Lose 24 pounds in 2 weeks. All you need is the boiled egg diet

Pedro Marrero
Apr 16, 2018
08:54 P.M.
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The amazing boiled egg diet will accelerate your metabolism and burn fat while curbing your daily cravings.


You are not alone in your struggle to lose weight. It is estimated that a whopping 77 percent of Americans are trying to lose weight or maintain it. Some diets do not work, but this boiled egg diet will show amazing results within 14 days if you stick with it.

The boiled egg diet is a low-carbohydrate, low-calorie, but protein-heavy diet. It’s designed to help aid in weight loss without sacrificing the protein needed to build muscles.

According to an Organic Health Portal report, like its name suggests, this diet emphasizes the consumption of eggs as a main source of protein. There are a number of benefits to point out regarding this simple egg diet.


For one, it doesn’t require you to buy a lot of products that might eat up your money. Second of all, this diet has been shown to increase metabolism and decrease the amount of fat in the body and you get all the amazing health benefits of eggs.



In the traditional version of the egg diet, you’ll eat eggs or another source of lean protein like chicken or fish at every meal. Low-carb veggies or grapefruit are included in breakfast and dinner.

Suddenly shifting to a high-protein, low-carb diet can be difficult for the digestive system to adjust to. You may experience nausea, constipation, flatulence, and bad breath as a result.

Here is the best boiled-egg diet you can follow for a week while you are trying to lose weight:

Breakfast: Eat two eggs (or more, depending on your weight and hunger level) along with a medium-sized piece of fruit such as an orange or grapefruit.


Lunch: Eat one or more eggs or a small serving size of lean protein such as chicken or fish.

Dinner: Eat one or more eggs along with one or more servings of vegetables and another small piece of fruit for dessert.

For snacks, salads and other low-carb veggies such as lettuce, spinach, cucumbers, kale, cauliflower, peppers, avocados, and eggplant are allowed to be eaten as often as needed.


During the diet, it’s vital to drink a lot of water. Water keeps our bodies hydrated and nourishes the cells so they can eliminate toxins. The recommended amount of water is 6-8 glasses per day and drinking plenty of water will also prevent cravings and help you lose weight.

Because eggs have no fiber, you’ll need to be careful to include other foods that do have ample amounts. This way, you won’t temporarily impair bowel function or starve your healthy gut bacteria.

Eggs are also very high in cholesterol with 186 grams or 63 percent of the daily recommended value. However, research has shown that it’s not the cholesterol in foods to worry about for heart health, but rather saturated and trans fats.