Trying to come up with healthy lunch ideas for weight loss can be a real challenge. And if you don’t plan your lunch properly, the chances are that you’re going to eat something unsuitable for your goals.
I know personally, that even when you’re not trying to lose weight, coming up with healthy lunch ideas isen’t easy. If you’re not well prepared, you can end up having the same things every week, which can be quite boring.
Healthy lunch ideas for weight loss
So, I thought I’d do a bit of research, and since I’ve already shared some healthy lunch ideas recently, I thought I’d specifically cover some healthy lunch ideas for weight loss.
Well, here are 18 delicious healthy lunch ideas for weight loss conscious individuals. If you give them a go, be sure to let me know. Click to read more…
Many people think there’s simply no such thing as a healthy dessert; especially when you’re dieting. Thankfully though, with the right food choices overall, you can still enjoy sweet treats or healthy desserts without them ending up on your hips!
The trick is to be choosy about the ingredients and portion size. If you really need a sweet fix after dinner each night, I’d suggest sticking with fresh fruit, and save these yummy low fat desserts for once or twice a week.
If your sweet tooth is the downfall of your dieting efforts, then try these 25 delicious low fat healthy desserts… Click to read more…
It seems we love to find out what’s been happening in the lives of our favourite celebs, and no less what diet they’ve been following, or how they lost weight so rapidly.
We all know the media is manipulated, but nonetheless we’re still interested!
Unfortunately, in their search to be slim and beautiful more often than not they favour the most stupid, radical, and downright weird diets on the planet!
Lets take a look at the extreme lengths our celebs go to:
#1 Uma Thurman’s Raw Food Diet
This diet gets my number one spot because of it’s complete grossness! The idea is that raw food contains live enzymes which boost energy, these enzymes are destroyed during cooking. The diet is said to extend to raw meat, including beef, venison and duck. Yuk! Really Uma, what were you thinking? Click to read more…
We all know what a challenge it can be getting kids to eat healthy foods, and despite the array of delicious fruits on offer during the summer months, very often they simply won’t touch them!
If you’re holding a kids party it can be very tempting to serve a host of highly processed, sugary foods, just to keep the peace. But, what if you could make the presentation of your desserts so appealing that your kids would just have to try them?
Note: You might be interested in the five part series on Vegetarianism I wrote some time ago.
Someone once said, “Simplicity is the keynote of good taste and saves a lot of time.”
An apt observation, don’t you think, which applies as much to what we eat, as it does in other areas of our lives?
At present I’m in the process of moving from South Australia, back to the UK. We’re staying in Perth for a couple of weeks, and circumstances have again reminded me that eating a simple diet is key to maintaining good health.
Some of the simplest, healthiest foods available have to be oats, peas, beans and barley. Click to read more…