What to Eat on The Leptin Diet
When you eat is important, and so is what you eat. Eat a variety of fresh, organic foods that give you good energy. It's important to cut out the chemicals and additives and eat REAL food.Eat Satisfying, Delicious Meals
Don't be calorie obsessed, or calorie ignorant - know the content of the foods you usually eat. Keep each meal between 400 to 600 calories with general ratios of:
40 percent fat
30 percent carbohydrates
30 percent protein
Eat 50 to 75 percent of your ideal body weight in grams of protein per day.How much fiber?
Include 35 to 50 grams of fiber per day.No Snacks.
No snacking between meals; it's just a bad habit.
Try beverages with no calories and no artificial sweeteners: Plain hot or iced tea Black coffee Lemon water Avoid: Soda pop, including diet sodas Flavored waters with artificial sweeteners (Splenda, Crystal Lite) Soy foods/drinks (soy irritates the thyroid gland and can inhibit weight loss) Energy drinks
Drink 8 to 16 oz. of water; hunger and thirst signals are often confused. Take LeptiSlim® between meals to ward off hunger. To combat afternoon energy slump take a Leptin Control Pack® supplement packet in the afternoon.* Busy yourself with activities away from food.Exercise on The Leptin Diet
Moderate exercise turns on your genes and facilitates healthy leptin function and metabolism. Consistency is more important than intensity. Start out slowly and increase your efforts gradually; do enough to feel refreshed and support your weight loss effort.
Nutritional Supplements on The Leptin Diet
High quality nutritional supplements can help increase energy, reduce food cravings, improve hormone balance, and improve metabolism. They make getting started and staying on track easier. Plus, they can help you get beyond a weight loss plateau.* View supplements >