Obesity Facts - Food I Can Eat!
Obesity Facts - Food I Can Eat!
Fish, meat, eggs, cheese, butter, olive oil, most vegetables ( not parsnips), milk ( although I always drink soya), yoghurt, bread, fruit - a varied selection I think you would agree. Please note there is no calorie counting, or weighing involved which is a refreshing change! All cooking methods are permitted, including frying, so I can even have a fried steak if I feel like it with an egg! I am allowed to drink as much tea as I like, and some coffee although I do try to limit this to a cup every other day. I can drink alcohol, either 2 small glasses of wine, or a single spirit. Surprisingly I am also allowed ‘light’ fizzy drinks such as diet coke, diet lemonade as long as it is the diet version. So as you see, there is very little that I am not allowed. I comfort myself with the fact that I will live longer, and feel much healthier with more energy.
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Avocado and tinned sardines with wild rocket salad, and half and orange Pan fried sea bass, stuffed mushrooms with peppers, and broccoli. Desert of yoghurt with frozen fruit Cheese on toast with tomatoes, cucumber, fennel and salad
Mushroom omelette with 2 eggs and an apple Roast chicken with smoked paprika, oven roasted butternut squash, green beans in garlic and olive oil Stuffed mushrooms with goats cheese and peppers, and half an orange
Grilled salmon with avocado and cucumber, and half an orange Fried steak, with button mushrooms in butter, mashed cauliflower and asparagus tips, with a green salad. Desert of yoghurt and strawberries Moussaka and a salad
Frittata with rocket salad Roast peppers stuffed with mince beef, onions and garlic, roast shallots, roast aubergine and steamed curly kale Cheese on toast with tomatoes and mushrooms in butter
Avocado and tinned sardines with wild rocket salad, and half and orange Grilled salmon with ginger, garlic, onions and balsamic vinegar, grilled tomatoes, broccoli, and green salad. Desert of frozen fruit and yoghurt Home made chicken and vegetable soup, with toasted croutons, and fruit for dessert
Sardines on toast with grilled tomatoes Fried chicken fillet with lemon and ginger, roasted butternut squash with smoked paprika, and green beans in olive oil Home made mince beef burgers, grilled, and with a green salad
Cheese on toast with mushrooms and tomatoes Grilled chicken thighs in lemon, garlic, and balsamic with basil, broccoli, mashed cauliflower with butter, and cabbage. Desert of yoghurt and fruit Home made mushroom soup with toasted croutons and a green salad with walnuts, chicory and fennel
I hope you would agree that the above would not be recognised by most people as an eating plan, or dare I say diet, which it isn’t. The above foods are insulin friendly and high in the essential oils which are necessary for good health and brain function. I must also stress that this is my own plan which has been designed for my own circumstances and which works for me. I cannot guarantee that it will work for you, but I hope that it may guide you in the right direction and help you to find the key to success in achieving your own weight loss. I know how important this can be, particularly for women, so I hope that in some small way I have helped one or two people to have a better understanding of how our bodies process food, and the role that insulin plays. Whilst I cannot blame the food industry entirely, I lay much of the blame for obesity at their door. At some point we have to turn our backs on the marketing hype and find our own solutions, For me that time has come, and I hope that it will for you also.
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