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How to Cook Yourself Thin

Updated on October 10, 2009

You want to be thin. And you want to eat. The Lifetime series, Cook Yourself Thin, shows you how you can eat the foods you love and lose weight. Based on a wildly popular British series and the "Cook Yourself Thin" cookbook, culinary experts teach guests how to replace dieting with clever cooking, and pare down those pounds.The series focuses on how to transform favorite high calorie recipes into lower calorie, healthier versions that taste better.

Have Your Food and Eat It, Too

Chicken and bean burritos with pineapple salsa, chocolate and raspberry roulade with raspberry sauce, and pasta primavera are just a few examples of the recipes that have been revamped on the show. These dishes may not sound very diet conscious, but with the right ingredient replacements, are actually figure friendly. And, they are dishes the entire family can enjoy. This is great news for dieters because it is no longer necessary to make your own skinny meal, and than a separate meal for the rest of the household. Everyone can eat the same thing.

Lifetime's website offers recipes from the show, as well as a number of tips to help you lose those unwanted inches. Without the hassle and stress of dieting. There are even ideas about saving money on healthy foods, and a list of good for you foods, including blueberries, spinach, broccoli and kiwi, from the nation's leading physicians.

Rather than dieting, (because who wants to do that?) Cook Yourself Thin is about making healthier choices when it comes to the foods you cook and eat. Cutting the calories, and doubling the flavor is exciting. Nothing tastes worse than diet food, that no flavor sustenance we're supposed to eat to lose weight. Where's the fun in that? Cook Yourself Thin will give you the skills and confidence to make over your favorite indulgent recipes so you can have your food and eat it, too.


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