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Nothing To Lose But Fat!, Issue #012 - Food Lovers Diet - Summer Recipes!
July 06, 2012

Food Lovers Diet - Summer Recipes

Calling all food lovers who want to lose fat!

Summer time is the best time to be eating low glycemic because it’s easier to get lots of fresh, ripe produce from farmers' stands and markets and you can eat well and not cook! The best low glycemic way to eat is to plan your meals around what’s available to you locally.

So what are the best of the summer, low glycemic recipes for the food lover?

Two of my no cooking favorites are a tabouli recipe, a salad with shrimp and a fresh peach smoothie!

You can buy bulgur at your supermarket and it requires no cooking - you only need to add water. Take the tabouli recipe and add 1 pound of peeled and deveined cooked shrimp* cut in half. If you are buying the little ones just add whole. Add the shrimp with all the extra ingredients so the flavors blend together.

When you make a green salad and have fruit for dessert you have a complete, low glycemic meal!

The peach smoothie is best this time of year because depending on where you live you may be able to buy fresh peaches. If you can’t find them already ripened just put them in a paper bag and check them every day for ripeness.

Now, you can either make the smoothie your breakfast or dinner and really accelerate your fat loss program or have one for a snack and eat lighter at your next meal. Either way you are packing in nutrients and the fresh peaches make it an amazing taste treat!


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* Look for shrimp that have been raised or caught with good environmental practices. You can get fresh or frozen certified by an independent agency like the Marine Stewardship Council. If you can’t find certified shrimp, choose wild caught shrimp from N. America where it is more likely to be sustainably caught.

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