Win 1 of 5, 12 Week Porridge on Tuesday Healthy Eating Plans

Porridge on Tuesday is not as the name suggests anything to do with porridge, unless you want it to be of course.  It is in fact the name of an exciting healthy eating plan that can help you to lose weight, at a rate that you want or even just maintain a steady weight by following healthy menus.  There are some delicious recipe ideas using everyday foods that are simple and quick to prepare.

pot foodA few months ago, I took the challenge and followed a Porridge on Tuesday plan in a bid to lose a bit of weight.  You can read about my first impressions here and after 4 weeks here.  I lost just over a stone on my journey and discovered that I loved the meal plans on offer, the flexibility to chop and change meals around, discard meals you are not keen on in exchange for others and tailor your weekly food to suit you.  This meant it was more enjoyable to follow and easier to maintain although for me I do find that following a plan like this keeps me motivated and on track.  When you haven’t got somewhere to check in each week it is easy to lose your way.

Hence why Porridge on Tuesday may be for you, a great opportunity to follow a healthy eating plan at the start of 2014 to get over any overeating you may do over the festive period and lose a few extra pounds you may have gained.  Or if you are looking for a little more weight loss, the plan can be tailored to your individual needs.

pot imageIf you’d like to try a plan, I’m pleased to let you know you can get 20% of any plan of your choice from the Porridge on Tuesday shop.  Each plan entitles you to:

  • A full menu plan with breakfast, lunch, dinner and 2 snacks
  • Recipes for all meals
  • A Personal Shopping list
  • A suggested Exercise plan
  • Support via a closed Facebook group to help you achieve your goal

Just email for more info.

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116 thoughts on “Win 1 of 5, 12 Week Porridge on Tuesday Healthy Eating Plans

  1. I try not to make NY resolutions as such as I never stick to them. I do often make a fresh start in January though we healthier eating etc

  2. my new year’s resolution is to do some more exercise and tone up for my holiday and I stick with it as want to look nice in my bikini 🙂

  3. I dont make new year resolutions as i never stick to them. i do however try to make a clean slate for january eg eating healthy and getting more exercise

  4. Sometimes. Though I have got more realistic as I have aged, rather than ambitious. Some change for the better, is better than none :- or failing to keep promise /resolution.

  5. I make resolutions to do something new rather than give something up. This year I’m going to try some new sports and activities.

  6. No, a few years ago I resolved to stop and I stuck to it. Seriously, it’s just a chance to feel bad about myself, so I don’t do it.

  7. Usually make the same resolution every year – and each year convince myself that I am actually going to stick to it!

  8. I make small goals to achieve throughout the year so that it gives me something to aim for at different stages rather than a massive ultimate goal. That way I find its more achievable which keeps my motivation going longer 😀

  9. I dont set new year resolutions as such as i fail at them but this year I have decided I need to look after my body more

  10. I used to make resolutions but found that I never stuck to them. Instead, this year, I’ve made a ‘to do list’ – a list of things that I NEED to do this year for various reasons x

  11. Yes mine this year is to lose weight. Sadly it’s something I really struggle with being on various tablets that doesn’t help.

  12. Rather than a resolution as a family we make a plan or what we want to achieve in the year ahead. so far it has worked for us.

  13. With having suffered from IBS for nearly 7 years now I have decided this year I am not going to let it dictate my life. I’m going to have a really strict diet and fingers crossed this will help.

  14. I do think I want to have a resolution to be more active and in doing so have fun with my children and walk more but sometimes it doesn’t get stuck to for long so going to try harder this time.

  15. Yes, I always make New Year’s resolutions, I find it’s a perfect opportunity to focus on new goals. This year I aim to exercise more and eat less 🙂

  16. When I do I find I don’t stick to them so instead of resolutions I just try to look for areas in which I want to improve and give myself some simple goals to get me started. 🙂

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