Welcome to Slim Easy Diet

     Welcome to Slim Easy Diet

Being Slim and looking terrific! This is what we all aspire to be. Well I have some good news for you, it can happen and without too much pain. The first thing you have to remove from your brain is the word Diet. Why you ask? Well if you are like myself you have been yo yo dieting your entire adult life and just the very word makes you feel hungry. We were all informed the only way we are going to lose Weight and look trim taut and terrific is to cut out everything we like and live on lettuce leaves. It doesn’t work does it? We are here to help achieve your ideal body image by changing your lifestyle and once you have a taste of it you… Continue reading

Roast Lamb with Mint and Rosemary

SERVES: 6

RECIPE FROM SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE BOOK 6

 1 x 1.25kg lean lamb leg roast

1 tablespoon crushed garlic (in jar)

1 tablespoon dried rosemary

½ cup thick mint sauce

cooking spray

 Preheat oven 180°C fan forced.

Place lamb into a plastic container that has a lid. Rub garlic and rosemary all over the lamb. Pour mint sauce over the top of the lamb and rub in. Put lid on container and seal tight. Leave in fridge overnight. Continue reading

Dr. Travis Stork, “The Doctors” helps you prepare for your Big Day

Dr. Travis Stork, “The Doctors” helps you prepare for your Big Day Dr. Travis Stork, “The Doctors” wants your Big Day to be great. When you prepare the night before a big day, you set yourself for a better tomorrow. Many people set out gym bags, pack lunches, plan their outfits, but don’t think ahead about breakfast … Read more on WISH-TV

Nutritious Breakfast with Dr. Travis Stork Starting the day off with a Nutritious Breakfast is what Dr. Travis Stork wants us to do but it starts with the night before by planning your day and what your are going to eat. This Good Day New Mexico segment may include paid advertising content. It … Read more on KOB.com

Dr. Travis Stork shares tips on how to prepare for a better day Dr. Travis Stork is a huge… Continue reading

ANNETTE SYM COLUMN – CHOOSING CEREAL

We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. When you are busy getting ready for work and getting the kids off to school it makes sense to have something quick and easy. In Australia approximately 80 percent of households start their day with a bowl of cereal.

You only have to walk down the cereal aisle in the supermarket to realise just how many options are available. But how do you decide what is healthy? Forget the hype on the front of the pack and go straight to the INGREDIENT LIST and NUTRITIONAL PANEL.

Here’s some tips:

  • High sugar cereals aren’t the ideal choice. Anything that has sugar listed in the first three ingredients should be left on the shelf.
  • Choose high fibre options as they keep you feeling fuller for longer. You want a… Continue reading

Is MSG Affecting Your Weight Loss

Do you have a hard time with attempting to lose weight? Numerous of us believe it’s all our fault, if just we had the determination to consume less and consume much better foods and workout more, we would be able to lose weight. Well, although we will be much healthier and more most likely to end up at a typical weight if we do these things, did you understand that it is far more tough to do when you take in MSG and other chemicals in your diet plan?

MSG Causes Weight Gain

Did you understand that in medical research studies where researchers require overweight rats for their research, they typically trigger this weight problems by feeding the rats MSG? If you consume a lot of MSG, the subsequent over-release of insulin can lead to insulin resistance and ultimately type… Continue reading

Blueberry Flapjacks – SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

Blueberry Flapjacks

RECIPE FROM SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE BOOK 3

© Annette Sym 2001

Makes: 6

BATTER

1 x 425g can blueberries 2 egg whites ¼ cup sugar ¼ teaspoon vanilla essence ½ cup skim milk 1 cup self-raising flour ½ teaspoon bicarb soda cooking spray

SAUCE

saved juice from canned blueberries

1 tablespoon cornflour

To make batter:

Drain blueberries, save juice from can to make sauce. In a medium size mixing bowl beat egg whites and sugar for a minute. Add essence and milk and mix. Sift flour and bicarb soda into mixture in one go, DO NOT BEAT but gently fold flour through until just combined (overbeating bruises the flour and will make the flapjacks tough). Fold blueberries through the batter gently. Coat a non-stick frypan with cooking spray and pour a little less than half… Continue reading

Garlic Prawns with Spinach and Tomatoes – Annette Sym

Garlic Prawns with Spinach and Tomatoes SERVES: 6

RECIPE FROM SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE BOOK 7

 cooking spray 600g raw prawns peeled 2 teaspoons crushed garlic (in jar) 1 bag (160g) baby spinach leaves ¾ cup shallots sliced 1 sachet (15g) Spring Vegetable Cup-a-Soup 2 teaspoons cornflour 1 cup skim milk 125g light cream cheese 50% reduced-fat (Select®) 1 punnet cherry tomatoes cut in half ¼ teaspoon crushed black pepper Continue reading

Dr. Oz creates rapid weight loss diet to melt fat fast without hunger: Recipes

Dr. Oz creates rapid weight loss diet to melt fat fast without hunger: Recipes Dr. Oz says that he designed the diet for two categories of people: Those who have vowed to lose weight in 2014 and want a kick-start and those who are stuck on a diet plateau. The premise is simple: Eat lots of low-glycemic vegetables and small … Read more on Examiner.com

The DODO (that's Day On/Day Off) diet: Lost weight, shape up and feel fantastic Get ready for the DODO (Day On/Day Off) diet with tips, meal plans and shopping list. HERE is part one of our amazing Day On/Day Off diet devised by a top Olympic nutritionist. Don't miss more delicious recipes and a daily meal planner in part two … Read more on Express.co.uk

Chicken and Roast Pumpkin Risotto

Chicken and Roast Pumpkin Risotto  SERVES: 6

3 cups pumpkin diced cooking spray 400g skinless chicken breast diced 2 teaspoons Flora® Light margarine 1 onion diced 2 teaspoons crushed garlic (in jar) 2 cups Arborio rice 5 teaspoons salt-reduced chicken stock powder 1½ litres (6 cups) water ½ cup dry white wine ½ cup parmesan cheese freshly grated ½ cup roughly chopped basil leaves ¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Preheat oven 220ºC fan forced.

Step 1: Place chopped pumpkin onto a flat baking tray that has been coated with cooking spray. Bake 25-30 minutes or until browned.

Step 2: In a boiler or large saucepan that has been coated with cooking spray sauté chicken until just cooked. Remove onto a plate and leave to one side.

Step 3: Re-spray pan then melt margarine, add onion and garlic and… Continue reading