10 Tricks for Healthy Italian Food

1. Lower the fat. Measure olive oil -- don’t just pour some into a pan. Although olive oil contains healthy fats, it is also extremely calorie dense. Using a nonstick skillet will also help you cut down on the amout of oil a recipe needs.

2. Lighten up the cheese. Opt for small amounts of flavor- ful cheese like Parmesan or Romano cheese. Try using fat-free ricotta in place of regular ricotta...

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