What the Best Tasting Weight Loss Shakes Are Not
Author C. Sanders. Published on June 19, 2011 - 3:16 am (1123 views — 348 words
The best tasting weight loss shakes are the ones that are 100% natural. Each fruit brings a different kind of sweetness and flavor which forms a medley of natural flavors. Including acidic fruits in the mix makes the taste even more interesting and refreshing. This kind of natural goodness always satisfies even the pickiest of eaters. What makes these shakes great is that they taste great but they are all natural at the same time, so you can indulge and not feel guilty at all!
Junk food has trained our palate to look for extreme tastes for us to appreciate a certain type of food. Food has to be in its extreme form for it to appeal to the masses which is the exact opposite of best tasting weight loss shakes. It has to be packed with all the unhealthy things one can think of for it to catch the attention of people. Just to put a point across, can you resist a double patty bacon burger topped with gruyere cheese onion rings and crispy bacon bits smothered in sour cream garlic mayo dressing served with Asian slough and a large bowl of Cajun fries? This type of food description will make anybody’s mouth water. This is due to the fact that we have been molded to think that anything that has overload written on it, will taste great. Anything that has overkill written on it will taste great.
Because of the overload of ingredients in the burger mentioned previously, it will be difficult to truly appreciate the flavor of the burger itself. In other words, the ingredients won’t complement each other, which is what ingredients are supposed to do. Instead, they drown each other out. Many people will be more than willing to try it out because it sounds great. Nowadays people want to overdo everything, even food.
Here’s an example of the extreme opposite using weight loss shakes. Try to picture a double scoop vanilla shake with raspberry compote topped with chocolate bits, caramel brownie trimmings, liqueur infused cherries and drizzled with Belgian chocolate truffle syrup.