Steak & Baked Potatoes: Wholesome Fat Loss Fuel


Opt for lean cuts like sirloin, flank, or tenderloin to reduce saturated fat content while still getting a good source of protein.

Lean Cuts of Steak

Grilling or broiling steak helps to reduce the amount of added fats compared to pan-frying, where oils can accumulate.

Grill or Broil Instead

Swap traditional baked potatoes with sweet potatoes for a nutrient-dense alternative that's lower on the glycemic index.

Sweet Potato Option

Top baked potatoes with Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, and add fresh herbs like chives or parsley for flavor without extra calories.

Healthy Toppings

Be mindful of portion sizes—aim for a palm-sized portion of steak and a moderate-sized baked potato to manage calorie intake.

Portion Control

Pair your meal with steamed or grilled vegetables to add fiber, vitamins, and minerals while keeping the overall calorie count lower.

Include Vegetables

Use butter sparingly on baked potatoes or consider healthier alternatives like olive oil or a small amount of margarine.

Limit Butter

Instead of marinades high in fat and sodium, use herb rubs or a simple mix of olive oil, garlic, and herbs for flavor.

Herb Rubs for Steak

Drink water or unsweetened beverages with your meal to stay hydrated and avoid consuming extra calories from sugary drinks.

Hydration is Key

Eat slowly and savor each bite to feel satisfied with smaller portions, helping to support weight loss efforts.

Mindful Eating