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Breakfast: Mini omelet & bagel (350cal)
Lunch: Slimfast Shake (210cal)
Dinner: Veggie burger, beans (460cal)
Snacks: Strawberries (10cal), Special K Fruit Crisp (100cal)
Water: 6 cups
Gross Calories: 1130
Net Calories: -770
Lunch: Bacon & Egg Muffin Morning Star (270cal)
Dinner: Potato & Broccoli Soup (320cal)
Snacks: cookies. ugh. work. temptation. (300cal)
Water: 5 cups
Gross Calories: 890 calories
Net Calories: -1596
3 x 30 crunches
3 x 30 leg lifts
3 x 25 oblique crunches
3 x 60 Russian twist
3 x 25 V sit
3 x 30 reverse crunch
3 x 60 bicycle crunch
3 x 30 crunches
If you’re a chocolate fiend like I am, buy dark chocolate and freeze it. :) Let yourself have one a day! They’re low in calories, somewhat good for you and freezing them helps control how much you eat (at least for me!).
Lunch: Bacon & Egg Muffin MorningStar (270cal)
Dinner: Rice (270cal)
Snacks: Orange (62cal)
Water: 4 cups
Gross Calories: 602 calories
Net Calories: -876
Breakfast: 1 bagel, 2 mini omelets (500cal)
Lunch: Slimfast shake (190cal)
Dinner: Corn Chowder Wolfgang Soup (210cal), Bread & honey (100cal)
Snacks: Special K Fruit Crisp (100cal)
Gross Calories: 1100 calories
Net Calories: -782
Make sure to switch up your exercises.
Moderation is key. You can still have foods you or others may consider “off limits” as long as it’s in small proportions! Avoid bingeing.
Choose water instead of soda or fruit juices!
Don’t eat or snack right before you go to sleep. Your body’s metabolism slows at night and you’ll have no time to burn it off.
Eat your biggest meals earlier in the day. For example, eat a big breakfast and a small dinner. Big breakfasts give you necessary energy for the day and you have more time to burn the calories off.