The Leptin Diet - A typical day's food plan

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Avoid all soy products as these can irritate the thyroid and inhibit weight loss.

The following timeline shows a typical day on the Leptin Diet. Make sure you stick to the timings and remember, absolutely no snacking!

7.00am Two boiled eggs and a piece of wholemeal toast for breakfast. A high protein breakfast will keep your blood sugar levels steady and reduce the temptation to snack.

1.00pm Have a healthy soup and salad for lunch.

We've got 100s of recipes for you to choose from like this delicious tomato soup.

Remember to try and avoid eating lots of carbohydrates at lunch, as it will make you more likely to have a sugar crash mid-afternoon which could lead to snacking.

7.00pm Have a healthy stir-fry, rice dish or seafood meal for dinner.

We've got loads for you to choose from like this citrus salmon dish or this skinny tikka masala with rice. Make sure you eat your last meal at least three hours before you go to bed.

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Tracy Watts

I reckon it will be hard at first. But I'm determined to do this diet, wish me luck 😁


Read up on lepton resistance and you will understand why you must not snack between meals on this meal plan.


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I would find that too long inbetween meals 7 a.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. - most people eat more often - I would be extremely hungry and could loose the 10 lb. I need to within a week when I put my mind to it - I know I only eat because I feel like eating is when I gain weight. It is much easier to just eat less and less often, but not every 12 hrs.

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