A typical day on the Extra Easy Plan

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Slimming World has special membership for 11-to 15-year-olds, which is free if they attend with a parent or guardian.

The new Extra Easy plan is a healthy, balanced combination of the two other popular plans on the Slimming World Diet: Red plan and Green plan. See what you could eat in a day on the Extra Easy Plan.


Poached eggs, lean bacon and/or Quorn sausage and baked beans with grilled tomatoes and mushrooms.


Roast beef, rocket leaves and tomato slices in a sandwich made with 2 slices of wholemeal bread.


Slimming World Spaghetti Bolognese

In-between meals you can snack on fresh or frozen fruit of your choice, very low-fat natural yogurt and vegetables.

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Could you please do a free root vegetables list on extra easy


Slimming World Extra Easy plan is suitable for everyone, I joined on 21st January 2011 & have lost an impressive 1st101/2lbs to date. It's a healthy way to eat & you're never hungry on the plan, the weight comes off so easily, believe me, you won't even realise your dieting. So if you're serious about losing weight, this is deffinately the diet to follow.


My cousin lost a few stone on this diet but i gained weight hmm no idea why i think certain diets suit certain people.


Slimming World is a fantastic diet suitable for everyone. The recipes are easy to follow and so filling it is surprising that the weight comes off so easily. It is a healthy low fat way to lose weight.


Hi Glenys, if you go to the Slimming World website they have a free trial menu covering a whole week. Good Luck


I live in Canada and I would love to try this diet. I dont like giving my Visa numer out to do this diet, any suggestions thanks

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