Lose half a ston in two weeks!
It’s time to pack away the winter woollies and get summer-ready. So if you want to feel body confident, we’ve got the plan for you. Full of tasty and filling foods, you could lose up to 7lbs in two weeks* –without going hungry!
How it works
1 Pick one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner every day. Feel free to repeat meals you enjoy and you’ll find more ideas at www.slimmingworld.co.uk or when you join your local Slimming World group.
2 Foods printed in bold are “Free Food” which you can enjoy freely to satisfy your appetite with no weighing, counting or measuring. Base meals around Free Food, like veg, pasta, lean meat, fish, rice, potatoes, fat-free dairy, eggs and more. Meat substitutes Quorn and vegan Quorn fillets, mince and pieces (plain only) and naturally smoked and plain tofu also count as Free Food. And if you feel hungry between meals, snack on fresh fruit, veg crudités and fat-free natural yoghurt.
3 As well as Free Food, stock up on fat-free salad dressings, herbs, passata, oil-free tomato purée, soy sauce, spices and stock, which can be used freely to flavour meals.
4 To make sure that you’re enjoying a fully balanced diet, Slimming World encourages you to have measured amounts of foods that are high in calcium, like milk and cheese, and full of fibre, such as wholemeal bread and nuts. These can be enjoyed as part of your meals and, where we’ve included them as such in this plan, we’ve given specific measurements. Alternatively, you may choose to use them in hot drinks, or on their own as a snack. Just remember to only stick to one portion of calcium and one portion of fibre each day. Where you’re enjoying them separately: l Choose 350ml skimmed milk, 250ml semi-skimmed milk or 400ml unsweetened calcium-enriched soya milk, or 30g full-fat hard cheese or 40g reduced-fat hard cheese. l Boost your fibre intake by having two medium slices of wholemeal bread (from a 400g loaf) or a 60g wholemeal roll. 5 Treat yourself. Enjoy up to two treats from the list provided every day.