Diet plans that actually WORK + fast results?

Michael asks…

Diet plans that actually WORK + fast results?

admin answers:

A good diet plan is one you wont fail, which is one meant for you where you eat the foods you love. The key to the right diet is eating 5 small meals a day between 300-500 calories per meal intake, with enough protein, carbs and fat. Everything on a nutrition label is pretty much, important for your body.

A small example for a days worth of meals is:

2 eggs, preferably the whites, or not too much yolk.
Side of fruit (apple, 1/2 cup of grapes, an orange, etc)
Side of wheat toast light butter or jam
1/2 cup of juice and a large glass of water

Snack (after breakfast before lunch, each meal is roughly 2-3 hours apart)
1/2 cup of trail mix (raisins, nuts, dried fruit)
Low fat yogurt

1/2 Turkey sandwich with lettuce (dark greens not iceburg), tomato (light mayo) or cheese.

Snack 2:
1 cup of protein drink or 1 protein bar


8oz of grilled salmon
1/2 cup of whole grain pasta
side of veggies (corn, carrots, broccoli, etc)

If you get hungry 2-3 hours before bedtime (it is not a crime or against any code to eat after a certain time) you can have a snack, preferably something with protein, if you want to indulge in ice cream just pick a smarter choice like fat free frozen yogurt or low fat ice cream. Etc.

Charles asks…

What is a good vegetarian diet plan that would work well and fast?

I’m 14 years old around 5’5 and about 120 pounds.
I’m also a vegetarian. I’m looking to loose some weight but not a lot.
Just to tone and to eat healthier. I can’t seem to find a vegetarian diet plan so if you could help me out with some tips or information that would be great.

admin answers:

I tend not to like strict diet plans. I found that I ate a LOT better when I went vegan (no more cheesey gooey goodness or ice cream). I would suggest going vegan for the period of your diet. Also, abstain from pre packaged vegan foods (soy ice cream, fried chik’n, etc), and focus more on whole foods. Seriously, taking the cheese and dairy out of my diet did wonders because so many fatty and tasty foods are eliminated.

So, in sum, try a vegan diet full of unprocessed foods. Please understand I am not trying to push veganism on you for any moral or ethical reason. What you eat is up to you. I am simply focusing on the health aspects and my own experience. You could easily do this for the duration of your diet and then switch back to eating healthy dairy and egg products in your diet.

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