DOUBLE Your Fatloss Today (Make These 2 Simple "Switches")

    When you were back in elementary school, you probably learned all about the Food Pyramid.  Somehow though, decades later, the food pyramid remained almost identical to what it was back then.

    Grains, consisting of breads, cereal, rice, and pasta, formed the base of the food pyramid.  According to the USDA, for a period of nearly 20 years, more than 50% of your diet was supposed to come from carbohydrates.

    Bad advice.  FATTENING advice.

    Unfortunately, government agencies and the US education system are very slow to accept new research and make the necessary changes to their recommendations.

    4 Food GroupsBut today, we applaud them.  You see, the recommendations of the recently released and updated government nutrition guidelines, the “My Plate” system, actually AREN’T absurd.

    Now, the USDA is recommending that 50% of the diet come from fruits and vegetables and a more moderate 30% from grains.

    And despite the bone-head “nutritionists” who seem to think that protein is unnecessary, the USDA’s My Plate system increases protein from virtually non-existent in their previous recommendations to 20% of the diet.

    So, leaps and bounds above the archaic Food Pyramid… but, it still has issues.


    How We’d Make the My Plate System Better


    Although the My Plate system is a dramatic improvement over the old recommendations, it still has quite a few shortcomings.

    First, the My Plate system has no real place for healthy fats like nuts, oils, and organic dairy products like butter and cream, etc. Healthy fats are a critical part of any diet, and certainly not “sparingly” as the old pyramid recommended. Make sure you are getting your fair share (about 25% of calories).

    Next, we’d decrease grains down to 15%.  Really, there are only 2 meals a day where we think you should even consider eating grains, and that’s your first meal (breakfast) and the meal after your workout as it’s these two times of day that research has proven glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity to be highest.

    Next, we’d increase protein intake from 20% to at least 35%.  There are SO many benefits to increasing protein intake, such as an increased thermic effect of feeding (i.e. you burn more calories just by eating more protein), better blood sugar control, a decrease in body fat, and an increase in calorie-burning lean muscle.

    Simply by decreasing your grain intake while simultaneously increasing your body’s ability to process carbohydrates, along with increasing your overall protein consumption, you’ll be well on your way to DOUBLING your fat loss results.

    Want another quick tip that will get you even better, FASTER results?  Just follow our “sneaky” 21-day eating trick for RAPID fat loss and you’ll be on your way to losing 10, 15, or even 20+ pounds of unwanted blubber in just 3 short week!

    ==> Follow this 21-day eating trick for RAPID fatloss (start this today) 

    To your success!


    10 comments - Add Yours

    1. Hello,
      I take an anti depressant called Effexor for anxiety. I need to lose about 30lbs in the next 30 days and would like to know if: a. will the one day diet be a good option for me? b. what supplements would you suggest in addition to the diet? c. what other recommendations you would suggest to help me reach my goal? ie hours of sleep, types of exercise… Thanks in advance!!

      • Hi Natalie. Thank you for your questions today. I would be more than happy to address these for you.

        I do want to mention that any information that we provide should not replace the recommendations of your regular physician or health care provider. Since we are not privy to your medical history, we would always advise anyone taking any prescribed medications, to obtain prior approval from your prescribing physician before including any of our products in your diet.

        With that being said, the One Day Diet program is considered safe and effective for most healthy adults, and we have seen significant results from many of our customers, myself included. The program itself has some supplement recommendations, as well as exercises that would help facilitate your weight loss.

        If you are looking for more specific instructions, or guidance from one of the expert Coaches on our Community Forum, you are more than welcome to register here:

        BioTRUST Forum

        Thanks for stopping by, Natalie.

    2. I plan to buy the BioTrust Protein and plan to replace 2 meals a day, I eat clean anyways so my last meal would more than likely be lean meat and steamed veggies (I do not eat breads and such) My question is: I am up at 3:30 and at work before 5am – My normal dinner is at 3:30pm when I get home from work. I workout about 6 and am in bed by 8:00pm. At what times should I consume my shakes?

      • Hi Tammy,

        Thanks so much for stopping by and for sharing your questions with us. We truly appreciate the opportunity to help!

        Are you planning to follow the One Day Diet? It’s not necessary to do so, but knowing that may be helpful in most accurately addressing your questions. 🙂

        Along these lines, in this thread over at the BioTrust Community Forums we explain the basic tenets of the One Day Diet and how one might adapt it to fit his/her schedule. For example, you might work “backwards” from your last meal to figure when you should have your first smoothie.

        If 3:30pm is your final feeding of the day, then your first meal/smoothie of the day may be between 7:30am – 9:30am (and your second around 11:30am or 12:30pm). This is just one example. Alternatively, you may decide that you want to have one of your smoothies after your workout, which may be a very good idea for recovery and to support your calorie-burning lean muscle mass.

        In this case, you might have your last smoothie at 7 or 7:30pm, which means that you’d want to have your first smoothie around 11:30am or 12pm. These are just some examples, but you could also simply have two BioTrust Low Carb smoothies in your current feeding schedule. In post #12 of this thread, we share some helpful recipes.

        Also, I’d highly recommend that you consider registering for our free Online Coaching Community. There you can ask questions, get free coaching help, give and get support, and much more!

        I hope that you find this helpful, Tammy! If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to let us know.


        Tim Skwiat
        Senior Nutrition and Exercise Coach

    3. If I’m doing the one day diet could I also use the leptiburn pills?

      • Hello Lindsey,

        Thanks so much for reaching out to us! It is truly our privilege to provide you with honest and research-driven health information.

        You most certainly can take LeptiBurn while following the One Day Diet. We recommend you take two capsules upon waking up and two capsules mid-afternoon. If you have your first meal of the day at noon, you can either take your second dose 30 minutes before noon or about three hours after your feeding.

        The effectiveness of LeptiBurn is not reliant on eating within 30 minutes. Quite the contrary — we recommend waiting at least 30 minutes to eat after dosing with LeptiBurn in order to give the ingredients time to absorb. So, taking LeptiBurn on an empty stomach and going right into your fast should result in no adverse effects.

        I hope this helps, Lindsey. Please let us know if you need further assistance.


        Brian Murray
        Nutrition and Exercise Coach

    4. Hi,
      Due to the medication I must take approximately 12 hours appart for the several conditions that I have. Must have food to eat with the medication or will develop gastric ulcers. @ Present use a milkshake in first around 5:45 AM and then one @ Noon and meal around 5:15PM. Will I still achieve the effects you mention in the One day diet?

      • Hi Evelyn,

        Thank you so much for reaching out to us and for offering us the opportunity to help you. Arguably, part of the effectiveness of the One Day Diet is the intermittent fasting component. Here are some of the benefits:


        blood lipids (triglycerides, cholesterol)
        blood pressure
        oxidative stress
        risk of cancer


        cellular turnover and repair
        fat burning
        growth hormone release
        metabolic rate


        appetite control
        blood sugar control
        cardiovascular function
        effectiveness of chemotherapy

        That being said, it’s completely understandable that you have to adapt the plan to meet your medical needs. My suggestion would be to try the plan as you’ve outlined for 2 – 4 weeks to see how it will work for you. Overall, if you keep the food choices, amounts, etc., the same, you should still achieve the results that you desire.

        Please keep us posted with your progress, Evelyn. We’re here to help and happy to do so. I also encourage you to visit the BioTrust Online Community as an additional resource and for free coaching assistance.

        Thanks, Evelyn!


        Tim Skwiat
        BT Head Trainer

    5. I just read the 1 day every day diet, the one you fast until noon but what if I am hypoglicemic? That one eats every few hours.

      • Hi Rebecca,

        Thanks so much for reaching out to us and for offering us the opportunity to help you. It is truly our privilege to be your resource for honest nutrition and health information.

        Before beginning any nutrition or exercise program, we recommend that you consult with your physician for proper approval. That being said, the One Day Diet is one of many options available for you to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. While there are folks like yourself who have successfully implemented and followed this way of eating, it can be adapting to meet your individual needs if you are concerned about your blood sugar dropping too low.

        As it is written, the diet plan suggests a 6-hour eating window (e.g., 12p – 6p). However, you could extend this further, using the same structure, if you like. For example, you could have your first smoothie at 10am, your second at 2pm, then your dinner at 6pm. If you needed something between meals, then you could opt for some veggies or a portion of protein (from the choices listed in the manual).

        If this is still concerning to you, you could take the structure of the plan and carry it out according to your normal feeding hours. That is, you could have a smoothie at 8am, one at 1pm, and then a meal at 6pm. Again, ideal snacks between meals, if needed, would veggies and protein portions from the lists provided. While there certainly is some power behind the science of intermittent fasting, it may not be applicable to everyone.

        If this still does not fit your needs, then you may consider an approach like the Fat Burning Hormone Diet.

        I hope this helps, Rebecca!


        Tim Skwiat
        BT Head Trainer

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