I’m currently working on a 80-pound weight loss, medifast, so I have a lot of questions about life get on this diet. People want to know what you can eat like the taste, and how bad it really is. (The short answer: Not bad.) My goal for this article is to give you an honest look at a typical day on the medifast diet and a sample menu.
Quickly, although the plan provides food for women, men, and people with diabetes, most people are on the 5 plus 1Plan, which means that you eat five small “medifast meals” per day, and then still a significant “lean and green” meal that you on your own. The foods are low in calories, low carbohydrates and high in protein and nutrition. This is basically your body into a metabolic state called ketosis, which encourages your body to burn its own fat as there is no longer available carbohydrates. There are more than 70 food products, selected on the plan. Although shakes are very popular, so much is also available. TheFoods are convenient, prepackaged and shipped directly to their front door. Well, a typical day.
Breakfast: The selection here range from scrambled eggs, oatmeal, shakes, pudding or bars and hot drinks. I usually like the eggs, because I can make omelettes. If, when I’m in a hurry, I wrap the whole thing in a non-fat tortilla for a breakfast burrito. The oatmeal is very good and you can add fat free syrups to make it even better. The plan is to offer latte, hot chocolate and cappuccinoas well. I like hot chocolate with one of coffee for Starbucks to a refreshing mix.
Morning snack: One shake is not a game you have children here. I usually like the medifast 55 shakes, but if I’m really in a hurry, I’ll pack it simply one of the ready to drink shakes and on my way. I particularly like the banana cream and Dutch chocolate varieties with caramel syrup, fat free and fat-free whipped cream.
Lunch: The easiest thing for me, here’s the plan, soup, stew orChili. I really like adding sour cream and fat free cheese on them