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  • I've failed at many diets, and I think the main reason is that the menu plans are unsatisfying
  • I was searching the Internet for diets that don't require starvation when I found the Potato Diet
  • I was immediately interested, because the menu plan included potatoes, and I love eating potatoes
  • After taking a closer look at the Potato Diet's menu plan I decided that it looked more than sufficient, so I decided I wanted to try it
  • In my opinion, this is one of the best diet plans currently available

    • by Davis Tucker
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      I’ve failed at many diets, and I think the main reason is that the menu plans are unsatisfying. I was searching the Internet for diets that don’t require starvation when I found the Potato Diet. I was immediately interested, because the menu plan included potatoes, and I love eating potatoes. The majority of the diet plans I previously tried did not permit you to eat potatoes. After taking a closer look at the Potato Diet’s menu plan I decided that it looked more than sufficient, so I decided I wanted to try it. Additionally, it claims that you can lose over 6 pounds in one week. Overall, it initially appeared to be more promising than any of the other diets I’ve tried, so I decided that it would be worth a week of my time.

      Here is the Potato Diet’s menu plan that I followed:

      Breakfast- coffee or tea with skimmed milk Brunch - a yogurt Snack - a


      yogurt or fruit juice and an apple

      Menu 1 Lunch - chicken without the skin and potatoes (200-250 grams) Dinner - pepper salad and potatoes Menu 2 Lunch - oven baked omelette Dinner - fish (served as wished) and potatoes (1 serving) Menu 3 Lunch - potatoes with boiled green beans Dinner - potato, radish and mushroom salad served with virgin olive oil Menu 4 Lunch - grilled or oven baked salmon and potatoes (1 serving) Dinner - boiled chicken, potato and celery salad Menu 5 Lunch - grilled steak and potatoes (1 serving) Dinner - potato, sweet pepper salad and a yogurt Menu 6 Lunch - potatoes (1 serving) Dinner - fish (served as wished) and an oven baked or steamed potato Menu 7 Lunch - ...


      • oven baked potatoes Dinner - natural tuna and potatoes (1 serving)

        In addition to following the meal plan, it’s required that you drink a lot of water. That wasn’t a problem for me, because I always drink water several times a day. The biggest test was whether or not I would feel satisfied and not deprived following the Potato Diet’s menu plan.

        This was definitely one of the better diets I’ve followed, because I never felt hungry at the end of the day. I almost felt like I was cheating when I was eating the potatoes. I didn’t feel deprived at all, but I was a little worried whether or not I would actually lose weight. When I finally weighed myself at the end of the week, I was pretty happy to see that I had lost 4 pounds. I was hoping to lose 6 pounds or more, but in my mind any amount of weight loss was a success. At the time,

        I considered the pounds I lost a good jump start for long-term weight loss.

        I didn’t continue the diet after one week, but I can only blame myself. I think I have a lot of work to do when it comes to discipline. I seem to get bored too easily with routine, and I think I need to pay more attention to following a structured time schedule of eating meals.

        I think the Potato Diet definitely offers one of the most fulfilling menu plans available. I failed because I didn’t follow through, but I want to get back on track with my weight loss goal, so I’ll probably try it again. If I really want to apply myself and commit to follow its menu plan for more than one week, I think I’ll eventually be able to achieve long-term weight loss.

        I highly recommend the Potato Diet for anyone struggling with weight loss, because I think the menu plan is satisfying, and it could potentially assist with long-term weight loss if a little discipline is practiced. In my opinion, this is one of the best diet plans currently available.




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