Toast diet

Toast diet - Meal plan | Summary

Toast diet, also known as a toast diet with oranges, is one of the most effective and most popular diet in 2017. It is designed by the European doctors but quickly spread to the ground of USA, Canada and Australia. If you like to eat bread, vegetables and fruit, then this diet is right for you. Moreover, toast diet includes daily consumption of various grains. We like this diet because it promotes health, it's not too hard to handle and most people like the taste of the food.

This diet is based on daily intake of oranges, which enhance the immune system, contain very few calories, prevent various infections and detoxify the body.

Due to the small iron intake, this diet is not suitable for people with anemia.

It is very important to follow meal plan shown below and not to leave out any food, if you want your diet to succeed.

Toast diet - meal plan

Day one

  • Breakfast: 1 fl. oz. (240 ml) of green tea (50 calories), four slices of oat bran toast (31 calories), one orange (150 g) (70 calories)
  • Lunch: One orange (70 calories), 1/2 cup (115 g) of sour cream (200 calories), 1 cup (136 g) of chopped hard-boiled egg (210 calories)
  • Dinner: Three slices of oat bran toast (24 calories), two oranges (140 calories) and two tomatoes (220 grams - 36 calories)
  • Total: 831 calories

Day two

  • Breakfast: Two slices of rye bread toast (160 calories), two oranges (140 calories), and 1/2 cup of tofu yogurt (125 calories)
  • Lunch: 1 cup (7.9 oz. or 225 g) of cooked beef (400 calories), 3 cups of chopped lettuce flavored with lemon juice (17 calories) and two slices of rye bread toast (160 calories).
  • Dinner: One tomato (18 calories), one orange (70 calories) and one slice of rye bread toast (80 calories)
  • Total: 1170 calories

Day three

  • Breakfast: Two slices of toasted rice bran bread (120 calories) and one orange (70 calories)
  • Lunch: One orange (70 calories), 1/2 cup of hard-boiled eggs (105 calories) and 1/4 cup of tofu yogurt (60 calories)
  • Dinner: Salad made of two tomatoes and two cucumbers, flavored with lemon juice (80 calories)
  • Total: 505 calories

Day four

  • Breakfast: One slice of toasted wheat bread (80 calories) and one orange (70 calories)
  • Lunch: 3.5 oz. (100 g) of hard, goat cheese (450 calories), and one slice of toasted wheat bread (80 calories)
  • Dinner: One cup (110 g) of chopped apples (57 calories), and one cup 140 g) of chopped pears (80 calories)
  • Total: 817 calories

Day five

  • Breakfast: 1 fl. oz. (240 ml) of green tea (50 calories), two slices of oat bran toast (15 calories) and one orange (70 calories)
  • Lunch: One filet (5 oz. or 155 g) of boiled mackerel (200 calories), and one slice of toasted rice bran bread (80 calories)
  • Dinner: Salad made of one cup of lettuce, three tomatoes and two cucumbers, flavored with lemon juice (95 calories).
  • Total: 510 calories

Summary

Diet lasts for fifteen days (3 cycles of 5 days) and the average weight loss in women is 8.8 lbs. (4 kg) and 12 lbs. (5.5 kg) in men, respectively.

In order to prevent regaining lost weight, you should choose one day a week and apply a following meal plan during next three months:

Breakfast: One orange

Lunch: Two pears or two apples and two slices of toasted rye bran bread

Dinner: Two boiled eggs and two tomatoes

In this way you will ensure that the effects of this diet lasts longer.

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If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional.