Healthy Hollywood: Try It On Tuesday – Ali Landry's Post-Baby Diet Plan!
Just like most new moms, actress Ali Landry had to work hard to get her pre-baby shape back.
To get on the right track, the actress uses the home delivery food plan, Chefs Diet.
“I did not start working out for two years after Estela was born so the only reason I was able to get my baby weight [off] was because of Chefs Diet’s wonderful meal plan,” reveals Ali, who also has an 8 month old son.
The Chefs Diet is an easy, breezy way to lose weight.
Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, and Steven Tyler are also fans of this eating plan.
“Chefs Diet was founded on the belief that a diet plan should always be healthy, delicious and convenient,” reveals Misha Podlog, president of Chefs Diet.
Customers can choose from various programs, including their premium menu, a vegetarian menu, a diabetic menu and a kids menu. All of the menus offer three balanced meals and two snacks daily.
“No shopping, no cooking and no more calorie counting,” adds Misha.
Plus, the best news is that Chefs Diet is not too expensive. The plan costs between $42 to $45 a day.
“All of the menus offer delicious food options such as pecan pancakes with Vermont maple syrup and grilled Canadian bacon, grilled rack of baby lamb with ratatouille parmesan and mint jelly and baked “deep dish” apple cinnamon cobbler,” reveals Misha.
The Chefs Diets calorie intake ranges between 1300 – 1500 calories a day. The average client loses 8 to 10 pounds during the first month and 6 to 8 pounds per month thereafter.
“Many clients report higher levels of energy and a significant decrease in hunger and fatigue within the first five days,” adds Misha.
Plus, this program teaches folks portion control.
“By seeing the foods groups and portions on a daily basis, you will know how to prepare your meals just by using the eyeball method,” she said.
If you’re motivated to try Chefs Diet, check out www.chefsdiet.com.
-- Terri MacLeod
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