Keep It Simple Stupid

The Shake Day Plan Works For Me I have been following the ISALean Shake Day plan for the past few days.  The numbers are pretty simple.  Two shakes daily, if you don't have time to make half-shakes. Half shakes are when you only use one scoop instead of 2 scoops of the ISALean chocolate or... Continue Reading →

Restarting ISAGENIX

Oops! I didn't start on Tuesday. I'm baaaack! I had one shake on Tuesday. However, later that day I just didn't feel like doing it. So I had a few cocktails and a Pork Chop dinner instead. No harm-no foul. What ISAGENIX has done for me is to minimize the portions of food that I... Continue Reading →

Chicken Broccoli Stir Fry

Look at these numbers... A quick and easy recipe for two. I like stir frying chicken and vegetables.  You can add more chicken broth and a little arrow root if you want to create a sauce like you get at Chinese restaurants. Ingredients: 1 Chicken boneless breast no skin 2 large Scallions 2 serving chopped broccoli 1... Continue Reading →

Mock Singapore Rice Noodles

Try my Mock Singapore Rice Noodles. The following recipe is good for any diet. It's not specific to ISAGENIX or Weight Watchers.  Although, I originally created the recipe while Kathy was on the Weight Watchers program.  If you notice the values for this dish are higher then normal. That's because this recipe originally serves 4... Continue Reading →

Shrimp Stir Fry Minus Noodles

Second Attempt at a healthy balanced ISAGENIX meal. I'm pretty hungry right about now.  That made me want to make a dish that was equally healthy with low carbs, fat and calories and filling.  Noodles are probably not the best ingredient to use while on a diet. So I decided to replace noodles with shredded... Continue Reading →

Getting Started

First things first... There are two sites I use to compile data when making the necessary calculations for what I think will make this process successful.  The first site I use is Nutritiondata.com, for obtaining the calories, fat, carbs, sodium and inflammatory factors.  The second site I use is HealthStatus.com, for calculating the number of... Continue Reading →

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