Military Diet for Fast Weight Loss

 

 

Thinking of the military diet are you? Sounds like a strict regime, doesn’t it? People who know it, claim you can get healthy, but most of all, you are going to lose weight, a lot.

This diet is also called the 3-day diet, and you can actually lose 10 pounds a week. Those who advocate the military diet say that it has been designed by a team of nutritionists in the US military so that soldiers shape up very quickly.

Military Diet for Fast Weight Loss.

Thinking of the military diet are you? Sounds like a strict regime, doesn’t it? People who know it, claim you can get healthy, but most of all, you are going to lose weight, a lot.

This diet is also called the 3-day diet, and you can actually lose 10 pounds a week. Those who advocate the military diet say that it has been designed by a team of nutritionists in the US military so that soldiers shape up very quickly.

Some say this diet has no affiliations with the military. It just boils down to a combination of low calories, foods that are chemically compatible together and which are designed to jump-start your weight loss.

Many weight loss experts say it’s all just a marketing gimmick, especially when you read about the vanilla ice-cream and the hot dogs.

But it has been proven to work and the catch is that there is a very strict range of foods that you need to plow through first on your first three days, and that’s
why it’s also called the 3-day diet.

You set the tone for the rest of the diet. After these 3 tough days of dieting, apparently, you then are allowed four days “off”

Let’s look at it, day by day

DAY ONE (1400 calories)

Breakfast: 1 slice of toast with 2 tablespoons peanut butter. Half grapefruit. Black tea
or coffee.
Lunch: 1 slice of toast or bread. ½-cup tuna. Black tea or coffee.
Dinner: 3 ounces meat. 1 cup of green beans. ½ banana. 1 small apple. 1 cup vanilla
ice-cream

 

DAY TWO (1200 calories)

Breakfast: 1 slice of toast. ½ banana. 1 egg, cooked.

Lunch: 1 cup cottage cheese, 1 egg, hard-boiled, 5 saltine crackers.
Dinner: Two hot-dog sausages, (no bun). 1 cup broccoli. ½ banana. 1 cup vanilla ice
cream.

 

 

 

DAY THREE (1100 calories)

Breakfast: 1 slice of cheddar cheese. 1 small apple. 5 saltine crackers.
Lunch: 1 slice of toast or bread. 1 egg, cooked.
Dinner: 1 cup of tuna. ½ banana. 1 cup vanilla ice cream.

You can substitute foods on this diet, but only with limitations – as long as you stay within the boundaries of the calorie limits.

The above 3 days are your “on” days and the other days are classified as “off” days.

On your “off” days, it is advised that you consume 1500 calories in a day. It is all about calorie restrictions, this 3 day military diet.

 

Foods for the “off” days

For best results to be achieved on the Military Diet, it is advised that you follow a diet of 1500 calories and less. Generally speaking, most people will continue losing
weight on 1500 calories per day – just as long as your calorie intake is less than what your burn in a day.

You can see how many calories you burn in a day, using this as a rough guide:
Just multiply your current weight by 12 = that is the calories you would burn in a day.

 

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