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NOTE: You can follow these quick fix plans alternately throughout the week.
MEAL QUICK FIX 1 QUICK FIX 2 QUICK FIX 3
Breakfast
Fibrous Munch

Add berries to low-fat yoghurt.

Fibrous Munch & SlimFruits
1 slice of toast and a bowl of fruits.
Fibrous Munch & SlimJuice
Add berries to bowl of cereal for that added antioxidants.
SnSnack 1a
SlimFruits
A bowl of mixed fruits. Add boiled veggies, if preferred.
Slim Mix
Fibrous Munch
1 slice of toast, minimal serving of dried fruits (apricots, raisins).
Lunch
SlimDiet & SlimJuice
Lightly fried skinless chicken with olive oil and organic spices. Add broccoli,tomatoes and cucumbers for side dish.
SlimDiet & SlimJuice
Smoked skinless turkey with side veggie dish.
SlimVeg & SlimShake
Add organic dressing, include soup, if preferred.
Snack 2
A Whole Pear & Slim Veg
A small serving of boiled broccoli/asparagus.
A Whole Mango
Slim Mix
Dinner
SlimVeg & SlimShake
Opt for organic dressing for salad. Add pasta salad or soup, if preferred.
SlimVeg & SlimShake
Opt for organic dressing for salad or soup, if preferred.
SlimDiet & SlimJuice
Sauteed salmon wholewheat wrap, include tomatoes and lettuce. Opt for organic dressing. Include pasta salad/soup, if preferred.
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NUTRIENTS BENEFITS
Fiber It helps speed up metabolism and enhance digestive function.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) It helps normalize thyroid function and metabolism.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) It is essential for normalized hormone production and is also part of the glucose tolerance factor (GTF) which is released every time blood sugar rises. This helps prevent hunger pangs.
Vitamin B5 It plays an important role in energy production and assist adrenal function.
Vitamin B6 It helps regulate the production of thyroid hormone and metabolism.
Vitamin C It helps convert glucose properly to energy in cells.
Vitamin E It helps the body prevent oxidative stress from free radicals and acts upon LDL, known as the bad cholesterol, in turn raising good cholesterol, which is good for metabolism regulation.
Probiotics They raise healthy bacteria in body, increasing metabolism which leads to gradual weight loss.
Protein It helps boost metabolism in turn burning more fat.
Omega 3 Fatty Acids They help regulate the body's blood sugar levels, which helps keep hunger at bay,thus, encouraging weight loss. In the long term, it is believed that a diet rich in Omega 3 might lower the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Water Water has no calories, is low sodium and contains no fat or cholesterol. It helps regulate body temperature. Regular intake of water daily is said to keep diseases and sickness at bay.
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FOOD NUTRIENTS DAILY INTAKE SIMPLE RITUALS
Water
Water
8 glasses
Maintain sufficient water intake throughout the day.
Whole Grains (Brown Rice, Brown Pasta)
Vitamin B, Fiber
7-8 servings
Fibrous Munch
A bowl of cereal of with added fresh fruits OR
1 slice of bread OR
Have yoghurt with fresh berries OR
A plate of grains for lunch/dinner.
Cereal
Vitamin B, Fiber
4-5 servings
Bread (Wholewheat)
Vitamin B, Fiber
1 slice
Low-Fat/ Non-Dairy (Yoghurt)
Probiotics
2-3 servings
Fruits (Apples, Oranges, Grapes, Bananas, Berries, Avocados, Peaches, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Pear, Papaya, Pineapple, Passionfruit, Mango)
Vitamin B, Fiber
4-5 servings
SlimShake/SlimJuice/SlimFruits
Blend fresh fruits as a smoothie / juice or eat on its own.
Vegetables (Lettuce, Cabbage, Asparagus, Broccoli, Cucumber, Zucchinis, Tomatoes, Carrots)
Vitamin B
4-5 servings
SlimVeg
Mix a variety of vegetables, add organic salad dressing for lunch or dinner.
Boil asparagus or broccoli for snacking in between meals.
Have sliced cucumbers/zucchinis on the go instead of chocolate bars.
Nuts and Seeds (Almond, Pumpkin, Cashew, Chickpeas Sunflower)
Vitamin B
900 mcg
Slim Mix
Combine a variety of nuts for healthier snacking or on the go.
Can be served as toppings on entrees.
Poultry (Skinless Chicken and Turkey)
Vitamin B, Protein
Max 2 servings
Slim Diet
Sauteed/Grilled/Smoked/Light-fried (olive oil) AND/OR
Top with fresh fruits AND/OR
Add organic spices (low in sodium).
Fish (Salmon, Tuna, Mackerel)
Vitamin B
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Max 2 servings
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SUBSTANCES THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT THE BODY HARMFUL FOOD ADVERSE EFFECTS
Saturated Fats
Meat (red meat)
Dairy (whole-fat cheese, milk)
Oils (coconut, palm)
They raise cholesterol levels, clog arteries and increase the risk of heart disease and cancer. They also have the ability to increase appetite and block signal to the brain that tells the body have had enough food.
Trans Fats (Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil)
Dairy (margarine)
Baked Goods (cakes, pies, frostings, brownies)
Fried Foods (french fries, fried chicken)
They accelerate weight gain and increase cholesterol levels, clog arteries, and increase the risk of heart disease.
Sodium
Processed Food (hot dogs, cheese, tomato sauce, canned and instant soups, deli meat, frozen pizza, potato and pasta mixes and frozen dinners)
Daily sodium intake increases water weight gain or fluid retention. It also increases the calcium excretion that can lead to osteoporosis.
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