What is the best Dukan Diet to be on after pregnancy?

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First of all What is the best Dukan Diet to be on after pregnancy? Many thanks for any comment. Another question... HA! In more ways then one. Ladies, I have been writing down a lot of these recipes as I've gone along. Now I am heading into maintenance. I have a few more meals left but I have to face the cooking aspect of my maintenance now.

Thank you so much for your help and for these creations.

Easey is better. HAHA...

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an useful answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

Thank you very much. I actually have these sites from past postings. I was wondering what everyone's easiest favorites are?..

Comment #2

Lmao EASIEST favorite ????.

That's simple take one Lean Cuisine Spa frozen meal & add vegetables (and protein if needed) done in minutes.....

Sorry, couldn't resist....


Comment #3

Christina is working on a new cookbook with all her recipes in one 3-ring type binder. She has all the recipes posted on her board also, but if you don't want to have to print them yourself each time you need one, you may want to check out the cookbook. Info on her site...

Comment #4

Well the idea of a Lean Cuisine was better than my idea of Popeye's chicken on the way home from work. I will look into the cookbook idea. Thank you all for your help. It is much appreciated. And thanks for the chuckle...

Comment #5

LMAO Lynn!!! I also like to take a family pack of chicken breast and grill them. That way I can put them in single serve baggies and take one out when I need it. It thaws really fast in the microwave and it tastes great! I do the same thing with meatloaf and soups and stews etc.... I even make up a few serving of brown rice and keep it in a baggie in the fridge so all's I have to do is heat it up. The new steam veggies bags are great for having fresh veggies cooked really fast! Boy do I love those things!! It makes broccoli just incrediable!! But really I find the easiest thing to do is cook in quanity and then you just have to heat it. That way if you don't feel like cooking or you don't have a lot of time, you can have a really yummy meal just as fast as take out! The chicken is my greatest lifesaver because it can be used for so much! You can slice it and throw it on a salad or a sandwich.

I do the same with ground beef. It's easy to grill up a number of patties at a time and they reheat great! I just undercook them to allow for the reheating, and I have baggies of single serve size of cooked ground beef as well for sloppy joes or tacos. Hope that helps a little!..

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Geez Christina you are so together, single serving sized already cooked (or partially cooked) in the freezer or fridge......I have a lot of things, like chicken that are "single" servings but they come that way in the store (Perdue chicken comes to mind) but I just can't seem to get a whole package of chicken or ground beef or whatever together and cooked without actually using it for the family meals - IF I'm lucky I have one or maybe two "extra" meals to put up for later. But if Dan is home from school - well you can forget about extra anything ..........

Comment #7

LOL!!! I WISH I had it all together!! If I don't do stuff like that, as well as have some frozen dinners around, I'll order out or get fast food and it will be a disaster!! It is easier with David deployed since I don't have to worry about cooking for him now too. Usually I will grill stuff like that on a weekend, in the middle of the day. Brandon was the worst for snagging the food I'd cook, but he's not at home anymore. He loves grilled stuff as much as I do!! Maintance and losing using your own food isn't hard, but it really does take planning and a little prep work. Too many people don't want to put in the little effort it takes, but you get what you give. If it means losing weight or staying at goal, then it's worth the effort!! Now if there was only an easy solution to emotional eating!!!..

Comment #8

SHHHHH there is no discussion about emotional eating - that will only touch off a round of emotional eating in ALL of us.

Its so much easier to lose weight or stay at goal using "store bought" food when you have something to follow - if someone has already worked out the proportions and ingredient it still takes time to prepare but no where near as difficult as trying to do it on your own. That's why I love your recipes - you've done all the "hard" work and I get the "benefits" ........

Comment #9

Oh Kat and Christina ... you 2 are a blast!..

Comment #10

Well now I have my work cut out for me, don't I? HA! I do my grocery shopping tomorrow and my list has just tripled. I will be getting the things you have suggested, Miss Christina, and I am hoping that when I get in over my head, I can holler and you will hear me? Please be listening for me at approximately 6:00 p.m. eastern time tomorrow? Thank you so much, again, ladies, for your help...

Comment #11

Anything for a man in the kitchen!!.

If you can't find me here, pop over to my board and scream really really loud!!! LOL!!!..

Comment #12

Wellll how'd ya do? What did you make for dinner? Enquiring minds want to know!! LOL!!..

Comment #13

I had my salad and a grilled chicken breast. I was invited to a barbecue and there was a lot of food. This is what I chose, not what I cooked. But I did manage to get to the grocery store and I spent a lot more than I did on that BBB from months past, to be sure. I am hoping I don't just ruin it all. I will let you know tomorrow.

I am taking my salad and turkey sandwich on whole wheat for my lunch. Some fruit and yogurt for snacks. Not sure what I will do for dinner but knowing me it may be another turkey sandwich. HA! I will try to do you proud. Just don't expect to much, ok?..

Comment #14

Yanno, Chas, you might consider investing in a George Forman grill. It's good for chicken breasts, pork chops and for salmon. For beef, IMO, not so good. But I like rare meat, if you don't then it might be good for you..

The new ones have removable grill plates, that are much easier to clean than when you had to clean the whole unit. The plates are also dishwasher safe..

Chicken is done in about 5 - 7 minutes and a salmon fillet in about 3. Just sprinkle some Cajun spice on either and put them on the grill..

It's also good for grilling onion slices and peppers and portabella mushroom capswhich are a great veggie burger substitute. If you brush them with some low sodium soy sauce, they're wonderful...

Comment #15

Great idea! I've never put veggies on the Foreman Grill and will try that tonight. Thanks!..

Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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