Diet for The Meltdown Project

The Meltdown Project was supposed to begin the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday.  Unfortunately I suffered an injury and had to postpone it.  I'm finally healed up and ready to go.  This project is a workout and diet program that Fat X'ers  can use to shed the holiday fat and weight gained over the holiday/holidays. The expedited fat loss project begins tomorrow and I hope to have the program available early January.

The Fat X program takes at minimum 12 days.  The Meltdown Project is an experiment to see if I can achieve similar results in less time. It's going to be a challenge, but I'm motivated by the success of the Fat X Project/Program and the positive responses I've received from people that have been successful in their fat burning and weight loss goals using the Fat X program.  I'm eager to implement a few fat burning strategies and other tips and tricks that I've learned since I put the Fat X program together.

The diet I will use will be the same as the Fat X diet with the exception of the splurge allowance.  I will leave the splurge allowance out because of the shorter time frame I'm shooting for.  I went shopping earlier and took a picture of what I'll be eating.  Some of the things aren't shown in the picture so here's a list of the food items I will use in my diet.

  • 1 Bag of frozen chicken breasts
  • Frozen salmon
  • 4 bags of italian blend frozen vegetables
  • 2 stalks of celery
  • 4 large cucumbers 
  • 1 bag of peanuts
  • 1 bag of almonds
  • 1 bag of cranberries
  • Green tea
  • Broccolli
  • 1 head of lettuce
  • Whey protein powder
  • Propel water
  • Peanut butter


2 comments:

Nydia said...

Good information...good to know i can diet like a man...i bought a bunch of veggies today.

Becky said...

I'm finished up Day 3 today and I am loving this program so far. I read through the entire blog this evening and I was wondering whatever happened with the Meltddown Project. were you ever able to do it? If so, I'd like to hear about it.

Thanks for this blog! It's fantastic.

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