Drink as much water as possible to keep hydrated through the programme. You need 1 litre of water a day for every 10 kg that you weigh.
The plans outlined are a skeleton or a base for you to expand on. Be creative. Remember to make
this YOUR plan, so take cues from it and adapt it to suit your palate—as long as it isn’t high-calorie food stuff! Use the oil-free recipes provided in this book to explore further into the art of low-calorie, delicious and nutritious meals. Losing up to 5 kilos is not going to be difficult. You
just need to work hard enough, stay off the processed food, and eat like I’m taught you, and you’re going to be slipping into that bodycon dress in no time. Without a hint of a bulge! So let’s get you started!
A Note on the Diet Charts
Below are three examples of ideal meal plans. You will get maximum benefits if you adhere to the plans outlined. However, these plans are a skeleton of what your meals should be like, and you can adapt and tweak them to best suit your palate. This doesn’t mean that you switch wholesome foods for chocolate and deep fried items! Try to eat your meals as close to the given time as possible, otherwise it defeats the purpose of the diet. If your meal timings are drastically different from what I’ve outlined, take baby steps—gradually bring your eating time to match what I’ve given. The most important factor for success is timing, so you need to work on that first. Once you’ve managed to meet that requirement, then turn your concentration to the food part. Most importantly, have fun doing this! Bon appétit!
MEAL PLANTime Food On rising7–7.30 a.m Hot water with lemon juice and ½ tsp of organic honey+Aloe vera juice(dilute 1 tsp of juice in a glass of water)+Tea/green tea (optional)(2 tsp skimmed milk, no sugar)+
5 almonds (soaked overnight)
BreakfastBetween 8 and 8.30 a.m Skimmed milk (100 ml)+Toast (oatmeal bread) with some sugar freejam or green chutney 9.30–10 a.m. ½ orange 11–11.30 a.m Green salad with salt and lemon juice (no dressing) Lunch Between 12–12.30 p.m. 2 small rotis (oat flour + oat bran: 1 tbspeach)+Oil-free vegetables(avoid corn and potato)+Dahi/paneer (made with 150 ml milk) 1.30 p.m. 3–4 raspberries 3 p.m. Green tea/regular tea(with 2 tsp of skimmed milk)+2 oat biscuits 4.30 p.m. 2 strawberries 5. 30 p.m. Salad/clear vegetable soup 6–6.30 p.m. 2 toasts (oat bread)+1 egg white+Salad
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