I like to be in charge, or I will cheat. August 1, 2012 2:14PM 0 Birder150 Posts: 687Member Member Posts: 687Member Member For sh1ts and giggles, I entered Day 1 in to the food diary and came up with 1,140 calories total for the day. If you were to add mayo to the tuna and some fat to the veggies and for cooking the dinner meat, you'd be bumping it up to a calorie level that many here eat for weight loss. The 'secret' to this diet write my research paper cheap the low calorie count, nothing else. When I first saw it it made me laugh. I've been in the Air Force for two years not that long, I know and have NEVER heard of that.
If you REALLY need to lose a pound or two in one day just put on trashbags and sweats and go run. This write my research paper cheap NOT a military diet. August 1, 2012 2:48PM 0 Grlnxtdr0721 Posts: 599Member Posts: 599Member I didn't think it was a healthy diet myself, but wanted to make sure I wasn't crazy. As I said, I haven't tried it, and really don't plan to. It scared me, to be honest. I don't see how this would not make a person sick after the second day because it doesn't seem like you're getting enough nutrition from it.
I appreciate the feedback August 1, 2012 3:06PM 0 brenbell Posts: 6Member Posts: 6Member Hot dogs?!. August 2, 2012 4:10PM 0 T34418l3angel Posts: 479Member Member Posts: 479Member Member My husband is in the military and he would NEVER eat like this. Even when he was coming off of profile and had to drop some weight he didn't eat like this. Who ever posted that blog was highly misinformed.
August 2, 2012 4:15PM 0 tmos512 Posts: 119Member Posts: 119Member Not saying I agree or disagree with the diet, but my brother was told to lose weight before he went to basic training years ago and they printed this diet out and gave it to him. August 2, 2012 4:29PM 0 dirtydmvkid Posts: 184Member Posts: 184Member Not saying I agree or disagree with the diet, but my brother was told to lose weight before he went to basic training years ago and they printed this diet out and gave it to him.
August 2, 2012 4:46PM 0 drhilton Posts: 9Member Posts: 9Member Also known as the "Birmingham Diet" used by patience going in for heart surgeries. My wife and I lost quite a bit while doing this. After about three or four cycles of doing this it gets pretty difficult to eat some of the same things over and over again. Oh by the way we both put the weight back on. I've done MFP for about two months and I have lost 20 write my research paper cheap and have reached my goal weight 160 and I'm running write my research paper cheap miles at a pop now.
Believe me I'm not eating the same thing over and over again, I'm simply watching how much I intake. By the way I'm a retired Army Ranger Instructor and I would never advise anyone to do the "military diet". I wish you all the best August 2, 2012 6:31PM 0 TimedEventSystem Posts: 60Member Posts: 60Member I wonder why this is called the military diet. I say that because this isn't really what they do for overweight individuals. August 2, 2012 6:34PM 0 tishajo Posts: 146Member Member Posts: 146Member Member I've been in the Air Force for 8 years now and never ate like that.
My meals even in boot camp consisted of all sorts of items. Mashed potatoes, protein, veggies, pasta etc. We were even granted treats once in awhile chocolate. I'm not sure why it's called the military diet. This wouldn't be sustainable for me. August 2, 2012 6:39PM 0 BigJerm1 Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member 11 years in the Army, and I never heard of anyone doing this, and never heard of anything referred to as a "military diet.
Like with all fad diets, you should probably pass on this one. August 2, 2012 6:43PM 0 stephdg89 Posts: 37Member Posts: 37Member Not saying I agree or disagree with the diet, but my brother was told to lose weight before he went to basic training years ago and they printed this diet out and gave it to him. August 2, 2012 6:44PM 0 repmlrs Posts: 154Member Posts: 154Member lol November 16, 2012 3:21PM 0 stoddyo Posts: 1Member Posts: 1Member Haters gonna hate.
All the girls and I at work are trying this. Today was the first day. I will let you know how it goes because you never know untill your try. December 3, 2012 11:44PM 0 Hawnpunch22 Posts: 20Member Posts: 20Member Yikes. I've been on Active Duty for a loooong time and I would be concerned if anyone I know tried it. Essentially the diet is to eat as few calories as possible and pray for the best.essay writing help online professonal essay writers professonal essay writers who can write my paper for money mba essay review service college essay service