Saute your chicken, mushrooms and bacon in butter. When your chicken is browned on one side, flip it, along with the mushrooms and bacon. When the 2nd side of your chicken is starting to brown, put the swiss cheese and parmesan on top and cover for 1 minute. Uncover and place the bacon and mushrooms in a paper towel to soak up the grease. Saute your red onion quickly while your bacon and mushrooms are drying. Place your chicken over a bed of spinach, salt and pepper to taste. Top with dried bacon, mushrooms, red onion and diced tomatoes. Either squeeze the mustard in a zig zag pattern on top or put off to the side for dipping. Enjoy!
I was in the same situation not too long ago. I had to lose some weight and every diet that was effective required some sort of salad everyday if not every meal. So how do you go from loving sandwiches, meat and carbs to salad? I can tell you from personal experience that it can be done and over time you’ll find you’ll start craving salads too. The key is to make it fun for you and to transition slowly. What I mean by transitioning is start by integrating the foods you now love into the salad. For me, I love cheesesteaks so I started off making these big cheesesteak salads, with real steak, cheese, red onion and a balsamic dressing. I got the idea from a cafe I used to frequent. They had this salad on their menu and I started making it from home. Eventually you’ll learn to integrate all kinds if your favorite things into salads, like tuna or chicken salad, cranberries, sunflower seeds, olives, hummus, fajita meat and cheese. Eventually you’ll be able to have less and less meat and cheese and your waistline will show the results of your ingenuity. Need more help to control the cravings because you know they come from more than just the food? I have a special energy healing technique that I’ve used on myself and I’m willing to help you too. Visit me at www.feathersinfinity.com and give me a call. I provide this healing over the phone or in person. I’ve lost120 pounds so far, and so can you.
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