The 1 week weight loss plan is not an abstract theory. It is for real and it works. If you try it and it works for you, then you should recommend it to other people without any reservations. The good thing about this method of losing weight is that it is a perfect combination. You eat in a sensible manner, you exercise a little and you fast as well. This is what makes the 1 week weight loss a special and very effective program.
First, you have to agree that food is basically fuel for the body. It is not something you need to overdose on. Sure, you have your favorite dishes and you cannot help craving for certain delicacies. This is perfectly normal. What you need to understand is that it would not be right to let your interest in exotic foods control your life. There is a lot more to life than over-indulgence in tasty meals and crunchy snacks.
There is no point in skirting around the action plan here. You need to begin the 1 week weight loss diet with a bang. On day one and day two, you will live entirely on fruits, vegetables and water. Stock your freezer with oranges, water melons, pineapples, guavas, pawpaw and bananas. You will also need lettuce, cabbage, carrots and avocados. For breakfast, drink two glasses of water. This will give you a feeling of fullness and ensure that you will not need any food until about 11:00 am. By now, it is almost lunch time and a fruit salad is the perfect “meal” for you.
Cut up your oranges, pawpaw, pineapples, and water melon. Serve the meal in a tall glass and drink a little water after the meal. If you feel hungry before supper time, the recommended snack for the day is carrots and guavas. For supper, you will prepare a vegetable salad but you need to obey the rules.
This salad should not include salad cream, boiled eggs or baked beans. Remember, you are on the 1 week weight loss diet. The ingredients for your salad are onions, cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes, carrots and avocados. This is a balanced diet in its own right. In case you are yearning for some fats and oil, remember that the avocado is a natural source of healthy fat.
This is your 1 week weight loss meal plan for day one and day two. By now, your body has begun the fat burning process.
Remember that the plan is to lose weight fast. This cannot be accomplished without a bit of exercise. Now, it may sound very mean to ask people who are not eating huge meals to add exercise to the program. You do not need to worry about this because nobody is asking you to train to Olympic standards. A thirty minute session of cardiovascular exercise is all you need to burn off calories. The good news is that you do not have to do this every day. Every other day will do. Your options include walking, resistance training or riding a stationary bike. Make your choice and stick to it and you will almost see the pounds dropping off your body.
On day three, things will be much easier because your body is adjusting to the current situation already. On the third and fourth days of this weight loss plan, you can take a vacation from the fruit salad and spoil yourself a little. For breakfast, two glasses of water with a teaspoon of honey dissolved in each glass will do. For lunch, a fist-sized bit of chicken breast will do. Note that fried chicken is out of the equation. Your best bet is boiled or grilled chicken. Munch some carrots and drink plenty of water after this meal. In case you are keen on snacks before the next meal, try a handful of berries.
It is supper time now and it will not be right to go to bed on an empty stomach. You will not need to eat much anyway because all you have to do after supper is sleep. Two medium-sized bananas will do. You can add one or two large guavas to the meal for variety and drink cold water to wash.
It is now day five and you are doing quite well already. For day five and day six, go back to the same diet plans of days one and two. There is no point in changing a winning formula. Just live on fruits and vegetables, drink plenty of water and exercise every other day.
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