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Famous Fat Flush Diet

So, I recently posted a recipe called “The Fat Flush Soup” (you can find it here) and it had gotten SO much interest that I thought I would post up the entire diet plan.  This diet was first introduced in Women’s World Magazine last year.  The diet was inspire by a Penn State study that saw individuals consumed 448 fewer calories per day when eating a satisfying soup.

Having made and tried the soup myself I can see the appeal.  One serving of the soup is 3 cups and that serving is VERY filling.  Some women that have tried the diet have reported some amazing results.  A Women’s World Magazine reader had reported an 11 pound weight loss in only a week!  And some other have seen 6,7 and 10 pounds within a week as well!  So here is the diet:

Breakfast: (Choose one of the following)
-2 eggs plus 1/2 cup of veggies
-Fat Flush Smoothie (1 scoop Fat Flush Body Protein, 8oz water, 1cup berries, 1 Tbs. flax seed oil, 2 Tbs. ground flax seeds or chia and ice (optional))
-Greek Yogurt (1 1/2 cup) and berries (1 1/2 cup)

Fat Flush Soup

Fat Flush Soup

Snacks: (Choose two daily)
-Unlimited veggies and salsa
-Garden salad with 1 tsp. olive oil and fresh lemon or vinegar to taste
-1 hard-boiled egg
-1 piece of fruit

So this is the basics of the “Fat Flush Diet”.  I am thinking of trying it soon myself since I love the soup!  If you have tried it in the past or currently on it I would love to hear from you and your results.  Thanks and Happy Dieting!!



Tuesday 23rd of July 2019

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Tuesday 26th of August 2014

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MD Kennedy

Monday 16th of December 2013

I can see why everyone loses weight - the number of calories is miniscule! I'd rather see my husband get a lot more nutrition and lose weight more slowly. I guess this is OK for a "kick start" but not for a long-term life change.

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