“Eat More Diet”

Posted on December 29, 2010

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The logic behind this plan is that if you eat smaller portions and more meals throughout the day, your body will not go into starvation mode and rather than hold on to fat, it will burn it more efficiently in response to exercise. This will work to effectively boost metabolism.

The idea is to consume 4-6 planned meals per day that are low fat and low carb (which means also low overall in calories). By eating more often, the body has energy at all times to more effectively use as fuel for working out.

The goal of the “Eat More Diet” is to “deal with your hunger before it happens,” Once you start to feel hungry, it’s already too late.

The eating plan that follows is a sample to give you some ideas on how to prepare meals for your diet. Cardio should consist of 20-45 minutes. Also you need to do resistance training. After just 2 to 3 weeks, you should already see and feel a big difference! “It is strict and might feel limiting at times but breaking old habits can be challenging and difficult but once you get into the stride of your new eating habits your cravings for the sugar and “wrong foods” will disappear,” says Bob.

Congratulations on putting yourself and your health as your number one priority!

The “Eat More Diet” 7-Day Sample Meal Plan

Breakfast (1st meal)
5 egg whites or egg beaters 2 slices turkey bacon
Mid-Morning Snack
1 slice deli chicken slice wrapped around 1 stick of string cheese. Add mustard if desired
Lunch (2nd Meal)
1 can of Albacore solid white tuna in spring water on top of a bed of Spinach Salad (the salad can be large up to 2 handfuls of lettuce) 2 Tbsp Balsamic Vinaigrette or other low sugar prepared dressing 1 sugar-free Jell-O (they really are good)
Mid-afternoon Snack
Laughing Cow Light Cheese on a large celery stalk. (I like keeping a supply of different cheeses in my refrigerator and change it up)
Dinner (3rd Meal)
Grilled Salmon (George Foreman Grill 4-5 minutes) Steamed asparagus Small tossed salad (mixed greens, cucumbers, tomatoes) 2 Tbsp low sugar dressing.
Dessert
Sugar free Popsicles (1-2)

Breakfast
5 egg white omelet with mushrooms and 2 slices chopped turkey or Canadian bacon
Midmorning Snack
1 skim milk mozzarella cheese stick
Lunch
1 Cheeseburger with lettuce tomato (no bun-Protein Style) Tossed Salad with Olive oil and vinegar
Mid-afternoon Snack
Laughing Cow light cheese and 1 large stalk of celery
Dinner
1 large Grilled Chicken Breast Steamed broccoli Cucumber Salad (sliced cucumbers, snow peas) 2 Tbsp low sugar dressing
Dessert
Vanilla ricotta Crème (I got this from “South Beach Diet”) 1/2 cup part-skim ricotta cheese 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 package sugar substitute I put mine in the freezer because it takes me a little longer to eat and that is always a good thing. Savor!

Breakfast
4 hard boiled eggs (only the whites) 2 Bonne Bell low fat cheese rounds
Midmorning snack
4 oz. Low sodium deli chicken slices
Lunch
1 can Albacore Solid White Tuna in Spring Water on top of romaine lettuce (add celery and tomatoes if desired) 2 Tbsp Balsamic Vinaigrette 1 Sugar-Free Jell-O
Mid-afternoon Snack
1 part-skim mozzarella cheese stick
Dinner
1 Large piece of Grilled Halibut (George Forman 4-5 minutes) Steamed Spinach Tossed Salad with 2 Tbsp low sugar dressing
Dessert
2 “no sugar added” fudgesicles (helps with chocolate cravings)

Breakfast
5-6 scrambled egg whites with fresh herbs and mushrooms 2 slices of turkey bacon
Midmorning Snack
Chicken wrapped around a low fat cheese stick with mustard
Lunch
Chicken Caesar Salad (no croutons) 2 Tbsp Caesar Salad dressing, light
Mid-afternoon Snack
1 cup low fat cottage cheese with 10 cherry tomatoes
Dinner
Tuna Steak Oven Roasted Veggies (I like to get my amount of veggies and place them on pan and put them in the oven at around 400 degrees for about 8 minutes using a fat free non stick oil spray on the pan and veggies)
Dessert
2 sugar-free popsicles

Breakfast
5 egg whites or egg beaters 2 slices turkey bacon
Midmorning Snack
1 slice deli chicken slice wrapped around 1 stick of string cheese with mustard
Lunch
1 can of Albacore solid white tuna in spring water on top of a bed of Spinach Salad 2 Tbsp Balsamic Vinaigrette or other low sugar prepared dressing 1 Sugar free Jell-O
Mid-afternoon Snack
1 part-skim mozzarella cheese stick
Dinner
Grilled Salmon Steamed Asparagus Small tossed salad (mixed greens, cucumbers, tomatoes) 2 Tbsp low sugar dressing
Dessert
Mocha Ricotta Crème (Again a South Beach thing) THIS IS GOOD! 1/2 cup part-skim ricotta cheese 1/2 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 package sugar substitute Dash of espresso powder 5 mini chocolate chips… could you die?!!!!!

Breakfast
Egg White omelet with Canadian bacon and Mushrooms
Midmorning Snack
1 Laughing Cow Light Cheese
Lunch
Chicken Chop Salad (consist of Chicken breast, iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, onions, 2 olives, 2 Tbsp feta cheese, peppers) finely chopped 2 Tbsp Balsamic Vinaigrette 1 sugar free Jell-O
Mid-afternoon Snack
4 oz. Low sodium chicken or turkey deli slices
Dinner
Chicken Stir-Fry This is my favorite….chicken breast, broccoli, snow peas, cut ingredients into bite size and place on top of stove on a skillet sprayed with fat free, non stick olive oil add 3 Tbsp of light soy sauce and stir fry to taste. I could eat this every day until I get sick of it and want to throw it out the window. Small side salad
Dessert
2 sugar-free creamsicles

Breakfast
Asparagus and Mushroom egg white omelet 1 cup of decaffeinated coffee or tea
Midmorning snack
1 skim milk mozzarella cheese stick
Lunch
1 Hamburger Protein Style (i.e.: no bun) Tossed Salad with Olive oil and vinegar
Mid-afternoon Snack
1 slice deli chicken slice wrapped around 1 stick of string cheese
Dinner
Grilled Chicken Breast Roasted Eggplant and Peppers (prepared like the previous mentioned, roasted veggies) Tossed Salad (mixed greens, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes) 2 Tbsp Balsamic vinaigrette or low sugar dressing
Dessert
Mocha Ricotta Crème (see recipe, Day Five)

source:http://www.gettinglean.com/the-biggest-loser.htm

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