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Medifast Diet: A Quick and Easy Diet Plan


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Medifast Diet is a diet plan that emphasizes portion control. Using a mixture of portion control and low calorie food, it makes weight loss quick and easy. This may seem confusing but there is no need to count calories, nor is there a point system that you need to follow. With such an easy diet plan to follow, Medifast can easily become a new longterm diet, not just a short term fix. This will help you maintain your body weight and overall good health.

When starting the Medifast diet, they help you slowly enter their diet with a smooth transition. Their clinically tested 5 & 1 plan will fill your body with the essential nutrients and minerals it has been missing from a healthier diet. Medifast is composed of their famous 5 & 1 plan: 5 meals compiled by Medifast and 1 Green & Lean meal a day. That’s 6 total meals a day. Medifast has several meal options available to chose from. Medifast has over 60 meals that you can choose from for your 5 Medifast meals so it adds variety to your diet. Variety is an essential part of diets because it helps people stay on their diets since it makes it easier to enjoy the meals.

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Another way that Medifast helps people stay on track with their diet is that the diet is planned to keep people full and satisfied. They do this by allowing you to eat every 2 – 3 hours. Once you are reaching your diet goal, Medifast will help you maintain your diet. Since you need to adjust your calorie intake from the meals once you have reached your ideal goal, Medifast offers a maintenance guide to help you with it.

Maintenance is crucial if you want to maintain your ideal weight. The problem that most people have with diets is that they are short term, once they reach their goal with their diet, they return back to their old routine and end up gaining back the weight they lost. If you are serious about keeping a healthy weight for the rest of your life, Medifast Diet is the diet for you.

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About the Author

My name is Israel Lagares. I used to be the kind of guy that was always in shape, but over the last few years I've fallen off tremendously. This site is my final attempt to get back into shape. So far I've lost 70.4 lbs. Check out my weight loss chart, weight loss videos and progress pics. Follow my journey, those of others, and read our thoughts on various health topics. Share your thoughts, experience, and journey here on FMU.

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  1. I joined the duke diet as per your suggestion and although im not following the food plan, i am eating to the calorie limit as well as tracking what i eat. Been doing it for 7 days now (since 1st Jan)

    The ViralKing Needs to be in shape!

  2. JohnNo Gravatar says:

    Sounds a lot like the Body for Life program.

  3. JohnNo Gravatar says:

    Hey Israel, I need you to drop me an email so I can start an email list for our competition. We had another person sign-up today, which brings us to four participants. I want to do a post introducing everyone who is taking part, so just email me whatever photo you want me to use for you along with your official weight and body fat measurements for today and the short story of your weight loss inspiration.

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