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HWLH News Letter - Issue #001 -- The Lunch Box Diet
January 05, 2014

Healthy Weight Loss News –The Lunch Box Diet

The Lunch Box Diet

January 1, 2014 - Our very first issue.

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The Lunch Box Diet – Hollywood’s Latest Weight Loss Trend

January Newsletter – Issue #001

I’m not sure why they call it Hollywood’s latest trend because lots of people everywhere with a variety of jobs rely on a lunch box to get them through the day.

Well the lunch box diet started in the United Kingdom and was created by a man called Simon Lovell who is a personal trainer.

Now this idea has been around for about 5 years but seems to be growing in popularity more so lately.

It is a way to help get you thin, not by controlling how much you eat but oddly enough by eating every hour. The important trick is to know what foods to eat.

So here is how the diet works. Take your lunch box (use a big one if you have one) and fill it with the foods that are listed below and you can eat these foods every hour throughout the day as you like. The point to this is that you are keeping your metabolism at a higher level by eating many times throughout the day.

To make this trend more successful it is recommended that you choose a healthy meal at breakfast and dinner while still enjoying your lunch box foods pretty much throughout the day. Just make sure when you snack throughout the day, even though they suggest you can eat as much as you want, try to keep the portions small so that you train yourself to feel full on smaller amounts of food.

Lovell has created this plan for Hollywood celebrities who are in need to keep slim for T.V. and/or the big screen.

The lunch box diet should contain 60 % vegetables, 30 % lean proteins and the
Vegetables Can Include:

Sugar snap peas
Chili pepper

Proteins Can Include:

Grilled chicken
Turkey Breast

Dressings can include:

Olive Oil

Celebrities can stay on this diet for 7 days or 30 days or as long as it takes to meet their desired weight.

The book written by Simon is called Eating from the box and goes into more detail regarding his celebrity trend.

Though if you ask me it’s hard picturing a big time celebrity going to work carrying a lunch box (ha ha).

Although the book itself does not offer any exercise guidance besides just stick to your existing regime if you have one.

For those of you who wish to investigate further you can get a copy here:

Happy Holidays to You All Catherine

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