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This important book summarises key research on what determines consumer perceptions of sweet taste, the range of sweet-tasting compounds and the ways their use in foods can be optimised. The first part of the book reviews factors affecting sweet taste perception. It includes chapters on how taste cells respond to sweet taste compounds, genetic differences in sweet taste perception, the influence of taste-odour and taste-ingredient interactions and ways of measuring consumer perceptions of sweet taste. Part two discusses the main types of sweet-tasting compounds: sucrose, polyols, low-calorie and reduced-calorie sweeteners. The final part of the book looks at ways of improving the use of sweet-tasting compounds, including the range of strategies for developing new natural sweeteners, improving sweetener taste, optimising synergies in sweetener blends and improving the use of bulk sweeteners. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, Optimising sweet taste in foods is a standard reference for the food industry in improving low-fat and other foods.

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Fruit Some fat free yogurts ie most Mullerlights These are the main foods that can be eaten freely. The only proviso is that you do not add fat to these foods, during cooking, or afterwards.

This means, do not fry the lean meats in oil or butter. And always trim off all visible fat from your meats before cooking. You can eat one portion of each, every day. Not difficult to keep track of! One portion of bread would be two slices of wholemeal bread from a g loaf, or a 60g wholemeal roll. Or you could have 4 original Ryvita, or if you like your morning cereal, 2 Weetabix.

Enjoy a nibble with your morning coffee? Have 2 Alpen Light bars instead. One portion of dairy could be ml of semi-skimmed milk, or 30g of cheddar cheese.

Choose a low fat cheese and your portion size increases to 45g — more than enough to fill a sandwich or melt over a baked potato or homemade steak burger. Finally: Syns. Think of syns as currency. You have 10 syns in your pocket first thing every morning, and you can spend them how you wish. Choose wisely and you can get a lot of bang for your buck. Examples include: Spending 10 syns on a Cadburys Freddo bar at lunchtime….

Different things work for different people. I spent mine primarily on chocolate, as there was no way I could go cold turkey! They continued to have steady, impressive losses at their weigh in. So far so good? This is as basic as I could make it. Granted, some may find the counting of syns confusing or restrictive. This is where it comes in useful to write down what you eat, for the first couple of weeks anyway. Sometimes I think the human brain has an incapacity to understand things that are basic.

That by complicating something that is simple, it is able to understand more fully? Or is that called awkwardness? Either way, I defy anyone to say that this plan is complicated. I get asked a lot of questions by people who have the answer sitting in front of them in the books that you get when you join, and I swear to God, it irritates the hell out of me. Read the books properly and you shouldnt have to ask stupid questions.

Right, I can feel a rant coming on, and I need to get ready for a run. This has been Slimming World for Dummies as I see it. Please remember — I am not a Slimming World guru. If I am so well versed in the ways of weightloss, why was I fat in the first place? Believe me, I know my place. And I know that if I let myself, I could easily put that nine stone back on again in a shorter space of time than it took me to lose it; I just hope that even one person reading this will try it out and succeed.

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This important book summarises key research on what determines consumer perceptions of sweet taste, the range of sweet-tasting compounds and the ways their use in foods can be optimised. The first part of the book reviews factors affecting sweet taste perception. It includes chapters on how taste cells respond to sweet taste compounds, genetic differences in sweet taste perception, the influence of taste-odour and taste-ingredient interactions and ways of measuring consumer perceptions of sweet taste. Part two discusses the main types of sweet-tasting compounds: sucrose, polyols, low-calorie and reduced-calorie sweeteners. The final part of the book looks at ways of improving the use of sweet-tasting compounds, including the range of strategies for developing new natural sweeteners, improving sweetener taste, optimising synergies in sweetener blends and improving the use of bulk sweeteners. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, Optimising sweet taste in foods is a standard reference for the food industry in improving low-fat and other foods. Investigates what determines consumer perceptions of sweet taste Looks at improving the use of sweet-tasting compounds Explores strategies for delivering new natural sweeteners J.

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Based on the principles of energy density and satiety, Food Optimising empowers members to make healthier food choices, satisfy their appetites and lose weight — without calorie counting or obsessive weighing and measuring it is a life-long healthy eating plan. Food Optimising is easy to follow, focusing on three main components: The concept of Free Foods promotes consumption of plenty of low energy dense and highly satiating foods, eg poultry, fish, lean meat, pasta, grains, vegetables and fruit, which can be eaten without restriction. Members are encouraged to use these foods to satisfy their appetite while reducing overall energy intake. Healthy Extras help provide a good overall balance of nutrients in addition to those obtained from Free Foods, with particular emphasis on calcium and fibre-rich foods, eg milk, cheese, cereals and wholemeal bread.

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