Is It Possible To Lose 20 Pounds in 2 Weeks? The Answer Is YES And Here’s How!

Every day appear new trends in nutrition and new diets.Recently, there is too much talk about diets which are based exclusively on meat, and much less about vegetarian and vegan diet.

Meat is a great source of protein, vitamins and other nutrients. However, “Department of Health” suggests that people who consume more than 90 grams of meat per day, have increased level of cholesterol in the blood.

It is known that proteins are creating a sense of fullness, however diet rich in protein does not have to be based exclusively on meat. Meat products can be compensated vegetables rich in protein, such as beans, lentils, peas, mushrooms …

And to mention that this is a much cheaper source of protein. Of course the ideal is to establish a balance and consume protein from multiple sources in order to provide themselves all the necessary nutrients.

Healthier decisions when purchasing meat

Watch that when buying meat that clearly has less fat (white). Some of the advices when choosing meat with less fat are:

– Simply ask the butcher to give you meat with less fat

– If the meat is packaged, see the label on the back and compare other types of meat producers

– Turkey and chicken without skin generally has less fat than what skin

– Reduce consumption of processed meats such as pate, salami, sausages, etc. …

– Reduce fat during preparation of meat

– Remove all visible fat on meat and skin, because it contains a large amount of fat.

– Grill, instead of frying

– Try not to add oil (as little as possible) or some extra fat

– Add the vegetables, so you next to the diversity of foods to achieve balance in the diet

– Drain the meat, let the towels absorb fat

How much proteins are enough for one day?

According to the Mayo Clinic, adults should have 10-35% of calories (depending on physical activity) entries from protein. Looking at the diet of 2000 kcal, it is about 50-175 g per day. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends consuming proteins from different sources, including eggs, beans, peas, nuts, seeds, soy products.

Here is the 7 day menu:

Day 1

Breakfast: Omelet made with 3 egg whites, chopped mixed pepper, a handful of spinach

Inter-meal: 100 g of chicken (of course not fried but grilled and half a red pepper

Lunch: 1 grilled chicken breast, fresh mixed salad with red pepper, green beans and 1 tablespoon olive oil

Inter-serving: 100 g turkey breast with ¼ of fresh cucumber

Dinner: 100g grilled turkey breast with broccoli made steamed

Day 2

Breakfast: 100 g baked chicken breast with kale

Inter-meal: 100g turkey breast with half green peppers

Lunch: fried cod fillets put in the mixed green salad, and a half tablespoons of olive oil

Inter-meal: 100g turkey breast with broccoli made steamed

Dinner: Steak of salmon with chopped dill and boiled broccoli

Day 3

Breakfast: 100 g smoked salmon with spinach

Inter-meal: 100g of chicken breasts with half of yellow pepper

Lunch: 1 grilled chicken breast with seasonal salad and one-half tablespoons of olive oil

Inter-meal: 100g turkey breast with ¼ avocado

Dinner: 1 or 2 lamb chops discussed grilled, boiled spinach and broccoli

Day 4

Breakfast: Scrambled eggs (one whole egg and egg white with the 2 only), tomatoes, green beans

Inter-meal: 100g of turkey with ¼ of fresh cucumber

Lunch: Baked cod with lettuce, tomatoes, spinach and one-half tablespoons of olive oil

Inter-meal: 100g chicken breast with grilled zucchini ½

Dinner: 100 g chicken breast with a mixture of Chinese vegetables (add ½ tablespoons olive oil) and lettuce

Day 5

Breakfast: 200 g turkey breast with ¼ avocado and ¼ of fresh cucumber

Inter-meal: 2 hard-boiled eggs and half a red pepper

Lunch: 150g grilled shrimp with lettuce and tomato, ½ tablespoons olive oil

Inter-meal: 100g turkey breast with 5 almonds

Dinner: 100 g chicken breast with boiled broccoli

Day 6

Breakfast: 1 grilled filler cod with roasted peppers and zucchini

Inter-meal: 100g of chicken with tomatoes

Lunch: 150g turkey with lettuce, boiled broccoli and ½ tablespoons olive oil

Inter-meal: 100g of chicken with walnuts 5

Dinner: 150-200 g steak with steamed broccoli and green beans

Meat Diet – Lose 10 Pounds in 7 Days!

Day 7

Breakfast: Omelet made with 3 egg whites, grilled tomato, boiled spinach

Inter-meal: 100g of turkey with 5 cashew nuts

Lunch: 150 g chicken breast with asparagus and green salad

Inter-meal: 100 g turkey

Maria

Maria is a blogger from the United States with a great passion for fitness and healthy living. Most of her writings are from self experience.

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