• Kristi Dao

Week 2 of the One-One-One Diet

It's week 2 of my diet, and I feel like I'm going strong because I haven't even felt as though I've been on a diet. Which is good, because if you read my first week of being on this diet, you'll know that I don't love the implications of the word diet. But I'm doing it so that I can become a better, happier version of myself.


So I'm trying this diet out for 90 to see how it goes. Hopefully you're interested enough to follow along, because here's week 2.

Where I'm Now

My ideal goal for this diet at the end of 90 days would be to end up at 120 pounds, or 115 if I'm really lucky. Last week I was 138.4 pounds, and now I'm 137.9 pounds. Note that when I say I'm walking Damian, my dog, those walks can go anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour and a half.


One-One-One Diet Guidelines

The main idea of the one-one-one diet is that for every meal, you can consume one fat, one carb, and one protein. Outside of meals, you can eat all the fruits and vegetables you want. For me, I count coffee as a vegetable since it's made from coffee beans, which is a plant. Taking that into consideration, this isn't the worst diet to be on. Rania Batanyeh, the nutritionist who developed this diet and has helped hundreds of others, has seen it work.

Day Eight

Brunch: Salad

  • Carb: Bread

  • Fat: Salad Dressing

  • Protein: Procuitto

Lunch: Sushi

  • Carb: Rice

  • Fat: White Sauce

  • Protein: Salmon

Dinner: Udon Noodle Soup

  • Carb: Udon Noodles

  • Fat: Broth

  • Protein: Shrimp Tempura

Notes: So a fun fact that I've learned from Biology class is that certain vitamins need fat to process. The result is that when you eat a salad with fat-free dressing, your body is being cheated because all the vitamins from the greens won't completely be absorbed and utilized in your body. Moral of the story: don't go for the fat free dressing.


Day Nine

Breakfast: Coffee Cake

  • Carb: Cake

  • Fat: Frosting

  • Protein:

Brunch

  • Carb:

  • Fat: Vegetable Broth

  • Protein:

Lunch

  • Carb: Rice

  • Fat: White Sauce

  • Protein: Pork Chop

Dinner

  • Carb: French Fries

  • Fat: Sauces

  • Protein: Steak


Misc: Tofu, Herbs, Broccoli Exercise: Walking Damian

Day Ten

Lunch

  • Carb: Rice

  • Fat: Sauce

  • Protein: Steak

Dinner

  • Carb: Rice

  • Fat:

  • Protein: Salmon

Misc: Carrots Exercise: Walking Damian

Day Eleven

Breakfast

  • Carb: Waffle

  • Fat: Butter

  • Protein:


Dinner

  • Carb: Rice

  • Fat: Broth

  • Protein: Shrimp

Misc: 2 Go-Go Squeezes, Bok Choy

Day Twelve

Breakfast

  • Carb: English Muffin

  • Fat: Hollandaise Sauce

  • Protein: Eggs

Lunch

  • Carb: Potatoes

  • Fat: Ketchup

  • Protein: Steak

Dinner: Bun Bo Hue

  • Carb: Noodles

  • Fat: Broth

  • Protein: Steak

Exercise: Walking Damian



Day Thirteen

Breakfast

  • Carb: Chips

  • Fat:

  • Protein:

Brunch

  • Carb: Chips

  • Fat:

  • Protein:

Lunch: Banh Loc (Vietnamese tapioca dumplings_

  • Carb: Tapioca Flour

  • Fat: Oil

  • Protein: Pork Filling

Dinner: Porridge

  • Carb: Rice

  • Fat: Broth

  • Protein: Chicken

Snack:

  • Carb: Red Bull

  • Fat:

  • Protein:


Day Fourteen

Breakfast: Spring Rolls

  • Carb: Noodles and Rice Paper

  • Fat: Fish Sauce

  • Protein: Vietnamese Sausage

Lunch:

  • Carb:French Fries

  • Fat:

  • Protein:

Dinner: Five Guys

  • Carb: Bun

  • Fat: Sauces

  • Protein: Beef Patty

Misc: Coffee, Lettuce, Onions, Green Peppers, Relish, Cucumber Exercise: Walking Damian


And that's it for week 2. I don't feel like I'm suffering at all, which must mean that I'm not actually on a diet. As always, thanks for reading today's blog. If you enjoyed it, please like this post, share it with your friends, and make my day by subscribing to the blog. I hope that you enjoy some tasty treats until next time.

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