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A small amount of exercise goes a long way. So many people believe they need to spend 2-3 hours a day to lose weight. The reality is that nutrition is key and the balance of strength, HIIT and circuit training creates a lean body. 80% nutrition 20% exercise is the ratio we recommend. For more details of how this can be achieved you can drop us a message.
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1 lb skirt steak (cut against the grain into very thin strips)
1 teaspoon of light flavoured olive oil or coconut oil
1 lb of trimmed green beans
3 inch piece of ginger (quarter cup peeled and cut into thin strips
4 cloves of garlic
1. Warm the oil over a medium high heat. Add the steak and cook, tossing and turning until browned, about 5 minutes. Remove the meat onto a plate.
2. Add ginger, green beans, and garlic to the juices left in the frying pan. Combine the ingredients, add water and cover with a lid or plate.
3. Cook for 5 minutes on a medium to high heat. Uncover and add the steak and green beans in the pan until the beans are crisp tender for a further 5-7 minutes.
4. Serve immediately by itself or over rice
5 Tips Tweaking Weight LossIf Your Calorie Counting
When we look at the foods we regularly eat and your everyday exercise routines, it may surprise how a little fine tuning can make big changes and big rewards. So much of a change could lead to a weight loss of over 50 pounds in a year.
100 calories extra can be burned by adding a extra 20 minutes of exercise, which can be 10 pounds of weight loss by the end of the year.
If you have a breakfast of porridge or coffee and a croissant, by switching to a meal replacement shake would save you 250 calories per day which can equate to 18 pounds in a year.
Salads are great but if your eating it drenched in dressing could mean your adding approximately 1000 calories per week so reduce the dressing could be the equivalent of a 16 pound weightloss.
Are you someone who loves a chocolate bar when drinking a coffee or tea, if you switched the bar to a protein bar, you could be cutting as much as 600 calories a week, which could be 9 pounds in a year.
Swapping your usual dessert six times per week to a piece of fruit could save you 200 calories which can be 10 pounds loss in a year.