Diet Plans

If you are one of those people who skipped right to this section to see the DIET Meal Plans, please go back and read the Supplement section and the Losing Body Weight vs. Losing Body Fat sections. Those sections, especially, help explain why certain foods are chosen and why others are omitted.

Most women jump right to the Calorie DIET Sheets, don’t they? Seriously, please go back and read the rational behind these DIET Plans. It will help you in reaching your goals, once you understand the reasoning behind certain food choices.

  1. Obtain a 3 ring binder, and save past & current Daily DIET Plans, for your records.

    a. Ask yourself if what you have been doing has been working for you.
    b. Are you fueling your body for the results you are after?
    c. Are you feeding your body fat or are you feeding your muscles?
    d. Are you eating protein with every meal?
    e. Are you eating many simple carbohydrates?
    f. Are you eating highly processed foods?
    g. Are you eating whole fruits and vegetables everyday?
    h. Are you drinking lots of juices or sodas with high sugar?
    i. Are you drinking water throughout the day?
    j. Are you skipping meals?
    k. Do you constantly snack, because it\'s there?
    l. When is your worst time for food?
    m. Do you take vitamins and calcium, everyday?
    n. Do you get enough fiber in your diet?

  2. Use the Sample Diet Plans as a guide to help you make good food choices.
  3. Use the Partial Exchange List (located at the bottom of the Diet Plan) to make alternate food choices, that are equal in calories or protein.
  4. Use the Partial Glycemic Index to choose foods that won’t raise your blood sugar levels.
  5. And, remember to turn on your metabolism by eating small, nutritious meals every three hours. Write down your (5) chosen meal times ahead of time, so not to forget a meal. For example: 7a, 10a, 1p, 4p, 7p.