"Slimming World" Free Foods: Guilt-free Food Whenever You're Hungry

"Slimming World" Free Foods: Guilt-free Food Whenever You're Hungry

By: Slimming World (author)Hardback

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The people at Slimming World know that all slimmers want plenty of gorgeous food - but to deny yourself is not the way to get slim and stay slim. This unique approach to slimming is based on a revolutionary concept - that of 'Free Foods' - foods you eat in any quantities, whenever you're hungry. And they aren't just typical diet staples such as lettuce and low-fat cottage cheese. Free Foods include pasta, rice, lean meat, fish, poultry, and fresh fruit and vegetables. Fancy a big plateful of vegetable curry with unlimited rice, or a pile of pasta with a spicy tomato sauce? How about a monster jacket potato with a tin of baked beans? Or a meaty tuna steak with a heap of ratatouille? Recipes such as Farfalle and mixed bean salad, Mild and creamy chicken curry, Fragrant pilaff, and many more besides, can be eaten as Free Foods when you are Food Optimising. Gone are the days of feeling as though you are missing out!

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Founded in 1969 by Margaret Miles-Bramwell, Slimming World is the UK's most advanced slimming organisation. It manages thousands of groups across the country with over 250,000 members attending every month, and another 15,000 attending free as successful target members. Each week, around 2000 members reach their personal target weight. Slimming World's unique approach to weight loss is an extraordinary success story.

Product Details

  • publication date: 06/01/2005
  • ISBN13: 9780091901653
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780091901653
  • weight: 932
  • ISBN10: 0091901650

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