Lowfat healthy granola for fat loss


Granola

Hey everyone, it’s Chad here
from FITera and today I want to talk to you about granola – as it’s always had a reputation
for being a health food… in fact, we get new clients all the time that say they’re
eating healthier – such as granola for breakfast instead doughnuts – but still not losing weight…

BUT
most store-bought granola is really high in fat, sugar, and calories – and the source
of fat is usually the kind that’s really bad for your heart, such as hydrogenated oils.

But,
if you make your own, it can be loaded with beneficial nutrients that are packed with
fiber, vitamins and minerals, and good sources of healthy fat, which can actually improve
your cholesterol and heart health.

So, I’m excited to show you my much healthier
granola recipe, which is 100% FITera approved – meaning it’s:
Healthy and effective Quick and easy
No hard to find or expensive ingredients (in fact many of the ingredients you can find
in bulk) And absolutely delicious.
All you need is: • 4 cups regular dry rolled oats
• ½ pumpkin (or sunflower) seeds, shelled • 1/2 cup slivered (or crushed) almonds
(or other nuts) • ¼ cup flaxseed
• 2 tablespoons sugar-free maple syrup • 1/2 cup unsweetened apple juice
• 1 tbsp coconut oil • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Now, to make it, simply…

1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. Combine oats, flaxseed, nuts and pumpkinseeds
in a large bowl. 4. Heat coconut oil
in microwave for 30 seconds and then whisk
together oil, maple syrup, apple juice, and vanilla in a small bowl and toss with dry
ingredients. 5. Spread on a large wax-paper-lined baking
sheet and bake until golden brown, stirring occasionally, 20-25 minutes.
6. Remove from oven, let cool completely It tastes amazing, full of fiber, healthy
fat, and other beneficial nutrients… and if you need proof, check out one of our clients
results by simply switching her old granola cereal for this much healthier version – along
with other consistent healthier substitutions – and she’s already lost 20 lbs of fat!

And
if you like the sound of that – making simple, healthier changes to the foods you love and
achieving amazing results – give this video a thumbs up, subscribe, and we hope to see
you in FITera for hundreds of more recipes, workout videos, a really supportive community,
and contests to keep you motivated and award you for your success – all 100% free!

24 thoughts on “Lowfat healthy granola for fat loss

  1. I just made this recipe, and it's wonderful! I put a little on my fruit with yogurt. The texture with the pumpkin seeds and almonds is amazing. I used my coffee grinder to grind the flaxseeds. It smells like heaven while it's in the oven. Highly recommended!

  2. This is Great I Really liked your clip! We should be Duel subscribers when are you making more Videos? #10xTnTrevolution

  3. Hi, can I use light olive oil instead? (1 tablespoon?)
    I hope I can find organic sugarless applejuice since I don't have a slow juicer.

    How much calories would 2 tablespoons be? (is that a serving?)
    Thanks

  4. I am allergic to coconut oil, milk and anything coconut. Can I substitute the coconut oil for Extra virgin olive oil? Or avacado oil?

  5. is there a mix that's good for people with Diverticulitis someone who can't have nuts fruit.Just a simple one please

  6. Mayo Clinic Minute: Why coconut oil is bad for your heart
    Jun 28, 2017 Coconut oil · “Good for your skin, not good in your body.” Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Kopecky says coconut oil is not good for your heart health, because it raises bad cholesterol. “Forty years ago, a study was done looking at butter, lard, beef suet or coconut oil. … It is a saturated fat that turns into cholesterol.”

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