Marge’s Testimony

“Tiffany, this morning when I pulled on my jeans, I heard myself say, “This is pretty amazing.” And it is amazing that I am wearing jeans, without an elastic waist, without thunder thighs. I have never shed pounds this easily, and have never before KNOWN they would stay off. Forever. Thank you for The Skinny Coach Solution.”


5 Steps to Reduce Your Belly Fat

“A poor man with nothing in his belly needs hope, illusion, more than bread.” – Georges Bernanos

Belly fat is highly associated with type-2 diabetes and heart disease. If you are reading this article, you are on your Skinny Paths and doing everything you need to do. What is great is that the SCS incorporates the best ways to reduce your waistline. This is important because central fat has been linked with dementia risk and cardiovascular disease risk.

9 Things you can say if you are Skinny

“My wedding ring fits just right.”
“I love running around the playground with my kids.”
“People are always telling me how good my skin looks.”
“I’m skinny.”
“I can wear whatever I’d like.”
“I never feel guilty from the foods I eat.”
“I’ll be alive to see my grandkids graduate.”
“I like sex again.”
“I feel like I can do anything now!”

Sloppy Joes

1 lb. hamburger
1 medium onion, diced
1 green pepper, diced
1 8-oz. can tomato sauce
2 cloves of garlic
Cayenne to taste
8 Boston lettuce leaves for serving

Add broth to a deep skillet and sauté onions and garlic until translucent, then add beef and brown. Add the rest the ingredients except lettuce and simmer for an hour. Serve ¼ of sloppy joes on 2 Boston lettuce leaves. Makes 4 servings.

1 serving = 1 protein and 1 vegetable

From The Skinny Coach Solution Recipe book
You can get your own here

Why Moderation is Not Good

The harder you work for something, the greater you’ll feel when you achieve it. – Unknown

We have heard a million times, moderation is key. Baloney! If we could moderate, 66% of the nation wouldn’t be fat. The food industry has designed the foods we eat to make it impossible to moderate. Processed foods react with opiate receptors in the brain, mimicking the effects of opiate drugs like heroin and morphine. You can’t moderate sugar and flour any more than you can moderate a heroin addiction.

Not to mention, moderation ignores the serious damage those foods do to your body. High blood pressure, obesity, high blood sugar, damage to the lining of your gut, build-up of toxins in your body – this happens with just a little bit a day.

In addition, it’s easier to make 100% commitment versus 98% commitment because until you decide with 100%, it’s actually not… (continue reading)

Chicken Mexicano Recipe

Whole chicken, quartered
1 T. cumin
2 T. chili powder
1 T. salt
1 T. pepper
1 C. salsa or blended Pico de Gallo
1/2 C. cooked rice
1/2 C. cooked beans
1-1/2 C. salad

Combine all spices in a small bowl. Sprinkle seasonings on top of chicken then spread 3/4 C. salsa evenly over the chicken. Bake at 350 degrees F for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Measure 4 oz. of chicken and serve with rice, beans, salad and 1/4 C. salsa or Pico de Gallo.

From The Skinny Coach Solution Recipe book
You can get your own here

Nicole’s Testimony

“I just had my two-month weigh-in and I am down ANOTHER 8 pounds and 17 inches! That makes 17 pounds lost in all, and over 31 inches off of my body! I feel incredible! This past week I had several people comment on how “trim” I am looking. This gives me such motivation and strength! I told Tiffany the other day I have finally been able to stop thinking so much about myself (how big I feel, how I have no self-control, how my clothes don’t fit, how I can’t seem to keep a promise to myself etc…) and have begun using that wasted time to serve others and to enjoy my life! I am now three pounds away from the lowest weight I can remember being since I was 10 years old! Wow!!! Thank you, Tiffany for encouraging me to not wait and get started right away! This is… (continue reading)

Bloating and Weight Gain

Don’t make excuses; make improvements. – Tyra Banks

Bloating and weight gain are very common in midlife, but they do not have to be. There are solutions to help you.

It can be challenging to beat the bloat and lose weight during this time of our lives. What we did in our 20s and 30s is not going to work in our 40s, 50s, and beyond. Our bodies are changing, so we need to change our approach to weight loss.

Here are a few good tips:

Remove flour and processed sugar from your diet. Drink at least 8 cups of water per day Move your body for a minimum of 30 minutes per day Add in weight training, if possible Improve sleep habits by practicing a bedtime routine each night Practice deep breathing exercises each day. Deep breathing exercises have been shown to help with bloating, gas, overall digestion and… (continue reading)

Diet or Lifestyle Change?

If you’re tired of starting over, stop giving up. – Unknown

Below are things you may have experienced while on a ‘traditional’ diet:

Weight is typically lost quickly in a set period of time Foods are categorized as “good” or “bad” Entire food groups are left out (i.e., dairy, carbs, etc.) Calorie consumption is greatly restricted Progress is dependent on a number on the scale “Calories in; Calories out” Once the diet ends, the weight comes back on…and then some

Here are some things you will experience with a lifestyle change:

Eating healthy, nutritious and whole foods, knowing they will nourish and sustain you Slower, more permanent weight loss because it’s done at a healthy pace Second nature (actions of restriction vs. feelings of restriction) Less likely to experience extreme hunger, food deprivation, and mental stress Measuring your progress beyond what the scale says Something that you can stick with… (continue reading)

Freedom feels so good!

Freedom from the control food has over you. Freedom from medications you may be on due to excess weight you’re carrying around. Freedom from feeling tired all the time. Freedom from having to worry about what you’re going to eat. Freedom from feeling sick after eating too much.

Freedom! Freedom! Freedom! Oh, how good it feels!