The Skinny School Diet
by Court under Diet
I created The Skinny School Diet because I was exhausted. I knew I was mistreating my body and I couldn’t control my appetite. I started reading research about appetite control and found out my eating was completely wrong. I was making myself hungrier and hungrier every time I ate.
I can tell you that everything has changed for me. I don’t feel hunger like I used to. I discovered that there are foods that take your appetite away, and those foods are the foundation of this diet. This ‘diet’ is 100% sustainable as a lifestyle.
Foundation Of The Skinny School Diet
Starting with healthy proteins, you can eat as much as you want for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Don’t add a bunch of extra fat while cooking. A small amount of olive oil, coconut oil, or butter is ok. Never add sauces to your protein. Sauces are always some combination of sugars, fats, salt, and/or artificial sweeteners. Salt is ok but I don’t want you getting your salt from sauces.
- Chicken Breast
- Turkey Breast
- Game Hen Breast
- Lean Turkey Burger (under 7% fat)
- Extra Lean Hamburger
- Top Sirloin Steak
- London Broil
- Lean Roasts, etc.
- Any Lean Cut (trimmed of visual fat)
- Pork Chops (trimmed of visual fat)
- Pork Loin
- Pork Loin Roast
- Any Other Fish
- Whole Eggs (limit of three per day)
- Egg Whites
Eating healthy fat is crucial to your continued success on this diet. It will slow down absorption (crucial) of food and will help you to not feel hungry. The Skinny School Diet without the healthy fat will NOT work, so don’t waste your time.
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
- Almond oil
- Peanut oil
- Butter (real butter only, no fake stuff)
- Egg yolks
- Meaty fats (from steak, pork, etc.)
Add 100-200 calories of healthy fat to every meal. Keep in mind that some proteins already contain the fat you’re trying to add to your meals. For example, egg yolks give you fats, as do steaks and pork.
Eat vegetables in unlimited amounts, at any time of the day. Make sure to eat plenty with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Any vegetable is great, with these exceptions: corn, potatoes, and cooked carrots.
- Sweet potatoes
- Beans (black, pinto, white, etc.)
- Fruit (apples, strawberries, etc.)
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