The Military Diet Plan !

Have you ever heard about the military diet? Currently is one of the world’s most famous diets. And it is no wonder, because you could lose up to 10 pounds, or, 4,5 kilos in just a week!

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So, what does this diet look like? It involves a 3 day strict meal plan, which is then followed by 4 days off the diet. This cycle is repeated until you reach the wanted results.

And it is called “The Military Diet” because it was actually made for the US military soldiers to get in shape faster and easier. But, this diet has a cuter name as well – “The Ice Cream Diet”!

Without any further prolongations, here’s the actual diet plan.

DAY 1

Breakfast

  • A slice of toast with peanut butter
  • Cup of tea or coffee
  • Grapefruit

Lunch

  • A slice of toast
  • Half a cup of tuna
  • Cup of tea or coffee

Dinner

  • Half a banana or/ and a small apple
  • 85g of meat with green beans
  • A cup of vanilla ice cream

DAY 2

Breakfast

  • Toast slice
  • One boiled egg
  • Half a banana
  • Cup of tea or coffee

Lunch

  • One boiled egg
  • Cup of cottage cheese
  • 5 salty crackers
  • Cup of coffee or tea

Dinner

  • Two hut dogs, without the bun
  • Half a banana
  • Half cup of vanilla ice cream
  • A cup of carrots and broccoli

DAY 3

Breakfast

  • 5 salty crackers
  • A slice of cheddar cheese
  • A small apple
  • A cup of tea or coffee

Lunch

  • A toast slice
  • One egg – you can cook it whatever you like
  • A cup of tea or coffee

Dinner

  • Whole cup of tuna
  • Half a banana
  • A cup of vanilla ice cream

Drink plenty of water! Also, you can drink coffee or tea as much as you want as well, but clear, without adding any sugar or cream inside.

The remaining 4 days are off the diet

There’s no food plan for the other 4 days. However, the advice is that you shouldn’t take more than 1500 calories per day and should watch out for overly fried food as well. Don’t forget that after these “relaxing” 4 days, the 3 days of dieting are once more on the schedule!

You should respect the effort you’re doing in these days and don’t overeat in the 4 days of rest.

Basically, the military diet is based on a low-calorie meal plan, somewhere between 1100 and 1400 calories per day, which is approximately 800 calories less than an average adult need. And also, there are NO snacks between the meals.

Repeat the cycle until you get the weight you wanted. With this diet, you shouldn’t worry about the “yoyo” effect.

Sources:

https://www.healthline.com/

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/

https://www.everydayhealth.com/