The Eat Clean Diet Stripped – Lose 10lbs in 28 Days



The Weight Loss Plan for Losing 10lbs

My journey to lose weight after 40 has been full of ups and downs and the occasional moments where I gave up. I learned that diet was the key to success on this journey and that would be the only way I would reach my weight loss goals. I had read The Eat Clean Diet book and knew that was going to help me with losing weight after 40. So when Tosca Reno released The Eat Clean Diet Stripped book I knew I had to get it especially since I was struggling with losing the last 10lbs.

I’m almost finished with my first work week on The Eat Clean Diet Stripped weight loss plan. I truly have not been hungry and at times feel like I’m not eating enough. I still track my meals in The Eat Clean Companion. I feel that I bring more than enough food to make sure I don’t get hungry and to meet the servings requirement but I find myself not eating all of the foods. For the past two days, I gone home with food that I ate at dinner.

For those of you wondering if you can survive 28 days on a more restrictive weight loss plan of The Eat Clean Diet, I can honestly say it’s really not bad at all and I HATE restrictive diets and ALWAYS fail. That is the main reason why I don’t go on diets and follow the clean eating lifestyle.  It’s way easier and less stressful and more satisfying.  If you’re looking for recipes for maintaining your eat clean lifestyle try The Eat Clean Cookbook or the Clean Eating Magazine.  Both have come in handy this week for giving me ideas and adding variety to my menu choices.

My workout on Day 3 was P90X’s Chest and Back.  No matter how many times I have done this workout I still find it is a challenge.  I started out doing all my pushups on my knees but I’ve gotten quite stronger over the past few weeks and I was able to do my pushups without getting on my knees. I was so proud of myself.  Because I lacked upper body strength I didn’t even bother using the pull up bar to do the back exercises I always used the bands. Since I was starting the final phase of the 90 day workout I decided to graduate to the pull up bar. Although I do the various pull ups using the chair (one of the many variations to performing the pull up exercises), I’m feel stronger and am surprised at how many I can actually do.  For day 4, it’s back to cardio. I will be doing an Insanity workout. I’m not sure if it’s going to be Pure Cardio or Cardio Power Resistance.  It doesn’t matter which Insanity workout I choose they’re all equally challenging.

The Eat – Clean Diet Stripped: Peel Off Those Last 10 Pounds!

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10 Responses to “The Eat Clean Diet Stripped – Lose 10lbs in 28 Days”

  1. July 20, 2011 at 5:50 pm #

    Keep up the great work Angela!

    • July 20, 2011 at 9:36 pm #

      Thanks, Jeff. I’m trying! It’s a difficult journey but I’m hanging in there!

  2. July 20, 2011 at 10:40 pm #

    Hurray for non-diet diets! Thanks for sharing this.

  3. September 28, 2011 at 10:44 pm #

    hey girl, your website is looking really good! I love it!! hows things going?

  4. October 19, 2011 at 7:43 am #

    I love Eat Clean Diet Books… They have so much info in them… Have to eat to lose…. Great info ! Thanks !..

    • October 19, 2011 at 1:10 pm #

      They do have great info and that’s the first place I tell people to start when they want to lose weight. It just gives you the basics and helps you to understand food better. I think people are still stuck on the idea that starving yourself helps you to lose weight. When I tell people how much food I eat and how I eat and I still lose weight or dont gain weight they dont understand.

  5. October 19, 2011 at 10:12 am #

    I LOVE the Eat Clean Diet! For me, it’s not so much about the weight loss as it is about how much better I feel when I’m eating totally clean! I also learned that I am allergic to gluten and dairy when I started, so now I have even more incentive to stay clean! Thanks for the updates!

    • October 19, 2011 at 1:07 pm #

      Yeah, I totally agree. Eating clean helps you to maintain your weight loss is more important for your long term health. It’s ok to treat yourself to a chocolate chip cookie but every day is definitely a No No. The good thing about gluten allergies is that there are alot of alternatives for people now.

  6. October 19, 2011 at 12:12 pm #

    Very nice layout on your blog. What you’re sharing here about non-dieting is SO true. I have seen many of my friends do these crazy diets where they starve themselves only to put the weight back on. It’s all about finding balance 🙂

    • October 19, 2011 at 1:05 pm #

      Thanks! It’s still a work in progress. I agree! I’m so tired of these FAD diets. If one more of my friends tell me they’re on the HCG diet I’m gonna scream! Who can really survive on 500 calories a day? Cmon! I know I cant. I’m 1500- 2000 calorie a day kinda girl! LOL

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