This dietary regime is quite strict, hence military. Although guidelines must be followed closely, consuming one fruit instead of another and lentils instead of meat is still allowed. Other ingredients that are allowed as well include nonstick cooking spray, mustard, spices, lemon juice, calorie-free sweetener, water, tea and black coffee. The duration of the diet is three days during which you will burn fat, boost your energy and your metabolism. Take a 4-day break before starting it over again.
Breakfast: ½ grapefruit, a slice of toast, 2 tbsp. peanut butter, 1 cup of coffee or tea
Lunch: ½ tuna, a slice of toast, 1 cup of coffee or tea
Dinner: 3 ounces of meat, 1 cup green beans, ½ banana or some other fruit, 1 apple, 1 cup of ice cream (vanilla flavor)
Breakfast: 1 egg, a slice of toast, ½ banana or some other fruit
Lunch: 1 cup cottage cheese, 1 egg (boiled), 5 crackers
Dinner: 2 hot dogs without the bun, 1 cup broccoli, ½ cup carrots, ½ banana or some other fruit, ½ cup ice cream (vanilla flavor)
Breakfast: 5 crackers, 1 slice cheddar cheese, 1apple
Lunch: 1 cooked or boiled egg, a slice of toast
Dinner: 1 cup tuna, ½ banana or some other fruit, 1 cup ice cream (vanilla flavor)
This diet also requires physical exercise, which should be suited to your weight and overall health. For example, overweight people should only take short walks. On the other hand, people who are physically active and in good shape should do more exercise, such as jogging, walking, swimming, skipping rope and using a treadmill. It’s important to consult a doctor before starting this diet and doing the exercises in case you have some medical issues.
The good aspects of this diet include the low cost and the easy-to-follow regimen.
Source: The Military Diet