Boiled egg diet

Has anyone tried the boiled egg diet for short term weight loss?
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  • laurenq1991
    laurenq1991 Posts: 384 Member
    Omg, why? I love eggs but nothing but eggs? Ew. There is literally no reason why anyone should ever do this as a diet. Just eat whatever you want at a calorie deficit and aim to hit your macros.
  • jasonpoihegatama
    jasonpoihegatama Posts: 496 Member
    Egg diet? this would be like keto diet yes ? Protein and fat no carbs.
  • jasonpoihegatama
    jasonpoihegatama Posts: 496 Member
    Yea in short keto is low carb diet. most food will be made up of Protein / fat / carbs but of course some will be higher in fats or carbs or protein.
  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 24,828 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Fatty_Nuff wrote: »
    Is it too early for a Cadbury Egg response?
    Fad diets don't work!

    Wait, I could get behind the Cadbury Egg Diet.

    Yes!! :)
  • callsitlikeiseeit
    callsitlikeiseeit Posts: 8,627 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Fatty_Nuff wrote: »
    Is it too early for a Cadbury Egg response?
    Fad diets don't work!

    Wait, I could get behind the Cadbury Egg Diet.

    yuck.

    i used to love them as a kid, not sure if my tastes changed or if they changed the recipe but i cant stand them now :(

    and a boiled egg diet sounds dreadful.
  • suziecue25
    suziecue25 Posts: 289 Member
    I had boiled eggs for breakfast but no way would I eat a diet consisting of nothing but boiled eggs.....don't fancy being farty and constipated......phew.

    Cadburys Cream Eggs are like marmite.....love or hate. I love marmite and hate cream eggs
  • Lounmoun
    Lounmoun Posts: 8,426 Member
    My approach to weight management has been to learn to eat the foods I would normally eat in more appropriate portion sizes. I have not been focused on trying to lose a bunch of weight fast.

    I could maybe eat 1 egg a day. I really don't love eating eggs so a diet based on them would be a bad fit for me.
    If you want to drop water weight cutting down on carbs and sodium will likely make that happen for you temporarily. Otherwise fat loss is from having a consistant calorie deficit no matter the food you eat.