London Diet Plan Day 2

I stated to write yesterday about London Diet Plan. Probably non of you started to follow the London Diet Plan , but one day for sure you will search a diet that works for you. I do my job to write forward and publish today London Diet Plan Day 2.

For those who did not read the article with London Diet Plan Day 1, I will like to add only this: the idea is simple 5 meals per day, lots of liquids, max 1300 calories per day distribute like this: breakfast 350 -400 calories, 350 – 400 calories at lunch, and 300 -350 at dinner. The meals between should not be more than 100 – 150 calories each.

Day2

Breakfast

  • boil two eggs or fry them in a non-stick pan (you may add few drops of olive oil)
  • grill 2 tomatoes
  • drink a glass of fresh orange juice

Lunch

  • cheese on toast (two slices of toast topped with low fat grated cheddar, and salad leaf)
  • a bowl of onion soup
  • serve with crunchy apple

Dinner

  • 100 g of roast lean pork, chicken or beef
  • two roast potatoes and piles of vegetables such as broccoli, courgettes and carrots.

For Mid -am and Mid-pm use an orange, an apple, diet biscuits.

See tomorrow London Diet plan DAY 3

London Diet Plan

Asking around I found out a London diet plan from women desperate to lose weight. This plan is not a guarantee for all women, but is never a bad thing to try a new diet, when is not involving starvation.

Few ideas that can be followed also at work, 5 meals per day, are easy to do it! Eat at breakfast no more than 350 -400 calories, 350 – 400 calories at lunch, and 300 -350 at dinner. The meals between should not be more than 100 – 150 calories each.

In addition, have half a pint of skimmed milk a day, drink herbal teas (lemon, ginger, forest fruits, vanilla, green tea) and lots of water.

Day 1

Breakfast

– a bowl of steaming porridge using 50 g of oats and 200 ml milk

– you can use max 1 teaspoon of brown sugar

Lunch

– 300 g bowl of pea and mint soup

– you can eat a chunk of granary bread

Dinner

– beef casserole (100g) with baked sweet potatoes.

– you can use other vegetables (150g) like zucchini, egg-plant, pea, broccoli, corn in stead of potatoes.

For Mid -am and Mid-pm use a banana, Greek yogurt, an apple.

See tomorrow London Diet plan DAY 2

Lettuce Wraps

Lettuce wraps

Lettuce wraps are a great way to combat the carbohydrates found in bread, and making low-carb lettuce wraps is all about creativity. Find out which lettuce to use to make wraps with help from a celebrity nutrition and fitness expert in this free video on carbohydrates and healthy eating.

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Try this!

Ingredients:
3 c. cubed chicken breast
1 can black beans, rinsed & drained
1 medium tomato, chopped
1 can green chiles
1/2 c. salsa
1/4 c. onion, chopped
1/4 c. bell pepper, chopped
1 T. lime juice
1/2 t. cumin
1/2 t. salt
1/4 t. garlic powder
1 medium avocado, chopped
1/2 c. sour cream
1 head iceberg lettuce

1. Combine first 11 ingredients.
2. Before serving, stir in avocado.
3. Scoop 1/2 cup of chicken mixture into each lettuce leaf & top with 2 t. sour cream.

Tips and Hints Eat On The Run

Handy Tips and Hints To Help You Eat On The Run we give you to help maintain your silhouette. Tips and hints Eat On the run are easy to follow and you will look great and lose weight:
• Get equipped:

Along with your brief case, laptop and/or handbag you need to have a cooler bag for
meals & snacks.
Always have a filled water bottle with you.
TIP: Freeze your cooler bag overnight for hot summer days.
• Bulk Up:
Save time and money by buying and preparing food in bulk. Too much precious time
is wasted by always running to the local shopping center to buy items. Having a well
stocked pantry makes so much easier to grab and run! Arrange someone to do your
shopping if necessary!
TIP: Prepare bulk salads using barley, rice, pasta, chickpeas, beans.
These keep easily for up to three days in the fridge.
When you do prepare food, like over weekends, make extra and freeze it for use
during your busy week.
Buy nuts/seeds & dried fruit in bulk and spend time while in front of the TV packing
handfuls into small packets (e.g. small bank bags).
• Emergency packs:
At the start of each week, take a container to work with ‘basics’ (tomato, cucumber,
green pepper, tub of low fat cheese, cheese wedges, tinned tuna, provitas/ryvitas, cup
of soups, breakfast bars, fruit, yogurts) this becomes your emergency lunch for days
when you forget or simply do not have time to make lunch!

• Keep ‘drawer’ food:
Keep non-perishable food items at work ‘drawer food’ or in your car, your
cubbyhole, your suitcase, and your gym bag. (e.g. dried fruit, biltong, health bars,
nuts, seeds, etc…)