At one point i was down 80 pounds from eating fish for supper, i would cook it with peppers,onions,tomatoes and garlic with some Balsamic vinegar or dressing, i find that the fat free dressings help out a lot to crush huger battles. If i am CRAVING chinese food i will cook the fish in Asian toasted sesame fat free dressing, if i want italian i will cook it in fat free caesar italian with some stewed tomatoes. It is just as good with chicken too :D
I am doing it again to get rid of the rest of my weight. It doesnt get boring because you can mix it up with boneless skinless chicken breast and there are so many variety's of great tasting fish!
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When I have a day when I really don't want to walk or use my DVD's, I'll change it up and mow the lawn, go fishing or work in my garden. These activities burn lots more calories and gives me a break for the same old thing.
Fish is a wonderful source of protein and Omega-3s. It's lean and it's a healthy alternative to fattier meats. Fish is generally inexpensive and may be bought fresh locally for added benefit.
Go out with your family (or by yourself) and catch your own! You'll get fresh air, a nice view, peace and quiet (hopefully), and it's a very low-cost endeavour. Plus, nothing tastes better than fresh-caught fish on the grill!
well the bait isn't expensive. and me and hubby caught 18 ponds of bass fish for 6 euros if bought they would have cost 120 euros at least we gave to my mommy and my mother in law and we aslo have enough for 5 dinners we eat allot
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