- 1 ½ hard boiled eggs (cut in half and hollowed out (reserve yolk))
- 1 oz. light Italian dressing
- ½ oz. diced turkey bacon
- 1 tsp. chopped parsley
- Cut the eggs in half and gently scoop out the yolk into a bowl.
- Mash the yolk and add enough salad dressing to get a creamy consistency.
- Stir in the parsley and the chopped up turkey bacon.
- Scoop the filling back into the egg white.
- Sprinkle with paprika for color.
- 1.6 grams
I am truely interested in your Skylab I need a change; mind, body and soul and how all 3 love to love food. That said, I know myself and self-disipline has failed me more times than I like to think about... My story is probably one you hear hourly, but I need someone in my face to help me and to show me what kind of food I should be, rather can be cooking. Like most parents, I want my daughter to grow up with good eating habits (or at least a foundation) that she can learn from me.
Hi Jackie - I totally don't agree with you making the members feel like they screwed up by ONLY losing 1,2 or 3 lbs.... that is just not right! Any loss is a triumph that they busted their butt for. You make it like a downer that they had a loss?? Put something that weighs 3 lbs under your shirt and realize that it is a lot to lose.
What I have noticed is the ingrediants you use in your recipes. Turkey bacon? Yes lets just PRETEND that because it is so called turkey that it is not MORE loaded with salt and cholesterol than pork bacon.
On Monday's nights episode at the pot-luck dinner at Mandy's house, Joe came with Bison Burgers. Is there a recipe for those?
There is low sodium turkey bacon out there and you have to look at the fat content from both bacons. The fat from the pork bacon in higher than in turkey bacon
Hi Jackie, I watched your show ski lab and am now watching your new show. Its great inspiration, if i had the chance to be on your show and get the help that the other clients are getting i would NEVER complain or be late i would appreciate the opportunity giving to me . Thanks for doing what you do! I am on my own quest working on my last 40lbs . I joined biggest loser in our town of Romeo, Mi at our community center . I am watching what i eat and working off all the calories i eat. Hope to bust my ass and work it off by December.
Wish me luck! Suzi Warren
I watched your show where you had invited Bryan over to your home for the 'winners' dinner. Does your chef have a book out? I erase all recordings after viewing, so I don't have his name...sorry : (. The food looked amazing, and I was shocked at the low calories!! I really want to get his book, that is, if there is one availabl. I looked around your site but couldn't find a reference to him.
I know you're uber-busy, but I need to ask your advice. Please let me know if we can email or chat.
Btw, Craig is a total hawtie...does he have a husband??? lolol...I know...i know...what a dumb question.
I love the show; but all the people are lying about their food intakes, it is very disappointing not to see them lose any weight. And then they act like "ohh well". Make them do a spin class!!
Love, love, love the show! I can relate to everyone of the particpants during this season. I have one question, why do you have them walk backwards on the treadmill and what is the benefit of doing it that way? Also, what is the speed set at when doing this? I am trying to do some different things at home to change up my exercising. Thank you! Robin
Hi Jackie, i love your show and you are so beautiful!
I too have read that the slower one loses weight, the greatest chance there is of not gaining it back. since June 15, I have lost 15lbs and have converted to a total mediterrarean diet.
I am still losing weight but I ripped a bunch of muscles in my rotator cuff 6 wks ago and it still has not healed. But slowing down has only strengthened my commitment to healthy eating. by eating only non-imflammatory foods, it helps the pain a lot.
Course I understand your show has to get results within its allotted season length. But as a viewer, the ongoing slow progress does not take away from the motivational power. You really do a great job with them all.
Hello Jackie, I just want to say thanks for your time, knowledge and experience! You have truly saved me from myself, thanks again
I love your show...because of it I have started watching my weight, keeping a journal of everything I put in my mouth, and working to be healthier again. I gained 40 lbs. since my daughter was born 16 years ago! and with my husband being quite ill and passing away last year, I have spent 0 time on me. It seemed to be preordained that I saw your show on tv when I did...I just love it. I am about the weight of Jeanna and I am losing it slowly. I haven't quite incorporated any exercise in my daily routine yet since about 25 years ago, I lost 28 lbs. totally by adjusting my eating habits with no exercise. Now, in my 50s, it is much, much harder to shed these pounds. Your show is an inspiration to me, Jackie. Thank you!
Jackie you've changed my life with this show. Just little less then 6weeks ago I weighed 360Ibs, and your show gave me a new lease on life. Having to see real people who were experiencing the same issues as myself, helped me face some of my on demons. Watching each week and seeing their results from their hard work, determination, and commitment, drove me to get into the gym. As a result of your show I've lost 20Ibs in 6week. I wish you would come to the Mid-West area, there are Fat people here too.