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The 10 Day Miracle Diet

by Helene Mansion
(Adelaide, Australia)

Here, is the swiftest safe slimming program that is scientifically sound — a diet that wages lightning warfare against fat in true blitzkrieg fashion!.

It is a low-calorie, high-protein diet with sufficient carbohydrate to burn up fat but it contains an absolute minimum of foods furnishing fat calories since your object is to consume these from your ample corporeal reserve.

10 Days — 10 Pounds!

The fatter you are, the more you can expect to lose on this diet. The average overweight person who is reasonably active physically can anticipate an actual fat loss of about 5 pounds in 10 days.

Total loss of weight should be even greater and immensely gratifying. An average loss of a pound a day, or a total of 10 pounds at the end of the io-day period is not too much to hope for as the readjusting tissues begin to eliminate surplus water.

Your actual weight loss will depend upon physical activity, previous caloric diet level, rate of metabolism, tendency of tissues to retain water, and other factors.

In rare cases of extreme water retention it may take four or five more days to show maximum weight loss, but when it does show up it often does so with pleasing suddenness.

If you don’t get results on this diet—we hate to say it —the suspicion is in order that you’re doing between-meal “piecing” or sneaking in an extra snack here and there. At its level of approximately 750 calories, weight loss is inevitable.

Take as much water, black coffee or clear tea as you wish.

Restrict salt, though this is unnecessary unless there is actual water retention.

Use saccharin for sweetening coffee or tea.

Use lemon or orange in tea.

Use salt, pepper and vinegar in salad dressings.

Take a daily teaspoon of baking soda in water to guard against possible acidosis.

Take a daily tablespoon of calcium phosphate for mineral values if your doctor approves.

Change the order of foods within the day. Use the milk allowance in coffee or tea.

Add white of a second egg to egg portions for greater satisfaction, few calories.

Change the order of a day’s complete menu from one day to another if it helps you better to utilize cans of opened foods. Substitute one meat for another (but retain the two servings of liver).

Use buttermilk instead of skim milk.

You Must:

Boil or poach eggs (any method except frying). Broil, boil, bake or roast meats, never fry them.

Use water-packed apricots, peaches, etc., or drain off the heavy syrup.

Eat only the lean portion of meats.

You Must Not

Use mayonnaise or oil dressings (mineral oil is permissible but may prevent Vitamin A absorption from vegetables; Vitamin Cocktail guards against this).

Use sugar or butter, cream or fats in foods or their preparation.

Omit items (except coffee or tea) or eat less food than is allowed per day.

Continue the diet beyond ten days without your doctor’s permission, or begin it if he advises against rapid reduction (the diet is perfectly safe for anyone in normal health).

Vitamin Cocktail

This tasty and vitamin-packed little drink is a valuable accessory to any reducing diet—splendid even if you aren’t reducing, for that matter.

It is rich in Vitamins A, C, the B complex, and D, and guards against deficiency of these essentials in restricted diets.

The calorie value is negligible considering its vitamin richness. Mix fresh daily and serve chilled.

Mix a tablespoon of dried brewer’s yeast with five drops of haliver oil with viosterol (or other A and D concentrate) in ½ glass of tomato juice.

Substitute other fruit juices if you prefer; some persons find milk a more pleasing vehicle than juices. Or you may prefer to munch brewer’s yeast tablets, take one liver oil capsule per day, and include citrus juices for all-around vitamin protection.

FIRST DAY—MONDAY

Breakfast
6 halves canned or stewed apricots
Black coffee

Lunch
Broiled hamburger, 2 patties
Generous lettuce, tomato and cucumber salad
2 glass whole milk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
Vitamin Cocktail or grapefruit juice
Lean steak, broiled
½ cup string beans
Raw celery, 4 stalks
Coffee or tea

SECOND DAY—TUESDAY

Breakfast
1 egg, boiled or poached
1 slice whole wheat bread or toast
Coffee

Lunch
1 egg, boiled or poached
Asparagus, 8-10 stalks
2 glass skim milk or buttermilk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
1 cup clear consommé
Liver, beef or calf, large serving, pan broiled
½ cup cauliflower
½ sliced tomato
Coffee or tea

THIRD DAY— WEDNESDAY

Breakfast
Vitamin Cocktail or tomato juice
Coffee

Lunch
Lean broiled steak
½ cup string beans
Coleslaw
½ glass whole milk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
1 cup bouillon
2 pork chops, broiled, lean meat only
½ cup stewed celery
Mixed green salad: endive, onion, lettuce, green pepper, radish, cucumber, to suit
Coffee or tea

FOURTH DAY-THURSDAY

Breakfast
1 egg, boiled or poached
1 slice whole wheat bread or toast
Coffee

Lunch
1 egg boiled or poached
½ cup spinach, broccoli or beet greens
Raw celery, 4 stalks
½ glass skim milk

Dinner
1 cup bouillon
Broiled chicken (lean meat of ½ broiler)
Tossed salad: lettuce, tomato, cucumber,
radish, chopped parsley 1 sliced orange Coffee or tea

FIFTH DAY-FRIDAY

Breakfast
1 egg, boiled or poached
1 slice whole wheat toast or bread
Coffee

Lunch
Poached egg on spinach
½ cup cauliflower
½ glass skim milk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
1 cup clear consommé
Liberal serving of fish with lemon
(Haddock, sole, halibut, cod,
whitefish, etc., but not oily fishes
such as salmon or tuna)

Raw salad: shredded cabbage, grated carrot,
chopped parsley and green pepper
Coffee or tea

SIXTH DAY—SATURDAY

Breakfast
1 sliced orange
Coffee

Lunch
Lean steak, broiled
Coleslaw
½ cup string beans
½ glass whole milk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
Vitamin Cocktail or tomato juice
2 lamb chops or
2 small pork chops, broiled, lean meat only
Asparagus, 8-10 stalks Coffee or tea

SEVENTH DAY—SUNDAY

Breakfast
Vitamin Cocktail or grapefruit juice
1 egg boiled or poached
Coffee

Dinner
1 cup consommé
Serving lean roast beef, or
½ breast of chicken
½ cup broccoli or beet greens Sliced tomato on lettuce
Coffee or tea

Dinner
2 slices lean beef from Sunday roast
½ cup string beans
½ glass whole milk
2 halves canned peaches (or 1fresh)
Coffee or tea

EIGHTH DAY—MONDAY

Breakfast
1 egg, boiled or poached
1 slice whole wheat bread or toast
Coffee

Lunch
1 egg, boiled or poached
½ cup stewed tomatoes
1 cup shredded cabbage with chopped
parsley and green pepper
½ glass skim milk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
Vitamin Cocktail or orange juice
2 broiled veal chops, lean meat only
½ cup stewed celery
½ grapefruit
Coffee or tea

NINTH DAY—TUESDAY

Breakfast
Sliced tomato on green lettuce leaves
Coffee

Lunch
Broiled hamburger, 2 patties
1 cup boiled cabbage
½ glass whole milk

Dinner
Vitamin Cocktail or tomato juice
Liver, beef or calf, large serving, pan broiled
½ cup spinach, or beet greens Raw celery, 4 stalks
Coffee or tea

TENTH DAY—WEDNESDAY

Breakfast
½ grapefruit Coffee
Lunch
2 boiled or poached eggs
Coleslaw
½ cup stewed tomatoes ½ glass skim milk
Coffee or tea

Dinner
1 cup clear consommé
2 slices lean roast beef or lamb

Salad: lettuce, cucumber and tomato
with chopped parsley Coffee or tea
and weigh yourself tomorrow morning!

Over equal periods of time, the Miracle Diet should reduce you just as swiftly as out-and-out fasting. And you’ll be much happier about the whole thing.

When the body is completely starved for longer than a brief period, it slows down its metabolism in order to conserve its substance—whereas your object, as a weight reducer, is to use up that substance.

Eventually, of course, a starved body must begin to draw upon its reserves of flesh and the breakdown of these substances results in accumulations of acid products which do not have sufficient minerals and buffers to neutralize them because there has been no food intake.

It is unlikely that a one-day fast could injure you, if you are in normal health and the idea has any appeal, but the benefits (aside from psychological ones) are dubious from any long-term point of view and physicians who favor rapid reducing diets do not prescribe fasts.

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Updated: November 1, 2012 — 7:25 pm

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