The Day-Off Diet: FAQ

Get your questions about the Day-Off Diet answered here.

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The Day-Off Diet is the perfect diet for those who are looking to make a healthy lifestyle change, while losing excess weight in the process. By giving you one day "off" to eat whatever you want, this diet doesn't deprive you from your favorite foods. Below, some of the most frequently asked questions about the diet so you can have all the tools you need to make this plan work for you. Find out more about the Day-Off Diet here and take the Day-Off Diet Assessment to see which social support group is right for you.

If I skip my off day will I lose more weight?

Ashley Koff, RD, says the plan does not advise you to skip your off day. Doing so may cause the weight to creep back on in a few weeks and the goal of this plan is to keep it off for good. This plan is designed to allow you to take this day for long-term weight-loss results.

How do I get back on track after my off day?

It may take a day for you to bounce back, says Tia Brown, licensed therapist and life coach. You may feel bloated or find that you’re holding a little extra water from your splurge foods, but your focus should be on how you feel in that moment. This will help ramp up your metabolism, which is how the plan works.

How many nuts are in an ounce?

Nuts can be confusing when using them as a healthy snack. Typically the amount that would fit in a case of mints is a good point of reference. Use this guide to nuts as a reference. This roughly amounts to:

  • 23 almonds
  • 7 Brazil nuts
  • 18 cashews
  • 20 hazlenuts
  • 11 macadamia nuts
  • 28 peanuts
  • 19 pecan halves
  • 160 pine nuts
  • 49 pistachios
  • 14 walnut halves