Two Weeks Tuna Diet Plan Which Works

This is a real tuna diet plan which works and allows you to lose 11 pounds in the first two weeks. Tuna diet plan suits people who like seafood products.

Create your own diet menu. You need to choose one meal from four options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Breakfast:

1. two slices of black bread, lettuce, tomato, 50 g of tuna in its own juice.

2. 25 g of flakes (without sugar) with milk, toast of black bread with a little marmalade, a small banana.

3. A toast, 50 g of tuna in its own juice, a glass of lemon juice, tomato.

4. 50 g of boiled mushrooms, one boiled egg, and one slice well roasted on grill bacon, a crispy cracker, cup of orange juice.

Lunches:

1. 150 g of tuna and a large portion of mixed salad, filled lemon juice.

2. 90 g of tuna and a large portion of mixed salad, filled lemon juice, a small bun.

3. A toast, boiled tuna with tbsp of tomato sauce and a large portion of green vegetable salad, mixed with lemon juice;

4. Sandwich of two small slices of black bread with salad and tuna.

In addition, the meal must have fresh fruit (choose one) – apple, orange, pear, plum or two small bananas.

Dinner:

1. 150 g of smoked ham boiled in water, 12 g of spaghetti in tomato sauce, boiled tuna and broccoli or cabbage.

2. 250 g of chicken, cooked on a grill (without skin), green beans, baked tomatoes, 50 g of mushrooms boiled in a small number of chicken broth, a large portion of green salad filled with lemon juice and a glass of diet yogurt.

3. 75 g of low- fat roasted meat with 150 grams of tuna, mushroom soup with onions, tomatoes and spices; 125 g of boiled potatoes, a large portion of cabbage and cauliflower.

4. 150 g of boiled tuna with the addition of lemon juice and 6 g margarine, courgettes or cauliflower, broccoli, lemon slice.

It is also necessary to include fresh fruit after dinner.

Alcoholic drinks and snacks:

A glass of dry wine glass; crispy bun with salad; small chocolate bars or two dry biscuits, 150 grams of grapes.

It is recommended to consult health care professional before beginning any new diet.



Source by Paul J Green

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