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V-Diet Light


#1

How would I maximize Vdiet Lite? Should I just do 1 meal or 2 meals with 2 shakes? Can I modify and do 3 shakes a day with 1 meal and what time would be best (afternoon or evening?). I am nervous about crossfitting and being on a “diet”, that I won’t have enough energy??


#2

[quote]aapatroc wrote:
How would I maximize Vdiet Lite? Should I just do 1 meal or 2 meals with 2 shakes? Can I modify and do 3 shakes a day with 1 meal and what time would be best (afternoon or evening?). I am nervous about crossfitting and being on a “diet”, that I won’t have enough energy??[/quote]

Ideally, have a solid healthy meal in the evening, last meal of the day. Use workout nutrition during WODs (<a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma, <a href="http://www.T-Nation.com/store/products/MAG-10"target=“new”>MAG-10 or <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/surge-workout-fuel"target=“new”>Surge Workout Fuel). The rest of the meals are Metabolic Drive shakes. That could be 2-3 depending on various factors.


#3

Chris,

I’m starting the process as soon as my order arrives (probably Tuesday), how does this look?

Meal 1 (am)-Shake
meal 2 (early afternoon)-Shake
snack-fiber bar
Meal 3 evening (HSM)- tofu, vegetables, eggs, salad?
Meal 4 late evening-Shake
taking a few of the mentioned supplements during the day


#4

The schedule looks fine, and feel free to tweak it as you go along. Also, be sure to read the ingredient list of the snack bar. Those are quite often cleverly disguised junk food. I’d also avoid tofu given all the negative effects of soy protein. We have several articles on this in the archives. You may also need some extra healthy fats; Flameout, avocado, and coconut oil would be fine additions.