This plan will definitively help you lose a dress size in five days, because it is full of vitamins and nutrients, but low on fat and calories, not to mention that it also has a few ideas for a healthy snack.
What’s it about?
It’s a very efficient way of making you fit into a smaller sized dress. You will look and feel slimmer, thanks to its nutritious and low fat ingredients.
Does it work?
This is a diet plan that won’t make you starve, because it has a lot of fibers, fruits and vegetables and thanks to the fact that it’s rich in vitamins and nutrients, your body will be able to lose weight and stay healthy. There are a lot of menus to choose from for your everyday meals and there are even some snacks available for when you get cravings.
This diet plan is a great idea if you need to lose weight, because you have an upcoming event where you have to dress to impress. You can follow this diet, because it will make you lose weight and it won’t take all your strength in the process. Are you one of those people who absolutely hate counting calories? Well, by following my instructions to the letter, you will achieve you goal!
1. Mix 30 g of unsweetened muesli with 1 tablespoon natural yoghurt, then add a handful of raspberries and have 1 glass of unsweetened orange juice on the side.
2. Have 1 slice of wholemeal toast topped with 3 cherry tomatoes, sliced and grilled. Then drink 1 glass of unsweetened fruit juice.
3. Serve 2 small free-range poached eggs on 1 slice of wholemeal toast.
4. Make a smoothie by mixing in a blender the juice of 1 large orange with 1 banana, 150 ml semi skimmed milk.
Add 1 small pot of natural yoghurt and 1 teaspoon clear honey, then serve.
5. Toast 1 bagel and top it with 1 teaspoon reduced fat cream cheese. As a dessert, have a small bowl of strawberries.
1. Slice 1 small avocado, 1 tomato and 40 g reduced fat mozzarella, sprinkle with 1 teaspoon oil-free salad dressing and stir the ingredients. Serve the salad with 2 wholegrain crackers.
2. Have 1 carton of fresh shop-bought vegetable soup with 1 wholemeal roll.
3. Make a sandwich by adding on a slice of wholemeal bread 2 slices of lean ham, rocket leaves and 2 sliced tomatoes. Have yoghurt on the side.
4. Serve 1 jacket potato with 2 tablespoon low-fat cottage cheese, then have 1 orange.
5. Have 60 g shop-bought bean salad with 2 rice cakes, topped with low fat houmous. As a dessert, have an apple.
1. Season 1 medium salmon fillet with lemon juice, wrap it in foil and bake it for 12 minutes at 180°C (or gas mark 4). Stir fry 100 g mixed vegetables in 1 teaspoon olive oil and serve it with the salmon fillet.
2. Season 1 chicken fillet with mixed herbs, add a small tin of plum tomatoes and roast the fillet for 15-20 minutes at 190°C (or gas mark 5). Cook 60 g broccoli and 60 g carrots in a steamer and serve with the chicken fillet. For dessert, have 2 plums.
3. Grill 2 lean beef sausages. Mash 100 g green beans and 30 g sweet potato with 1 teaspoon low-fat crème fraiche and serve the sausages with it.
4. Grill 1 small lamb chop for 10-12 minutes. Cook 60 g mangetout and 60 g sweetcorn in a steamer and serve them with the lamb chop.
5. Cut 1 chicken breast into strips. Slice 4 mushrooms, 3 cherry tomatoes and a handful of mangetout, then mix them with the chicken stripes and 1 handful of baby spinach.
Stir-fry the ingredients and serve with 55 g of boiled egg noodles.
If you long for a snack during the day, you can choose from 1 piece of fruit, one yoghurt, 1 cereal bar, 2 oatcakes with cottage cheese or 3 squares of dark chocolate.
Keep in mind that you don’t have to follow a single recipe all through the 5 day period, you can switch anytime you feel bored.