Wednesday, December 19, 2012

The Eat Your Heart Out Diet

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Welcome to the Eat Your Heart Out Diet!
It has been 2 years since we originally posted this to Pinterest and we have watched it grow like wildfire, and we couldn't be happier! We love seeing your success. 


Below is the information you will need to 10 pounds in one week by eating AS MUCH AS YOU WANT! The trick is eating ONLY the allowed foods, on each listed day- this works. 
This is a modified version of a diet we were given by a doctor- its very healthy and very effective. The reason we like this diet is its only 7 DAYS! It is a tough week, but we PROMISE IT WORKS. You get all the nutrients you need throughout the week, just spread out in different days. 

The secret of this diet is that the food eaten takes more calories to burn, than it gives the body- so you can actually eat as much as you want.

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We consider this Eat You Heart Out Diet- PHASE ONE! Of course its just 7 days but its not very realistic to continue this process long term. After PHASE ONE, we suggest moving onto PHASE 2- which is basically sticking to WHOLE30. It is still only eating clean, whole foods - fruits, vegetables, protein and healthy fats- but you can have any of them- any day! This is much more realistic for a long term eating plan and the weight will continue to come off, just a little slower than your jump start week with The Eat Your Heart Out cleanse.

Here are my before afters doing 2 rounds of WHOLE 30.



In a nutshell, you only eat meats, veggies, nuts and healthy oils- with minimal fruit for 30 days. We recommend everyone read It Starts With Food (link in sidebar!) before starting Whole30. This Whole30 Program also lets you 'Eat Your Heart Out' No portion control necessary when you are eating clean, folks! I will be posting Whole30 recipes on this blog! Stay and Check them out HERE.

My sister, the amazingly talented graphic designer-  created this fabulous chart for you to print if you'd like to follow the diet.

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  2. Starting day 4 of this diet(milk & banana day) and I almost feel guilty eating the bananas because I have only lost ONE pound since I began. I have followed this diet to a T but have only lost one sad little pound :(
    I totally feel like a failure. I am hoping by day 7 I will lose some more (even 5 would be okay, but one?) Is anyone else having this problem? This diet is a complete 160 from the diet I have been consuming so I feel like it should benefit my body better and I should be losing more weight.
    If anyone else is in the same spot or can provide some advice please email me jespake@gmail.com

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    1. I eat 15 bananas a day at least, lots of Dates, put coconut sugar in my smoothie, eat watermelons and dig into a bowl of rice or pasta every day. No salt. I've lost 10 pounds and the world is brighter and better, Im more energetic and my skin is clear of red spots I use to have. avg 3000 cals a day at least... lol

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  3. Just wondering if you had a menu?! I would love recipes to keep me going on this diet - like breakfast smoothies/etc. Haven't tried yet but would love to. My email is jennawoodell@gmail.com! Going to take before and after picks and share :)

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  4. I am currently on day 3 and it is going WAY better than day 1 & 2. Actually, I tried to give up on day 2 and ended up eating 1/2 tbl of peanut butter on a Thomas 100% whole wheat thin bagel. After that I decided to get back on track and try to finish. So far I am down a little over 3 lbs. I am 5'5" and starting weight was 139.0. This morning of day 3 I was at 135.6. I will post again with final results if I make it through.

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  5. Is canned tuna ok if you're subbing fish for chicken/turkey? Also, juices like Bolthouse Farms & Naked ok on Days 1-3?

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    1. Noooo...only sugar free...those u listed are full of sugars....

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  6. v-8 for tomatoes? My husband HATES tomatoes....

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  7. What about BBQ sauce on the chicken? It's not creamy, but it is a little sugary...

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    1. Its crucial to stay away from sugary sauces.... use herbs instead...

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  8. I had been wanting to do this diet, but I am breastfeeding, and I seen in your FAQ that you said you shouldn't do it while breastfeeding because you don't eat enough calories. Well finally I just decided to do it. I was eating so bad that I thought it couldn't be any worse than what I was feeding her at the time, and if I wasn't producing enough for her, I had milk frozen that I could feed her! Anyway, I never had to pull out my reserves. I still produced enough and she didn't act any different! I just thought I would share this info. I still probably wouldn't do it if I didn't have any back up milk, just in case, but my baby was perfectly fine while I did it!

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    1. Amanda- thanks for posting about your experience! I'm breastfeeding as well and was planning to go ahead and try it, with the same idea that if I didn't produce enough I would give my daughter frozen milk. How successful were you?

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    2. It's one thing to want to diet for yourself, but to force your baby to suffer too and put their health in danger is sickeningly selfish, you ought to be ashamed.

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    3. Bekky, She is still eating plenty of fruits and veggies so baby will be fine. Chill...

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    4. Bekky, shut the eff up. Don't you have anything better to do with your time than post hipster pictures and belittle people?

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  9. What about dried fruit? As long as it's just the pure fruit dehydrated, it seems like it would be OK. I'm a vegetarian, so I'm going to substitute tofu & Amy's Classic American Veggie Burgers...the protein & fat grams are comparable to a chicken breasts, but slightly higher carbs. I'll keep you posted!

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  10. Hi!
    I'm now on day four of the diet and I am loosing my strength to carry on =S
    It's the second time I have tried it: the first time, last year, I had been trying to loose weight for more than a month, only had 3kg (+/- 7pounds) to go, and only lost 1kg.
    This second time I have not been dieting before, in fact I was not being very healthy at all because I had some important delivery dates and mainly focused on working (which as a student means there were plenty of sugar treats and Red Bulls going on). I am on the end of day 4 and only lost 1kg so far (6 more to get to my normal weight). The main reason of my being worried is that the last time the weight I lost was also during the first 3 days, and then due to the bananas I had constipation for the rest of the diet. I have been following the diet "religiously" and doing my regular workouts but wanted to know if I should try taking some mild laxative so that my body works normally for the rest of the days?
    Sorry if it is a bit of a weird question, but I really don't know what to do, I don't feel like eating tomatoes and fowl only tomorrow if that means not loosing any more weight =S

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    1. Ive noticed that many ppl are mistakenly not filling up on the soup mainly.... and the other fruits n vegetables are ment to go along with u filling up on your soup...try it the correct way....good luck...

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  11. Hi..
    can I substitute the skim milk with 2% milk? If it is possible, how many glasses should I drink? Thank you.

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  12. I have started this diet today!
    This seems to be a pretty easy diet considering i'd probably ate once or twice a day with my busy schedule!
    I'll be sticking to the diet and doing exactly what it says! No substitutions, like you have posted a million times to other bloggers :)
    5'4 at 148.4 lbs

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  13. I did this diet last week and lost 10 pounds. I did not find it difficult and was not hungry at all. I am trying it again this week! It is perfect for a jumpstart for beginning a lifestyle change for sure.

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  14. Hey I just wanted to write something quick for those who are quite skeptical of losing so much in one week. My brother was a wrestler in high school and his doctor and trainers/coaches agreed that losing 1 lb a day and no more than 10lbs in a week is healthy or at the very least not risky for your health (unless you are at your healthy weight for your body or underweight--obviously). And of course if you plan to lose more than ~15 lbs you should speak to your doctor first and ask all your questions and make sure your body can handle your plan. The important thing is to understand what is a healthy weight for your height and body type and to listen to your body!

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  15. I started this this morning after realizing clothes that fit me the last time the weather was warm are just a little to tight for my liking. All I've got to say so far is man, I'm still so hungry, no matter how much fruit I eat! At least it's all tasty so far.

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  16. Hi! I started the diet today and I was wondering about using condiments and extra sauces during some of the other days. What are the requirements to use something off the diet? Low fat, low cal, low sugar? Please let me know! I'm trying to think of recipes I can use during some of these difficult days, thanks!

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  17. This is the best diet plan I have ever found! I have always had problems at losing weight (but none at putting it on, of course) and now that I'm over 40 it's even harder. I've done this diet for two weeks and lost about 3 pounds so far - which might be disappointing for somebody, but not for me because I know my body really loves its fat!! Even if it is going a bit slower than hoped, it is steadily going down, which is actually very promising. And I made substituions, too: I can't eat meat, so decided to eat cod instead, because it is very similar to chicken or turkey as far as calories, fats, carbs, fibers and all. And I always drink lots of infusions and also coffee (no sugar nor milk added, of course). So I'm making it cosier and still effective for me :)
    As a comparison: I tried one of those diets where you have to have a protein drink twice a day and then eat a meal, and I lost only 1/2 pound a week, eating nothing but vegetable soup at meals! That's how hard it is for me to lose weight, and that's why I love this plan. Thank you :))))))

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  18. Where's my head? I have lost 12 pounds so far, not 3!! Conversions between kilos and pounds are not my strenght :P

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  19. Started this Yesterday and so far it is easy. I miss cheese. Lol if this had cheese i could stay on this eating habit permanently. I was wondering though. Does Juice count on fruit days? When I say juice I mean 100% concentrate and water no sugar added or anything but fruit and water. I use all organic and am drinking green tea. hot water with lemon. I have lost just over 3 pounds already. It is exciting I went from 143 - to just at 139 It is so Good to see results. I am hoping to do this again next week ending the week of my wedding. :) thank you for sharing!

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  21. Hi I'm have tomatoes day tomorrow and was wondering do have they have to be raw or is cooking them in a sauce with the chiken is that ok?

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  22. Has anyone ever gotten sick from this diet? This is the morning of my 3rd day and I woke up at 5 a.m. and had to throw up.. :/ Any recommendations on what I should do? Stay with the diet or pass on it for now? retrogirl24@yahoo.com

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    1. I am on day 2, I felt so sick tomy stomach last night had to get up and drink some water, I was starving eventhough I ate fruit all day long. Today I kept eating almost all day on veggie day, at dinner I felt a little gaggy again lol I lke veggies but only eat 1 or 2 a day not 15 haha I wonder if it's just the change ot your body, no sugar, I drink tea with sugar and also like my frappes 2x a week. I was thinking the lack of sugar was making me feel sick. Lisa_ann42@hotmail.com

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  24. What was your starting weight when you first did this diet?

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  26. Is margerine ok on the baked potato, or should it be real butter? If so, does it need to be salted or unsalted?

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  27. I am also allergic to bananas. If it is the potassium that is needed for day 4, here is a list of fruits high in potassium. I plan on starting Monday and substituting most bananas with the fruits listed...... http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/high-potassium-fruits.php

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  28. I plan to start this on Sunday. I see people are referring to a list of reccomended fruits and veggies but I don't see it. Am a missing something. Thanks so much, Amanda

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  29. Is it okay to use canned chicken broth, low sodium? My mom makes "green soup" that has spinach, kale, etc and chicken broth. I was hoping to eat during veggie days. Thanks!

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  30. Thanks for all the great advise and info. I am on day three and have lost four pounds!! Its a little difficult for me int he afternoons; that's my usual snacking time, but I have managed. Looking forward to the end result!!

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  31. Can you give me for example what do u eat for breakfast and lunch and dinner pesifically for day 1 and the rest of the days PLEASE i dont understand

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  33. I have a question, I'm on day 2. I need some kind of energy. I take this stuff called spark from Advocare its powder and gives you enegry. You put it in your water. I was just wondering if i can still do that.

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  34. When I read your comment, what came to me is that this is a woman who's very physically active, eats a healthy diet but doesn't love herself.how many calories should I eat

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  35. Perhaps a helpful tidbit for those that hate bananas: try peeling, slicing them and freezing them. Their flavor and consistency changes. You can also mash them and freeze them for an "ice cream" treat.

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  37. so day 4, can i have both yogurt and skim milk? or do i have to pick one?

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  38. I'm on day 6 and it's going surprisingly well! I've already lost 6 pounds. I'm also super excited to read that I can do egg whites today, so I'll definitely be having that tonight! I think so much of eating is mental and I'd really convinced my brain that I NEEDED all those carbs and sugars, but seeing that I'm feeling basically normal on none of that has shown me that I need soooo much less than I thought I did. Thanks for posting this diet! (I'll update with final results on Thursday!)

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  39. so i began the diet yesterday...today i'm on day 2...am also doing the squat challenge on day 2 of that as well...yesterday killed me...especially while cooking dinner...lol...am pretty good at sticking with my normal diet, so i think i'll be ok...& besides, it's only for a week, right???

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  44. I have followed this diet for abuot 4 months, taking it very easy (I always had black coffe and lots of herbal tea, I ate cod instead of chicken/turkey, and on Sundays I ate what I chose) and I have lost 30 lbs in total. I was ready to stop it at any time, if I felt weak, or sick, or whatever. I didn't: I am feeling great an I am full of energy; I am running, having yoga and aqua-cycling classes. I am 41, and always had problems losing my extra pounds - which were a few!! Thanks :)

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  45. On the fowl days, can we make sandwiches out of sandwich meat?

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  46. The banana day & milk day was my favorite up to now...i made smoothies just blending banana and milk and little cinnamon amazing!!!! also you can make fruity yogurt which is also very nice :)
    breakfast: microwave banana with cinnamon and little milk mash it up and it divine :D
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    I am on day 6 now and i just had my scramble eggs (no yolks) together with blended tomato (just blend tomato remove some of the juice put it in a hot fry pan and let it warm for 4 min add oregano and scramble eggs (remove the yolks)nice scramble eggs with tomato for breakfast :D

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  49. So we should have the souo everyday or just on day 7??

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  51. Ok so I decided to give this a try, but I have a couple of questions. On day 7 is the soup the only thing you eat and can I switch out the beefy mix for chicken?

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  52. This may be a stupid question, but do add the days together? Like on day 4, do you do just do bananas and milk or do you add it to your fruits and vegetables and chicken? And also, on day 7, do you eat just the soup all day and are you suppose to eat all of it over the course of the day?

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  60. Questionnn. Can I use a little salt for the vegies?

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  61. Is it ok to eat mushrooms on days 2 and 3? I've done this "diet" a handful of times and while I'm always successful, now I'm wondering if I should be eating mushrooms on those days since I'm reading that they aren't really considered to be a vegetable. But I love them!...thoughts??

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  62. Can you have cabbage soup everyday? Can you have coffee? Thanks, Anna

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  65. I definitely want to try this! I have so far lost 20 plus pounds on my own, eating healthy and working out consistently. I think this would be a good refresher during my journey! My question is in regards to Day 7... Am I eating this soup all day and as much as I want as well, can I eat any fruits on this day?
    What about coffee? If its black will that be ok, this lady can't survive without caffeine lol

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  66. how old do you need to be to try this diet?

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  68. I had a terrible year last year, a surgery that caused blood clots to my lungs and a saddle that almost ended my life. Ihave not been able to walk all year (I had an ankle fusion) I am just now beginning to feel a change, finally :( and I hope to jump start the weight I gained last year due to no weight baring for months on end then 1/2 a month in the hospital. I am on the end of Day 2, Day 1 was horrible I was starving even though I was eating as much as I could I felt really nauseated, woke up at night so hungry and sick to my stomach, didn't eat anything sucked it up and went back to bed. Today was better I ate all day though, veggie this and veggie that mostly steaming my veggies with spray Pam butter and salt/garlic. tongith was happy I could add a potato with my sprouts/broccoli/carrots, I again am feeling a bit sick to my stomach and still a bit hungry I guess this goes with the territory? I'm dying for a cup of tea or coffee lol but I only like ti with milk sugar. Do you think I'm feeling sick due to not having sugar? I will find out what I weigh tomorrow on the 3rd day only because I have a doc appt. I'm curious. I haven't been able to lose a pound all year. and I'm way over weight. I hope this jump starts me.

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  73. Hi Ashley, I cheated today - day three. should i just start over or pick up where i left off? opps

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  75. I just started this diet this morning as a sort of cleanse from all of the junk I've been eating. So far it's working great and have had a variety of fruits to keep me excited. I am curious though, sorry if someone has already asked I didn't get to read all the comments, but are you allowed to have coffee? I love my morning dose of coffee. I also drink green tea and was wondering if that was ok.

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  76. Im starting this next week, i drink about a pot of coffee a day, can i still drink coffee while doing this?

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  77. I'm going to be on day 5 tomorrow. Are there any substitutions for tomatoes? I'm not a big fan.

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  78. I'm just wondering if its a good idea to go to the gym during this diet? And is tea a big no no?

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  81. Do you eat the soup everyday or just the last day?

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  82. 1 question from me :) can I change chicken for not fatty fish? Like cod or trout? Or at least eggs? Tofu? Something else than meat :D I'm at day 3 btw and it's going ok ^^

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