Alright alright alright! Heyyyy Fit-Vibers <3

So, the last “fad diet” that I did was the “Master Cleanse,” and you can watch my full review here:

Honestly, even though the Master Cleanse was hardddd assss hellllllll, I’d do it again and again and again! I absolutely loved the results. I did notice that a lot of people were interested in joining me, but I didn’t really say I was doing the cleanse until the day before I started. This however didn’t give a lot of people enough time to prepare.

So for this diet, I’m doing things a little differently. I feel like the more “accountability” partners you have, the harder it is to quit. So beginning Monday, I will start the 3-day Military Diet.

As I was researching what this diet was, and all that the meal plan included, I quickly thought to myself, “OH HELL YEA, I’M DOING THIS, AND I WANT YOU TO JOIN ME!”

What is the Military Diet? It’s 3 meals a day, for 3 days. A specific 3-day meal plan that guarantees weight loss up to 10lbs. Sounds good right? Learn more here:

what you’ll need for the full 3 days:


4 slices whole wheat bread
2 tablespoons of peanut butter
1 grapefruit
3 cans of tuna
3 oz of protein (chicken, beef, turkey, etc.)
1 cup of green beans
2 bananas
2 apples
3c of vanilla ice cream
3 eggs
10 saltine crackers
2 hot dogs
1/2 cup of carrots
1/2 cup of broccoli
1 slice of cheddar cheese
1c of cottage cheese
and of course unlimited water :)


Breakfast: one slice of whole wheat toast w/ two tbsp of peanut butter, 1/2 grapefruit and a cup of coffee/tea
Lunch: one slice of whole wheat toast, 1/2 cup of tuna, and a cup of coffee/tea
Dinner: 3oz of protein, 1c of green beans, 1 apple, 1/2 banana and a cup of vanilla ice cream


Breakfast: one slice of whole wheat toast, 1 egg and 1/2 banana
Lunch: 1 cup of cottage cheese, 1 hardboiled egg, and 5 saltine crackers
Dinner: 2 hot dogs (no bun) 1/2c carrots, 1/2c broccoli, 1/2 banana, and 1/2 cup of vanilla ice cream


Breakfast: one slice of cheddar cheese, 1 apple, and 5 saltine crackers
Lunch: one slice of whole wheat bread and 1 egg
Dinner: 1 cup of tuna, 1/2 banana, and 1 cup of vanilla ice cream

See ya on Monday!!


  1. Brieonia Harris says:

    What can we substitute for the cottage cheese ?? #notafan lol

    1. Ryen Watkins says:

      Lol, me either! 1 cup of cottage cheese has about 30g of protein, 8g of carbs, and is only 230 calories. You should be able to substitute it with greek yogurt, and eat the same amount that will give you the same macros.. So eat enough yogurt to supplement 30g of protein, 8g of carbs and make sure it isn’t more than 230 calories.

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