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The Subway Diet

A SUBWAY Club 6" sandwich.
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One of my friends is trying this diet out. She wants to see how it works with working out. I think it is probably one of the better diets because it is just basically eating healthy. Eating healthy and working out is the key success to loosing weight.

Her version of the diet is more like the second one I found, but there are two known versions according to everydiet.com

The first version contains:

Breakfast: Small bowl of cereal with skimmed milk. Black coffee with sweetener.
Lunch: Turkey Subway Sandwich. Diet Pepsi.
Dinner: Vegetarian Subway Sandwich. Water.
Snacks: Apple, orange, water.

The second version contains:

Breakfast: Coffee
Lunch: A 6 inch Turkey Sub + potato chips (baked)
Dinner: A 12 inch veggie Sub

Jared is so famous for loosing weight eating fast food (Subway) because it was a low calorie diet. With any low calorie diet and exercise, you can loose weight!

Torie Nicholas

  1. I think diet works because it has portion control. However, I find it odd that it is under the healthy eating section. Healthy eating includes covering a huge cross-section of food color choices. When you eat this diet, you produce is limited to small amount of a few vegies and no fruits at all.

  2. Kelly
    That’s a good point. While Jared was on the Subway diet for months, I wouldn’t recommend it as a steady diet because it doesn’t really teach people how to eat sensibly.

    I like the first version and not the second which is too restrictive and has no fruit or breakfast, that is is never a good idea.

    Those sandwiches always look better to me than they taste.

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