Worried you've left it too late and you'll have to stock up on industrial-strength shapewear, quit your job to take up full-time with a personal trainer or submit yourself to a hideous soup diet to pour yourself into that designer wedding gown?

We hear you!

Even if you have been exercising religiously since the day he proposed and have mustered all of your willpower to avoid the doughnut drive-through, those last few stubborn kilos can be pretty persistent.

What's more, the last push before the big day is HECTIC, which is why the team at Thinco.me has pulled together an easy-to-follow eating plan for the final weeks before you say ‘I Do'.

Combining recipes that are super simple to make (we know the last thing you have time for is slaving complicated cuisine) with an all-natural vegan supplement which eliminates cravings, suppresses appetite and breaks down stubborn fat deposits - fast.

It's the go-to guide for time-poor brides-to- be keen to look - and feel - fab on their big day.

Made up of three phases Thinco's eating plan has been specifically designed to work without exercise, meaning you don't have to squeeze any spin classes into your manic pre-marriage schedule to achieve results.

Even better, the recipe suggestions in the meal plan are easy and there's not a lemon detox diet in sight.

Thinco.me also have a support group on Facebook for people on the program that have questions and/or want to support each other while on the program.

So, what should you actually eat during your last weeks as a single lass?

Check out these tasty options, tried-and- tested by a bevy of lean-looking brides, you can find more on the Thinco blog

Pickled cucumber & prawn salad

Prawn salad

Ideally, prepare the pickled cucumber earlier in the day - or the day before.

  1. Dice the cucumber and mix with 2 - 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar plus a smattering of your fave herbs (thyme, oregano, marjoram).
  2. Drain the pickling solution and gently mix the cucumber with 100 grams of cooked, peeled prawns.
  3. Drizzle with lemon juice and garnish with a sprig of parsley - too easy.

Spaghetti bolognaise - yes really!

Thinco Recipes


  • 100 grams lean minced beef
  • One packet of shiratake noodles
  • 2 tomatoes - half chopped, half in wedges
  • 1 teaspoon 100% pure tomato paste
  • 2 sliced garlic cloves
  • Onion salt
  • Fresh chopped basil and parsley
  • Ground black pepper
  • Sprig of parsley or basil to garnish


  1. Cook the beef mince in a saucepan, stirring in chopped tomatoes. When almost cooked, add sliced garlic, onion salt, chopped herbs and reduce to a simmer for a few minutes.
  2. Rinse the noodles thoroughly, bring a pot of water to the boil and drop noodles in for a minute. Drain and shake in colander to remove all water. Pop noodles into a bowl and pour over sauce.
  3. Place tomato wedges around the edge and add garnish.

Strawberry sunshine salad


  1. Steam, grill or roast 100 grams of chicken breast, then slice finely.
  2. Make the dressing by combining the juice of half a lemon, half a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, one drop of Stevia or a quarter teaspoon of Xylitol.
  3. Gently combine the chicken with a couple of cups of crisp shredded lettuce and a handful of chopped strawberries, stir through the dressing, then sprinkle on one chopped grissini stick for added crunch.

Snack time - whey smoothie


Blend whey protein, water, a handful of strawberries, chopped mint leaves and nutmeg powder - and drink!

If you like, you can swap nutmeg for cinnamon, or add a teaspoon of psyllium husks to thicken the smoothie - just make sure if you include psyllium husks you drink a large glass of water at the same time.

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