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3 Day Diet-Day TWO

WOOO! Day TWO is over!

It went just as well as day one, though I had some serious concerns for the later part of the day.

Breakfast- piece of cake! I LOVE fried eggs, and this egg meal was no restrictions on how you cooked it! I used a little non-stick spray, salt, pepper and a breakfast from heaven was created :)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 slice of toast
  • 1/2 banana
It was really yummy and easy! I loved it. And of course it was filling. Eggs are like the super food of the WORLD. I am always so satisfied after I eat one. Especially on toast, with a banana.

For lunch, I was seriously apprehensive. I DO NOT eat hard boiled eggs. They really gross me out. Too many summer barbecues with them left out for hours. I get really weird about perishables left out for too long and eating them. I can't do it. 

BUT, I said I was going to stick to this whole diet. So, I will. Even if it kills me.

  • 1 cup cottage cheese or 2 oz cheddar cheese
  • 1 hard boiled egg
  • 5 regular saltine/soda crackers

It was actually really, REALLY good! I kinda died inside a little when I was eating it, but in a OMGamIreallydoingthisitssogood way. It was also INCREDIBLY easy to take to work. I always worry about what to take to work, what if it's not enough, what if it's too complicated, what if the breaker blows and I can't cook it?? Life at work is stressful enough, without food concerns.

Anyway, it was delicious. And filling. Again, super food=eggs. I also really like cheese and soda crackers. Together or separate. It's all yummy.

Dinner was pretty awesome. Again, no pic! I get so distracted at home with all the cooking apparently. 
  • 2 beef/turkey hot dogs
  • 1 cup broccoli
  • 1/2 cup carrots
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/2 cup regular vanilla ice cream
Again, it was pretty excellent. I couldn't stomach the broccoli. I don't know if it was ready, it was kinda right. It wasn't a good thing. But even without eating it, I was still fairly full and overall pleased with it.


  • Again, sandwiching this stuff makes a way better meal. But you can cook breakfast egg however you want! Enjoy it. Scrambled, fried, boiled, poached. It's such a delicious, versatile food.
  • Um, make sure your veggies are edible, and clean. None of that pesticide stuff is good for you. Make sure to soak it all in vinegar and water.
  • I cooked the hot dogs in bite size bits so they are a little crispy and yummy cooked. If you don't have a BBQ, then I'd recommend this. 
  • I definitely plan to try replacing some of these veggies on another occasion to see if it works as well. 

I am posting this diet and my experience for informational purposes only! I am not responsible for anything you choose to do! Please check with your doctor before starting this diet.


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