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Best Diet for LAZY People! Lose up to 17kgs in 30 days!

With this revolutionary, but simple diet, you can lose up to half a kg a week, sometimes more. Thirty days or easy to prepare meals that you can prep from beforehand. To help you along, we have put together meal routines for 14 days along with some before and after showcasing just how effective this diet truly is!

DAY 1

variety of foods
TimeFood
BreakfastAvocado Egg Toast
Midmorning Snack1 medium sized Orange
LunchClear vegetable soup
Evening snack1 medium-sized Kiwi
Dinner1 piece poached salmon with ¾ cup cauliflower rice.

DAY 2

almonds nuts in jar
TimeFood
Breakfast1 whole wheat tortilla and 1 cup vegetables.
Midmorning Snack1 medium sized cucumber.
Lunch½ cup white rice with 2 pieces fish/ chicken.
Evening snack10-12 Almonds
Dinner2 whole wheat tortillas with 2 pieces of fish/ chicken

DAY 3

white ceramic bowl on silver table mat
TimeFood
BreakfastBlend 1 cup frozen berries, ½ banana plus 8 ounces of low/ fat free milk to make a smoothie. Plus 1 hard-boiled egg.
Midmorning Snack1 cup of grapes
Lunch1 cup vegetable soup with 1 thin slice of wholegrain bread.
Evening snack1 medium Kiwi
Dinner4 ounces of grilled chicken 2 cups of spinach ½ of a baked plain or sweet potato.

DAY 4

orange fruit on white surface
TimeFood
Breakfast1 ½ of overnight oats (flavor with any fruit or berries of your choice)
Midmorning Snack1 medium- sized orange
LunchVegetable soup and 1 thin slice of wholegrain bread
Evening snack2 medium kiwis
DinnerZucchini noodles and chicken

DAY 5

cooked shrimps on stainless steel tray
TimeFood
BreakfastPeanut butter spread thinly on a slice of wholegrain toast and 1 cup black coffee (no sugar).
Midmorning Snack1 medium kiwi
LunchChicken salad (contains shredded chicken, mayonnaise, grapes and Greek yoghurt).
Evening snack10-12 almonds
Dinner4 ounces of steamed shrimp 1 baked potato 3 tablespoons of salsa 1 tablespoon unsweetened Greek Yogurt 3 cups steamed spinach

DAY 6

TimeFood
Breakfast1 cup raspberries 1 cup nonfat Greek Yogurt 1 teaspoon honey 1 tablespoon sliced almonds
Midmorning Snack1 cup green tea
Lunch1 serving of vegetable sandwich
Evening snack½ cup of edamame with coarse sea salt
Dinner1 cup chicken (boiled/ grilled or baked) with 1 cup vegetables

DAY 7

red apple fruit
TimeFood
Breakfast½ toasted English Muffin ½ small apple 1 ounce of shredded low-fat cheese  
Midmorning Snack2/3 cup plain, unsweetened Greek Yogurt
Lunch1 cup tomato soup 1small whole-wheat pita 3 ounces roast beef 1 teaspoon horseradish and mustard  
Evening snack1 medium-sized orange
Dinner4 ounces poached salmon 1 ¼ cup coleslaw ¾ of wholegrain rice/ quinoa

DAY 8

shallow focus photography of brown eggs
TimeFood
Breakfast1 cup quiche made with 1 egg
Midmorning Snack1 cup blueberries
Lunch1 serving of chicken curry ½ cup rice
Evening snack1 medium-sized pear
Dinner1 cup Vegetable soup 1 slice of whole-grain toast 

DAY 9

stainless steel spoon
TimeFood
Breakfast1 cup cheerios ½ cup berries 1 tablespoon sliced almonds
Midmorning Snack6 ounces of unsweetened Greek Yogurt.
LunchUse 1 corn tortilla to make quesadilla and combine with ¼ cup fat-free refried beans, 1 ounce shredded cheese and ½ cup Greek yoghurt.
Evening snack½ cup cucumber
Dinner3 ounces of beef/ chicken 1 cup baked squash 2 or 3 cups od salad greens

DAY 10

yellow banana fruit on white surface
TimeFood
Breakfast¾ cup bran flakes 1 banana 1 cup fat-free milk
Midmorning Snack1 medium-sized orange
LunchWhole wheat pita sandwich with 3 ounces or turkey, along with mustard and lettuce.
Evening snack1 medium-sized kiwi.
Dinner4 ounces of broiled fish 2 sliced plum tomatoes 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese 1 cup couscous. Steamed broccoli.

DAY 11

green pear fruits
TimeFood
BreakfastWhole-grain frozen waffles 2 tablespoons nut butter 1 small sliced banana
Midmorning Snack8 ounces fat-free milk
Lunch1 mini whole-wheat pita 1 ounce of tuna 1 tablespoon mayonnaise 1 tablespoon mustard and cucumber and onion slice
Evening snackSmall pear with 2/3 cup unsweetened Greek yoghurt
Dinner¾ cooked brown rice ½ cup corn 2 ounces of turkey sausage 1/3 cup salsa ¼ cup navy beans

DAY 12

brown rice on white textile
TimeFood
Breakfast½ cup overnight oats with 1 banana
Midmorning Snack1 cup green tea
Lunch1 cup homemade coleslaw with shrimp
Evening snack½ cup diced cucumber ¼ cup shelled edamame
Dinner1 cup chicken curry ½ cup of brown rice

DAY 13

shallow focus photo of sliced fruits on white ceramic tray
TimeFood
Breakfast½ toasted English muffin 1 ounce of reduced-fat cheese 1 tomato slice 1 cup steamed spinach 1 egg
Midmorning Snack1 grapefruit
Lunch½ cup black beans ½ medium-sized orange ½ cup mixed vegetables (red bell peppers, red onions, scallions)
Evening snack10-12 almonds
Dinner3 ounces broiled/ grilled flank steak 1 baked sweet potato 1 cup steamed zucchini

DAY 14

strawberry and blackberries on top of brown table
TimeFood
Breakfast1 cup Cheerios ½ cup berries 1 tablespoon sliced almonds
Midmorning Snack6 ounces unsweetened Greek yoghurt
Lunch1 veggie wrap (stuff 1 wholewheat tortilla with vegetables and top with mustard and mayonnaise)
Evening snack1 medium apple
DinnerClear vegetable soup

There are hundreds of other recipes for 1200 calorie meals that can help you continue the diet for 30 days. If you like the meal prep given above, switch around the days and continue it for another two weeks for optimum results.

One point to note, you will not lose any weight with just this diet. You will have to maintain a workout routine of at least 30 minutes every day, 5 days a week.

Below are a few before and after transformations of women who have tried the diet and have experienced the real progress time.

So, what are you waiting for? Start the lazy people’s 1200 calorie diet from tomorrow itself and observe outstanding results in no time!

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