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Review of The 3 Day Diet Plan

Written by Thin Thin

Is The 3 Day Diet an Effective Mode for Weight Loss?

 

The 3 Day Diet is a dangerous, restrictive diet which consists of drinking a minimum of four glasses of water daily OR the diet beverage of the individual's choice, and using salt, pepper, vinegar, lemon, herbs, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, mustard and catsup as the dieter sees fit.

Here is Day One through Day Three of the 3 Day Diet Plan which is for informational purposes only. Do not go on this diet plan without your doctor's approval.

Day 1 of The 3 Day Diet Plan

Breakfast: Coffee/Tea with sugar substitute + 1/3 grapefruit + 1 piece of dry toast topped with 1 Tablespoon of peanut butter

Lunch: 1/2 cup of tuna in spring water + 1 piece of dry toast + coffee/tea with sugar substitute

Dinner: 3 ounces of lean meat + 1 cup of green beans + 1 cup of carrots + 1 apple + 1 cup of vanilla ice cream

Day 2 of The 3 Day Diet Plan

 

Breakfast:   Coffee/Tea with sugar substitute + 1 egg + 1 slice of dry toast + 1/2 banana

Lunch: 1 cup of cottage cheese or tuna in spring water + 8 saltine crackers

Dinner: 2 Winnies + 1 cup of   cabbage + 1/2 cup of carrots + 1/2 banana + 1/2 cup of vanilla ice cream

Day 3 of The 3 Day Diet Plan

Breakfast: Coffee/Tea with sugar substitute + 5 saltine crackers + 1 ounce of cheese + 1 apple

Lunch: 1 boiled egg + 1 slice of dry toast + coffee/tea with sugar substitute

Dinner: 1 cup EACH of: tuna in spring water, carrots, cauliflower, melon + 1/2 cup of vanilla ice cream

We strongly feel that this diet presents serious health risks.

The 3 Day Diet Plan contains less than 1,000 calories per day and doesn't meet the recommendations for a healthy diet containing all the Food Group servings necessary for optimum health.

 

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