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7-Day Vegetarian Meal Plan To Lose 10 Pounds In 1 Week

A vegan diet is one of the healthiest approaches to lose weight faster. Based on foods such as vegetables, fruits, and whole grains are full of fiber, keep you satiated with fewer calories, and prevent weight gain. In addition, they too reduce the risk of heart diseases.

The 7-day vegan diet plan will not only help burn fat but also boost your health. So, I have been doing this 7-day diet for losing 10 pounds, the diet like this:

7-Day Vegetarian Meal Plan:

Day 1:

Fruit only, no limit (felt good, pigged out on peaches, apples, bananas, and cantaloupe)

Day 2:

Veggies only and a baked potato, no limit on veggies but no carrots, peas or beans (felt good, ate celery, cucumber, zucchini, green peppers, and salad). I ate 2 small red potatoes with spray butter. I started to feel hungry by nightfall but I had two cups of tea which fulfilled the hunger.

Day 3:

Fruit and veggies, no limit but no potato. I just ate any fruits and veggies I had in the house. I cut up the fruit and had a fruit salad for breakfast (cantaloupe, strawberries, peaches), for lunch I had a salad with lettuce, cucumbers, green peppers, and strawberries and for dinner, I ate half a cantaloupe.

Day 4:

Bananas and up to 8 weight watchers yogurt, no limit on bananas (felt clear-headed and focused, I ate 5 bananas and 4 yogurts). I was really hungry at night after a walk but a cup of herbal tea did the trick.

Day 5:

Veggies only, drink a glass of water after each tomato (I feel hungry and a little queasy today. I ate some sun-dried tomato, a few carrots and about 5 sweet potato fries. I’ve been sipping on water all day and have had two cups of tea so far. For dinner I had a tomato sauce I made with fresh tomatoes, garlic and 1/2 an onion with spices.

Day 6:

Fruit and veggies, no limit, no potatoes. I’ll be eating my leftovers from dinner along with green peppers, cucumbers, lettuce, and tomatoes today.

Day 7:

Soup Day, miracle soup recipe: 2-3 onions, 1 head cabbage, 1 green pepper, 5-6 celery stalks, 2 cans of diced tomatoes, & 2 packages of Lipton soup. Chop veggies and saute, blend tomatoes and add to the veggies, then add 5-6 cups of water. Add soup mix after the veggies have been cooking for about 10 minutes. This sounds really good and I can’t wait to partake.

So, I’m currently on day 6. I just weighed in and I’ve lost 9 pounds so far. I haven’t decided if I’m going to do this again, but my stomach feels smaller and I feel like I’ve given my body a chance to reset it’s self since I’ve basically detoxed from bread and sweets.

I look forward to drinking water and tea and I can taste my food better and appreciate it more. Gum has really helped me when I feel the most hungry, but I haven’t had any hunger pains, I think it’s mostly psychological. I’m pretty sure my body just thinks I’m supposed to have something sweet at 3 p.m. every day and after dinner each night, so it doesn’t know what in the hell is going on.

After Day 7 I weighed myself and had lost 12 pounds in the week. I’ve never lost that much weight so fast and I felt like it gave me a jump start to start eating healthier. I would definitely recommend this to jump-start new eating habits. I think it would be safe to do this every 2-3 weeks, but definitely not every day. This is just my opinion and not medical advice.

Happy eating!

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