you will probably lose weight, but you wont be doing the V-Diet.
this isnt an attack on you, because i can see how what you propose seems reasonable…so this isnt targeting you, but id like to see some debate about the underlying principle here.
all you (and by this i mean anyone wanting to alter the plan) have done is rationalised your way out of doing the full diet, because it was a little too trying to not eat.
because we are hardcore and the cheat is a healthy meal does not make us any different from the weight watchers member sneaking a cheeky french fry.
you set out to follow a plan. you excused yourself from following that plan. you failed. you learn nothing.
I couldnt for one second contemplate cheating/altering in this plan. Especially when the fundimental purpose is to clense yourself of these sorts of rationalisations.
if you just want to lose 15 pounds thats fine, just dont call it the V-Diet. The challenge you pose yourself is the thing that makes this programme different from fad short term ‘squeeze into your wedding dress’ plans.