Eliminating Fat in Meats

Cutting out fat in meats can be done in two ways: before you eat and after you eat. Before eating, you can trim off the visible fat from the meat. Also, using certain sauces can help balance out the fat in the meat.

If you're cooking pork, which usually has more fat, try this trick. Boil the pork for about half an hour, then rinse it with cold water. This helps to get rid of some of the fat.

After eating, your body will still absorb some fat. But don't worry, there are ways to handle this too. The Mongolian people, who eat a lot of meat, drink a lot of strong tea. This helps to counteract the fat they eat.

In Beijing, when you order Mongolian roast meat, you're given a special wine. This wine is believed to help dissolve fat in your body. After your meal, you get a cup of strong tea to help reduce the fat further.

You can test this out yourself. After drinking tea, use the leftover tea leaves to clean some grease off your hands. You'll see how effective tea is at removing fat. This gives you an idea of what happens inside your body when you drink tea.

Drinking tea regularly can be a great way to manage your weight and stay slim. In fact, people in Britain, where tea drinking is a common habit, are often slimmer compared to Americans and Canadians.

For losing weight, green tea is a better choice than black tea. This is because black tea loses some of its effects through the process it goes through called fermentation. To make the best cup of tea, start by boiling water. Pour a bit into your teapot to warm it up, then add the tea leaves and fill it up with boiling water. Wait a few minutes before you drink it.

While expensive tea might seem like the best choice, it's not the best for weight loss. You want a tea that's strong and a bit bitter, which tends to be less expensive. You can also reuse these less expensive tea leaves two or three times in a day.

Remember, everyone's body is different. What works for one person might not work for another. Even if two people eat the same amount of the same food, one might gain weight while the other doesn't. So it's important to find what works best for your own body when it comes to managing your weight.

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