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Thanks, Kevin. Seems like we have to work out our future meals. My husband and I are on day 4 today. Both of us had lost 2.5kg and definitely can feel the difference. Thank you very much. Just hope that we can survive today as he doesn't take banana.
 

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use another fruit if you like :)

Glad to hear you feel the difference :) nice losses so far
 

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Kevin,
We are on day 6. Both My husband and I had lost 3.1kg so far.
We might have to stop today as my staff's having an open house tomorrow. Is that ok?
 

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no, it's not wise to go back to old habits, however that lifestyle decision is yours to make, at some point functions, things like this will have to take a backseat to health.
 

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Good morning, Kevin.
Understood. This morning both my husband and I weighed 4.4kg lighter from day 1 and we didn't exercise also. We are so happy.
We will start again in 1 months' time as both of us have to lose 12kg. But this time we will add in exercise.
Thank you very much for your website and forum. Keep it up.
 

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Awesome news :) let me know how things are going if you start again.
 
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Kevin,
I am compiling my notes for my next diet. Help me to see if all is ok, can?

Day 1
Breakfast - watermelon
Lunch - 1 dragon fruit and 2 passion fruit
Dinner - 1 dragon fruit and watermelon
4L water
*** only fruits but no banana

Day 2
Breakfast - 2 small baked potatoes with butter
Lunch - salad (cabbage, lettuce, cucumber salad with olive oil, pepper and bit of salt)
Dinner - steam broccoli and cauliflower.
4L water
*** can only have potato with butter for breakfast
*** rest of day is only vegetables. If oil needed, use only olive oil.

Day 3
Breakfast - watermelon
Lunch - salads (lettuce, cucumber and cabbage with olive oil), Orange and passion fruit
Dinner - fried broccoli+asparagus+ cabbages+lettuce+cucumber, Orange
4L water
*** whole day is vegetables and fruits but no banana

Day 4
Breakfast - banana/kiwi with milk.
Lunch - banana/kiwi with milk
Dinner - banana/kiwi with milk
4L water
*** Point here is to have high potassium fruit. Banana is the original fruit in the plan. Only 1 per meal. If can't take milk, can take low fat yoghurt.

Day 5
Breakfast - 2 eggs omelette with mushroom
Lunch - lean beef sauté in garlic and onions with tomatoes
Dinner - lean beef sauté in garlic and onions with tomatoes
6L water
*** 100g of beef per meal.
*** Can change beef to max 3 eggs per meal.
*** can change beef to chicken breast

Day 6
Breakfast - 2 eggs omelette with mushroom
Lunch - grill chicken breast season with pepper and bit of Maggie seasoning. Fried Celery with garlic.
Dinner - grill chicken breast season with pepper and bit of Maggie seasoning. fried cauliflower with garlic. fried Spinach with garlic.
6L water
*** no potato and fruits today

Day 7
Breakfast - Fruits
Lunch - rice with vegetable
Dinner - rice with vegetables
4L water
*** No Avocados, Potatoes, meat
*** Only rice, vegetable and fruits
 

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Your plan is great. However beware of the small things. Maggi Seasoning is so bad, - beware of poor quality, poorly sourced sauces, oils, etc. These small things can ruin your hormones and health thus cause weight issues. Know what's in your food, where it comes from and understand what you eat, everything. Example, canola - veg oils - pure junk, mostly rancid, pure Omega 6's, and a good way to ruin your overall health. Your hormones need fat and they need good fats (Avocado, coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, ghee, etc).
 
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Day 4,beware of too much fruit, you have banana and kiwi. You can have some veg that day, would be better than more fruit and unsweetened yogurt fine, you can always blend in a banana to make it sweet.
 
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Your plan is great. However beware of the small things. Maggi Seasoning is so bad, - beware of poor quality, poorly sourced sauces, oils, etc. These small things can ruin your hormones and health thus cause weight issues. Know what's in your food, where it comes from and understand what you eat, everything. Example, canola - veg oils - pure junk, mostly rancid, pure Omega 6's, and a good way to ruin your overall health. Your hormones need fat and they need good fats (Avocado, coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, ghee, etc).
Noted. All the cooking were done using olive oil. Noted on the Maggie seasoning. Thanks.
 

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Day 4,beware of too much fruit, you have banana and kiwi. You can have some veg that day, would be better than more fruit and unsweetened yogurt fine, you can always blend in a banana to make it sweet.
Sorry. My mistake. I had only 1 banana and my hubby had 3 kiwis for each meal. :D
 

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great :)
 

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Hi, Ifinished the week and lose only 1 kg. I'm not so happy.
kind of lacking info don't ya think. what did you eat days 2 and 5. when do you weigh?
 

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thnks Kevin,
in the second day i ate only vegs. Carrot, zucchini, tomato, lettuce. for breakfast an average boild potato.
in 5th day, Kebab (not beef, a piece of sheep meat. ) for breakfast, for lunch I cooked meat with vegs. for dinnr only vegetable salad.
 

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day 2 needed good fat, it was vital to the plan actually. a fat free plan is not good. day 5 is OK although meat was needed 3 times. thanks for sharing....
 

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thnks KEvin,
I was 54 kg. and now I'm less than 53. if I want to lose 3 more kg what can I do? repeat the program after a while or continue with a carbohydrate free diet?
 

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carb free bad idea long term. plus it has to be monitored maintained carefully. you can carb back load, interested in that, I can help
 
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