3. Have a Fat-urday Schedule
Even though you’re taking a day off your diet, you should still stick to a structured meal plan. Dr. Oz’s Fat-urday Meal Plan includes 3 meals and 2 snacks that each target a different craving.
Dr. Oz’s Fat-urday Meal Plan
Breakfast: Eat Your Cheat Fat
It’s best to eat fat in the morning since it provides a good source of energy and fuel throughout the day, and you’ll have plenty of time to burn it off.
Eggs are full of good protein and will keep you full. Swap regular bacon for extra lean turkey bacon. Enjoy it all in a breakfast wrap.
Order or prepare:
A.M. Snack: Eat Your Cheat Salt
For your salt fix, try brie or goat cheese, both lower-calorie cheese options, on whole grain crackers. Salt can cause fluid retention so it’s best to have your salty snack early – and drink it with a glass of water to help flush out the sodium. One thing we crave about salt is simply having access to it. Once you get your craving for it out of the way, you can stop thinking about it.