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A Slimming Diet Plan - Slimming Diet Chart

Updated on April 16, 2011

Adopt a simple eating process that exploits your body's instinct for food in accordance with your natural digestive cycles. This slimming diet chart, if followed, is guaranteed to get rid of the excess fat.

This balanced slimming diet provides about 1,200 calories a day, for a weight loss of about 1 kg (2lb) a week.

Breakfast for slimming:

Here is breakfast plan for slimmers : 120ml (4fl oz) freshly squeezed fruit juice or half a grape fruit or a slice of fresh pineapple or a wedge of melon. 1 egg, boiled or poached or 20 g (3/4 oz) unsweetened breakfast cereal or 120 g (4 oz) porridge made with oatmeal and water or milk from allowance. One piece of bread or toast with butter from allowance. One cup of coffee or tea (no sugar) with milk from allowance.

Mid-morning:

1 cup of coffee or tea (no sugar) with milk from allowance.

Lunch for slimming:

Here is lunch plan for slimmers : Lunch can be exchanged with Dinner. One cup vegetable broth (bouillon) or consommé or fresh vegetable soup from the vegetables on list (boil, season, blend and add yoghurt from allowance or fresh or dried herbs for flavour). Wholemeal sandwich made from two medium slices of bread, butter or margarine from allowance and 60 g (2 oz) chicken, lean ham, beef, salmon or tuna or 30 g (1 oz) hard cheese. Add lettuce, tomato, etc. as required. Small salad made from listed vegetables with squeeze lemon juice and one piece fruit.

Mid-afternoon:

1 cup of coffee or tea (no sugar) with milk from allowance.

Dinner for slimming:

Here is dinner plan for slimmer: Dinner can be exchanged with Lunch. 120 ml (4 fl oz) vegetable juice made from vegetables on list. 90 g (3 oz) chicken or lean meat or 120 g (4 oz) steamed, baked or grilled (broiled) fish or one two-egg omelets with chopped herbs (dill, parsley, basil, etc.). Salad or any vegetable (steamed or boiled) made from the list. One small baked potato or one boiled potato (unpeeled) or one tablespoon boiled rice. One piece of fruit and 1 cup of coffee or tea (no sugar) with milk from allowance.

Allowances:

300 ml (10 fl oz) skimmed milk. 15 g (1/2 oz) butter or margarine. 1 carton plain, low-fat yoghurt. Three cups of coffee or tea (without sugar). As much water as you like (no alcohol). 7 eggs a week maximum.

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