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Lose 10lbs FAST, Safely Without Going Hungry

Updated on October 7, 2015

Bitter Sweet Success

Often overlooked, the grapefruit is beyond a great fruit! Don't miss out!
Often overlooked, the grapefruit is beyond a great fruit! Don't miss out!

Day One

Firstly, it is easy to follow fat loss method suitable for both men as well as women. Why? It is a three-day-a-week meal plan. That’s right. It is not a 24/7 process – the kind that you never get a break from.

Day 1:

  • Breakfast -1/2 Grapefruit, 1 Slice of Toast, 2 Tablespoons of Peanut Butter, and Coffee or Tea
  • Lunch -1/2 Cup of Tuna, 1 Slice of Toast, and Coffee or Tea
  • Dinner -3 ounces of any type of meat, 1 Cup of Green Beans, 1/2 Banana, 1 Small Apple, and 1 Cup of Vanilla Ice Cream


Cozy Little Cottage Cheese, Please!

Cottage Cheese is not always at the top of the grocery list. However, adding it to the must haves will change the household's overall health for the better.
Cottage Cheese is not always at the top of the grocery list. However, adding it to the must haves will change the household's overall health for the better.

Day Two

Day 2:

  • Breakfast -1 egg, 1 Slice of Toast, and 1/2 Banana
  • Lunch -1 Cup of Cottage Cheese, 1 Hard Boiled Egg, and 5 Saltine Crackers
  • Dinner -2 Hot Dogs, 1 Cup of Broccoli, 1/2 Cup of Carrots, 1/2 Banana, and 1/2 Cup of Vanilla Ice Cream

Get Cracked Up The Right Way

Hard boiled eggs often lose out to their scrambled counterparts. Be sure to use the spice of life, variety, and in turn live your life sunny side up!
Hard boiled eggs often lose out to their scrambled counterparts. Be sure to use the spice of life, variety, and in turn live your life sunny side up!

Day Three

Day 3:

  • Breakfast -5 Saltine Crackers, 1 Slice of Cheddar Cheese, and 1 Small Apple
  • Lunch -1 Hard-Boiled Egg, and 1 Slice of Toast
  • Dinner -1 Cup of Tuna, 1/2 of a Banana, and 1 Cup of Vanilla Ice Cream

Nature's Clean Little Secret

Remember mom saying "eat your broccoli!"? Well, she had a great length of reasons.
Remember mom saying "eat your broccoli!"? Well, she had a great length of reasons.

This Diet Is NOT Long Term: The Results of Speeding UP The Metabolism Has Lasting Effects

When it comes to weight loss, a fast metabolism makes the difference between reaching your goals and spinning your wheels without seeing much progess. Not only does a speedy metabolism help you burn more calories, but it allows you to eat more during your weight loss journey, making you more likely to stick with your new lifestyle for long-term results.


The Metabolism

Speeding up your metabolism has many benefits.
Speeding up your metabolism has many benefits.

How To Speed Up Metabolism

While there is some evidence that components in certain foods, such as the phytochemicals and caffeine in green tea, may have a marginal effect on your metabolism, being more active may have the greatest impact. Physical activity, such as walking or swimming, helps your body burn more calories, but being more physically fit may actually increase your BMR. That's because muscle burns more calories than fat. Incorporate regular aerobic and muscle-building activity, such as situps and pushups, into your routine.

Better With Cheddar

Better makes it better? Awesome to see a diet that does not cut the cheese!
Better makes it better? Awesome to see a diet that does not cut the cheese!

Burning Calories

There are three ways your body burns calories. The first is called your basal metabolic rate, or BMR, which consists of the calories needed to support basic body functions from breathing to brain function. The BMR makes up the bulk of your metabolism, burning 60 percent to 70 percent of calories consumed. You also burn about 10 percent of your calories through food digestion, which is referred to as the thermic effect of food. The third way you burn calories is through physical activity, which not only includes exercise, but also the calories burned doing everyday activities.


The Magic of Water and Weightless

Your body needs water to process calories. If you are even mildly dehydrated, your metabolism may slow down. In one study, adults who drank eight or more glasses of water a day burned more calories than those who drank four. To stay hydrated, drink a glass of water or other unsweetened beverage before every meal and snack.

How To Stay Fit After This Diet

Instructions

  1. Do cardiovascular workouts to burn fat. Running, swimming and bicycling are good examples of cardio workouts. Do cardio three to five days a week for 30 to 60 minutes to lose 1 to 2 lbs. a week. You could reach your 15 lb. fat loss in less than eight weeks with a successful cardio regimen.

  2. Eat several small meals throughout the day. This will help you stay full and keep blood sugar levels stable.

  3. Add fruits and vegetables to your diet. Fruits and veggies are low in sugar and fat. Eat lean meats such as pork and chicken -- and avoid foods high in calories and fat like desserts.

  4. Drink lots of water. Water helps boost metabolism, which burns more calories and eliminates fat.

  5. Be consistent with your diet and exercise routine. Keep in mind that it takes time for weight loss to become visible.



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2 carrots look fantastic even not on your finger! Does wonders for beauty boosting.
2 carrots look fantastic even not on your finger! Does wonders for beauty boosting.

No Bad Apples It Only Takes One To Spoil The Bunch

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

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      Janellegems 

      2 years ago from United States

      Excellent advice and tips to losing 10 lbs. I am very eager to try the three day meal plan. Thanks for sharing.

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