There was a time when a veggie burger is an option that is reserved for vegetarians or people who have a weight loss plan. Today, however, a vegetarian burger is a popular choice for those who want to make healthy choices in their diet. If you love the taste and aroma of juicy beef burgers, you might want to consider switching to vegetarian burgers.
If you are trying to lose weight but do not want to change your diet, vegetarian burgers makes the perfect addition to your daily menu. Veggie burger patties with a low content of saturated fat, which makes them more nutritious food. Regular lean beef patty contains about 10 grams of fat, while the average vegetarian burger patty is only about three grams of fat. However, not all veggie burger comes with low-fat, so make sure you read the labels. Some vegetarian burgers as well as low in fat, but actually contain more fat than regular beef burgers.
Many veggie burgers also contain fewer calories than beef burgers. Some vegetarian burgers contain only 70 calories, compared to the average beef hamburger, which can exceed 200 calories per serving.
Veggie burger, not only help to maintain weight and prevent bacterial infection, but can also help prevent serious diseases such as colon cancer. This is because the veggie burger contains high amounts of fiber. This fiber is not only good for the colon, but also good for your heart.
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