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128 Family friendly recipes for    
Michael Thurmond's 6 Week Body    
Makeover Weight Loss Program    

Now you can use the recipes in    
this cookbook to lose up to 34    
pounds in 6 weeks just like I did    

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······ Condiments List ······

This is a listing of condiments and other food items I purchased while on the 6 Week Body Makeover program. I found these items very useful.

Please note, some of you are purists and do not agree with using several of these items. You should use your best discretion. I did not have a problem maintaining a healthy weight-loss momentum while using these products, but everyone is different. Listen to your body and judge your use accordingly.

  • Canned Tomatoes
    Hunts and S&W both make "no-salt added" canned tomatoes, tomato sauce and tomato paste. Hunt's also markets a "no-salt added" ketchup.

  • Fresh Garlic
    Rely on garlic to flavor most anything you eat. There is a nifty little tool available that will peel your garlic for you. It looks like a tube. I found one at a local specialty store.

  • Juices
    Keep lemon and lime juice on-hand, either bottled or fresh fruit which can be squeezed. This is a great for "salad dressings" and is also good to marinate with.

  • Spices
    Purchase every spice and seasoning you can find. Some of the more popular types are available reasonably priced from stores such as Walmart or K-Mart.

  • Sugar Substitutes
    Splendas the best you can get. Splendaastes and pours just like sugar. It's great to use in cooking and baking. Use it on your oatmeal or grapefruit. Look for it in your grocery store near the regular sugar or at a pharmacy in the diet-aids section. Brown Sugar Twin is another "pourable" sugar substitute that comes in handy.

  • Vinegars
    Red Wine, Rice, Balsamic are just a few. The list goes on and on. Vinegars are great for seasoning. I located a red wine vinegar with garlic that makes a tasty salad dressing.

Use these products very carefully/sparingly:
  • Cooking Spray
    Don't believe the label, it is pure fat. I used it anyway. But only occasionally.

  • Egg Substitutes
    Even with salt substitutes, it was impossible to stomach egg whites. I decided I was going to use EggbeatersIt worked for me.

  • Butter Sprays
    This came in handy when I really wanted or needed a treat. I used it only on a baked potato, and very sparingly at that.

  • Other Sauces
    Low-sodium soy sauce; fat-free, lower-sodium chicken broth. However, both have a fairly high sodium content. Also, look for fat-free, low-sodium barbecue sauce.

  • Salt Substitutes
    Using salt substitutes is not recommended, but some things just gotta have that salt taste (can we say egg whites?)


······ Free Recipes ······

Try 3 recipes from the cookbook absolutely free:

Chicken in Green Sauce Chicken cooked in a homemade green tomatillo sauce. Delicioso!

Chicken with Paprika and Potatoes An all-in-one meal. What could be easier?

Crispy Potato Slices This recipe satisfies my craving for fried potatoes. I love potatoes!

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