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Medifast Diet Review

My Medifast Diet Review may be viewed as favorable by some, but read on, and decide if this is the plan for you.

The Medifast Weight Loss Plan is all about meal replacement shakes, snack bars, and pre-packaged/portion controlled meals. There is also some mention of increasing your exercise, and you MUST drink large quantities of water or non-sugared drinks. This keeps with the hydration portion of this website.

One of the nicest things about the medifast diet plan is that you don't have to think at all while you are in the weight loss phase. If you simply do as you are told, you will lose weight. No thought required. All you have to do is eat their Meals, shakes, and snacks nearly exclusively.

Medifast 5 and 1
Medifast 5 and 1 is the primary medifast weight loss plan.
This means that you will eat 6 times a day, never going more than 3 hours between eating.
Medifast 5 and 1 means you will be eating 5 medifast products per day, and 1 lean and green meal that you prepare.
The five parts of company products includes Medifast 55 shakes, or Medifast 70 shakes at least once per day as one of your meals, and the recommended lists include two shakes per day.
You will be eating Medifast Bars for your snacks.
And the One meal you prepare yourself is basically a Green salad with a lean meat and low cal dressing.

The Medifast 55 shakes are for people who are lightly active, whereas the Medifast 70 shakes are higher in protein with 10 more calories for those who are more phyisically active or have more muscle mass that they are worried about losing.

I really like this idea, it fits right in with the eat more often section. it guarantees that your body will not go into famine mode, and moves into a burn rate based upon it believing that there will never be a lack of food coming down the pipeline for use as an energy source.

Medifast Diet and Weight Loss
The Medifast Diet and Weight Loss go hand in hand.
If you follow the diet to a T, you will lose weight.
You will be on an 800 to 1000 calorie per day diet. Which should pretty much guarantee that you are burning more than you are taking in.
You will get even better effects on the Medifast Diet, and weight loss will be increased if you also increase metabolism through light exercise.

My Medifast diet review would not be complete without me saying that while this diet will work if you stick to it. It really is only for people who have a LOT of weight to lose. This is not for people who only need to lose 10 to 20 pounds. You can do that just by following the steps in this website.

The Medifast Diet Plan does stick to the 7 habits outlined here, and they will become VERY important when you start to wean yourself off of this plan.

How do you plan on keeping the weight off when you stop consuming just shakes and ready made diet foods?

You will NEED to learn proper eating habits as you come off of the diet phase of this program.

And to help you, Medifast does have two more stages they call transition and maintenance. Which are pretty generic words that pretty much say what they are about.

So, to end my Medifast Diet Review, I need to point out that while this will work, and it is easy, it is not the best way to lose weight because you are liable to put it all back on, unless you take the time to actually learn to eat properly as you ease into going off of the prepared food diet.

Philip Kustner

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