Brazilian Diet: Lose Up to 20 Pounds in Just Two Weeks!

Brazilian diet is one of the most popular “fast” diets and provides an express weight loss of 20 pounds for 2 weeks! Since the diet in question exists in 2 variants – super-fast and normal – we decided to present here a normal variant. It is because the super-fast is so unhealthy and nutritionally poor that we won’t recommend to anyone! So, we go with the “normal” Brazilian diet.

This variant of a Brazilian diet is for 4 weeks and you can lose up to 24 pounds in a month. You eat 4-5 times a day and basic foods are mainly vegetables and fruits.

Brazilian Diet – 7 Days Menu

Monday

Breakfast: 1 orange, 1 banana, and 1 cup orange juice.

Snack: 1 glass of orange juice and 1 slice of toast bread.

Lunch: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of cooked fish, 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of raw vegetable salad.

Dinner: The same as for lunch.

Before going to bed: 1 cup of orange juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Tuesday

Breakfast: 1 soft boiled egg, 1 cup of apple juice.

Snack: 1 slice of toast bread, 1 cup of apple juice.

Lunch: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of cooked meat, 2 boiled potatoes, 4 leaves of lettuce.

Dinner: 7 oz. (200 g) of cooked fish, 1 hard-boiled egg, lettuce, green peas (fresh if there is, if not then from the can).

Before going to bed: 1 cup of apple juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Wednesday

Breakfast: 1 cup of non-fat milk, 1 slice of toast bread.

Snack: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of low-fat cheese.

Lunch: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of rice, 5 oz. (150 g) of fresh cabbage salad with juice of 1 squeezed lemon and a spoonful of chopped parsley leaves.

Dinner: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) cooked meat, 1 apple, 4 leaves of lettuce.

Before going to bed: 1 cup of apple juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 cup of pineapple juice, 2 oz. (60 g) pineapple

Snack: 1 cup of pineapple juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Lunch: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of cooked meat, a small piece of cheese and one orange.

Dinner: 2 boiled potatoes, 5 oz. (150 g) of fresh carrots salad with some oil.

Before going to bed: 1 cup of pineapple juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Friday

Breakfast: 1 cup of apple juice and 1 slice of toast bread.

Snack: 1 apple, 1 orange.

Lunch: 5 oz. (150 g) of cooked fish, 2 small boiled carrots.

Dinner: 1 plate of vegetable soup (or plate of mushroom soup or plate of fish soup), a small piece of bread.

Before going to bed: 1 cup of orange juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Saturday

Breakfast: 1 cup of apple juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Snack: 5 oz. (150 g) of cooked grated beetroot salad with a little vegetable oil.

Lunch: 1 plate of vegetable soup, mushroom or fish soup, 1 small piece of bread.

Dinner: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of fried mushrooms, 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of raw vegetable salad (optional).

Before going to bed: 1 cup of apple juice, 2 fresh biscuits.

Sunday

Breakfast: 1 banana, 1 handful of raisins

Snack: 1 cup of carrot juice, 1 slice of toast bread.

Lunch: 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of cooked meat, 3 ½ oz. (100 g) salad of fresh cabbage, spring onion, and juice of 1 lemon.

Dinner: 1 plate of vegetables, or fish soup, or mushroom soup, 3 ½ oz. (100 g) of fruit, 4 leaves of lettuce.

Before going to bed: 1 cup of apple juice, 2 dried figs.

The upper menu is repeated as needed 2 to 4 weeks – no longer than that. Return to “normal” foods is achieved by increasing primarily fruits and vegetables and then by a slight increase in protein foods.

As you can see, this diet is rich in fruits and vegetables – there can be no deficit in vitamins and minerals. Also, the meal arrangement is such that you should not be hungry or that you have fluctuations in the level of blood sugar.

Physical Activity

Recommendation: Daily moderate activity – 30 minutes of walking, cycling or swimming. The Brazilian diet promotes easy food and activity and at least because of that you can try it.

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