Dr Ian Smith Shred Diet – Week 1 – Day 6 – Too much food

Shred Diet MenuToday I had the entire day off from work. I went to the gym early, and burned 480 calories on the treadmill.

I enjoyed all my meals today, and was not hungry at any time during the day.

I missed my fourth meal because I was very full from dinner. Instead I had a bag of popcorn and enjoy a movie.

My Day 6  Shred Diet Menu:

Breakfast Meal #1: 9:00
2 Egg Whites with Green Peppers and Onions
2 Slices of 100% Whole Wheat Bread
1/2 Grapefruit
Coffee

Snack #1: 11:30
1/2 oz Planters Nutrition Heart Healthy Mix – 80 Calories
Water

Lunch Meal #2: 12:30
12 0z Smoothie:  Jamba All Natural Smoothie Orange Dream, made with Pineapple Juice
Banana
Water

Snack #2: 3:30pm
Kaski Trail Mix Chewy Granola Bar
Water

Meal #3: 6:15pm
Chicken Breast with Brown Rice and Vegetable Mix
1 Cup Pineapple Juice

Dinner Meal #4: Skipped this meal I was not hungry

Extra Snack 2: 9:30
1 Bag Pop Secret 100 Calorie Pop

I would love to hear from you, leave a comment below.  It can be  some words of  encouragement, menu ideas, suggestions, or just to say hello.

The diet program I’m following is called Shred: The Revolutionary Diet: 6 Weeks 4 Inches 2 Sizes, by Ian K. Smith.

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5 Responses to Dr Ian Smith Shred Diet – Week 1 – Day 6 – Too much food

  1. TERREQUE says:

    I started the Shred diet for weeks ago and love it. I have consistently lose weight every week

  2. Christine Cole says:

    I am trying to to get an answer to how much is a serving of vegetables and can margarine be used on vegetables?

  3. Reggie says:

    A serving of fruit or veggies is about 1/2 a cup. One serving of fruit is a small apple, nectarine, etc.

  4. Reggie says:

    Cooking Light has a great article on veggie and fruit servings here as well: :)

    http://www.cookinglight.com/healthy-living/healthy-habits/how-much-serving-fruits-vegetables-00412000069526/

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