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About the diet: In The Saint-Tropez Diet, Dr. Pappas reveals the four simple principles to unlock your fat-burning receptors so that you can lose weight quickly, fight chronic diseases, and erase years of premature aging.
Benefits of the diet: The Saint-Tropez Diet is a mouth-watering, pleasure-loving, and life-enhancing eating plan that will teach you to cook and eat and love food. And the results? Steady and sensible weight loss, a noticeable increase in your energy levels, and the acquisition of powerful biological immunity boosters to ward off chronic diseases such as hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, and a host of heart-related disorders.
Yes I know that is a very long name for a wrap but I designed the recipe all by myself and It is simply AMAZING!
This recipe serves one and makes for a healthy lunch or dinner!
1 Spinach Wrap- I like Cedar’s brand
3 Large Portobello Mushroom Caps
1 Serving of chicken breast cut into small bite size pieces- About the size of your palm
2 Tbs extra virgin olive oil
Dash of black pepper, hot red pepper flake, and garlic powder
1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
Sauté chicken, mushrooms, olive oil, and seasonings in pan on medium heat for 20 minutes until fully cooked and sizzling
Put the wrap on a plate and sprinkle the cheese in center
Fill the wrap with sautéed chicken mushroom mixture, the hot mixture should melt the cheese
Wrap your wrap like a burrito and enjoy!
Tonight’s E! News featured a segment on Hollywood revenge diets so I decided to take some notes. The focus was on four recent heartbreak victims Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, Carmen Electra, and Kate Hudson.
Reese Dropped 10 pounds and went from a size 6 to a size 2 after her October breakup from Ryan Phillipe. Her diet consists of a high fiber muffin for breakfast, chicken salad for lunch, and salmon with veggies for dinner. When it comes to fitness Reese runs 3 miles each day and does yoga.
Drew Barrymore lost 20 pounds after her breakup with Fabrizio Moretti. She lost the weight eating cereal for breakfast, a chicken sandwich for lunch, and fish with veggies at dinner time. Drew says she does pig out sometimes but makes up for it by running 5 miles everyday and lifting weights 5 days a week.
Even Carmen Electra lost 10 pounds after her breakup with rocker Dave Navarro. She dropped the weight by avoiding all salt, oil and butter. Carmen also regularly participates in belly dancing, yoga and ballet classes to keep her body in tip top shape.
After Kate Hudson’s separating with husband Chris Robinson she toned up by dropping 10 pounds. Kate’s diet secrets include eating smaller portions and organic foods. She also stays in shape with stripper aerobics and running around after her 3 year old son Ryder.
Source: E! News
These are the guidelines, developed by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. They set these rules for this fashion week to prevent unhealthy models from walking the runway.
Following several anorexia-related model deaths last year, mandatory rules – which specifically defined a healthy body-mass index for models – are now enforced in other countries.
In Italy, it is prohibited to hire a model under 16 and models must submit medical proof that they don’t suffer from anorexia or bulimia.
The CFDA declined to take such drastic measures.
Despite new guidelines to fatten up the waifs, a survey of the backstage spreads at Fashion Week found plenty of food, but few takers.
At the Lycra denim lounge Tuesday, there was a table full of minicupcakes that went almost untouched.
And some of what is consumed isn’t staying down. “We can smell it. They’re doing a lot of vomiting,” janitor Dennis White, 28, told Reuters. He was cleaning up the toilets as models prepared for an early-morning show.
“At our first show, we had catering backstage, but the models didn’t eat,” said a publicist. “So at our last one, we’re not even going to be bothering with catering – we’re just having champagne, water and energy drinks.”
As you can see the CFDA’s new guidlines are worthless!
Source: NY Post
This soup and salad recipe combination is from the Barilla Healthy Italian Lunch Menu. The whole meal is only 313 calories per serving! It sounds so good that I must make it for lunch tomorrow!!
½ cup dried cannelloni or navy beans, soaked for 8 hours (Discard water. Canned
beans may be used but will be softer)
8 cups water
2 slices bacon
1 small can peeled tomatoes ( or 3-4 raw tomatoes, peeled)
1 large red onion
2 cloves garlic
2 small carrots
2 stalks celery
½ package frozen spinach or 2 cups fresh
½ pound savoy or white cabbage
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 sprig fresh marjoram or ½ teaspoon dried
½ teaspoon thyme
1 teaspoon fresh parsley
salt and pepper to taste
¼ cup Barilla Ditalini pasta, uncooked
1/3 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
Dice bacon, onion, garlic. Saute in oil until golden brown.
Add beans, broth and water, herbs and tomatoes. Cover and simmer for 1 hour.
Add diced carrots, celery, potato and zucchini, continue to simmer for 1 additional hour.
Add spinach, parsley and shredded cabbage with uncooked pasta.
Simmer for ½ to 1 hour until vegetables and pasta are soft. Check seasoning and add additional herbs, salt and pepper to taste. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Makes 6 servings. If made ahead, omit pasta and add 1 cup cooked pasta when warming.
1 ounce mozzarella cheese
1 sliced tomato
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 fresh basil leaf, chopped
Salt, to taste
Layer mozzarella cheese on tomato slices . Drizzle with olive oil. Salt to taste and finish with basil.
For more recipes from Barilla’s Healthy Italian Menu CLICK HERE.
Paris is pictured here munching on a bowl of cereal. I think this was a surprisingly wise choice for Paris, because cereal is filled with so many great nutrients and vitamins. I’m not sure what kind of cereal it is, but looks to be corn flakes. CLICK HERE to see the Kellogg’s Corn Flake nutritional facts for yourself and you’ll be shocked at how healthy cereal really is. Add sliced bananas or strawberries and milk for a nutrition filled breakfast.
Mediterranean Diet- In need of a lifestyle makeover? More than just dining like seaside residents the Mediterranean Diet is about slowing down and savoring what you eat. The focus is on rural fare such as seafood and healthy fats found in olive oil, nuts, and avocados.
French Women Don’t Get Fat: The Secret of Eating For Pleasure- If you want to lose weight without giving up your indulgences, then try eating like our slim sisters in France. No need to swear off chocolate or count calories with the French Women’s Diet. Instead, you’ll eat small portions of high-quality, in-season foods. And if you overdo it at one meal, simply cut back at the next.
NutriSystem- For those who crave convenience and are willing to pay extra for taking the guesswork out of meal planning, NutriSystem might be for you. It doesn’t get easier than having prepackaged meals delivered right to your door. The focus is on low-fat proteins, whole grains, veggies and heart-healthy fats.
Something about eating every meal out of a box just does not sound appetizing to me!!!
Yes! Finally a website designed specifically for health food freaks like myself. All you have to do is enter your zip code, how many miles you’re willing to travel, price range and submit. A new feature that allows you to select possible cuisine types and venues is coming soon. Each result provides map quest directions and each restaurant’s nutritional information. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE HEALTHY DINING FINDER!!!
To go along with the theme I found some very interesting dining statistics while browsing the web!
R&I’s 2007 New American Diner Study data are based on a representative sample of U.S. consumers,
weighted to match the population by gender, household income, race, region and age. In all, more than 3,200 respondents were surveyed.
Jeremy Piven tells Cosmopolitan how he lost 20 pounds for his roll in Smokin’ Aces…
“This character was an entertainer — a magician turned gangster turned snitch — and he was doing a great deal of cocaine. If you’re gonna abuse yourself that heavily and rob your body of nutrients, you’re gonna lose body weight. I went down to about 158 just by eating smaller meals and more meals on a strict raw-food diet. Oddly enough, I was in the best shape of my life to portray the worst shape of my life.”
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