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Have you struggled to lose weight? Are you feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to start? If you’re like me and have been on one crazy diet after another with little if any good results, I’m here to help. I want you to know how to lose weight and keep it off forever.

I weighed 100 kilos when I decided to give up dieting and become a healthy person. I lost 35 kilos and have kept it off since 1993. I turned my greatest weakness ‘food’ into my greatest strength and so can you.

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Symply Too Good To Be True cookbooks 1-7
Let’s face it diet food is bland and boring and it’s not sustainable long-term. Get off the diet rollercoaster and come into my world of healthy living!
Symply Too Good To Be True breakfast shake on the go
One of the first things that often happens when life gets busy is our healthy eating plan goes out the window. Well I have a solution that can help.
Symply With You mentoring from Symply Too Good To Be True
I once weighed 100 kilos and was getting fatter with every fad diet I tried. When I received that swimsuit photo in the mail, I knew something had to change.

Much of the traditional Christmas fare is laden with fat. Here’s my guide to healthy Christmas feasting to take the guesswork out of Christmas meal choices.

Christmas fare can be expensive. Don’t let the leftover ham go smelly or Christmas pudding go mouldy after Christmas, make them into a delicious meal. Here’s my simple tips:

barbecue season

Warm days and nights mean it’s barbecue season. But before you get cooking, there are a few things you should do to prepare.

El Dorado Salad book 7

Who said salad is boring? This delicious salad is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at your next gathering, enjoy on its own as a vegetarian meal or serve with lean, grilled meat.

Symple Brownies book 7

At last a guilt-free brownie that’s gluten free, low in fat and high on taste. Suitable to freeze in individual portions, if it lasts that long.

Tropical Christmas Cake

This tropical Christmas Cake is best eaten fresh. If cooking ahead for Christmas, freeze until a few hours before required then defrost at room temperature.

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Tuesday’s thought… I want to remind you that you’re the who can give you the best Christmas present ever. That’s right -you can decide to become a healthy person and give yourself the gift of good health now and for your future. No more diets anymore, just a healthy lifestyle. What a priceless gift that would be. Annette 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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This week in my afternoon posts we are talking all things Christmas. If you are worried about having too much temptation around you at this time of year, here are some tips to help you stay on track:
1. Cut your food down by at least a third - there are always too many choices and way too much food on offer on the 25th.
2. Buy small bags of chocolates and lollies so there won't be any left over.
3. Include my low-fat dips from book 4 and a fruit platter for nibblies.
4. Don't sit near the snack food so you're less likely to be tempted.
5. Make my guilt-free Christmas recipes from book 2, your guests won't know the difference but your waistline will.

For more tips, menu suggestions and recipes check out my Christmas Survival eBook www.symplytoogood.com.au/product/christmas/

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Monday’s thought… Don't use the next few weeks as an excuse to give up on your healthy program. I have had 24 Christmases at my healthy weight range so I'm living proof it can be done. Here are 3 tips:
1) Cut down the day before or the day after an event to help balance out the extra calories
2) Drink more water than alcahol
3) Don't make it all about the food. The festive season is about celebrating your religious faith, time with family and a time to relax and enjoy the festivities.
Don’t let Christmas undo all the good that you have done this year, with a bit of planning you can stay on track.
Annette 😊
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This is the final weekend before Christmas and I want you to take some time out for you - even if it's just one hour! Do something you love, take a bubble bath, read a book. Make it all about you, indulge and don't feel guilty for even one second. Have a wonderful weekend. Annette. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday's thought… If you have a few parties over the next few weeks here are some tips:
1) Remember you are in control of what you eat
2) Avoid fried or pastry finger foods
3) Choose fresh seafood where possible
4) Make my low fat recipes to take to parties
5) Order 2 entrée size meals at restaurants
6) Enjoy talking to friends, dancing and having a good time, it’s not all about food
7) Final tip…take your good intentions with you 😊
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Don't neglect yourself in the lead up to Christmas. No matter how hectic it gets at this time of year, remember you are your number one priority! If you can't function properly you won't be able to keep up with your family schedule. Here's some tips:
1. Make sleep a priority. Set a bedtime and stick to it. If there are things not done at the end of the day, make a list and schedule it for another day.
2. Fit in exercise. A healthy body equals a healthy mind. Aim for 30 minutes each day.
3. Stay hydrated. Getting your eight glasses a day will help you to feel vibrant and energetic. If you start yawning, reach for water rather than a chocolate bar.

For more tips, menu suggestions and recipes check out my Christmas Survival eBook www.symplytoogood.com.au/product/christmas/

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Thursday’s thought… December can be a challenge with so many events leading into Christmas. Here are some tips to help you avoid overdoing alcohol this month:
1) Have more alcohol free days in your week
2) Choose light beer
3) Mix spirits with diet soft drinks
4) Mix wine with mineral or soda water
5) Make my fabulous fruit punch in book 5
6) Limit your drinks. Remember there are loads of calories in alcohol
7) Offer to be the designated driver
8) Remember H2O is the best drink of all so drink freely and often.
Annette 😊
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Are you tempted to give up on your weight loss because it's too hard over Christmas? Instead of thinking how hard it is, let's look at the positives for this time of year:
1. There are so many beautiful summer fruits available
2. It's easier to drink your 2 litres of water each day
3. Salad is low in fat and calories and it's perfect for hot days
4. Swimming is a great all-rounder for fitness and burning calories
5. Barbecuing provides a healthy way to cook meat as the fat drains through the grill

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Wednesday’s thought… If you feel like giving up because of all the temptations around you right now, let’s put it in perspective… we can eat most of the food that's offered around Christmas any day of the year.
Here are 3 tips to keep you on track…
1. Don't let Christmas ruin the good work you've done all year - it's only a few days of the year
2. Be as active as you can, burn it off instead of sleeping it off
3. Stay focused on your goal. The best present you can give yourself this Christmas is a healthy YOU for 2018
Annette :-)
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