Sample Menu for Anne Collins 14-Day Low Calorie Booster Diet

Sample Menu for Anne Collins 14-Day Low Calorie Booster Diet

Anne Collins' Low Calorie Booster Diet is a 14-day eating plan that speeds up your metabolism for maximum fat loss. Anne Collins is a diet consultant and professional nutritionist who for 25 years has been helping people lose weight.

Anne Collins’ Low Calorie Booster Diet is designed to kick-start your weight loss program, or if you’ve been dieting for a while and have reached a plateau, the Booster Diet can help you shed those last few stubborn pounds. This diet isn’t geared toward long-term weight loss and is most effective for those who have 15 pounds or less to lose.

Diet Basics

The Low Calorie Booster Diet is a 1,000 calorie per day eating plan that fires up your metabolism by keeping your body constantly working. You eat a little bit of nutrition-rich food, often, and that turns your body into an efficient fat burner. This diet is easy to follow and allows you to choose between two options:

Option 1 is designed for home cooking. Option 2 is for those who don’t have time to cook and includes more convenience alternatives. You can mix-and-match and move back and forth between the two plans, as long as you stay within the 1,000 calorie per day limit. Each meal lists precisely how many calories are used so you can substitute items from the substitutions list, if you prefer.

For Breakfast, you’re allowed around 200 calories. You get about 250 calories for lunch and 300 for dinner and you get three snacks. There is also a list of free foods—zero-calorie items that you can use to bulk up your meals to keep you from feeling too hungry.

7-Day Sample Meal Plan

Option 1:

1. Monday

Breakfast: Whole-wheat toast with cheese, tomato
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Salad with chicken
Snack: Fat-free potato chips
Dinner: Pork stir-fry
Snack: fruit

2. Tuesday

Breakfast: Cooked wheat cereal with raisins
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Egg salad sandwich
Snack: Mini-yogurt
Dinner: Chicken burger
Snack: 2-graham crackers

3. Wednesday

Breakfast: Toast with peanut butter and jelly, juice
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Pasta, salad
Snack: 1-slice of deli turkey, carrot sticks
Dinner: Pizza, salad
Snack: Fruit

4. Thursday

Breakfast: Cereal with seeds and raisins
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Soup, crackers, fruit
Snack: Mini-yogurt
Dinner: Cheese and mushroom omelet
Snack: Fruit

5. Friday

Breakfast: Scrambled egg with tomato on toast
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Tuna salad with whole-wheat crackers
Snack: Fat-free potato chips
Dinner: Chicken with barbecue sauce, veggies, graham crackers (for dessert)
Snack: Mini-yogurt

6. Saturday

Breakfast: Cereal
Snack: Mini-yogurt
Lunch: Turkey breast salad
Snack: Fruit
Dinner: Homemade hamburger
Snack: Graham crackers

7. Sunday

Breakfast: Cooked wheat cereal
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Chicken salad
Snack: Fat-free potato chips
Dinner: Veggie stir-fry with rice
Snack: Mini-yogurt

Option 2:

1. Monday

Breakfast: Cereal bar, juice
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: BLT
Snack: 1-ounce fat-free potato chips
Dinner: Tortilla with beans and cheese
Snack: fruit

2. Tuesday

Breakfast: Cereal with fruit
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Fast food sub sandwich
Snack: Mini-yogurt
Dinner: Chicken and mushroom wrap
Snack: 2-graham crackers

3. Wednesday

Breakfast: English muffin with cream cheese
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Pasta, salad
Snack: 1-slice of deli turkey, carrot sticks
Dinner: Pizza, salad
Snack: Fruit

4. Thursday

Breakfast: Cooked wheat cereal
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Baked potato
Snack: Mini-yogurt
Dinner: Broiled salmon, veggies
Snack: Fruit

5. Friday

Breakfast: Cereal bar
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Pasta with tomato sauce
Snack: Fat-free potato chips
Dinner: Veggie burger
Snack: Mini-yogurt

6. Saturday

Breakfast: English muffin
Snack: Mini-yogurt
Lunch: Turkey with lettuce on whole-wheat bun
Snack: Fruit
Dinner: Steak, salad
Snack: Graham crackers

7. Sunday

Breakfast: Cooked wheat cereal
Snack: Fruit
Lunch: Fast food barbeque sandwich
Snack: Fat-free potato chips
Dinner: Tuna on an English muffin
Snack: Mini-yogurt