The 135 Hearty Diet To Happiness: Lose Weight, Feel Full While Eating Yummy Food
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Are you trying hard to lose 10 pounds, 20 pounds, or 30 pounds? Are you getting worried as you gained a few pounds year after year? Are you concerned that you are buying bigger clothes?
If you enjoy a full meal or you are a meat lover who have tried traditional diets and failed, you would know that small leafy meals won't work for you because you feel deprived, lost and unhappy. You don’t need to starve yourself or eat tasteless cardboard to lose weight! You don’t need to buy expensive food that you can’t even spell.
The 135 Diet is a hearty diet plan. You will learn 5 simple steps for busy people to lose weight and keep the pounds off. It is a complete guidebook and cookbook in one. The book includes sample daily meal plans and many delicious recipes that cover main dishes, side dishes, breakfasts, snacks and detox! The meals are balanced with meat/seafood, vegetables and good carbs to give you that satisfying feeling.
With simple ingredients and quick and easy preparations, you can make healthy dishes in just 30 minutes or less. You will feel full with a good amount of food (and meat!) while keeping calories low. Food tastes just as good as regular food but healthier. You won’t be hungry and you would not even realize you are on diet.
The best part of it – No counting calories! Losing weight doesn't need to be complicated. You can shed some pounds and trim off inches from your waist. Just eat the right food, feel full, lose weight, and repeat!
Losing weight is not a rocket science. By taking baby steps and being consistent, the author is sharing her success in her weight loss journey. Follow her on Facebook.com/135Diet.
Table of content:
Prologue / Disclaimer
My struggle – I used to be skinny and now I’m a fatty
Chapter 1: 5 Small Changes to Lose Weight
Chapter 2: The 1-3-5 Strategy for Meal Planning
Chapter 3: Train Your Brain for Happiness
Chapter 4: Meal Planning
Chapter 5: Detox Weekly
Chapter 6: Daily Main Dishes
Chapter 7: Occasional Main Dishes
Chapter 8: Side Dishes
Chapter 9: Breakfast
Chapter 10: Snacks/Fillers
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consume is the key in every weight loss. Exercise is like the queen, and a good diet is like the king. The bottom line is that you cannot out exercise a bad diet. I have heard some fitness gurus say “Abs are made in the kitchen, not in the gym”. So, I came up with five small changes in my diet. I’ll talk about them next. I lost 11 pounds in three months during the winter of 2012. I went to a friend’s Christmas party and I looked decent. At least my face didn’t look like a personal
just after two weeks of my “system”. With each of these little things combined, the effect is like compound interest. To me, the key to success is being consistent, making baby step changes, and finding healthier meals that you can enjoy or at least tolerate eating over and over again. Positive results will follow. As a meat lover, I know how important it is to have enough meat to satisfy my brain as I change the quality of my diet. Finding easy to make recipes is also important because
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