The Boiled Egg Diet: The Easy, Fast Way to Weight Loss!: Lose up to 25 Pounds in 2 short weeks! by Arielle Chandler
LOSE 10KG IN 10 DAYS DIET PLAN - MY RESULTS!
Is the egg diet effective?
For a lazy cat like myself, diets will always enjoy priority over exercise. The hard boiled egg diet review is a way of paying homage to my curious nature, and answering all of your e-mails at the same time. This review will explain every aspect of the hard boiled egg diet, introduce you to the nutritional benefits of boiled eggs, outline the entire process, and provide you with some tips on how to maximize success. I will also describe several boiled egg diets circling the internet, and tell you the reason behind my choice, along with pros and cons of each and every one. And some of you out there, as many of the e-mails indicate, battle with far more serious problems than aesthetics alone…. For living with obesity is a dangerous gamble.
The egg diet is a low-carbohydrate, low-calorie, but protein-heavy diet. Like its name suggests, it emphasizes the consumption of eggs as a main source of protein. The egg diet has multiple versions, but in each you can only drink water or zero-calorie beverages. Foods high in carbohydrates and natural sugars, like most fruits and all breads, pastas, and rice are eliminated from the diet, which typically lasts 14 days. You only eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are no snacks, aside from water or other zero-calorie drinks.
A lot more is suggested in this diet than just boiled eggs. In fact, chicken shows up almost just as regularly as eggs do. There is simply nothing magical about boiled eggs as the be-all-end-all of diet food. If you ate the same amount of calories as the entire Boiled Egg Diet contains on average but only ate boiled eggs, you would get no Vitamin C or fibre, almost no vitamin K or vitamin B3, and very little copper, manganese, or magnesium based on 10 boiled eggs a day. And personally, by day three I would never want to look at another boiled egg again. This diet plan does not provide any practical suggestions on how to incorporate the eating pattern into daily life. The food choices are extremely vague and generally lack any sort of direction towards type, portion size, or preparation.
Hard boiled egg diet review – the experiment
Janet Renee has over a decade of experience as a registered dietitian. Renee attended the University of California, Berkeley and holds an M. Jill Corleone is a registered dietitian and health coach who has been writing and lecturing on diet and health for more than 15 years. Bach, M. Corleone holds a Bachelor of Science in nutrition. Eggs have certainly been on a bit of a roller-coaster ride when it comes to health and weight loss.