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Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Here goes ...chocoholics



I have had a few emails giving me different diets and also links on the net ...this is the best one I think.
It is all in Calories and would have to be worked out for all you people who do not understand them...

It seems the way you eat your chocolate and when ... is given a name interesting reading.

They really don't constitute a chocolate diet it is mostly a diet and eat some chocolate.


•Secret Bingers, people who hide chocolate and don’t want others to know they eat it. The plan consists of a 250-calorie breakfast, two light meals of 350 calories each, a 400-calorie main meal, and a 100-calorie treat. In the second week and in following weeks, there is a daily chocolate allowance of 150 calories. Dieters may also have a 200-calorie dessert or beverage,


•Romantics are often single and use chocolate as a substitute for love. Their menu plan is a 250-calorie breakfast, 350-calorie light meal, 400-calorie main meal, and a 100-calorie treat. After the second week, they may spend 300 calories on a chocolate treat three times a week

•Comfort eaters consume chocolate when tired or faced with a problem. Their plan consists of a 250-calorie breakfast, 350-calorie light meal, 400-calorie main meal, and two 50-calorie treats. In the second week, there is a daily chocolate allowance of 200 calories. In following weeks, the allowance is 50 calories

•Weekend Indulger's associate chocolate with celebrations. Their daily calorie allowance is 1,350 during the week and 1,600 on the weekend. The menu plan is a 250-calorie breakfast, 350-calorie light meal, 400-calorie main meal, and two 100-calorie treats. After the second week, 300 calories in chocolate is allowed on each weekend day


•Sugar addicts often get most of their calories from carbohydrates and may use chocolate as a fix when tired. Their plan consists of a 250-calorie breakfast, two light meals of 250 calories each, a 400-calorie main meal, and a 100-calorie treat. In the second week and in following weeks, there is a daily chocolate allowance of 200 calories


•Premenstrual cravers overindulge in chocolate during some days of the month. Their plan is followed as needed one to two weeks before or during a menstrual period. The diet consists of a five 250-calorie meals and a 100-calorie treat.

3 comments:

shez said...

hi Laurie gee you have done your research and how tempting is that strawberry covered in chocolate,yummy

Cheryll said...

Well I like chocolate so I eat it when I want it and don't worry about the calories... although my hips show it sometimes! lol. Oh well!

Isabella said...

Gosh you did make me laugh my friend is one of the first lot she actually takes the stuff to bed with her breaks it up and has a piece every time she wakes up hides it under her pillow so hubby doesnt find it you name it she does it( no joke )