The 7 Day All You Can Eat Diet
With a name like that, yes, it definitely sounds like our kind of diet! While the name might sound like you can eat anything, on The 7 Day All You Can Eat Diet you can only consume certain foods on particular days, but in any quantity.
The 7 Day All You Can Eat Diet claims you can lose up to 11lbs in seven days. The foods on this diet promote a body cleansing that rids toxins and harmful substances, meaning you’ll get a detox too.
The 7 Day All You Can Eat Diet works well for people who eat a lot of grains (such as bread and pasta) and sugary sweets (such as biscuits and cakes), and these people will lose weight fast.
The 7 Day All You Can Eat Diet is only intended for short-term weight loss, as it isn’t a nutritionally balanced eating plan. It won’t cause any permanent side effects, but taking a multi-vitamin every day is recommended while on this or any other extreme diet.
Your 7 Day All You Can Eat Diet Menu
When each group is specified on your daily menu, you can eat:
Any fruit – apples, watermelon, grapefruit, pears, grapes, mangos, kiwis, etc.
Any vegetable – green beans, carrots, cabbage, spinach, butternut squash, potatoes, etc.
Any meat – poultry, fish, turkey, beef etc.
Water – drink 8-10 glasses every day.
Day 1 – Eat as much fruit as you want (except bananas)
There are no restrictions on how much fruit you can eat. Eat whenever you feel hungry.
Note: Fruit juice is not allowed.
Top tip: Eat a different variety of fruit in each meal, to avoid boredom.
Day 2 – Eat as many vegetables as you want
There are no restrictions on how many vegetables you can eat. Eat whenever you feel hungry.
You can either eat raw vegetables in a plain salad, or you can boil/steam vegetables and add seasoning.
Garlic, lemon, lime, stir fried onions, home-made natural tomato paste, and natural herbs such as cilantro, basil, and parsley can add flavour to your dishes.
Note: Cream, butter, milk, and oil are not allowed.
Top tip: Include a starchy vegetable in each meal to get a feeling of fullness.
Top tip: Try eating veg that tastes good without seasoning such as butternut squash, sweet potatoes, and mushrooms.
Day 3 – Eat as much vegetables and fruit as you want
There are no restrictions on how much you can eat. Eat whenever you feel hungry.
Note: No potatoes or bananas. Follow the fruit and veg rules from Day 1 and 2.
Top tip: Eat vegetables and fruit in every meal, and have more fruit as ‘dessert’.
Day 4 – Eat 5-8 bananas and drink 3-5 glasses of milk
Day 4 can seem tough because you’ll be eating less food than the last few days. Stay positive and drink plenty water.
Top tip: Drink the skimmed milk while you eat the banana to make you feel fuller and more satisfied.
Day 5 – Eat four pieces of 3-ounce meat steaks and unlimited vegetables
Top tip: Meat can be grilled, oven cooked, or stir-fried on high heat to make it tasty.
Top tip: If you’re feeling hungry, add starchy vegetables such as sweet potatoes as a side dish. Asparagus and broccoli also taste great with meat.
Day 6 – Eat four pieces of 3-ounce meat steaks and unlimited vegetables
Day 7 – Eat four pieces of 3-ounce meat steaks and unlimited vegetables