Losing weight is not easy, especially when you have more than just a few pounds to lose. Every doctor recommends a good diet plan, accompanied by some form of assistance. One of the most common diet aids is Slim Fast. Slim Fast offers a variety of diet aids. Slim Fast is a personalised dieting aid. You tailor your own dieting plan by using all of the Slim Fast products or just ones that best suit you. Here, you will learn how to use Slim Fast in the most popular diet plan.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Slim Fast free community membership
- Personalised meal plan
- Personalised fitness plan
- Slim Fast products
Sign up for your free Slim Fast online community membership at the website (See Resources section.) With this membership, you will be able to create your own personalised meal and fitness plans on the website.
Use your personalised meal plan to figure out which Slim Fast products that you will use. The steps that follow are based on an average weight loss goal of 18.1 to 22.7 Kilogram.
Replace your breakfast with one Slim Fast shake.
Choose a sensible lunch of approximately 200 calories, combined with a Slim Fast shake. Your lunch should include at least one vegetable.
Create a sensible dinner meal of approximately 500 calories. Your dinner should include at least one or two vegetables, depending on how many fruits or vegetables that you have eaten during lunch and snacks.
Change your snacking habits. The ideal snack should include a fruit or vegetable that will help you meet at total of at least four daily servings. You should limit your snacking to three times a day, in between meals, combining your fruit or veggie snacks with Slim Fast nutritional snacks.
Tips and warnings
- While weight loss is possible, do not expect immediate results. Also, you should make sure that you are getting the proper amount of exercise as directed by your doctor.
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