Help But Lose Weight!

If you're finally ready to make a change in your life and start to finally lose those stubborn, unwanted pounds that just won't seem to go away no matter how hard you try, then using a pressure cooker might be the answer you've been looking for.

It is truly one of the simplest things you can do to eat healthy and lose weight. One of the nicest things about a pressure cooker is you can add all your ingredients into the one pot, turn it on, and presto, a healthy dinner is ready in 30 minutes or less!



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Pressure Cooking is an Easy Way to Lose Weight

Most of us have busy lives and justify our weight gain to the old adages of "I don't have enough time to cook" and "I'll start eating healthy next week, after that party" when really these are just excuses.

Isn't it time you stop stopping and start starting? When you get down to it, tossing a protein like chicken, vegetables like carrots, onions - or any other vegetable you have in the house - and a carb like kidney beans, lentils or brown rice into one pot at the end of the day is not that hard.

As a matter of fact, you can do this every other day, and eat the leftovers on the day you don't want to cook (lol!, if you can call this cooking). Throw in a little exercise and you're on your way to a healthier, happier life!

How Pressure Cooking Works

Modern pressure cookers are not the same as the huge clanging, hissing models that your great grandmother used. Today, they are made with a lid that locks and safety features like outside gaskets and pressure release valves, making if much easier to enjoy this kitchen gadget's amazing weight-loss perks.

The airtight seal locks int he steam and heat, rapidly increasing the pressure in the container, so foods cook at a higher heat. The result is that meals are ready up to 75 percent faster than stovetop dishes.



How To Make Delicious Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Cooking Demonstration with Pressure Cooker

Use a Pressure Cooker to Tap Into These Slimming Benefits

You'll take in more key nutrients by using a pressure cooker. In stovetop cooking up to 70 percent of water-soluble nutrients like vitamin C are lost in the steam or boiling water. Because a pressure cooker traps the moisture, the nutrients stay put and therefore increase your weigh loss. Higher blood levels of vitamin C boost your ability to use fat for fuel.



You'll get flavor with minimal fat and sale. When heat locks in the steam of your food, you will get maximum flavor from all ingredients. The extra moisture ensures that meats come out tender, while grains will develop a creamier consistency. This means you can cut back on flavor enhancing vices such as salt and butter without sacrificing taste.

In addition, you'll stave off hunger longer. Flavorful food sparks activity in your brain's satisfaction center and helps you feel fullness faster and longer, therefore you will naturally eat less!

Eat Me!

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A Top Pick for Many Chefs is the Fagor Duo 8-Quart Pressure Cooker

Thanks to features like a light that indicates when the right pressure is reached and a steamer basket, this FAGOR DUO 8-QUART PRESSURE COOKER is a favorite on ConsumerSearch.com
Thanks to features like a light that indicates when the right pressure is reached and a steamer basket, this FAGOR DUO 8-QUART PRESSURE COOKER is a favorite on ConsumerSearch.com

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