We’re so thrilled to be able to share some news from one of our client’s recent success stories. Once our dieters have completed all phases of the Can’t Lose Diet program, we often keep in touch for support feedback, or just sharing healthy recipes. Not only does it provide us with the feedback and successful case studies to show our program really works, but it also offers us the opportunity to share some of that info with our dieters and others in and around Westchester.
Healthy Recipes from Can’t Lose Diet in Westchester County
Here’s a recent photo submitted by dieter Jen — a yummy seafood salad that is delicious! We can tell you that Jen is the dieter featured in the blog article at https://www.cantlosediet.com/2
Her “major milestone” mentioned in that piece was dropping below 200 lbs. (down from a starting weight with the Can’t Lose Diet of 283 lbs.)! We can report that she recently weighed in at 163 lbs., so Jen has lost over 100 lbs. eating Can’t Lose Diet meals like this.
You Can Treat Yourself in the Fat-Burning Mode
Jen also sent us her baked cinnamon apple dessert. In sending it to me, she said, “I was too pressed for time to prepare the complete Baked Apple Cinnamon dessert, so I took a shortcut and simply heated up my apple with cinnamon — simply delicious!”
Can’t Lose Diet provides dieters with a bunch of really tasty recipes and meals that are formulated for optimal fat burning. But that doesn’t mean flavor and satisfaction are out the window. The original recipe is as follows, in a past blog post from Can’t Lose Diet owner, Pat Hall:
The other day I was feeling a bit sorry for myself having just come back from an engagement party where I passed on the delicious looking cake when inspiration struck. I can treat myself and still be in the fat-burning mode:
- I sliced up 2 apples, sprinkled with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, dash of salt, 2 packets of stevia and a quarter cup of water.
- Folded into tin foil and baked at 400 for 30 minutes.
- If you’re not in fat-burning mode you can add a dollup of yogurt and sprinkle crushed pecans on top. 200 calories and you can treat yourself with a delicious, healthy dessert.
I call it Cinnamon Baked Apples.
We love how Jen improvised and kept her treat healthy, where many of us go right for the convenient option of processed sweets. Go Jen, we’re cheering you on!