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Complete 2500 Calorie Meal Plan

In this article, I’ll be showing the exact meal plan which can be used for both the purpose that is either for weight loss or weight gain. Now in this complete 2500 calorie meal plan, I have divided the meal plan into three types.

Now, the three types of meal plan are in the below ratios:

Protein: Carbs: Fat 

First meal plan – 50:30:20Second meal plan – 20:50:30Third meal plan  – 30:20:50
Now, let me clarify what do these above ratios mean?

In the first meal plan, I’ll be giving a high protein diet, moderate carbs, and a low-fat diet.

The second meal is going for a high carb diet i.e., moderate protein, high carbs, and moderate fats.

In the last and third meal plan, you will be getting a high-fat diet which is moderate protein and carbs and with high fat.

So, I hope that till now you might be clear what does this meal plan looks like.

But, if you have noticed in all the meal plan I have not reduced the protein intake to a minimum,

because personally, I don’t recommend anyone to have a l…


If you need to lose weight, boiled eggs are the real deal. A few eggs, veggies and citric fruits and voila! Metabolism will get faster and fat burnt. Also less cravings too.

You have to drink plenty of water and hydrate to detox easier. Get at least 8 glasses daily and think next time are you hungry or just dehydrated?! Drink water! It keeps a good shape and you crave less foods.

The diet is simple in the rules. NO junk food, burgers, sweets. LIMIT salt and sugar, sodas and etc. 11 kg can be lost in 14 days.
THE 2 WEEK FULL MENU Monday: for breakfast have 1 citric fruit and 2 boiled eggs. For lunch: 2 slices whole meal bread and fruit, and for dinner huge salad and some chicken.

Tuesday: for breakfast eat 2 eggs and citric fruit. Lunch is chicken and some green salads. Dinner is salad, 2 eggs and 1 orange.

Wednesday: breakfast is 1 citric fruit, 2 eggs and lunch is low fat cheese, a tomato and 1 slice whole meal bread. Dinner is chicken and salads.

Thursday: for breakfast 2 eggs and …

7-day Mediterranean diet to look and feel better than ever

It's January and most Americans are thinking the same thing: It's time to lose weight and get fit. Well, if you're looking for a sensible diet you can sustain for years to come, look no further: The Mediterranean diet is currently ranked first on the U.S. News & World Report 2019 Best Diets list.

What's not to love about the Mediterranean diet? Research suggests a Mediterranean-style diet can reduce the risk for heart disease, certain cancers and other serious health conditions. The meal plan is filled with healthful foods to rev metabolism, strengthen bones, alleviate aches and pains, minimize belly fat, and boost energy and brain power.
It’s important to note that the Mediterranean Sea borders 16 different countries, each with their own traditions and variations on food selection and prep. However, the same basic principles apply: eating is focused primarily on plant-based foods (think veggies, fruit, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds); butter is replaced wi…


We’ve shared our best tips with you already, but we wanted to give you an easy Keto Diet Beginner Shopping List.  This list gives you a great place to begin with things you know are going to be keto approved.  If it is on this list, you are going to be comfortable adding to your shopping cart, and know that most likely it’s going to be good for your new diet plan and way of eating.
KETO DIET BEGINNER SHOPPING LIST Below, I am breaking down the list by category, and will also be providing an easy printable so you can just print and have on hand. However, there are some notes not included on the printable, so make sure to stop and read before you print.
MEATS ON KETO DIET This list includes mostly higher fat cuts of meat.  While almost any meat is going to be fine on the ketogenic diet, you do want to watch processed meats like bacon, sausage, and luncheon meat for carbohydrates and sugars.  Some have added flavors and seasonings that include sugars.  So, don’t grab just any item when …

Science Confirms It: Carbs Don’t Make You Fat, This Does

Cutting carbs is the most important change for weight loss.

At least, that’s the idea sold by Gary Taubes, Dr. David Ludwig and other low carb enthusiasts.
They believe carbohydrate drives obesity because it raises the hormone insulin. Insulin is said to block the release of fat and also drive additional fat storage.
However, nutrition research continually shows that carbs alone DON’T make you fat. The latest clinical trial is no exception.

You might’ve already seen my stance on this. But let’s put our personal food ideologies aside for a moment to honestly consider the weight of evidence available.

Cutting Carbs Does Not Increase Metabolism or Fat Loss
If raised insulin drives weight gain, then conversely, reduced insulin (from cutting carbs) should be therapeutic.
In other words, we’d expect an extremely low carb diet to cause more fat loss than a typical Western diet.

The latest trial to compare these two eating patterns – ironically funded by Taubes’ own NuSI organisation – indica…

This Shake Flattens The Belly, Cleans The Colon, and Removes All The Fat From Your Body

The combination of a healthy and balanced diet and regular exercise will ensure your optimal health. Even though it can be difficult at the beginning to make these healthy lifestyle changes, as soon as you experience the benefits, you will no longer question their importance.

In this way, you will prevent numerous health issues, detoxify the system, strengthen your body, and boost your energy levels.  The role of the colon is crucial for our overall health, so in order for it to function properly, it needs to be cleansed from any toxins that tend to accumulate in it.

According to Jillian Levy, CHHC:

“The colon is home to billions of microflora (bacteria) that actually make up approximately 70 percent of the dry weight of feces. Besides forming stool, the various beneficial bacterial organisms living within the colon and digestive tract are important for proper nutrient absorption, maintaining pH balance, controlling hunger and counteracting potentially dangerous bacteria. This is why…