Boiled Egg Diet – How to Lose 20 Pounds in 2 Weeks

Boiled egg diet has been one of the popular diet among those who want to lose weight. It is an easy diet. Because of the features of egg, you will feel less hunger than normal. In addition, egg is a healthy food with its nutritional values.

Now, let’s answer the questions such as “what is boiled egg diet?”,  “how is it applied?” and “what should we pay attention to while applying this diet?”

What is boiled egg diet? 

Centered around a cheap and healthy food, the boiled egg diet is easy to use and economical. In 100 grams of egg, there is 155 kilocalorie. So, it is highly nutritional and rich in minerals. Egg is a wonderful source of proteins. A hundred percent of it can be transformed into protein. With its ingredients like  A, B2, B6, B12 andD, E vitamins; minerals such as zinc,  iron, calcium, phosphorus, copper, selenium and folic acid, it is kind of a super food.

With these values, the boiled egg diet speeds up the metabolism and helps burn fat. Indirectly, It helps to lose weight fast.

How to apply boiled egg diet?

Boiled Egg Diet

How to apply boiled egg diet?

In this diet you will be eating lots of eggs but in this process do not ignore the fact that you should drink at least 8-9 glasses of water. And after 2 weeks you should stop following this diet. You should support your diet with exercises like long walking sessions.  You should stay away from alcohol and fizzy drinks.

And the most important point; you should see an expert before starting on a diet that is based on only one food.

Sample Boiled Egg Diet Menu

Here is a two week boiled egg diet menu. You can lose up to 5 pounds by applying this diet menu.

Week 1

Monday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Fruit, two slices of full wheat bread
  • Dinner: Chicken with a large plate salad

Tuesday,

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Chicken salad with green vegetables
  • Dinner: Salad, 1 orange and 2 boiled eggs

Wednesday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Skim cheese, 1 tomato and 1 full wheat bread
  • Dinner: Salad and chicken

Thursday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Fruit
  • Dinner: Salad and steamed chicken

Friday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Boiled vegetables and 2 eggs
  • Dinner: Grilled salad and fish

Saturday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Fruit
  • Dinner: Chicken and steamed vegetables

Sunday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Tomato salad, steamed vegetables and chicken
  • Dinner: Steamed Vegetables

Week 2

Monday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Salad and chicken
  • Dinner: 1 orange, salad and 2 eggs

Tuesday,

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Steamed vegetables with 2 eggs
  • Dinner: Grilled fish with salads

Wednesday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Grilled chicken with green salad
  • Dinner: 1 orange, vegetable salad and 2 eggs

Thursday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Steamed vegetables, low-fat cheese and 2 eggs
  • Dinner: Chicken with salad

Friday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Salad
  • Dinner: Salad, 2 eggs

Saturday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Chicken with salad
  • Dinner: Fruit

Sunday

  • Breakfast: 1 slice of tangerine, orange or grapefruit with 2 boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Steamed Vegetables and chickens
  • Dinner: Steamed Vegetables and chickens

The Cons of Boiled Egg Diet

Egg is a very healthy food itself but when consumed for too long it may have some side effects.

  • It is still in debate that egg increases cholesterol but experts do not recommend eating eggs for those with high cholesterol.
  • People who have some kind of medication and have problems with liver must not follow this diet.
  • The egg has lots of protein but when used too long it may result in muscle lost.
  • People with heart diseases are not recommended to go on this diet.
  • Those who have allergies agains food may have serious problems with this diet.

As a last word, whatever you think, please do not start this diet without consulting your doctor.

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