Today I would like to share about my experience with Dietbon diet ready made meals
I was sent a week’s worth of food, a manual and had a consultation with a certified dietitian. So here is all about my experience, and also a photo of every single meal I’ve had during the week.
First of all, I have to say that I was very impressed with the fact that you get a consultation with a dietitian. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to understand more about eating and Dietbon in particular. It is also brilliant to have some encouragement and reassurance that you are doing everything right.
Day 4. 5th of March: Chicken and Asparagus Risotto and Marinated Grilled Salmon with Mashed Courgettes. Tea and snacks.
I had a consultation with a lovely lady called Jenny, and, although I hate talking on the phone, especially with people I’ve never met before, it all went smoothly, and I’ve enjoyed our conversation.
Here are 3 tips from Jenny which I want to share:
- Drink water first thing in the morning. I actually do drink first thing in the morning but I usually have a herbal tea with a bit of honey.
- Drink more water in general, it is also a great thing to do when you come back from work (when you do; during the “normal times” not now) have a glass of water. A lot of people can’t tell the difference between thirst and hunger so doing that will help with not eating sugar and fast food, and will give you some time to think of what to cook.
- Don’t be very hard on yourself/don’t beat yourself up when you had a piece of chocolate or some crisps. Yes, and amen. I personally let myself eat everything, just in moderation. So when I really want some ice cream (ooh, ice cream, my love!), I will have some. This does not mean, however, that I will be eating it all day every day.
Dietbon Low Glycemic Index Bread. What I had for breakfast every day during a week. I’ve added a thin layer of butter, some cucumber and baby spinach.
What is Dietbon?
Dietbon is a diet plan using ready meals which are
I love seeing what my friends are reading, so I thought I’d share the books which are on my wish list as well. But not just any books but the ones which are at least somehow related to the topic of the website. I don’t read popular literature or “chick (the word I actually hate) lit” so not sure how interesting my usual picks would be.
Here we go:
- Perfumes: The Guide 2018 by Turin and Sanchez (Amazon and Amazon UK). I’ve actually had this book but lost it while moving somehow so I have to pick up a new copy, very unimpressed about it. It’s a must for anyone who wants to understand perfume better.
- In Paris: 20 Women on Life in the City of Light Book (Amazon and Amazon UK). This looks like a beautiful and inspiring book to have. While I am not into all the “influencer” thing, I am hoping to enjoy it.
My favourite kind was with lettuce as a base, tomatoes, bell pepper, cucumbers, some kind of seeds and cheese and mushrooms, grilled chicken or salmon. Usually with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
But there are so many variants and so many on my to-cook list. So, please, if you
I am currently reading Amelia Freer’s Eat Nourish Glow book (£7 from Amazon UK and $17.86 from Amazon) which I really like, and posting this recipe… I know. But peanut butter cookies are some of my favourites. You should definitely try, just don’t overindulge 😉
1 cup butter (about 225 grams)
1 cup sugar (about 200 grams)
1 cup brown sugar (about 200 grams)
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup peanut butter (about
Who does love lasagna? I am still yet to meet that person… This is why I thought I’d share on of my favourite recipes of this dish that I’ve got from a friend; and she is my personal cooking inspiration.
I am sorry for that this photo is definitely not appetizing but it’s the only one I have.
- 340 grams ground beef
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 2 cloves garlic, chopped small or pressed
- 400 grams canned, chopped tomatoes
- 150 grams tomato paste
- 125-250 ml water
- 2 teaspoons dried basil
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- Lasagna noodles
- 1 egg, beaten
- 400 grams cottage cheese
- 2 tablespoons sour cream
- 1 tablespoon dried parsley
- Hard cheese, grated
- Parmesan cheese, grated (optional)
How to cook: