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Back in Shape Target

  11st ½lb / BMI 24.93

Ideal Target Weight

 • 10st / BMI 22.59

Current Weight

 • 10st 12lbs / BMI 24.53

Start Weight

 • 13st 4.½lbs / BMI 30.10

Weight Loss So Far...     [+]

 • 2st 6.½lbs (or 34.½lbs)

Quick Tips & Tricks

Beware of low fat foods - they usually contain lots of sugar to add taste and you'll gain weight from that instead.

Last updated: October 14th, 2011  
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Recipes: the tasty way to get "Back in Shape"

While I'm getting "Back in Shape", I'll be listing some of the tasty, yet low calorie, meals and recipes that I enjoy below.

Feel free to leave a comment about any of the provided recipes or share your own variations. If you have a fantastic new recipe to recommend, you can also contact me through the main website contact form.

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Squash Tart with Creamy Chicken and Mushroom (October 14th, 2011)
Summary: A light and creamy alternative to a pie-crust tart, using roast squash. Rich and tasty with an aniseed flourish.

Homemade Pizza Bread with Fresh Basil and Mozzerella (June 28th, 2011)
Summary: Enjoy this low-fat alternative to THE original fast-food - love that melty cheese and all those fresh flavours!

Cheesy Chili Tuna with Tomato and Basil Salad (June 20th, 2011)
Summary: Two types of refreshing summer salad; one cheesy, smooth and hot, the other bursting with basily freshness.

Piri-Piri Turkey and Rice with Yogurt (June 15th, 2011)
Summary: A striking juxtaposition of hot piri-piri spiced turkey and rice with cooling low-fat natural yogurt.

Smoked Haddock with Sweet Potato and Green Beans (June 6th, 2011)
Summary: This hearty fish dinner is both smokey and sweet - and pretty colourful to boot!

Lincolnshire Sausage Pasta Salad with Tomato and Spring Onion

Published: May 25th, 2011 / Last updated: March 23rd, 2012

Serves 2 / Calories per serving = 450 approx


  • sausage pasta salad2 cups (120g) dried fusilli pasta
  • 3 lean lincolnshire sausages
  • 1 can of chopped tomatoes
  • 3 spring onions, chopped


  1. Simmer the pasta in a saucepan of boiling water for 18-20 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, prick the sausages and fry for about 10 minutes over a moderate heat,
    turning frequently. Do not add oil as the sausages should release a bit of their own.
  3. Slice the sausages lengthways and fry for a minutes on their cut sides, then remove from the frying pan.
  4. Chop the sausage halves into 5 or 6 pieces each and put on a plate to one side.
  5. When the pasta is cooked, drain it well and return to the saucepan (no heat).
  6. Pour over the tomatoes and add the sausage pieces and spring onions. Stir thoroughly and serve.

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Past visitors have left the following comments:

Karen, 21 May 2011

Loving the yogurt and strawberry crunch!!!

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