After Losing Weight I Ate Much More Healthier Meals

Losing weight after taking an appetite suppressant and finally achieving your weight loss goal is going to be one of the very best feelings in the world.

However, once you stop taking an appetite suppressant then you will not want to get into your old eating habits and start putting on weight again, and with that in mind I have put together a couple of ideas for healthy and low calorie meals that I invite you to try out below.

Everyone goes on about how easy it is to keep the weight off, and it really is, when you have settled into a new routine. But first of all, you need to work out what your routine needs. When does it start, when does it end?

Adjusting routines can be hard because humans are creatures of habit, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. You don’t need to change your times or anything like that, you simply need to adjust what you do. It’s the same with people stopping smoking, the associate cigarettes with specific things, such as their morning coffee. Swapping (or adding) a glass of Orange Juice to your breakfast is one of the easiest things you can try. Although full of sugar, it is a high source of Vitamin C and helps to boost the immune system.

Cheat days help as well. You can begin to resent your diet when it’s the same old thing day in day out. So having a day where you can eat what you like is a good idea.

If you have a big appetite, you could always opt for changing your cooking techniques. My recipe below is for a guilt free Chicken and Pasta dish that should give you some inspiration. Remember, there is no right or wrong in catering. If you like it, eat it.

Creamy Chicken and Bacon with Pasta for 2

Ingredients –

1 large chicken breast (or 2 average ones) Sliced into strips

50g cubed Pancetta (add more if you like)

1 Red, Yellow and Green Pepper Sliced into strips

1 Red Onion Coarsely Chopped or Sliced

50g Button Mushrooms (add more if you like)

50g Cherry Tomatoes (halved)

150g Reduced Fat Cream Cheese

4 bundles of Tagilatelli

In a large, no stick pan, cook the Chicken and Pancetta over a medium high heat.

Once cooked, throw all of the vegetables and the cream cheese into the pan and mix until the cream cheese has melted into a sauce and stir, reduce the heat to a simmer.

Bring a pan of water to the boil and submerge the pasta and cook.

Once the pasta is nearly cooked, bring the chicken to a high heat for one last blast of heat.

Drain the pasta

Serve piping hot.