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The 3 Day Diet Plan Review, Foods, Effectiveness

The Promise

These days, when even instant cereal isn’t fast enough, we want weight loss now, not later. And who could argue with dropping the weight of a large laptop in just one long weekend? The 3 Day Diet promises exactly that.

If you’ve been struggling to budge the scale and you’re tempted to try it, here are the details you need to know.

The diet, aimed at people wanting to lose a lot of weight, claims you’ll drop up to 10 pounds if you follow it for three days.

The menu consists of three breakfasts, lunches, and “dinners” — if you consider a cup of tuna fish or two hot dogs, plus fruit and vegetable sides, dinner.

A website that markets the diet claims it’s “chemically and enzyme balanced,” though this statement isn’t explained or supported.

One thing is clear: You won’t be eating much. On Day 1, you get just 870 calories. Days 2 and 3 aren’t much different.

What You Can Eat and What You Can’t

For three days, you’ll eat extremely basic meals made with foods you may already have in your kitchen.

For example, breakfast on Day 1 is black coffee or water, half a grapefruit, and a slice of toast with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter. Lunch is half a cup of tuna, another slice of toast, and another cup of black coffee (or tea or water).

If you’re looking for variety or foodie thrills, you won’t find them here.

Lunch on Day 2, for instance, is nothing but a cup of cottage cheese, one hard boiled egg, and some saltine crackers. Sauces, dressings, and even spices are off the list. If you have a sweet tooth, though, you’ll be happy to find vanilla ice cream on the menu each day.

Level of Effort: Low

The biggest effort you’ll make on the diet may be stopping yourself from reaching for more food.

Limitations: The menu is what it is, with no room for varied palates or eating preferences, though some web sites say you can swap tuna for cottage cheese and vice versa.

Cooking and shopping: This diet is about as low-effort as it gets, short of having meals delivered to your door. Just about the only cooking involved is steaming the vegetables, unless you choose to eat them raw (either is an option).

Packaged foods or meals? No.

In-person meetings? No.

It’s frowned on because, as one website puts it, “you will not be feeling very energetic” while you’re on this diet.

Does It Allow for Dietary Restrictions or Preferences?

Vegetarians and vegans: This menu is not for vegetarians or vegans. It’s not low-salt, low-carb, or low-fat, either — just low-calorie.

Gluten-free: This diet includes toast and crackers, which traditionally include gluten in the wheat. You could buy gluten-free versions if you chose to, but going gluten-free is not a feature of this diet.

What Else You Should Know

This diet was most likely not developed by nutrition experts. One web site that offers the diet includes this warning: “Neither the staff nor management of 3 Day Diets are experienced, licensed, or knowledgeable to judge or recommend the validity or safety of this diet. We do not necessarily endorse this diet and recommend that before trying this or any other diet to consult a physician or licensed medical practitioner. Use at your own risk.”

When judging any diet, including this one, keep in mind two key pieces of advice from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: First, if a diet sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Second, if you can’t see yourself following the diet for the rest of your life, it’s not for you.

Costs: None beyond your shopping.

Support: None. This is a diet you do on your own.

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Does It Work?

You will likely lose weight on any diet if you eat less than 910 calories a day. But losing 10 pounds in 3 days is both unlikely and unhealthy. To lose just 1 pound of body fat, you need to reduce your daily calories by about 500 a day for a whole week. That’s giving up 3,500 calories over the course of 7 days. To lose 10 pounds in 3 days would mean decreasing your calorie intake by 35,000 calories in just 3 days! The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends a slow and steady weight loss of no more than 1/2 to 1 pound a week. Otherwise you are losing muscle and water, as well as weakening your bones. You also are much more likely to gain it all back.

Is It Good for Certain Conditions?

The 3 Day Diet is low calorie, but it certainly is not low-fat, low-salt, or low cholesterol, so it is not a healthy option for most people with certain medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and high cholesterol. If you are overweight, weight loss is key to managing these conditions. But it should be a healthy and sustainable weight loss that includes healthy nutrition and exercise.

The Final Word

The 3 Day Diet is a very low-calorie diet that uses simple foods that are low cost and easy to find and prepare. A short-term weight loss is likely. But that is where the good news ends.

During the 3 days of the diet, balanced nutrition is lacking. Some of the foods that are recommended are high in salt and fat and would not be appropriate for people with certain medical problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol. You may not be getting enough vitamins, minerals, and fiber while you are on the diet. If you are taking medicine for your diabetes and want to try the 3-day diet, it’s important to talk with your doctor first about how to adjust your medicine.

Physical activity is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and helps prevent and treat heart disease and diabetes. But the 3 Day Diet does not address this at all. Nor does it teach you how to make changes in your diet that will allow for a lifetime of healthy eating.

Finally, such a restrictive diet takes the enjoyment out of eating. During the 3 days a week that you are following the plan, eating out or with others could be very tough. Also, boring diets are very hard to maintain. The temptation to overeat on the other 4 days of the week when you are not dieting will likely be high.

Remember, when it comes to weight loss, slow and steady really does win the race.

Military Diet – Does the 3-Day Plan Work For Weight Loss?


Listen up here, private! There’s a NEW diet in town and it’s not taking any GUFF from you or anybody else! That’s because it’s set up like a BOOTCAMP, you see. It’s going to be TOUGH! It’s going to be ROUGH! But it’s going to whip you into SHAPE so that you can get moving and start fighting through your days with the vim and vigor needed to FINALLY MAKE A SOLDIER OUT OF YOU.

Or, at least, this is what the Military Diet promises. On this crash eating plan, you very well might drop the weight you want—as much as 10 pounds in a week, according to its totally weird website.

If that promise wasn’t alluring enough, the Military Diet claims that you can do this without exercise and while eating vanilla ice cream (quite a lot of it, in fact). The rest of the diet includes real foods, and you don’t have to buy any pills or potions in terms of supplements.

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That promise sounds kind of awesome if you’re the type of person looking to lose weight quickly. And maybe you even like the tough-love approach.

But before you enroll in the Military Diet, there are a few very important (and very strange) things you need to know about this Internet-famous diet.

So what’s up with this mysterious diet? Where does it come from, and is it at all legit? And which military, exactly, deploys this diet to its soldiers?

Here’s what you should know.

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What is the Military Diet?

According to its website, the Military Diet requires you eat specific foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner over the course of three days. The meal plan is extremely calorie-restrictive: on the first day, for instance, you can only eat roughly 1,078 calories. (For comparison, the average, moderately active male needs roughly 2,400 to 2,600 calories per day.)

Unlike many popular weight-loss programs, the Military Diet doesn’t prohibit broad food groups. For the first three days, you eat between 1,200 and 1,500 calories a day, spread out over breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The next four days “off,” it’s recommended that you stick to 1,600 calories a day, and you’re encouraged to eat healthfully.

If you do this for a whole month, you can lose up to 30 pounds, according to the website.

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So what do you eat on the Military Diet? Here’s a sample plan.


  • cup of black coffee
  • half of a grapefruit
  • a slice of dry toast


    • half a cup of tuna
    • slice of dry toast
    • black coffee


      • 3 ounces of any type of meat
      • cup of green beans
      • half of a banana
      • small apple
      • cup of ice cream

        What you can’t have: Snacks and booze, to help keep calories low. But artificial sweeteners are also banned, because—and this is according to proponents of the diet—they mess with your insulin levels and cause weight gain. For that reason, the diet tends to push natural sweeteners like Stevia.

        The website offers substitutions for people who don’t like, or can’t eat, certain foods. For example, if you hate grapefruit, you’ll get the same weight loss benefits by drinking baking soda in your water. (Uhhhh, yum?)

        Why is it called The Military Diet?

        Honestly? No one knows.


        While TheMilitaryDiet.com offers plenty of information, including a section with frequently asked questions, a blog, and alternative meal plans for vegetarians, there are no authors, experts, or webpage owners listed.

        And while the name implies a military connection, the page doesn’t actually claim any ties to the armed forces. (MensHealth.com reached out to the website for more information and will update if and when we hear back. )

        So, point blank, there’s no actual accreditation or science behind the Military Diet.

        The name (wrongly) implies that it has been used to help U. S. soldiers get into shape quickly and that it’s proven in the field. It doesn’t.

        We do know, however, that the plan has previously gone by other names, such as the Cleveland Clinic diet, the Mayo Clinic diet, the Kaiser diet, and the Birmingham Hospital diet. According to CNN.com, none of these organizations have actually endorsed the diet.

        We also know that The Military Diet is not associated with the armed forces in any way, says Roland Paquette, PA-C, an assistant professor in physician assistant studies at UT Health San Antonio.

        A former Green Beret who served in the United States Special Forces from 2004 to 2006, Paquette tells MensHealth.com that the army did not institute a specific diet to get cadets into shape.

        “I pretty much ate everything that was available, because you’re so active all the time,” Paquette says. He adds that pancakes, French toast, and biscuits and gravy were common breakfast menu items—none of which are on the Military Diet.

        Maj. Carla Gleason, a spokeswoman for the Pentagon, confirmed this. She told MensHealth.com that the United States Department of Defense does not endorse any meal or diet plan outside of what’s listed in its Warfighter Nutrition Plan, a guide that was developed to meet the nutritional needs of service members.

        Is The Military Diet safe or healthy?

        Yes, severe calorie restriction often leads to weight loss, but what you’re likely losing is water and muscle. Worse still, under-eating (active men are supposed to consume 2,800 calories a day), can lead to brain fog, poor sleep, bad moods, and colossal cravings that may turn to binge eating.

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        According to Paquette, the Military Diet does have one advantage over other weight loss plans: unlike other diets like keto, which tend to eliminate entire food groups, the Military Diet includes a mix of protein, carbohydrates, and fats, albeit in tiny amounts.

        Beyond the artificial-sugar thing (science hasn’t yet found a definitive link between them and insulin, by the way),the Military Diet doesn’t demonize any food or food group. It can sound counterintuitive, but diets with fewer restrictions are in fact easier to stick to.

        That said, Paquette says the guidelines for the diet are simply too general to be considered healthy. For instance, breakfast on the first day simply lists “toast,” without specifying whether it’s whole-wheat or white.

        “It’s hard to say exactly looking at the foods whether they’re good for you or not,” he says.

        Worse still, undereating (active men are supposed to eat about 2,800 calories a day) can result in brain fog, poor sleep, bad moods, and cravings that may turn into binge eating.

        Can you really lose 10 pounds in one week?

        Sure, this plan could help you lose weight, but probably not 10 pounds— and definitely won’t help you keep it off long-term. Most of it is likely to be water weight, according to our experts.

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        Kristen Kizer, a registered dietitian at Houston Methodist Hospital, says that while the Military Diet website claims that the specific foods you eat on the diet can help you “burn fat,” that’s just not the case.

        “The Military Diet has ‘fad diet’ written all over it, claiming special food combinations can help you lose weight and allowing for unhealthy fake foods, like hot dogs and one cup of ice cream,” she says.

        Most health professionals advise only losing one to two pounds per week, and “even this can be challenging” for some people, says Kizer. Weight loss depends on such a wide range of factors, from genetics to body weight, that it’s impossible to make the claim that one diet will help everyone lose a certain amount of weight in a given time frame.

        Even if you do lose a few pounds, it’ll probably water weight that will be regained, Kizer adds. Plus, as is the case with yo-yo dieting and fasting in general, a “feast-or-famine cycle can have negative long-term effects on your metabolism,” she explains, making it easier for you to regain the weight you’ve lost.

        Dieters are encouraged to pair the diet with intermittent fasting for better results. If you’re not aware, intermittent fasting calls for eating not eating between 16 hours to an entire day. The Military Diet encourages eating during an 8-hour window while fasting for the remaining 16 hours each day to increase fat burning.

        Can you snack on The Military Diet?

        Technically, no.

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        According to The Military Diet website, extra food and snacks cannot be added to the outlined plan. However, it is possible to save food from each meal to eat at different times.

        For example, you could treat yourself to the vanilla ice cream as an afternoon snack instead of eating it at dinner.

        As the website claims, “Spacing out your food won’t make any difference to the diet’s results. Just don’t eat food that’s not listed on the diet!”

        Can you drink alcohol on The Military Diet?

        Nope, and that’s to keep calories low.

        What’s the right way to lose weight?

        As any successful dieter or medical professional can tell you, slimming down takes time.”Weight loss is a long-term game,” Paquette says.

        Dr. Holly Lofton, director of the medical weight management program at NYU Langone Health, recommends people start by keeping a food journal to monitor average daily caloric intake. Then look at where you can make easy changes: for example, by cutting three slices of bread at dinner down to two.

        It’s best to start slowly by removing empty calories from processed foods, snacks, and beverages, she advises. And of course, a healthy diet should include plenty of vegetables, high-fiber fruits and protein.

        Simply put: low-calorie diets like the Military Diet may help you shed a pound or two in the short-term, but they’ll never give you long-lasting results.

        “We’ve learned almost any fad diet will help you lose weight, but the regain rate is high,” says Kizer. “No one likes to hear it, but small, realistic changes done by the whole family with good social support is still the best way to make lasting change.

        At the end of the day, both Paquette and Kizer agree that the Military Diet probably does more harm than good.

        “Do I think it could be detrimental to the millions of Americans who already have an unhealthy relationship with food?,” says Kizer. “Yes.”

        The Bottom Line: Just because you’re losing weight doesn’t mean that you’re healthy—especially on this vague, too-low-calorie diet that has no scientific backing. Even if you can eat pretty much anything you want on the Military Diet, this is no way to live, soldier.

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        3 Day Military Diet | Military Benefits

        The military diet or the 3 day military diet is a weight loss diet plan that claims it can help you lose up to 10 pounds in a week. The 3 day military diet, also known as the Army diet or Navy diet, is similar to many of the other 3-day fad diet or crash plans that have been introduced in the past. The 3 day military diet involves a 3-day meal plan followed by 4 days off. The weekly cycle can be repeated until the weight goals are reached.

        Is the Military Diet Created or Endorsed by the Military?

        Many proponents of the diet have put forth various claims such as it was designed by nutritionists in the U.S. military or it was used to help soldiers to get into shape faster. However, there is no evidence that the military diet has any origins from the U.S. military or is affiliated in any way with the military or governmental institution.

        Why is the Military Diet Trending?

        This online military diet offers a quick fix to weight loss and social media is pushing this trend forward with viral 3 day military diet before and after pictures. The results are often impressive but like many social media pictures the results and motives for posting questionable.

        How Does the Military Diet Work?

        The first 3 days involves a meal plan where you consume 1,000 to 1,400 calories per day. The next 4 days there is no meal plan but it is recommended to eat healthy food but still keep the calorie intake low. t

        Is the Military Diet Bad for You?

        Many nutritionist and doctors have expressed concerns with the military diet. Below are many of the concerns that have been expressed:

        • Many nutritionists recommend not going below a 1,200 calorie intake
        • It offers very little nutritional variety or quality of calories. For instance, hot dogs and vanilla ice cream are part of the plan
        • Side effects might include hunger, irritability or difficult concentrating leading to a weakened immune system
        • Proponents claim the diet will increase your metabolism but there is no scientific proof of this
        • Exercise may be difficult due to low energy
        • Fad diets like these often lead to rapid regaining of weight versus long term weight loss

        3 Day Military Diet Plan

        Day 1

        Calories: 1,000 – 1,400


        • Cup of coffee or tea (dark tea recommend)
        • Slice of toast (wholegrain recommended)
        • 2 tbspss of peanut butter
        • ½ grapefruit


        • Slice of toast
        • ½ cup of tuna
        • Cup of coffee or tea (dark tea recommend)


        • 3-oz (85g) of any meat
        • 1 cup of green beans
        • 1 small apple
        • ½ banana
        • 1 cup vanilla ice cream (coconut milk ice cream or similar)

        Day 2

        Calories: 1,000 – 1,400


        • ½ banana
        • 1 hard-boiled egg
        • Cup of coffee or dark tea


        • 1 hard-boiled egg
        • 1 cup of cottage cheese
        • 5 saltine crackers
        • 1 cup of coffee or tea


        • 2 hot dogs (no bun)
        • ½ banana
        • ½ cup of carrots
        • ½ cup of broccoli
        • ½ cup of vanilla ice cream

        Day 3

        Calories: 1,000 – 1,400


        • 1 slice of cheddar cheese
        • 5 saltine crackers
        • 1 small apple
        • Cup of coffee or dark tea


        • Slice of toast
        • 1 cooked egg
        • Cup of coffee or tea


        • 1 cup of tuna
        • ½ banana
        • 1 cup of vanilla ice cream

        Days 4-7

        Keep your calorie intake to below 1,500 calories while maintaining a health, well-balanced diet.

        Repeat military diet plan if desired.

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        Research and general acceptance


        There are a variety of three-day diets that circulate from person to person and on the Internet. They tend to promise weight loss of 10 lb (4.5 kg) or more in just three days.

        The origins of the three-day diet are unclear. Some people believe that they go back to the 1980s when these kinds of diets were faxed from person to person. Three-day diets go by many different names, including the fax diet, Army diet, Navy diet, Cleveland Clinic diet, and many others. Often they are just referred to as three-day diets. Although many versions of this diet claim to have been created by one medical institution or another, no medical institutions have ever been known to come forward to claim responsibility for, or even to recommend, one of these diets. Many institutions that have these diets named after them, such as the British Heart Foundation or the Cleveland Clinic, go out of their way to inform dieters that the diet did not originate where its title claims.

        The most common form of three-day diet on the Internet involves eating a large quantity of tuna and various vegetables during the day, with ice cream each evening. This diet seems to be similar to, or the same

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        as, the three-day diet sold online by 3daydiets.net. It is unclear, however, if they are the developer of the diet, as they do not claim specifically to be.

        There are many versions of three-day diets circulating, all with the promise of bringing dieters significant weight loss in just three days. There are many variations in what dieters may and may not eat during these three days. One diet even calls for dieters to drink only water for the first day. On the second day dieters may eat fruit, and drink only fruit juice, and on the third day dieters may eat only vegetables, and drink only vegetable juice.

        The most common three-day diet, and the one that seems to be the most popular, is a three-day diet with a meal plan that instructs dieters what to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The specifics of the plan vary, as do what dieters are allowed to drink while on the plan. Some versions allow anything, others specify just water and diet soda in addition to the coffee and tea called for in the meal plan. Many require that dieters drink at least four glasses of water daily. Some allow diet soda to be substituted for the water. A common version of the three-day diet meal plan is:

        Day 1

        Breakfast: black tea or coffee, 1/2 a grapefruit, 1 piece of toast with 1 Tablespoon of peanut butter. Some version specify 1/3 of a grapefruit, some call for artificial sweetener to be added to the coffee, some allow grapefruit juice to be substituted for the grapefruit.

        Lunch: 1/2 cup tuna, 1 piece dry toast, black coffee or tea. Some versions call for tuna in water, some call for artificial sweetener with the coffee or tea.

        Dinner: 3 ounces lean meat, 1 cup green beans, 1 cup carrots, 1 apple, 1 cup vanilla ice cream. Some versions specify a low fat ice cream, other do not. Some versions call for 1 cup of beets instead of carrots.

        Day 2

        Breakfast: 1 egg, 1 slice dry toast, 1/2 banana, black coffee or tea. Some versions require artificial sweetened in the coffee or tea. It is not generally specified how the dieter should prepare the egg. Some versions call for a whole banana.

        Lunch: 1 cup cottage cheese and six crackers. Some versions allow dieters to choose between 1 cup of cottage cheese and 1 cup of tuna. Some require six crackers, some allow eight. Most versions call for Saltine brand crackers.

        Dinner: two hot dogs, 1 cup broccoli, 1/2 cup carrots, 1/2 banana, 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream. Some versions specify beef franks. Some call for 1 cup of cabbage instead of 1 cup of broccoli. Some versions require low fat ice cream.

        Day 3

        Breakfast: one apple, 1 ounce cheddar cheese, five Saltine brand crackers, black tea or coffee. Some versions allow or require artificial sweetener.

        Lunch: one hard-boiled egg, one slice dry toast. Some versions allow black coffee or tea (with or without artificial sweetener) with this meal, others do not.

        Dinner: 1 cup tuna, 1 cup carrots, 1 cup cauliflower, 1 cup melon, and 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream. Some versions call for 1/2 a cantaloupe instead of 1 cup of melon. Some versions require low fat ice cream.

        There are other versions of the above three-day diet, with some specifying even more alternatives for the dieter, including an orange instead of grapefruit, cottage cheese instead of tuna, and various vegetable substitutions. Most versions tell dieters to use lemon, salt and pepper, mustard, vinegar, herbs, soy sauce, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and other seasonings to add flavoring to food during the diet, but nothing containing fat, such as butter. Most versions of the diet are very specific in saying that dieters have to follow the rules exactly to see the promised weight loss.

        The three-day diet usually promises that dieters will be able to lose 10 pounds in three days if the diet is followed exactly. Often the diet claims that this will result because the combination of foods called for by the diet causes some kind of increased metabolism that will burn pounds of fat. It is never made clear exactly what kind of reaction this is supposed to be, or how it is supposed to work. Often the diet says the dieter can repeat the diet after a few days of regular eating. Some version of three-day diets allow for as few as two days of normal eating, others require up to four or five. The three-day diets are intended to provide a dieter with extreme weight loss in a very short time and are not intended to change the dieters lifestyle or overall eating habits. Usually the diets go so far as to tell a dieter to eat whatever he or she was eating before the diet once the diet is over. The diets only caution is not to overeat. No exercise recommendations are made with three-day diets. Weight loss is supposed to come from increased metabolism and lowered calorie intake alone.

        There are many benefits to weight loss if it achieved at a moderate pace through healthy eating and exercise. Three-day diets, however, are not considered moderately paced and do not include exercise, or a well-balanced diet. Although the diets claim that a dieter can lose 10 pounds in three days, weight loss is likely to come mainly from lost water weight. There may be some psychological benefit to quick weight loss, but this is likely to be undone if the weight is gained back quickly after the diet is over.

        Anyone thinking of beginning a new diet should consult a physician or other medical professional. Daily requirements of calories, fat, and nutrients can differ significantly from person to person depending on age, weight, sex, and other factors. Talking to a doctor can help a dieter determine which diet is safe for that dieter’s individual needs, and a doctor can help a dieter choose a diet that fits in well with his or her long-term weight loss goals. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should be especially cautious when thinking of beginning a new diet because when a baby is receiving nutrients from its mother, what the mother eats can have a significant impact on the growth and development of the baby.

        There are some risks associated with any diet, but diets that severely limit calories or the variety of foods that dieters may eat tend to be more risky than well-


        • Is this diet safe for me?
        • Is this diet the best diet to meet my goals?
        • Do I have any dietary requirements this diet might not meet?
        • Would a multivitamin or other dietary supplement be appropriate for me if I were to begin this diet?
        • Is it safe for me to follow this diet over an extended period of time?
        • Are there any sign or symptoms that might indicate a problem while on this diet?

        balanced, moderately calorie-reduced diets. The most common three-day diet requires dieters to eat only about 1,000 calories a day, with some versions that have been analyzed consisting of at as few as 700 calories per day. This is too few for most people to maintain good health. A diet that contains fewer than 800 calories per day is considered a very low calorie diet. Very low calorie diets carry high risks of side effects, such as gallstones and cardiovascular problems. Very low calorie diets are only intended for the extremely obese who are experiencing significant medical problems due to obesity. These diets are carried out under the close supervision of physicians. They are not intended, or safe for, dieters to follow on their own.

        Dieters who follow a three-day diet may find that any weight lost is gained back as soon as the diet is over, and may even find that more weight is gained that was lost. Having a very low caloric intake makes the dieter’s metabolism slow down because the body thinks that it is starving. Then when a normal number of calories are reintroduced into the diet, the body wants to store extra fat in case there is a period of starvation again. This natural defense mechanism of the body against starvation can cause dieters who alternatively eat very few calories and then return to normal eating to gain large amounts of fat over time, even while they are trying to diet. Very low calorie diets pursued over only a few days also promote binge eating at the end of the diet.

        Many of the versions of three-day diets, especially those intended for fasting, carry a high risk of vitamin and mineral deficiency. The body needs food from each of the food groups every day for good health. Drinking only fruit juices, or eating any very limited variety of foods, can make it nearly impossible for a dieter to get all of the nutrients required for good health. Any dieter considering this kind of diet should consult a physician about an appropriate multivitamin or supplement to help reduce this risk of deficiency. Multivitamins and dietary supplements carry their own risks, and can not replace a healthy, well-balanced diet.

        Three-day diets are not generally accepted as healthy, effective ways to lose weight for the long term. Although no scientific studies have been carried out to determine the effectiveness of common three-day diets, experts suggest that anything that promises dieters 10 lb (4. 5 kg) of weight loss in three days is unlikely to be taking off fat. Instead, dieters are probably losing water weight, with possibly a little fat loss and some muscle mass loss through the reduced caloric intake.

        The United States Department of Agriculture makes recommendations for a healthy diet in its MyPyr-amid food guidelines. MyPyramid gives recommendations about how many servings of each food group are required daily for good health. These recommendations can be found at <http://www.MyPyramid.gov.> Any diet that will produce sustainable, healthy weight loss should follow these guidelines and include foods from each food group every day. Sustainable diets should not be extremely restrictive of any food group, or be extremely calorie-reduced.

        Many studies have shown that exercise and diet are more effective at producing weight loss when done together than either is done alone. Three-day diets do not usually have any exercise recommendations. Instead, they generally claim that a combination of foods will magically melt away fat without the dieter having to expend any effort. Healthy weight loss plans should include both a diet and an exercise component. As of 2007, the Centers for Disease Control recommended that adults get a minimum of 30 minutes of light to moderate exercise each day for good health.


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        The 3 Day Diet – Finders Keepers

        There is no easy way or quick fix when it comes to losing weight and keeping it off. Believe me, I’ve probably tried everything. I was never thin and struggled with weight my whole life. There were some skinny-ish years and pleasantly plump years, but I was always trying new ways to lose weight.

        From all my years of trying to lose weight, there was only one diet that actually worked to shed a few pounds fast. The 3 Day Diet – aka The Military Diet.

        I Swear It Works

        I am not trying to promote crash diets, however in an emergency situation, The Three Day Diet is the way to go. Seriously, best shit ever. Most of the time, I use it to jump start a health kick.

        The fast weight loss keeps me motivated to continue eating healthy.

        You can lose between 5-10 pounds in three days. I usually lose around 6 (and I cheat). So, if you have fit into a dress for a wedding, this is a lifesaver. This diet can also be followed week by week, 3 days on – four days off, with amazing results.

        Apparently you can lose up to 30 pounds in 30 days. I never tried but I have no doubt that it can happen if you follow it perfectly.

        How does it work?

        From what I’ve read, the chemical make up of the foods in the meal plan help burn fat and kick start your metabolism. I tried following it on point, but as you will see in my pictures, I supplemented some item with things I just had in the house (or a martini).

        If there is something on the menu you can’t eat or don’t like, check out themilitarydiet.com. This site will give you substitutions for all the foods and explain to you more in depth how it works.

        *Please keep in mind that I am not a doctor or nutritionist. I am just going from my experience. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.

        Day One


        • 1/2 Grapefruit
        • 1 Slice of Toast (I used 2 because it was low carb 45 calories a slice)
        • 2 Tablespoons of Peanut Butter
        • 1 cup Coffee or Tea with caffeine (I add some Truvia and skim milk)


        • 1/2 Cup of Tuna
        • 1 Slice of Toast
        • 1 cup Coffee or Tea with caffeine


        • 3 ounces of any type of meat
        • 1 cup of green beans
        • 1/2 banana
        • 1 small apple
        • 1 cup of vanilla ice cream (I only had WW bars in the freezer)

        Day 2


        • 1 egg
        • 1 slice of toast
        • 1/2 banana


        • 1 cup of cottage cheese
        • 1 hard boiled egg
        • 5 saltine crackers ( used 3 Wasa crackers instead)


        • 2 hot dogs without a bun (chicken sausages with same protein and fat)
        • 1 cup of broccoli
        • 1/2 cup of carrots
        • 1/2 banana
        • 1/2 cup of vanilla ice cream – out with friends,had an expresso martini instead 😉

        Day 3


        • 5 saltine crackers
        • 1 slice of cheddar cheese ( I had 2 slices of low fat swiss)
        • 1 small apple


        • 1 hard boiled egg or cooked however you like
        • 1 slice of toast


        • 1 cup of tuna (sometimes I buy tuna steak and sear it, way better)
        • 1/2 banana
        • 1 cup of vanilla ice cream

        Years ago, I remember my mom doing this diet and I would laugh at her when she had to eat bun-less hotdogs for dinner but I totally get now. It really does work.

        It looks like it’s a decent amount of food, but I am always hungry and ready to give up by day 3. Stick it out, drink lots of water and don’t weigh yourself until day the morning of day 4.

        Have you tried the Military Diet? What were your results?

        3 Day Diet Meal Plan for Weight Loss The Holy Mess

        Are you looking for a weight loss meal plan to help you shed a few unwanted pounds, get back on track after overeating, or reduce bloating to look your best? This 3 day diet meal plan is your solution to quickly lose weight and feel great.

        This 3 day meal plan is featured in Woman’s World magazine December, 2020.

        What is the 3 Day Weight Loss Plan?

        While the road to lasting weight loss requires consistent effort, there are times you need a kick start to help you shed a few pounds. This 3 day weight loss plan is just for you.

        This meal plan is featured in Woman’s World magazine.

        As someone who has been maintaining a 100 pound weight loss for over a decade, I understand the importance of help to lose weight or get back on track with healthy eating.

        While I don’t recommend quick fixes or anything too drastic, this plan is safe and realistic.

        The food on this plan is absolutely delicious and because it’s packed with protein, you won’t go hungry.

        I lost weight using the Weight Watchers system and designed this plan using all zero point foods on the WW Blue plan. (Find the original plan here: WW 3 Day Zero Point Meal Plan). Because it’s been so popular, I’ve adapted it to a simple program anyone can use.

        Before and After 100+ pound weight loss with Weight Watchers.

        What Happens When Women Use a 3 Day Diet Program?

        A few months ago, I was contacted by a national magazine requesting more information about the 3 day diet meal plan. They wondered how much weight women had lost using the plan.

        While I had the meal plan on my website for several years, I hadn’t taken a group through the plan together. We decided to invite a select group of women to participate in this plan together as a group.

        We were expecting a few women to be interested and were shocked when over 130 women volunteered.

        Their results were incredible and we know you will have success with this program, too.

        How Much Weight Can I Lose on a 3 Day Diet Plan?

        You can expect to lose between 2-10 pounds while following this meal plan.*

        When women in our challenge shared their results, we were nothing short of astounded. Almost all the women lost weight and many lost 3-5 pounds. A few women lost up to 10 pounds!

        Even more amazing is that most of the women in the challenge were over the age of 50, with quite a few in their 60s, 70s and a few women in their 80s. This proves that weight loss is possible even as we age, and the 3 day diet plan will make it possible for you.

        Use our grocery list (and grocery delivery or pick-up) to make it extra easy.

        *Your results may vary. Always consult your doctor or medical professional for advice.

        Woman’s World Magazine – 100 pound weight loss before and after story.

        What Women Are Saying About the 3 Day Weight Loss Program

        Here’s what women who participated in the plan had to say about their weight loss results.

        The plan is a good way for me to reintroduce healthy eating into my lifestyle. The ease of the plan, quantity of food, and satisfaction from weight loss all make this plan viable. -Jan S., 53 years old, lost 2 pounds


        Absolutely, I would recommend this plan to anyone trying to jump start weight loss or get back ‘on track’ with better eating! -Mariann M., 56 years old, lost 4 pounds


        The plan was easy to follow, the food was good, and I got the results I was hoping for in getting me beyond a month-long weight loss plateau that I couldn’t seem to budge. My husband ate the same meals, enjoyed them, and lost weight as well. -Kathy O., 66 years old, lost 2 pounds

        This plan works!

        The 3-day results of a loss of 4.8 lbs. and a half of an inch off my waist is amazing! Plus, my sugar cravings lessened. -Ann F., 57 years old, lost 4.8 pounds

        The best part of this plan was it was very specific with food choices. I did not have to come up with meals and what to eat. I was NEVER hungry. The food choices were very satisfying and delicious. My bloating, tummy ache and feeling stuffed were gone immediately! I never had any cravings. I would definitely recommend this plan to other people. -JoAnn S., 64 years old, lost 4.4 pounds


        I would recommend this plan, especially if you have a lot to lose. -Susan W., 71 years old, lost 1.2 pounds

        How Does the 3 Day Diet Plan Work?

        This 3 day meal plan is based on these healthy foods:

        • Filling, healthy vegetables such as asparagus, broccoli, butternut squash and carrots
        • Nutrient-rich fruits like apples, bananas, pears, and mangos
        • Power-packed lean proteins including salmon, non-fat Greek yogurt, chicken & turkey breast and eggs

        Because the plan has no packaged, boxed, or processed foods, it’s lower in sodium than the average American diet. This leads to reduced bloating so you’ll look and feel slimmer right away.

        This WW Vegetable soup is zero points on Weight Watchers Green plan.

        The 1,200 calorie meal plan is high in protein to promote retention of lean muscle mass.

        All the foods in this plan are items you can find in any local grocery store.

        There are no unusual ingredients and no expensive shakes, powders or pills.

        Download our free PDF printable of the easy meal plan to learn how to lose weight in 3 days at home.

        Recipes for The Holy Mess Diet Meal Plan

        Here are the recipes for this 3 day plan. All of the recipes can be found by following each link and printing them from the recipe card, or make it easy and invest in our WW Zero Point Cookbook to print them all at once.

        • The Holy Mess Turkey Vegetable Chili – This delicious chili is a reader favorite! Using lean turkey breast, vegetables, and beans, the flavor is wonderful and the soup is filling and hearty.
        • The Holy Mess Veggie Soup – A dieter’s classic recipe, eat as much of this delicious soup as you’d like to keep hunger at bay.
        • The Holy Mess Tuna Salad – Enjoy this extra-high-protein tuna salad with celery and carrots.
        • The Holy Mess Salsa Chicken – Make taco bowls with this easy weight loss dinner recipe that can be made in the Instant Pot, in the oven, or in a slow cooker.
        • The Holy Mess Banana Souffle – This meal plan even includes dessert! This recipe takes just 2 ingredients and trust us that it’s delicious.

          Enjoy this delicious dessert as part of your weight loss plan.

        I would definitely use this plan if I needed to lose a few pounds. The best part of this plan, and there are so many, is my husband did the plan with me. I wasn’t hungry… I lost 10 pounds! -Dawn K., 67 years old, lost 10 pounds

        Tips for Using The Holy Mess 3 Day Weight Loss Plan

        Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind before you start the 3 day diet plan.

        • Use cooking spray instead of oil or butter. We like Pam Extra Virgin Olive Oil but any spray will work.
        • Because all the foods are cooked at home, with nothing packaged or processed, being prepared will be an important part of your strategy to make this meal plan work for you. Read through the plan and be sure to shop for groceries (use our free list) before you begin.
        • Take your preparation one step further and meal prep before you begin.

          People have great results on this plan.

        • Any fruit may be substituted for the fruits listed. Use what you enjoy. If you are making a swap, swap only a fruit for another fruit.
        • Vegetables may be substituted for others you enjoy or have on hand. Only swap a vegetable for a vegetable.
        • You may use artificial sweetener (with no additional calories or sugar). Keep in mind that artificial sweeteners cause water retention in some individuals.
        • If you are hungry, you may snack on additional bowls of The Holy Mess Vegetable Soup.
        • Use a wider cut of cabbage for the vegetable soup for a texture similar to noodles.
        • You may drink any liquids without calories, such as water, coffee, tea, Crystal Light and diet soda.
        • You may use any spices and spice blends that do not have additional calories or sugar.
        • We do not recommend using this plan longer than 3 days because it’s very low in fat and eliminates whole grains.
        • Check out this Jump Start Your Weight Loss 7 Day Challenge this Weight Watchers 7 Day Basic Meal Plan for another structured plan to use after this one.
        • For the Banana Soufflé, instead of banana you may substitute 1/3 cup canned pumpkin or 1/3 cup applesauce. You may also eat the banana and eggs separately.
        • To print the recipes, click on each recipe link and scroll to the recipe box. The “print” button is at the top right of each recipe.

        I really liked my weight loss and that it kick started me on track again. It was nutritious, satisfying and easy to follow. I would be all means use this plan again. -Treasia B., 70 years old, lost 8.4 pounds

        Frequently Asked Questions About the Three Day Meal Plan

        Here are answers to questions we receive most about this weight loss plan.

        How much weight can I expect to lose on the 3 day diet?

        Your results may be different, but over 130 women who completed the program lost between 2-10 pounds during the 3 day challenge. Most women in our challenge were over the age of 50 years old.

        Can I still drink coffee?

        Yes, you may drink coffee and any beverage without calories.

        Can I put cream in my coffee?

        No, cream or creamers are not part of this plan. (Remember that it’s only 3 days!) You may add artificial sweetener.

        What if I get too hungry?

        You may snack on additional bowls of vegetable soup at any point during the challenge.

        What if I don’t like one of the meals?

        We suggest giving each meal a try, since you might find a new favorite. However if you need to make a swap, choose a replacement that is as similar as possible. Refer to this list of 200 WW Blue Zero Point Foods when making swaps.

        Can I cook the meat and vegetables in olive oil on this plan?

        No, do not use additional oils. You may use olive oil cooking spray.

        Is this weight loss plan safe?

        Yes, this plan is safe for most people. In some ways similar to the military diet, this diet focuses on vegetables, fruit, and lean protein. Contact your doctor or other medical professional to determine what is right for you.

        How do I keep losing weight after the 3 day fat loss challenge?

        Weight loss happens from eating fewer calories than you burn. Use what you learn from the challenge to keep the weight loss going. We recommend tracking with an app like My Fitness Pal or Weight Watchers for continued success.

        Also check out our Faithful Finish Lines program with our free 5 day Grow Your Faith, Lose the Weight Challenge.

        Nutritional information is approximate and figured in My Fitness Pal, October, 2020. Points calculated with MyWW system using WW app, October, 2020.

        The Holy Mess 3 Day Diet Challenge

        Day 1

        Breakfast– 3 eggs, scrambled and served with 2 T salsa

        240 calories, 7 carbs, 14 fat, 19 protein

        MyWW Green – 6 points, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Lunch – The Holy Mess Turkey Chili, 2 cups, 1 large apple

        366 calories, 69 carbs, 9 fat, 32 protein

        MyWW Green – 8 points, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Our Turkey Vegetable Chili is hearty and delicious.

        Dinner – 6 ounces Tilapia, Salmon, or Shrimp, 2 cups roasted Brussels sprouts or asparagus

        360 calories, 2 carbs, 14 fat, 37 protein

        MyWW Green – 8, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW purple – 0

        Snack 1– 2 cups watermelon, cantaloupe, or melon of choice

        Snack 2 – 2 cups The Holy Mess Vegetable Soup

        248 calories, 53 carbs, 2 fat, 8 protein

        MyWW Green – 0, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Day 1 Total:

        1,214 calories, 131 carbs, 39 fat, 96 protein

        42% carbs/30% protein/28% fat

        MyWW Green 22 points , MyWW Purple 0 points, MyWW Blue 0 points.


        Day 2

        Breakfast – 1 cup non-fat, plain Greek yogurt with 1 cup frozen mixed berries, thawed and stirred into yogurt. 

        200 calories, 30 carbs, 0 fat, 23 protein

        MyWW Green – 2, My WW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0


        Lunch – The Holy Mess Tuna Salad (1 can tuna, 1 hard-boiled egg, 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt, chopped pickles), 2 cups celery and carrot sticks, 1 large pear or apple

        385 calories, 42 carbs, 6 fat, 44 protein

        MyWW Green – 4 , MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Dinner – 6 ounces grilled chicken breast seasoned with herbs, 2 cups roasted butternut squash and baby carrots, 1 cup green beans

        307 calories, 34 carbs, 4 fat, 39 protein

        MyWW Green – 4, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Snack 1  – The Holy Mess Veggie Soup, 2 cups

        Snack 2 – 2 cups mango, pineapple, orange slices, or kiwi

        354 calories, 79 carbs, 3 fat, 9 protein

        MyWW Green – 0, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Day 2 Total

        1,246 calories, 185 carbs, 13 fat, 115 protein

        56% carbs/9% fat/35% protein

        MyWW Green 10 points, MyWW Purple 0 points, MyWW Blue 0 points.


        Day 3

        Breakfast – 3-egg omelet with 1.5 cups onion, mushroom, and spinach (or vegetables of choice)

        258 calories, 11 carbs, 14 fat, 22 protein

        MyWW Green – 6 , MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Lunch – Taco bowl with 1 serving (1/4 of recipe) The Holy Mess Salsa Chicken, 1 cup lettuce, 1/4 cup tomato, 1/2 cup cauliflower rice, 1/4 cup black beans. Top with salsa and a dollop of plain, non-fat Greek yogurt.

        365 calories, 33 carb, 6 fat, 43 protein

        Enjoy taco bowls with our easy Salsa chicken.

        MyWW Green – 6 , MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Dinner – 2 slices (4 ounces) oven roasted turkey breast, 1 cup Steam Fresh broccoli, carrot, and cauliflower mix, 1 large ear corn on the cob, fresh or frozen, cooked

        333 calories, 37 carbs, 4 fat, 37 protein

        MyWW Green – 2, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Snack 1 – The Holy Mess Banana Soufflé

        Snack 2 – The Holy Mess Vegetable Soup, 2 cups

        533 calories, 95 carb, 11 fat, 22 protein

        MyWW Green – 4, MyWW Blue – 0, MyWW Purple – 0

        Day 3 Total:

        1,489 calories, 176 carbs, 35 fat, 124 protein

        46% carbs/33% protein/21% fat

        MyWW Green 18 points, MyWW Blue 0 points, MyWW Purple 0 points

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        *Your results may vary. Always consult your doctor or medical professional for advice.

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        Military diet: All you need to know about the 3-day diet plan for weight loss

        There are many diet plans that people follow for weight loss depending on their health and well-being. But it must be noted that what may work for one person may not necessarily work for another in a similar way. Hence, it is always important to check with a qualified nutritionist before you take on any form of diet.

        One such popular diet plan that everyone has been talking about is the Military diet, which promises weight loss in just three days.

        Here’s what you need to know.

        As per the diet, one can lose up to 4.5 kg in a single week. And unlike many other diets, it is known to be economical as it does not require expensive supplements and foods. As the name suggests, the diet plan was reportedly designed by nutritionists to help soldiers reach the right weight and shape as quickly as possible. It is also called the army diet, navy diet, and even the ice cream diet.

        Here’s what it consists of

        One has to follow a 3-day meal plan, followed by 4 days off. During the three days, one is encouraged to eat healthily but consume fewer calories. This weekly cycle is repeated for several weeks until the ideal goal weight is reached.

        The food combinations are such that it helps burn fat and kickstart the metabolism which aids weight loss. On the four off days, a normal diet of 1300-1500 calories per day is recommended consisting of lean protein and vegetables. This is low on carbohydrates.

        What can you drink?

        While water can be consumed as much as possible, artificial sweeteners are to be avoided. One can also have herbal teas with stevia as a sweetener.

        Here’s what a sample meal plan consists:

        Day 1

        Breakfast – ½ grapefruit, 1 slice toast, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, and a cup of tea/coffee
        Lunch – ½ cup tuna, 1 slice toast, and a cup of tea or coffee
        Dinner – 2 slices of any type of meat, 1 cup green beans, ½ banana, 1 small apple, and 1 cup vanilla ice cream

        Day 2

        Breakfast – 1 egg, 1 slice toast, ½ banana
        Lunch – 1 cup cottage cheese/ 1 slice cheddar cheese, 1 hard-boiled egg, 5 saltine crackers
        Dinner – 2 hot dogs, 1 cup broccoli, ½ cup carrots, ½ banana, and ½ cup vanilla ice cream

        Day 3

        Breakfast – 5 soda crackers, 1 slice cheddar cheese, 1 small apple
        Lunch – 1 hard-boiled egg, 1 slice toast
        Dinner – 1 cup tuna, ½ banana, 1 cup vanilla ice cream
        Do not consume any snacks in between.

        You can have vanilla ice-cream on this diet. (Source: Getty Images/Thinkstock)

        Vegetarians and vegans can make easy swaps with nuts, lentils, tofu, and soy/tofu dogs. Vegans can eat nut/tofu cheese instead of cheddar, plus soy ice cream and vegan cottage cheese, as per WebMD.

        Do you need to exercise more?

        As per slimmingsolutions.com, walking for just 20 minutes can significantly boost one’s weight loss on the diet.

        What are the odds?

        The diet works on the principle of creating a calorie deficit which helps lose weight faster. There are not many dietary restrictions which makes it easier to follow for a small duration of time.

        However, since it is based on calorie deficit, it may create nutritional deficiencies if one follows it for several weeks at a stretch. This may also lead to fatigue. So, check with your nutritionist.

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        90,000 Golo-diet. Three Day Meal Plan | LuxTopFit

        Golo-Diet – a kind of crash (high-speed) 30-day diet aimed at fast weight loss due to the low carbohydrate content in the diet. Below is a 3-day meal plan with recipes that are allowed during the holo-diet.


        DAY 1

        Breakfast. Cucumber smoothie (200 kcal, fats – 11 g, carbohydrates – 15 g, proteins – 10 g)


        • ½ cucumber
        • 1 sprig of dill
        • 1 lime
        • ½ tsp olive oil
        • 200 ml milk (3.5% fat)


        1. Peel the cucumber and cut into large pieces.
        2. Put the cucumber in a blender, add the dill, squeeze the lime, add the olive oil and milk.
        3. Mix all ingredients well.
        Snack – 1 handful (20 g) almonds or other nuts of your choice

        Fish skewers (350 kcal, fats – 17 g, carbohydrates – 10 g, proteins – 39 g)


        • 150 g cod fillet
        • 1 squash
        • 1 tomato
        • 3 tablespoons olive oil
        • 100 ml yoghurt sauce


        1. Cut the cod fillet, vegetable marrow and tomato into large cubes.
        2. Place all the ingredients one at a time on two large skewers.
        3. Fry in olive oil in a skillet.
        4. Salt and season with yoghurt sauce.
        Snack – 200 g cottage cheese with cinnamon
        Dinner. Colorful salad with turkey brisket (355 kcal, fat – 15 g, carbohydrates – 19 g, protein – 36 g)


        • 125 g turkey fillet
        • 1 tsp olive oil
        • 1 cm ginger root
        • 1 clove of garlic
        • 1 large tomato
        • 1 onion
        • 2 pickled cucumbers
        • 1 paprika


        1. Cut the turkey fillets into strips and place in a bowl.
        2. Add the olive oil, ginger root and garlic clove to the fillets and mix together.
        3. Let sit in the refrigerator for 15 minutes.
        4. Then fry the meat until crispy and let cool.
        5. Cut tomato, onion, pickled cucumbers and paprika.
        6. Combine all salad ingredients and brush with dressing of 1 teaspoon mustard, 1 teaspoon white balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper and 1 teaspoon oil.

        DAY 2

        Breakfast.Cheese soufflé with carrots (180 kcal, fats – 3 g, carbohydrates – 14 g, proteins – 24 g)


        • 1 carrot
        • 150 g curd mass
        • 50 g natural yoghurt
        • 1 tsp lemon juice
        • Ginger Slice


        1. Grate carrots and mix with curd mass and yogurt.
        2. Season the mashed mixture with lemon juice and ginger.
        Snack – 1 handful (20 g) almonds or other nuts of your choice

        Chicken breast with mixed vegetables (380 kcal, fats – 13 g, carbohydrates – 22 g, proteins – 43 g)


        • 1 squash
        • 1 carrot
        • 1 yellow pepper
        • 1 tomato
        • 1 small onion
        • 1 small clove of garlic
        • 50 ml vegetable stock
        • 150 g chicken fillet


        1. Cut the courgette into thick slices, the carrots into thin slices, the pepper into strips, and the tomato, onion and garlic into cubes.
        2. Fry onions, garlic and tomatoes over low heat, add vegetable broth and add vegetables. Cover and simmer for 5-10 minutes.
        3. At that time, fry the chicken fillet on both sides, add to the vegetables and leave to simmer for another 5 minutes. Season everything with salt and pepper.
        Snack – 200 g of cottage cheese with vanilla powder
        Dinner. Fragrant salad with steak (380 kcal, fat – 20 g, carbohydrates – 10 g, protein – 40 g)


        • 180 g lean meat
        • Black pepper
        • 5-6 cherry tomato
        • 1 small onion
        • A handful of parsley
        • A handful of arugula
        • 1/2 h. l. apple cider vinegar
        • 2 tbsp olive oil


        1. Grate the steak with pepper and fry on both sides until crispy.
        2. Chop tomatoes, onion, add parsley and arugula.
        3. Season the salad with apple cider vinegar and olive oil.
        4. Cut the steak into strips and put on the salad. Salt and pepper to taste.

        DAY 3

        Breakfast. Scrambled eggs with paprika (235 kcal, fats – 15 g, carbohydrates – 9 g, proteins – 16 g)


        • 1 onion
        • 1/2 red paprika
        • 2 eggs
        • 4 Art.l. mineral water
        • 1 tsp flaxseed
        • 1 tsp olive oil


        1. Chop the onion and paprika.
        2. Beat eggs with mineral water and flaxseed.
        3. Fry the onion and paprika in the olive oil and add the egg mixture.
        4. Season with salt and pepper to taste and simmer until desired.
        Snack – 1 handful (20 g) almonds or other nuts of your choice

        Grilled trout with Sicilian sauce (200 kcal, fat – 8 g, carbohydrates – 9 g, protein – 19 g)


        • Medium trout
        • A pinch of oregano
        • 1 tbsp olive oil
        • 2 tomatoes
        • 1 green onion
        • A handful of parsley
        • 1 tbsp lime juice


        1. Salt the peeled trout, season with oregano and brush with olive oil.
        2. Place fish on the grill.
        3. While the fish is grilling, dice the tomatoes, green onions, parsley and season with salt and lime juice.
        4. Place the baked trout on a plate and top with the prepared tomato sauce.
        Snack – 200 g cottage cheese with flax seeds
        Dinner. Tuna salad (180 kcal, fats – 10 g, carbohydrates – 10 g, proteins – 30 g)


        • 2 pom_dora
        • 1 can canned tuna
        • 6-7 pieces of lettuce
        • 1/2 onion
        • 10 pcs.green olives
        • 2 tbsp olive oil


        1. Cut the tomatoes into cubes and the onion into rings.
        2. Tear lettuce leaves into large pieces.
        3. Mix all ingredients, season with olive oil.
        4. Salt and pepper to taste.


        90,000 Summer Workout and Nutrition Plan for Men

        “Prepare sledges in summer and skis in winter.”This old adage can easily be applied to fitness as well. If you want to look good on the beach in summer, start preparing in winter.

        Good shape cannot be achieved in a month. Yes, you can lose a lot of weight by cutting calories to a minimum and exhausting yourself with training 7 times a week. But remember that after rest, and most likely already in the process, you will very quickly gain weight back.

        In order to get in shape for the summer, and most importantly, to stay in it at all times, you need to draw up a training and nutrition plan, taking into account your starting point and ultimate goal.

        Let’s take two examples:

        1) You are overweight and have an average body fat percentage of about 30. Your goal is to lose weight, get lean and gain muscle mass.

        2) You are thin, your task is to make your figure more muscular, athletic.

        Preparation plan for the first option

        Let’s divide our training into two stages: increase in strength and muscle mass, followed by “drying”.

        You cannot immediately rush to do cardio and go on a rigid diet. Without proper experience and knowledge, you will only harm your health and will not achieve results. We have 4 months in stock, this time is quite enough to gently reach the peak of our form.

        Stage 1. Increase in strength and muscle mass


        First, you need to calculate how many calories you need to eat per day.To do this, multiply your weight by 30, and you get the calories you need to maintain your weight. We need a set of muscle mass, therefore, we need a lot of energy, so add 500 to the resulting number.

        For example, your weight is 80 kg, so you need 80 x 30 + 500 = 2900 kcal daily.

        To calculate calories on the Internet, you can find calculators, applications for smartphones. Use one of these to help you plan your meals.

        The main thing is to stick to the basic principles:

        1) Reduce the intake of “fast carbohydrates”, flour products, fresh juices.

        2) Eat 2-2.5 grams of protein per kilogram of your body weight, if you can’t get the required amount from regular food, protein shakes based on whey protein, such as Impact Whey Protein, are perfect for this purpose.

        3) The main part of carbohydrates should be taken in the first half of the day.

        4) Be sure to supplement your diet with complex vitamins, Omega-3.

        5) After training, the protein-carbohydrate window opens, try to take Nurricane XS within half an hour after training, as it contains all the elements necessary for recovery, and the effect of your training will be maximum.


        We need a training plan, adhering to which, we will increase strength and, as a result, muscle mass.

        Consider a standard 3-day split:

        Before each workout, do a warm-up: 10 minutes on a treadmill, press, gymnastics to warm up the joints and ligaments. After training, stretch the working muscle group and do 25-30 minutes of cardio.

        Day 1: Chest + Triceps.

        Day 2: Back + biceps.

        Day 3: Legs.

        We do 3 exercises for each muscle group, one basic and two “auxiliary” exercises, perform 2-3 warm-up approaches, and after 3 working approaches – 8 repetitions each.

        Once every 2 weeks we change exercises, but leave the same working muscle groups. For example:

        Day 1, week 1-2

        1) Bench press, incline press, pullover.

        2) French press, push-ups on the uneven bars, exercises on the block.

        Day 1, week 3-4

        1) Dumbbell press, incline dumbbell set, chest crossover.

        2) Press with a narrow grip, push-ups for triceps from the bench, press dumbbells from behind the head for triceps.

        Further, you can change the exercises in places at your discretion, the main thing is that your muscles do not have time to adapt to the same type of load and constantly experience stress. Then the result will not be long in coming.

        In this mode, we train until 4 weeks remain before the planned rest.

        Stage 2. Drying

        Now our task is to remove the fat layer while preserving muscle volumes as much as possible. To do this, we will change our diet and training.


        1) We reduce the number of calories, now we need 85 x 30 – 200 = 2350 kcal. We do this by reducing carbohydrate intake.

        2) It is advisable to help the body burn fat.Thermopure Boost + CLA is perfect for this, take these supplements as directed to increase energy and promote weight loss.

        3) Avoid junk food completely, so called empty calories. It is a food with a low biological value and a high content of fat and sugar.

        4) Drink a protein shake after training. Carbohydrates are allowed only after 2 hours.


        1) The number of workouts should be increased to 4 per week.

        2) Workout should be intense, with a lot of repetitions and not heavy weights. CrossFit is perfect.

        3) After each workout, do cardio for at least 45 minutes. Keep your pulse in the range of 130-140 beats, it is at this heart rate that fat is most effectively burned.

        Preparation plan for the second option

        Now, back to the second example. If you are thin and your main task is to gain weight and give a sporty silhouette to your figure, you just need to adhere to the tips from the first half of the article.Create a calorie surplus and get the right amount of quality protein with Impact Whey Protein. Train according to our program, gradually increasing the load. And let your body recover from exercise, sleep at least 8 hours a day.

        Start your beach preparations now and you are sure to amaze everyone with your shape in the summer!

        90,000 Best 3 Day Strength Training Plan for Weight Loss

        For most beginners, the gym is associated with losing weight and gaining ideal proportions.However, experienced athletes know that there is no one-size-fits-all program for a week, and each person needs a personal training plan.

        Such a 3-time plan per week will take into account the goals of the lesson – to gain relief, lose weight, build up mass, as well as gender, previous training experience. But to compile a weight loss complex, there are certain rules that must be followed during the first visits to the gym.

        General Programming Rules

        Regardless of gender, the first workouts in the gym should be treated very responsibly.Since people who most often do not go in for sports dream of getting rid of fat deposits, their body is not prepared for serious stress. To lose excess weight, beginners must first bring the cardiovascular system back to normal, because if a person conducts a full-fledged training for half an hour in the first lesson, this can lead to problems with joints and heart.

        The rule of phased introduction to the sport mode must be taken into account. It is necessary to start a three-time training plan with light exercises, slowly increasing the load.During training, be sure to carefully monitor the heart rate, blood pressure, and respiratory rate.

        See Also: Super Fast Workout Plan for Weight Loss

        Principles of working out the initial weight loss program

        Strength training is a determining factor for losing weight, but you shouldn’t take big weights right away. By adding weights, a beginner athlete will waste energy without completing the entire program. Better to add multiple sets or increase the amount of exercise.

        When performing any strength exercise, you should carefully monitor the technique. It is advisable to observe yourself in the mirror, tracking the position of the arms, legs and body in space. Correct technique is the key to effective training.

        One should not rush, because if a beginner has never been involved in sports in his life, then perhaps even the easiest program for the first days will be difficult for him. In this case, it is better to perform part of the exercises with high quality and correctly than through force and compulsion to do the entire program.

        Strength training for slimming men

        Weight loss programs for different sexes differ significantly, due to the physiological characteristics of the body structure. The male body stores fat slowly than the female body and spends calories much faster. In addition, the representatives of the stronger sex have much more digestive enzymes, respectively, and fat burning is given to men much easier.

        The weekly strength training program for men will be structured as follows:

        Most of the program is designed for training in the gym, for those who do not have the opportunity to train in the gym: we recommend that you read the article: Jay Cutler: full body workout

        Day 1:

        Day 2:

        Day 3:

        Walking or low-intensity cardio can be used as a warm-up.Do not forget about the cool down at the end of your workout.

        Read Also: 5 Stretches That Can Make Strength Training Even More Effective

        For those interested in the topic of gaining muscle mass for men: we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the material.

        Strength training for slimming women

        It is much more difficult for girls to lose weight, because their body is arranged a little differently. A woman’s body is created with an emphasis on storing energy in the form of fatty deposits, since the female body is constantly preparing for gestation.In the composition of fat cells, girls have much more enzymes that are responsible for the accumulation of fatty deposits, and the fat cells themselves are larger in size. In addition, in the female body, steroid hormones inherent in men are not present, therefore, during weight loss due to cardio training, the muscles of girls can be destroyed.

        Considering all these features of the female body, the program for burning subcutaneous fat is prescribed according to different principles. Experts recommend to start training in a circular program, performing all exercises in one superset.This will make it possible to achieve effective results without burning hard-earned muscles.

        A typical weight loss program for a woman in the gym looks like this:

        Day 1:

        • squats with a barbell at a fast pace;
        • reverse pull-up on the loops;
        • deadlift;
        • press of hands from the lower block in a sitting position on the bench;
        • two-handed dumbbell reduction;
        • pull of the upper block down;
        • leg swings.

        Day 2:

        Day 3.

        The number of repetitions for women is also different – for the first workout, you need to do 15-20 repetitions of each exercise, for the second and third from 8 to 12, depending on general fatigue and initial physical strength. In addition, the structure of the female body suggests the introduction of light cardio (fitness) on the days between strength exercises.

        Read Also: Best Weight Loss Tips For Women

        So, with the same goals of weight loss and weight loss for women and men, completely different strength programs are used.These differences are explained by the difference in organisms, so they must be taken into account when building a training plan.

        Be sure to read about it

        90,000 Easy 3 Day Cleansing Diet | Bonapeti.ru

        Three Day Cleansing Diet is a strict plan to follow for exactly three days, then eat normally for four or five days before deciding to restart the plan again.

        The three-day diet is a very specific meal plan that must be strictly followed.The portions should be eaten exactly as directed. During the diet, do not miss out on and one meal, even if you do not feel hungry. Three-day meal plan:

        Day 1

        Breakfast: Black coffee or tea with a little sweetener, 1/2 grapefruit or juice from this citrus, 1 slice of baked bread with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter

        Lunch: 1/2 cup tuna, 1 slice of bread, black coffee or tea with a little sweetener

        Dinner: 30 grams of lean beef or chicken, 1 cup green beans, 1 cup carrots, 1 apple, 1 cup vanilla ice cream

        Day 2

        Breakfast: Black coffee or tea with a little sweetener, 1 egg, 1/2 banana, 1 slice of bread

        Lunch: 1 glass of feta cheese or tuna, 8 pieces of salted cookies

        Dinner: 200 gr.beef, 1 cup broccoli or cabbage, 1/2 cup carrots, 1/2 banana, 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream

        Day 3

        Breakfast: Black coffee or tea with a little sweetener, 5 thin salty cookies, 50 grams of cheddar cheese, 1 apple

        Lunch: Black coffee or tea with a little sweetener, 1 boiled egg, 1 slice of bread

        Dinner: 1 cup tuna, 1 cup carrots, 1 cup cauliflower, 1 cup melon, 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream.

        In addition to the strict daily nutritional regimen, you should drink 4 glasses of water or non-nutritive drinks every day during your diet.

        How It Works

        No one has specified the magical power of this combination of foods included in this plan, but they create a unique metabolic response and stimulate fat burning.

        This diet and the combination of foods in it helps burn fat, increase energy, cleanse the body and last but not least lowers cholesterol.

        As the name suggests, the three-day diet lasts only three days, although it can be repeated indefinitely, as long as you like, alternating with 4-5 days of regular meals. The goal of returning to your normal diet is to keep your metabolism from slowing down. Three-Day Cleansing Diet is included in the Top 25 Most Efficient and Followed American Diets.

        healthy food for those involved

        More than half of success in fitness depends on nutrition. Many professional athletes speak about this. How to eat right with regular fitness classes, in order to experience real results, read in our material: HOCHU.ua editors have developed a three-day fitness menu.

        Sports nutrition is a necessary attribute of any person involved. The nice thing is that this type of nutrition does not make the body feel hungry (but quite the opposite). It is very difficult to call it a diet; rather, fitness nutrition is a way of life.In fact, the menu of a practicing person is the ideal food not only for those who want to always be slim, but also dream of being healthy and vigorous at any age.

        Of course, it is quite difficult to adhere to the sports nutrition regimen in the modern rhythm, because due to constant employment, some eat anything just to fill their stomachs, while others do not eat anything all day, coming off afterwards during dinner.

        Fitness menu: day one


        The perfect breakfast for the recreational athlete is oatmeal. It is rich in fiber and complex carbohydrates, which provide the body with all the nutrients it needs in the morning. To make breakfast not boring, you can add nuts, dried fruits or candied fruits to the oatmeal, a little honey. If you like to eat oatmeal in milk, then use a fat-free product.


        Fruits. You can choose any favorite fruit or berry and enjoy their sweetness.


        For lunch, it is best to give preference to buckwheat, a piece of boiled chicken and vegetable salad with vegetable oil.

        Many people think that boiled meat is boring and uninteresting. In fact, the whole question is in the method of its preparation. To keep the chicken from appearing bland, it can be boiled in herbs and spices. It is also very important not to overcook the meat: 10 minutes after the water has boiled is enough.

        Afternoon snack

        For an afternoon snack, low-fat cottage cheese and a cup of aromatic tea are perfect.


        For dinner, you should cook yourself a piece of fish with stewed vegetables.You can also complement the dish with vegetable salad seasoned with vegetable oil.

        If you are tired of the vegetable oil dressing, then you can add a little grape vinegar and mustard to it to add spice.

        Second supper

        Before going to bed, it will be great to drink a glass of low-fat kefir.

        Remember to drink water throughout the day. You can also drink teas, and in the morning have a cup of coffee without sugar.

        Fitness menu: day two


        On the second day, breakfast will be cottage cheese with honey and fruits.The ingredients can be simply mixed with each other, or you can grind in a blender to get a cheese mass.


        The second breakfast will be a loaf of bread, on which you can put lettuce leaves, cut a tomato and put cheese on top.


        Bake turkey fillets in a sleeve with herbs, and garnish with brown rice. You can supplement this pair with cabbage salad with low-fat sour cream dressing. It should be delicious.

        Read also
        How to work out in the gym: a complete training program for girls for 3 days

        Afternoon snack

        Pick your favorite fruits and enjoy them in the middle of the day.


        Dinner on the second day will be a salad of boiled chicken, lettuce, cucumbers and tomatoes. Chop all the ingredients and season the salad with oil, vinegar and a little mustard. You can also rub some low-fat cheese.

        Second supper

        Before going to bed, according to the classics of the genre, you need to drink a glass of kefir.

        Never skip snacks if you want to have the perfect figure. The body must constantly receive nutrients and not be hungry.Firstly, this approach will save you from overeating, and secondly, it will make you feel comfortable always.

        Fitness menu: day three


        Another breakfast option is a burger. But not the same as served in fast foods, but healthy. To prepare it, you need a gray bran bun, lettuce, tomatoes, a cucumber and a little of your favorite cheese.


        Milkshake made from milk, a little honey and one banana.Mix all the ingredients in a blender – and the cocktail is ready.


        Baked fish with vegetables. You can also afford some kind of salad. Naturally, no mayonnaise. You must admit that lunch should be not only nutritious, but also delicious.

        Try to eat less red meat, preferring white meat. The fact is that red meat contains a lot of fatty acids. Therefore, eat it 2 times a week, not more often.

        Afternoon snack

        Low-fat cottage cheese with fruit and some freshly squeezed juice.


        For dinner, cook yourself some buckwheat and a piece of boiled veal. Again, to make the meat not only healthy, but also tasty, season it with some herbs.

        Second supper

        The classic end of the day will be a glass of kefir.

        See also: Low-carb diet: recommendations, principles, menus

        Materials on the topic:

        90,000 Military Diet: A Beginner’s Guide (with Meal Plan)

        Military Diet: A Beginner’s Guide (with Meal Plan)

        The military diet, army or soldier’s, is currently one of the most popular diets in the world.

        It is claimed to help you lose weight quickly, up to 4.5 kg in one week.

        The military diet is also free. You don’t need to buy books, expensive food, or nutritional supplements.

        But does this diet really work and is it worth trying? This article explains everything you need to know about the military diet.

        If you want to lose weight by switching to a healthy and balanced diet instead of a quick weight loss diet, you can buy the diet online at an affordable price (click and start losing weight!)

        What is the military diet?

        The Military Diet, also called the 3 Day Diet, is a weight loss diet that can help you lose up to 10 pounds in a week.

        The Military Diet Plan includes a 3-day meal plan followed by 4 weekends and repeats the weekly cycle over and over until you reach your desired weight.

        Proponents of the diet claim it was developed by nutritionists in the US Army to get soldiers in top shape quickly.

        However, the truth is that the diet is not affiliated with any military or government agency.

        The military diet also has several other names, including the naval diet, the military diet, and even the ice cream diet.

        Summary: The Military Diet is a low calorie weight loss diet that claims to promote significant weight loss in just one week.

        How does the military diet work?

        How does the military diet work? The 3 Day Military Diet is actually divided into 2 phases over a 7 day period.

        For the first 3 days, you must follow an established low-calorie meal plan for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.There are no snacks between meals.

        The total calorie intake during this phase is approximately 1100-1400 calories per day.

        This is much less than the average adult, but you can check your own calorie needs with this calculator.

        For the remaining 4 days of the week, you are encouraged to eat a healthy diet and continue to keep your calorie intake low.

        Diet proponents claim that you can repeat the diet several times until you reach your desired weight.

        Summary: The first 3 days of the military diet have a fixed meal plan and include calorie restriction. The remaining 4 days have fewer restrictions.

        Meal Plan

        This is a three-day military diet meal plan.

        1 day

        This is the meal plan for the first day. It is about 1400 calories.


        • Slice of toast with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
        • Half a grapefruit.
        • A cup of coffee or tea (optional).


        • Slice of toast.
        • Half a glass of tuna.
        • A cup of coffee or tea (optional).


        • 85 grams of meat with a cup of green beans.
        • Small apple.
        • Half a banana.
        • One cup of vanilla ice cream.

        Day 2

        These are the meals for the second day, which contain about 1200 calories.


        • Slice of toast.
        • One hard-boiled egg.
        • Half a banana.
        • A cup of coffee or tea (optional).


        • One hard-boiled egg.
        • A cup of cottage cheese.
        • 5 salty crackers.
        • A cup of coffee or tea (optional).


        • Two hot dogs without a bun.
        • Half a cup of carrots and half a cup of broccoli.
        • Half a banana.
        • Half a glass of vanilla ice cream.

        3 days

        Here’s a plan for day 3, which is about 1,100 calories.


        • A 30 gram slice of cheddar cheese.
        • 5 salty crackers.
        • Small apple.
        • A cup of coffee or tea (optional).


        • Slice of toast.
        • One egg, cooked the way you like it.
        • A cup of coffee or tea (optional).


        • A cup of tuna.
        • Half a banana.
        • 1 cup vanilla ice cream.

        Feel free to drink as much coffee or tea as you like, as long as you don’t add calories from sugar or cream. Also drink plenty of water.

        Remaining 4 days

        The rest of the week is also dietary.

        Snacks allowed, no food group restrictions. However, you are advised to limit portion sizes and reduce your total calorie intake to no more than 1,500 per day.

        In this article, you can find a list of websites and apps to track your calorie intake.

        There are no other rules for the remaining 4 days of the diet.

        Summary: The first 3 days of the diet have a fixed menu, and the remaining 4 days are less limited.You are still advised to eat healthy foods and limit your calorie intake for the remaining 4 days.

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        What foods are allowed in the military diet? Substitutions are allowed during the 3-day phase for those with dietary restrictions, but servings must contain the same amount of calories.

        For example, if you are allergic to peanuts, you can substitute almond butter for peanut butter.

        You can also substitute 1 cup of tuna for almonds if you are a vegetarian.

        It is only important that the calorie content remains the same. If you change your meal plan in any way, you will need to count calories.

        Supporters of the military diet recommend drinking hot water with lemon, but do not recommend drinks with artificial sugar. However, there is no scientific reason why this would be a good idea.

        Summary: If you have dietary restrictions, then you are allowed to substitute foods with equal calories.

        Is the military diet based on evidence?

        Is the military diet based on evidence? There have been no studies of the military diet. However, the average person is more likely to lose a few pounds due to the weekly calorie restriction.

        If fewer calories go into adipose tissue than go out, you are losing fat. Period.

        However, proponents of the diet argue that it offers a distinct weight loss advantage through “food combinations” nutritional benefits.These combinations are believed to boost metabolism and burn fat, but these claims are not true.

        Coffee and green tea do contain compounds that can slightly increase metabolism, but there are no known food combinations that can do this (1, 2, 3, 4).

        And if you look at the common foods included in the meal plan, it just doesn’t sound like a fat burning diet.

        Foods with a high protein content speed up metabolism to a greater extent than other foods (5, 6).But most of the foods in the military diet are low in protein and high in carbohydrates, which is a poor weight loss combination.

        Some people also claim that this diet has the same health benefits as intermittent fasting. However, the diet does not include fasting, so this is not true.

        Summary: The military diet can help you lose weight because it is very low in calories. However, it doesn’t have specific benefits that make it more effective than other calorie-restricted diets.

        How Safe and Sustainable is the Military Diet?

        How Safe is the Military Diet? The military diet is probably safe for the average person because it is too short to cause long-term harm.

        However, if you follow this diet for several months, a strict calorie limit can put you at risk of nutritional deficiencies.

        This is especially true if you do not regularly eat vegetables and other quality foods on weekends.

        In addition, weekly consumption of hot dogs, crackers, and ice cream can cause metabolic problems. Junk food shouldn’t be a regular part of your diet.

        In terms of sustainability, this diet is pretty simple. It doesn’t rely on long-term habit changes and only requires willpower for a short time.

        That said, it probably won’t help you maintain your weight for long, because it won’t help you change your habits.

        Summary: The military diet is probably safe for healthy people, but should not be followed for long periods of time. This probably does not lead to long-term weight loss.

        Can you really lose 10 pounds in a week?

        This diet became popular because it claims you can lose 10 pounds (4.5 kg) in a week.

        Theoretically, this rate of weight loss is possible for overweight people who severely restrict calories.However, most of the weight loss is due to the loss of water, not fat.

        Water weight drops rapidly as your body’s glycogen stores shrink, which happens when you restrict carbohydrates and calories (7).

        This looks good on the scale, but this weight will be restored when you eat normally again.

        Summary: You can lose 10 pounds in a week. However, for the most part, this will be the water weight that is restored when you start eating normally.

        Medicines for weight loss, slimming teas are not the best solution for weight loss. If you want to lose weight by going on a healthy and balanced diet, you can buy the diet online at an affordable price (click and start losing weight!)

        May work, but not for long

        If you are looking to lose a few pounds quickly, the military diet can help.

        But you will probably regain weight very quickly, too.It’s just not the best long-term weight loss diet.

        If you are serious about losing weight and maintaining it, there are many weight loss methods that are much better than the military diet.

        90,000 what is it, how to carry it out and an example of the menu

        Do you feel that your health and beauty have deteriorated dramatically? Perhaps the toxins that accumulate in the body are to blame for this. To get rid of them in just 3 days, read about the

        detox diet.

        This diet will help you get rid of toxins, restore radiant skin and shiny hair, improve digestion and metabolism, and help you lose weight.To become like a new penny, take this 3-day course. And to stay radiant all the time, check out our articles on healthy eating.

        To get the most out of this diet, you must remember these 7 points, not even remember, but learn by heart!

        • Make sure you drink a glass of warm water in the morning. Add fresh lemon juice to it for a dose of vitamin C you need, which will stimulate the production of digestive juices.
        • Along with drinking fresh fruit juices such as apple, orange and pineapple, make sure you drink at least 8 glasses of water throughout the day.
        • Eat fiber-rich foods such as whole wheat bread and buckwheat.
        • The kidneys and liver must be flushed during the 3-day detoxification process. Chamomile tea is suitable for this. Freshly squeezed fruit juices are also a good choice.
        • Daily exercise is also an essential part of the diet.You can give preference to jogging, brisk walking, exercise, yoga or aerobics.
        • Sleep is also very important, so try to get about 8 hours of sleep every night. If possible, take a 30 minute nap after lunch (you already like this diet, don’t you? 🙂
        • Your diet during this diet should include fresh fruits, vegetables, yogurt, grains, lean meats and fish.

        Menu 3-day detox diet

        1. Breakfast: ½ avocado + 1 tablespoon chia seeds + 1 tablespoon natural honey + 5-6 strawberries or 1 banana + 1 tablespoon ground flax + 1 ounce blueberries + 1 tablespoon organic honey
        2. Noon: 1 orange + 4 almonds or 1 boiled egg + 4 almonds
        3. Lunch: Brown rice and fried mushrooms, green beans, carrots, garlic and onions in olive oil or Chicken salad with cherry tomatoes, avocado, yellow bell pepper, boiled peas and cilantro.Use yogurt or olive oil as dressing
        4. Snack: 1 cup kefir with roasted and ground cumin seeds + ½ cup cucumber slices or Boiled corn kernels with salt, pepper and lime juice
        5. Dinner: Tomato soup + 2 slices of whole wheat bread or ½ cup beans + 1 cup kefir

        This 3-Day Meal Plan is designed so you can easily prepare these meals at home, all ingredients are available in the supermarket and the foods are low in calories but very nutritious.You will recharge with vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, protein and complex carbohydrates, and the methods of cooking from this menu do the least damage to nutrients. Your digestion will improve significantly. Just don’t forget about sports! He is an integral part of this diet.

        If you stick to our tips and meal plan, you will feel healthier by the end of the 3 Day Detox Plan as your gut problems will start to disappear and you will feel more energized.