I’m on day two of the juice fast, which is essentially a baby food diet. I even went and bought a bunch of those baby food squeeze pouches.
So far I’ve lost 0.6 pounds, or just a little more than a half a pound in one day. I’m hoping that my weigh in tomorrow will reflect better results. I started at 145.0 and I’m now at 144.4 after 50 minutes of cardio and time in the sauna today at the gym.
GOING ON THE BABY FOOD DIET
Lots of the baby food pouches have everything you need: Lots of vitamins and they’re super healthy for you. My daughter doesn’t like them, but she’s going through a typical picky toddler phase.
The baby food diet is a pretty popular diet. Many celebrities are in to it. Here is a list:
- Gwenneth Paltrow
- Reese Witherspoon
- Lady Gaga
- Jennifer Aniston
WHAT IS THE BABY FOOD DIET?
Celebrity personal trainer Tracy Anderson swears by the baby food diet, and it’s not very complicated. Many people have been blending their meals and drinking them down. Heck, you can blend a cheeseburger and drink it if you wanted.
Call it what you want. In a nutshell, it’s a juice/liquid/pureed/baby food type of diet. It gives your body a break from solid foods. You’re basically giving yourself liquid foods consisting of pureed meat, veggies, and fruits.
HOW LONG DO YOU DRINK YOUR FOOD?
I was only planning on doing a liquid juice diet for 3 days. However, now that I’ve discovered the baby food diet is a real thing…ha ha, I may continue. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I’m not going to be doing it forever. But, replacing breakfast, lunch, or dinner for a pureed meal instead of a solid one is okay. Everything in moderation. Essentially pureed liquid meals are a lifestyle choice I’ll make until I’m at my desired weight. Of course, I will also be exercising in addition to replacing one or two solid meals for a type of baby food diet or liquid meal.