Boiled Egg Diet: Here’s How You Lose 10 Pounds In One Week!

Unfortunately there’s no magic recipe for losing weight and dropping unhealthy fat, but there are some diets that can really give you a head start!

It’s almost impossible to lose weight without decreasing your calorie intake, and it can be a difficult balancing act.

But don’t despair! There’s a diet out there that has already helped many people to lose weight, reports Healthline.

Many people say that the diet has helped them lose 10 pounds in the first week  – it almost sounds too good to be true!

In this diet, eggs are the star ingredient.

Remember! This is a low-calorie diet which is designed to give quick results, and should not be used for long-term weight loss.

Why eggs?

Eggs are, in many ways, the essential food.

They include all of the nutrients a human needs, except vitamin C – but if you add a little fruit to your diet, you’ll soon sort that out.  Eggs are loaded with vitamin B12, vitamin B2, vitamin A and vitamin B5.

It also contains nearly all of the minerals that are essential for our bodies, such as iron, zink, calcium, magnum, potassium and vitamin E.

The fat composition in eggs is beneficial, 25 % is monounsaturated fat, 9,4 % is polyunsaturated and 18,1 % comes from saturated fat.

The cholesterol content is relatively high, hence the persistent myth that eggs raise LDL cholesterol levels in the blood. However, this has proved not to be the case in otherwise healthy individuals.

Boiled egg diet

Some who tested this diet felt more tired than usual, because they didn’t get as much energy through carbohydrates. However, try to exercise at least every day during this diet, and you should prevent this.

Week 1:

Monday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – fruit and 2 slices of bread
• Dinner – salad and grilled chicken

Tuesday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – green salad and grilled chicken
• Dinner – 2 boiled eggs, salad and an orange.

Wednesday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – cheese, a slice of bread and a tomato
• Dinner – Salad and grilled chicken

Thursday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – fruit
• Dinner – salad and grilled chicken

Friday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – boiled vegetables and 2 boiled eggs.
• Dinner – grilled fish and salad.

Saturday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – fruit.
• Dinner – salad and grilled chicken

Sunday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs.
• Lunch – boiled vegetables with chicken and a tomato salad
• Dinner – boiled vegetables

Week 2:

Monday:
Breakfast- fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – chicken and salad
• Dinner – 2 boiled eggs, salad and an orange

Tuesday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – boiled vegetables and 2 boiled eggs
• Dinner – grilled fish and salad.

Wednesday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – Salad and chicken
• Dinner – 2 boiled eggs, salad and an orange

Thursday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – cheese, 2 boiled eggs and boiled vegetables
• Dinner – salad and grilled chicken

Friday:
Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – tuna salad
• Dinner – salad and 2 boiled eggs

Saturday:
Breakfast- fruit and 2 boiled eggs
• Lunch – salad and chicken
• Dinner – fruit.

Sunday:

  • Breakfast – fruit and 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch and dinner – grilled chicken and vegetables

Sounds like a tough program, right? But if you feel like you need to lose a few poounds and need a head start– try this! Of course, it’s always good to consult with your doctor before drastically changing your diet.

In any case, I think it’s worth a try and could really work well if you stick to it! 

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