The Military Diet is an ’emergency diet’ if you’re looking to lose weight painlessly in a week. Although not related to the military, this diet helps drop pounds as if you are a new recruit and the new military lifestyle is kicking your ass

SAN DIEGO, CA, May 01, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — This diet is more known for an emergency diet if you’re looking to lose weight painlessly in a week. Although not related to the military, this diet can help you drop pounds as if you are a new recruit and the new military lifestyle is kicking your ass. This diet has a strict calorie reduction for three days with specific foods you must eat for all meals, and the next four days are structured as normal, healthy eating days. This diet follows the structure of all diets: the less calories you intake, the more quickly you can lose weight. It promises your loss of 10 pounds in the first week and 30 pounds after 30 days of following this diet.

The most-complained about side effects of this diet is hunger pangs. On the three days limiting your eating, the most calories you consume is just 1400 calories. To help dissipate these feelings of hunger on these three days, you can take herbal supplements that aid in weight loss. Raspberry Ketone, Garcinia Cambogia and Green Coffee are all different supplements you can add to your daily intake on your on-diet days. You can find the differentiation of these different supplements Analyze That so you can choose a supplement that works best for you.

For Best Results, Exercise
Although this diet doesn’t involve any specialized exercise at all, your results will improve with even some moderate exercise. The more you expend energy and limit your calories, the better your weight loss will be. What kinds of exercise should you do? Although this is called the military diet, there is no need to participate in strict military drills to lose weight. Make sure you take time to exercise at least three times a week for 20-30 minutes; you can go for a walk, take a swim, ride your bike, or get on the treadmill.

What is this diet?
Unlike some diets labeled as “starvation diets” due to their small amount of calories, this diet is different. Although your calorie intake decreases, starting from 1,400 calories on Day 1 to 1,100 on Day 3, it is just enough calories to avoid the slowing down of your metabolism. The carefully catered foods control your sugar intake, and do not shy away from carbohydrates, protein, and healthy fats like nuts. The no-snack rule means this diet includes fasting, which means your fat is used as energy and not stored in your cells. High protein and high fiber foods help increase your metabolism. Although this diet works wonders as you shed water weight, it is not healthy for you to stay on this diet for longer than four weeks. You may suffer from vitamin deficiency due to the low-calorie intake.

What do you eat for 3 consecutive days?
You’ll see how this diet is also called the Ice Cream Diet: you can still enjoy a sweet treat while cutting calories.

1st Day: 1,400 calories
Breakfast:
½ grapefruit
slice of toast (preferably whole wheat)
2 tbsp peanut butter or almond butter
cup of coffee or caffeinated tea
Lunch:
½ cup of tuna
slice of toast (preferably whole wheat)
cup of coffee or caffeinated tea
Dinner:
3 oz of chicken, steak, or fish
1 cup of green beans
½ banana
1 apple
1 cup of vanilla ice cream

2nd Day: 1,200 calories
Breakfast:
1 egg, cooked any way you want
slice of toast (preferably whole wheat)
½ banana
cup of coffee or caffeinated tea
Lunch:
1 cup cottage cheese
1 hard boiled egg
5 saltine crackers
Dinner:
2 plain hot dogs, no bun
1 cup broccoli
½ cup carrots
½ banana
½ cup vanilla ice cream

3rd Day: 1,100 calories
Breakfast:
5 saltines
1 slice cheddar cheese
1 apple
Lunch:
1 egg (cooked however you want)
slice of toast (preferably whole wheat)
Dinner
1 cup tuna
½ banana
1 cup vanilla ice cream

Throughout this diet, stick with coffee, tea, and water to drink; no sugary drinks allowed at all. Water helps flush your system of toxins and can even help with managing your hunger. Sometimes when you’re feeling a craving, you can stave it off by drinking a glass of water. Staying hydrated helps you stay fit.

What should you eat on your days “off”?
Although this idet claims you can eat “whatever you want” on the remaining four days, you still should only eat up to 1,500 calories per day. Eating a well-balanced diet is important, but depending on the person, sticking to this diet is difficult. If you need a strict diet design, keep to the diet but eat more of the specific types of foods allowed. If you know more about what constitutes healthy foods, you know how to balance your fats intake with your carbohydrates and protein. An easy way to avoid unhealthy snacking is to remove all junk foods from your house and replace them with fresh cut veggies and nuts. That way, when you want a snack, you can reach for carrots and hummus instead of cakes and candy.


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