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Egg-based Diet: Here's How To Lose Almost 6 Pounds In A Week!

Egg-based Diet: Here's How To Lose Almost 6 Pounds In A Week!

Among all the slimming diets that exist, here is one that will certainly please those who love eggs! Indeed, the hard boiled eggs, which is also called the Mayo diet (although there is no direct link with mayonnaise and its consumption is prohibited during the course of treatment), comes straight from the States And more and more followers around the world ...

The Mayo diet or the hard boiled egg diet is practiced for a very short time. It is famous for losing several pounds (up to 6 Pounds) in a short time! Thus for a week, you will be led to feed mainly cooked eggs (count 6 eggs minimum per week) that you can of course accompany steamed vegetables or sauteed, chicken (to eat without its skin), turkey or even of fish.

Egg-based Diet

You can also supplement your meals with citrus fruits that will help you eliminate all the toxins from your body. Do not forget to drink a lot of water during your diet.

In addition, pulses, starchy foods, fats, dairy products, alcohol or sugar are banned during your diet!

The benefits of the egg

The egg is a very complete food and good for health. Falsely thought to be a major contributor to increased cholesterol levels in the blood for a long time, research has since been conducted to refute these claims. The egg contains proteins, amino acids, zinc, calcium, vitamins C, E, D, K, B1, B3, B5, B6, B9 and B12, and mineral salts.

But the main quality of the egg is that it is very low calorie food in addition to being satiating. Indeed, containing on average 80 calories, the egg is part of the least caloric foods that exist (when cooked of course!). It is also a food that satiates very quickly because of its high protein content. Eating eggs will prevent you from snacking throughout the day while waiting for lunch or dinner!

Although this diet has been recognized time and time again as being effective and promising wonders, it is not recommended to practice it for a long time (more than two weeks!). If it presents no health risk in the short term, this is not necessarily the case in the long term because it can cause deficiencies. The cooked egg diet provides or proposes only about 1000 calories (knowing that the recommended daily intake for a working woman is about 2000 kcal per day). So be careful not to abuse your diet.

The cooked egg diet

Here's how to practice your egg-based diet cooked for two weeks! (This is the recommended time to achieve much more visible effects than in a week):

Week 1
Monday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Fruit and 2 slices of whole wheat bread.
  • Dinner: A salad.
Tuesday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Cooked chicken and green salad.
  • Dinner: 2 boiled eggs and a vegetable salad.
Wednesday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Ricotta cheese, 1 tomato and 1 slice of whole wheat bread.
  • Dinner: A salad.
Thursday:
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Fruits.
  • Dinner: Chicken steamed and a salad.
Friday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: chicken breast and vegetables steamed.
  • Dinner: Grilled fish and a salad.
Saturday :

Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.

Lunch: Fruits.

Dinner: Chicken steamed and a salad.

Sunday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Chicken with steamed vegetables and a tomato salad.
  • Dinner: Vegetables steamed.
Week 2
Monday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: A salad.
  • Dinner: Chicken breast, salad and 1 orange.
Tuesday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: 2 eggs and vegetables steamed.
  • Dinner: Grilled fish and a salad.
Wednesday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Steamed chicken and a salad.
  • Dinner: A salad with tomato and tuna au naturel.
Thursday:
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Fillet of fish, ricotta cheese and steamed vegetables.
  • Dinner: Chicken steamed and a salad.
Friday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: A salad with tomato and tuna au naturel.
  • Dinner: 2 eggs and a salad.
Saturday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Cooked chicken and salad.
  • Dinner: A vegetable soup.
Sunday :
  • Breakfast: 2 cooked eggs and 1 citrus fruit.
  • Lunch: Chicken and vegetables steamed.
  • Dinner: A vegetable soup.