LET`S TRIM UP FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS

Issue: 25 - 06 Oct 2008
 
Most modern day disease is caused by obesity, for instance diabetes, heart disease, some cancers, high blood pressure, chronic back problems and lots more. But just as important is our quality of life, Can we do everything we want to in our day-to-day life? or is our weight holding us back from enjoying the simplest things such as:
  • Going for a walk or hike with friends or family. Going for a swim on a hot day but not feeling comfortable wearing your swimming costume.
  • Going out for a special night and having problems with what to wear and feeling uncomfortable in it.
  • Always feeling tired and no energy Below is a fat loss plan and recipes to help get you started on the right track
Fat Loss Dietary Plan
 
Important: Diet plan should only be used short term, not advisable for long term weight loss.
 
Rules
 
You must drink 8-10 glasses (2.5-3 litres) of filtered water per day away from meals.
 
Exercise is essential for this program, if unsure about what exercise you should be doing; consult a personal trainer as soon as possible for the most appropriate exercise for you.
 
 
7 Days of Recipes for Dietary Plan
 
Day 1
 
Breakfast
Scrambled eggs: 2 egg + 1tbs of silken tofu or low fat cheese, (mix together add parsley) - Protein Count 30
 
AM Tea
Vegetable juice: 1/4 beetroot, 1 stem of celery, 1/2 apple juiced add juice to 50% water - Protein Count 1
Protein bar/protein drink: Protein bar or high protein drink - Protein Count 30
 
Lunch
Fish & salad: Fish, lettuce, celery, beetroot, spinach, sprouts, mushrooms - Protein Count 15
 
PM Tea
Nuts: 1/4 of a cup of mixed nuts (walnuts nuts, pine nuts, hazel nuts) - Protein Count 5
 
Dinner
Chicken/garlic vegetable: 200g of chicken baked with rosemary, thyme, sage. Stir fry with olive oil the garlic & onions then add broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, pine nuts) - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count - 126
 
Day 2
 
Breakfast
Protein drink: 2 scoops of protein powder ½ cup skim milk, ½ cup berries - Protein Count 25
 
AM Tea
Protein bar/protein drink: Protein bar or high protein drink - Protein Count 30
 
Lunch
Turkey & salad: Turkey, lettuce, tomato, sprouts, mushrooms, celery - Protein Count 15
 
PM Tea
Protein bar: Protein bar - Protein Count 10
 
Dinner
Steak with baked beetroot: 200g of lean steak (grill), bake beetroot cut in ½ place in baking tray, add olive oil, lemon juice, marjoram, chopped garlic. Plus steamed zucchini, green beans and cauliflower - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count - 125
 
Day 3
 
Breakfast
Omelette: 1 egg, 105g of salmon, 1 handful of spinach, onion, mushrooms - Protein Counts 15
 
AM Tea
Vegetable juice:  ¼ beetroot, 1 stem of celery, ½ apple juiced add 50% water - Protein Count 1
Protein Powder: Protein powder, milk - Protein Count 10
 
Lunch
Warm Salad: Lamb 200g, spinach, lettuce, tomato, fetta cheese - Protein Count 45
 
PM Tea
Protein bar: Protein bar - Protein Count 10
 
Dinner
Baked Fish: 300g of fresh fish (bake with basil, limes, olive oil). Steamed Broccoli, zucchini, cauliflower & green beans - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count - 126
 
Day 4
 
Breakfast
Protein drink: 2 scoops of protein powder ½ cup skim milk, ½ cup berries - Protein Count 25
 
AM Tea
Protein bar/protein drink: Protein bar or high protein drink - Protein Count 30
 
Lunch
Turkey & salad: Turkey, lettuce, tomato, sprouts, mushrooms, celery - Protein Count 15
 
PM Tea
Nuts: 1/4 of a cup of mixed nuts (walnuts nuts, pine nuts, hazel nuts) - Protein Count 5
 
Dinner
Chicken/garlic vegetable: 200g of chicken baked with rosemary, thyme, and sage. Stir fry with olive oil the garlic & onions then add broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, pine nuts) - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count - 120
 
Day 5
 
Breakfast
lamb or fresh fish: Grill meat, steamed vegetables (zucchini, beetroot, spinach) with fresh mushrooms & herbs - Protein Count 25
 
AM Tea
Protein bar/protein drink: Protein bar or high protein drink - Protein Count 30
 
Lunch
Fish & salad: Fish, lettuce, celery, beetroot, spinach, sprouts, mushrooms - Protein Count 15
 
PM Tea
Protein bar: Protein bar - Protein Count 10
 
Dinner
Lamb Shish Kebabs: 200g of Lamb diced and grilled. Vegetables dice and steam: Zucchini, mushrooms, capsicum and beetroot. - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count - 125
 
Day 6
 
Breakfast
Scrambled eggs: 2 egg + 1tbs of low fat cheese, (mix together add parsley) - Protein Count 30
 
AM Tea
Protein powder: Protein powder, milk - Protein Count 10
 
Lunch
Warm salad: Chicken 200g, spinach, lettuce, tomato, fetta cheese - Protein Count 45
 
PM Tea
Nuts: 1/4 of a cup of mixed nuts (walnuts nuts, pine nuts, hazel nuts) - Protein Count 5
 
Dinner
Baked Fish: 300g of fresh fish (bake with basil, limes, olive oil). Steamed broccoli, zucchini, cauliflower & green beans. - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count 135
 
Day 7
 
Breakfast
Omelette: 1 egg, 105g of salmon, 1 handful of spinach, onion, mushrooms - Protein Count 15
 
AM Tea
Protein bar/protein drink: Protein bar or high protein drink - Protein Count 30
 
Lunch
Warm Salad: Lamb 200g, spinach, lettuce, tomato, fetta cheese - Protein Count 45
 
PM Tea
Nuts: 1/4 of a cup of mixed nuts (walnuts nuts, pine nuts, hazel nuts) - Protein Count 5
 
Dinner
Steak with baked beetroot: 200g of lean steak (grill), bake beetroot cut in ½ place in baking tray & add olive oil, lemon juice, marjoram, chopped garlic. Steam zucchini, green beans and cauliflower - Protein Count 45
 
Beverages
Water: Glass of spring or filtered water
 
Total Protein Count 140
 
 
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