London, UK (PRWEB UK) 23 January 2014
Mental health nurse John Thompson, 39, has been announced the winner of Fit Factor 2013, following a year-long competition to help local people turn their lives around with an intense health and fitness programme, The Journal reported January 2nd. According to the article, “Fit Factor team are thriving following their huge weight loss,” Fit Factor 2013 attracted hundreds of entrants and the six finalists chosen lost more than 22 stones between them in just 12 weeks. Thompson, who lost more than five stones in weight and still wants to lose a further two stones by March this year, commented, ‘Things have been going well since the end of Fit Factor. I completed the Bupa Great North 10k and the Great North Swim.’ (http://www.thejournal.co.uk/news/fit-factor-team-thriving-following-6462194)
This inspired Yourwellness Magazine to give readers a four-day weight loss eating plan. Yourwellness Magazine noted, ‘If you want to lose weight and take care of your wellbeing, the Dukan Diet can help you do it. However, if simply getting started is sending your wellness in a spin, fear not; we’ve got a four-day meal plan just for you.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/get-started-dukan-diet-four-day-plan/#sthash.KoXW7zHr.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine detailed recipes as part of the Dukan Diet plan:
- Day One Lunch: Mix finely chopped 175g extra-lean ham, 225g fat-free quark, finely chopped chives and marjoram, four finely chopped shallots and Tabasco, and roll into small balls – this serves four.
- Day One Dinner: Combine 400g sirloin steak (cut into small cubes) with two tablespoons soy sauce, one tablespoon oyster sauce, one big piece of grated ginger and a little black pepper. Let this marinate for 30 minutes or more. Brown four crushed garlic cloves in a pan, add beef and stir over high heat for 10-15 seconds for medium-rare.
- Day Two Breakfast: Sprinkle 200g fat-free yoghurt with oat bran, one drop of vanilla essence and sweetener.
For the rest of the recipes, visit the gateway to living well at http://www.yourwellness.com.