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Metabolic diet for 13 days, weight loss of 15 to 44 pounds

The metabolic diet is very effective. It’s been designed for 13 days – hard, but effective.

Diet will change your metabolism, dissolve fat and after 13 days you can normally eat. It is not a traditional nutrition diet that increases the metabolism of the body. With a metabolic diet you will lose 7 to 20 kg (15 to 44 pounds)

The diet should be followed during all 13 days – no more or less! However, keep in mind that during meals, if you have been drinking beer or wine, or you ate a candy or chewed bark, even if you eat less food – the effect will be destroyed.

You can continue with the diet later, but not for the next six months. If necessary, the metabolic diet may be re-used only after two years. For this purpose, you should be highly motivated and disciplined, and do not deviate from the diet if  you want to achieve good results.

Metabolic Diet-feelhealthylifeDAY 1
Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with one lump of sugar (required)
Lunch: 2 eggs + salad of 200 g. Spinach, cooked in water + 1 tomato
Dinner: 200 g steak, fried, but without fat, green salad with olive oil and lemon

DAY 2
Breakfast: 1 cup of black coffee with one sugar cube (required)
Lunch: 200 grams of ham + yoghurt
Dinner: As with Day 1, plus a fruit but no matter what choose.

DAY 3
Breakfast: As with Day 1, but +1 piece of toast
Lunch: 2 boiled eggs, 1 slice of ham and salad as Day 1
Dinner: 1 boiled celery (medium), 1 tomato and a piece of fruit.

DAY 4
Breakfast: As Day 1 +1 toast
Lunch: Freshly squeezed orange or apple juice, 1 yogurt
Dinner: 1 boiled egg, 1 large carrot, bowl of cottage cheese (about 200 grams)

DAY 5
Breakfast: 1 large carrot with lemon juice
Lunch: 200 gr. Salmon / trout with lemon, boiled or fried with 1 tablespoon melted butter
Dinner: 200 g steak and salad as Day 1, piece of raw celery.

DAY 6
Breakfast: As on Day 1, but +1 toast
Lunch: 2 eggs, 1 large carrot
Dinner: 250 g. Chicken (half chicken breast), grilled or cooked with spinach salad with lemon and olive oil.

DAY 7
Breakfast: 1 cup of tea without sugar
Lunch! NOTHING Drink water, it helps
Dinner: lamb chop (200 g.) Grilled +1 apple.

DAY 8
Breakfast: 1 cup of black coffee with one sugar cube (required)
Lunch: 2 boiled egg + 200 grams of cooked spinach + 1 tomato
Dinner: 200 g steak, fried without fat, green salad with olive oil and lemon.

DAY 9
Breakfast: 1 cup of black coffee with one sugar cube (required)
Lunch: half a slice of ham + 1 yogurt.
Dinner: As with Day 1, but first whatever fruit.

DAY 10
Breakfast: As with Day 1, but +1 toast
Lunch: 2 boiled eggs, 1 slice of ham and salad Day 1
Dinner: 1 boiled celery (medium), 1 tomato and fruit.

DAY 11
Breakfast: As Day 1 +1 toast
Lunch: Freshly squeezed orange juice or apple and 1 yogurt
Dinner: 1 boiled egg, 1 large carrot, 1 cup cottage cheese

DAY 12
Breakfast: 1 large carrot with lemon juice
Lunch: 100 g boiled Salmon with lemon +1 spoon with melted butter
Dinner: 200 g steak, as in Day 1 – with a salad of spinach and raw piece of celery.

DAY 13
Breakfast: As on Day 1, but +1 toast
Lunch: 2 eggs, 1 large carrot with lemon
Dinner: 250 g. Chicken (half chicken breast), grilled or cooked, green salad with olive oil and lemon.

10 comments

  1. Instead of steak can we use chicken.
    I dont eat beef and pork, so kindly suggest some alternative

  2. If am training every day with weight ? its will be fine ?

  3. Hi can I use dark chocolate with coffee instead sugar, and fresh spinach ???

  4. Do you drink 8 glasses water every day. Is there anything that you can snack on like fruit or raw veggies in between meal.

  5. Hi there seems to be a couple of different versions of this duet which one is everyone using?

  6. What is the reason for not repeating this diet within a 6 month period?

  7. Day 4 says drink orange or apple juice, but how much?

  8. Does this plan work anyone?
    I just came across it I am going to try it starting 5/8

  9. Does spinach and celery have to be cooked?

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