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Eating Soup To Lose Weight
- Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue.
- reduce: take off weight
- There is evidence that both men and women who gain weight in adulthood increase their risk of diabetes.
- (eat) take in solid food; "She was eating a banana"; "What did you eat for dinner last night?"
- eat a meal; take a meal; "We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls"; "I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation"
- Have (a meal)
- the act of consuming food
- Put (food) into the mouth and chew and swallow it
- Have a meal in a restaurant
- A substance or mixture perceived to resemble soup in appearance or consistency
- liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
- A liquid dish, typically made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables, etc., in stock or water
- Nitroglycerine or gelignite, esp. as used for safecracking
- dope (a racehorse)
- any composition having a consistency suggestive of soup
With no dieting, sacrifice, or self-denial, Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight encourages you to eat all the foods you love while staying thin forever, to enhance body image and self-image. The program is based on ten years of research and interviews with nutritionists. It teaches you how to eat foods in special combinations in order to restructure your metabolism. Divided into two parts, Level 1 is for people who want to lose weight and Level 2 is for maintaining the reduced weight.
Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight is a complete written explanation of what Somersizing is and how the program works. With more than 100 Somersizing recipes, from soups to main courses to desserts, it offers Suzanne's invaluable advice regarding Somersizing, including how to order dinner at a restaurant, how the program can work on a vegetarian diet, which ethnic foods can be Somersize friendly, and why dark chocolate and wine can be acceptable to eat on the program. "Food is only one component of a happy, healthier life. I firmly believe that you must master not only your physical health but also your emotional wellness," says Suzanne. "In this book, I'll show you what works for me. You'll learn how to be fit, not fanatic; how to make movement and fitness a pleasurable part of daily life; and how to make the most of every moment of every day, including your meals."
Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight will appeal to people who want to enjoy life, to lose weight without dieting and undue sacrifice. It's a real program from a real person who has done it herself and continues to do it every day. "With Somersizing I can eat all the wonderful foods I love and still lose weight. I don't have to give up flavor. I don't settle for boring meals with no sauce. I don't count calories or fat," says Suzanne. "Somersizing is an easy and effective way to look and feel your best while enjoying life to the fullest. You'll have more energy than ever before, you'll say good-bye to the bloating and gas that used to rountinely follow mealtimes; and you'll lose weight." Respectful and mindful of what people really want, "Somersizing is not about being physically perfect or unrealistically thin. It's about being the best you can be."
Years ago, Suzanne Somers lost the chance to appear on a hit television series because she was "too chunky." That missed opportunity started her on a "diet roller coaster," trying all kinds of diets. Now Somers believes that diets and deprivation do not help people lose weight in the long-term. In Eat Great, Lose Weight, she explains the food-combining plan she calls "Somersizing": eliminate "funky foods" such as sugar ("my body's greatest enemy") and white flour; eat fruits alone on an empty stomach; eat proteins and fats with vegetables and without carbohydrates; eat carbohydrates with vegetables and without fat.
Sommers presents 113 recipes that certainly don't resemble a traditional diet and might make a weight-loss expert's hair curl, such as Crispy Fried Eggplant and Mozzarella Finger Sandwiches, Flourless Cheese Souffle (with butter, eggs, cream cheese, and Gruyere cheese), and Grilled Pepper Steak with Herb Butter (trim the fat from the meat, but add both butter and olive oil). There's no nutritional breakdown, so you can't count fat or calories. Somers admits that "many experts will argue that food combining is a myth," but she says it works for her, and she credits it with trimming her down to 116 pounds, even though she eats "more than ever."
183/365 I come in peace (to eat your pies)
Good lord, it's no wonder I usually only take shots of my head. I need to lose some weight.
I kind of knew that, though I had assumed my scales were having some kind of hallucinatory episode, but it turns out they were right, I'm a lardy-arse.
Time to do something about it, or I'll be on to desperate measures (i.e. exercise) before I know it. Bring on the cabbage soup!
Strobist: Good old Mr. Sun provided the light from the right, with a 430EXII in a 40cm softbox to camera left to give the fill. Lard!
SFL July 20 2006 Ministrone Veg Soup Eating Better
well come this tuesday my three weeks into SFL will be up, and i can't wait to see my new menu on tuesday when i go in for my weigh in in the first two weeks i lost 14 pounds. And this is homemade, yes that right i made it, and very yummy indeed, and to eat i never ate homemade soups, let alone learn to cook them.
eating soup to lose weight
Find out how hundreds of thousands of people all across the country have melted the pounds away without dieting, without deprivation -- the Somersize way!
With her number one New York Times bestsellers Eat Great, Lose Weight and Get Skinny on Fabulous Food, Suzanne Somers spread the word about her revolutionary weight-loss program that's unlike any diet out there. When you Somersize, you can eat your favorite foods until you are full and change your metabolism without skipping meals. Unlike other weight-loss programs, you don't have to eliminate entire food groups or skimp on portions -- instead, you can trim your waistline and boost your energy levels without depriving yourself of healthy, great-tasting foods.
In her new book, Suzanne Somers’ Eat, Cheat, and Melt the Fat Away, Suzanne shows loyal fans and newcomers alike that losing weight and getting fit are easier now than ever before. You'll be amazed at how the pounds just melt away when you eat hearty, rich foods like cheese, butter, meats, creamy sauces, and tempting desserts. The key is eating food in the right combinations to achieve maximum weight loss, while also lowering your cholesterol and blood pressure. Eat, Cheat, and Melt the Fat Away explains Somersizing in detail for those who have come to the plan for the first time. It also offers the latest Somersizing news, including:
* how hormone imbalances affect weight gain and how to maintain your weight throughout every phase in your life, from puberty through your childbearing years to menopause;
* how to Somersize with your children;
* how to incorporate little "cheats" into the plan so you never feel deprived, but still lose weight;
* information about the remarkable new natural sugar that allows you to eat sweets and still stay slim;
* answers to the most frequently asked questions and concerns about Somersizing;
* Somersize success stories that will inspire you to lose weight and get healthy.
And best of all, Eat, Cheat, and Melt the Fat Away also includes more than 100 new Somersize recipes that will tantalize your taste buds, including Pan-Fried Petrale Sole with Lemon, Butter, and Caper Sauce; Deep-Fried Turkey with Fried Onions and Herbs; Roasted Sweet Red Pepper Soup with Creme Fraiche and Crispy Sage Leaves; Portobello Mushrooms with Bubbling Pesto; Molten Chocolate Cakes; Raspberry Souffle; and many more.
Portobello Mushrooms with Bubbling Pesto
PRO/FATS AND VEGGIES -- LEVEL ONE
These mushrooms make a great appetizer or a delicious accompaniment for a summer meal alongside a steak. They work especially well if you are using your outdoor grill, but you can also broil them in the oven.
4 large portobello mushrooms
Olive oil for brushing
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 recipe Basil Pesto (p. 155)
4 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Trim the stems off the mushrooms. Brush mushrooms with olive oil and season lightly. Cook gill side down over medium coals or in the broiler for 5 minutes.
Turn the mushrooms over and spread a spoonful of pesto over the entire surface. Continue to cook for 10 minutes or until the mushrooms are very tender and the pesto is bubbling. Sprinkle the Parmesan on top of the pesto and return to broiler until cheese is melted and golden.
Dawn's Deviled Eggs
PRO/FATS AND VEGGIES -- LEVEL ONE
My good friend Barry Manilow has a wonderful cook named Dawn. These are her delicious deviled eggs. Her original recipe includes avocado, which makes the filling green. Try it that way for Level Two.
5 hard-boiled eggs, halved lengthwise
1 tablespoon minced scallion, white and light green parts
1 large jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced
Juice from 1 lime
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt, or to taste
red chili flakes for garnish
Remove the yolks from the whites. Set the whites aside. Mash the yolks in a bowl with a fork. Add the scallion, jalapeno, lime juice, mayonnaise, and salt. Add more mayonnaise to reach desired consistency. Mash with a fork until blended. Using a teaspoon, carefully stuff whites with yolk mixture, mounding the tops.
For extra heat, garnish with red chili flakes.
For Level Two
Add 1 whole mashed avocado to the egg yolk mixture.
From the Hardcover edition.
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