How would you look like if you were slim?

SlimShoot

SlimShoot.com

Hi everyone,

I’m pleased to announce that I’m launching a fun and efficient tool to help us get some profound motivation to get the body of our dreams!

It is called SlimShoot!

I’m also delighted to offer a special -50% PROMO to any MyChronoDiet Visitors (specify it in the contact form)

A SlimShoot is a photo of your face with your dream body.

How does it work?

  • You send me your best portrait picture and your body shape
  • I find the perfect model/celebrity picture that has your body shape, hair and skin colors, chest size, as well as the right head position from your portrait picture.
  • I replace meticulously the model’s face with your face with Photoshop
  • And I send it to you by email so you can stick it on your vision board or fridge, or wherever you want to keep in mind your slimming goal!

Why does it work?

This had a terrific effect on your subconscious as this is completing a very ancient psychological technic of “visualisation”. If you can visualise yourself with the body you want during 21 days, your subconscious will end “believing” this is you and your body and will do everything so that it is TRUE. That works with anything you want!

Here is my Slimshoot:

I found a photo of me that I quite liked. Then I searched the Internet for hours for a model that would have the same shape as me (I have quite a big chest and very large hips). Then I found a great artistic picture of Marlene Favela, a Mexican actress and I replaced her face with mine just to see how I would be if I were as slim as I want to be.

Cecile's Original Photo

1. Cecile’s Original Photo

Marlene Favela's photo

2. Marlene Favela’s photo

 

My SlimShoot's picture

3. My SlimShoot!

The result was so encouraging to me that I stuck it on my Vision board, my fridge and my phone home screen! Since I did that, I’m more motivated than ever to reach the slimness I want!

I priced it £99 because I spend quite a few hours doing that meticulous job, but as I said, I offer -50% to any MyChronoDiet visitors 🙂 (specify it in the contact form)

Get your SlimShoot now for £49,50 instead of £99 !

Have a lovely slimming process!

Cécile

 

 

3 things to eat in your Starter Chrono Diet Breakfast

Breakfast: whole meat bread and brie

Breakfast: whole meat bread and brie

Today is a special post on the most important meal of the Chrono Diet: the BREAKFAST!

Yes, if you skip it, you literally ruin your diet day because your will get so hungry in the evening that you will eat whatever you find!

Eat your breakfast before 8 am; it is very important to follow the chrono biology, which is how your body works during the day. Your body will assimilate very fast and use the animal fat contained in the cheese to rebuild your cells.

So the 3 things to eat are:

– Whole meat bread.

Take you height in cm, remove 100 cm and divide it by 2. You have the grams you need. It is a very small amount of bread. Your body does not need more than this. This bread must not contain any kind of sugar. Please check on the package!

– Olive oil:

Pour a little bit of olive oil on your bread to make it tasty.

– Cheese:

Take your height in cm and remove 100 cm. You have your quantity of cheese in grams. This seems a lot but it is what you need to get full up until 12 or 1pm for your lunch.

Important note: cheese contains 10 times more calcium than milk or yogurt.

Please leave your comments below and share your thoughts, or where to buy bread with no sugar in your country please!!!

Enjoy your breakfast!

For more details on Breakfast, check out Dr Delabos’ video on Why the breakfast is a must that I translated for you.

 

 

What do French ladies eat during the winter?

This post is dedicated to one of our reader Athena from Panama City, Florida in the US, who kindly requested to know the answer to this question… So here you go Athena!

Impossible to answer this question accurately because there are probably at least as many ways to eat as there are French ladies!!

However, here are some trends…

The least we can say is that our behaviour in this matter is very paradoxical. Our pace of life and the dictates of fashion, influence us to prefer fast food or a diet low in animal proteins. Luckily, our culture of taste takes over and prompts us to look for the flavour in everything we eat and drink. Therefore, all opportunities are good to concoct delicious dishes with fresh basic products, spices, meat or fish and to vary the pleasures.

In winter specifically, we favour soups, stews … We also like fondue, raclette, gratins. We appreciate (also) a lot of grilled meat (pork, beef, lamb…) and fish.

Over the christmas celebrations, we prefer wildfowl, fine and delicate dishes such as shellfish, fish, white meat (like rabbit, quail…), old vegetables (Jerusalem artichokes, parsnips, squash…), chestnuts….

Finally, we are great amateur of pastries, sweets, cheese and wine, especially when it is very cold!!!

To conclude, whether you are in the rush, “fashionista” or others, our culinary credo might be:

“A life at 100 miles an hour but full of flavours!”

French Boeuf Bourguignon

This is a nice Boeuf Bourguignon I ate last week. Perfect for the cold winter…

Original French Text:

Que mangent les françaises en hiver ?

Impossible de répondre précisément à cette question car il y a surement au moins autant de façons de se nourrir qu’il y a de françaises !!

Quelques tendances toutefois…

Le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est que notre comportement en la matière est très paradoxal. Notre rythme de vie et les diktats de la mode, nous « poussent » à privilégier la restauration rapide ou une alimentation faible en protéines animales.

Toutefois, notre culture du goût reprend heureusement le dessus et nous incite à rechercher de la saveur dans tout ce que nous mangeons ou ( nous ) buvons.
Dès lors, toutes les occasions sont bonnes pour mitonner des bons petits plats à base de produits frais, d’épices, de viande ou de poisson et à varier les plaisirs.

En hiver précisément, nous privilégions les plats mijotés : potages, ragoûts… Nous aimons également les fondues, la raclette, les gratins. Nous apprécions (également)beaucoup la viande grillée (porc, bœuf, agneau…) et le poisson.

Pendant les fêtes, nous privilégions le gibier, les mets fins et délicats comme les crustacés, les poissons, la viande blanche ( du type lapin, caille…), les légumes anciens ( topinambour, panais, courges….), les marrons…. Nous sommes enfin de grandes amatrices de pâtisseries, de confiseries, de fromage et de vin, particulièrement quand il fait très froid !!!

En conclusion, que l’on soit pressée, « fashionista » ou autre , notre credo culinaire pourrait être :

« Une vie à 100 à l’heure mais pleine de saveurs ! »

Risotto Express

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Preparation: 10 min – Cooking: 5 min Prepare: For 4 people 400 grams of risotto rice (carnaroli or arborio) 1 big onion 3 leaves of basil 1 table spoon of olive oil 20 grams of butter 30 grams of Parmesan … Continue reading

Turkey Escalope with Paprika

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Preparation: 5 min – Cooking: 15 min Prepare: For 2 people 1 chopped shallot (or onion if you can’t find shallot – can you find shallot in London? If yes, please tell me) 2 beautiful turkey escalopes 1 table spoon … Continue reading