Continued from Britney Spears Lost 20 Pounds in 4 Weeks.
Britney Spears‘ 2009 diet is great. Correction, Britney Spears’ 2009 diet is a very good diet in theory, but the question is: How many people can afford to follow Britney Spears’ 2009 diet? It is not very expensive, but it is not a diet you can put together on your own, unless you are a professional chef with a lot of free time to cook.
And here is something else, Britney Spears’ 2009 diet is so similar to almost any other celebrity diet out there that I am not sure if it is her diet or somebody else’s. I mean, it could be my diet, and it would not be any different.
That said, Britney Spears’ 2009 diet is an improvement to her previous diets. It is more focused and has a better balance. So what is the name of Britney Spears’ 2009 diet? It is called Sunfare. The diet is constructed around a balanced low-carb approach of three regular meals plus two snacks per day, all delivered to your door.
Britney consumes around 1,200 calories per day on Sunfare. She pretty much likes the whole menu, but her favorites are turkey burgers, lasagna and a sugar-free cheesecake. Here is Britney Spears’ 2009 diet menu, it is a sample of the some of the meals she eats every day on the Sunfare plan.
Day 1 Breakfast: Breakfast burrito (scrambled eggs with chicken sausage and fresh salsa) and a side of fresh pineapple. Lunch: BBQ chicken salad with corn, black beans, tomatoes and ranch dressing. Afternoon Snack: Grilled asparagus spears wrapped with thinly sliced turkey and a honey-mustard dipping sauce. Dinner: Lasagna with steamed vegetables and a green salad. Evening Snack: Slice of cheese, with nuts and grapes.
Day 2 Breakfast: Vanilla yogurt with strawberries and mixed nuts. Lunch: Sweet-and-sour chicken with steamed vegetables and a side of fruit. Afternoon Snack: 1/4 of a cheese quesadilla with fresh salsa. Dinner: Turkey burger with a pickle. Evening snack: Sugar-free cheesecake.
Day 3 Breakfast: Orange and berry crepes with chicken sausage. Lunch: Chipotle chicken wrap with a side of fruit. Afternoon Snack: Tomato soup. Dinner: Salsa verde chicken with vegetables and a green salad. Evening Snack: String cheese with nuts and grapes.
Day 4 Breakfast: Wholegrain pancakes with turkey sausage. Lunch: Enchiladas with fruit. Afternoon Snack: Greek layer dip with pita chips. Dinner: Chicken marsala with steamed vegetables and a green salad. Evening Snack: Sugar-free lemon bar.
Day 5 Breakfast: Irish oatmeal with cinnamon butter and mixed berries. Lunch: Pesto chicken wrap and fruit. Afternoon Snack: Tuscan bean dip with flatbread chips. Dinner: Lasagna with a Caesar salad. Evening Snack: Chicken salad with fruit. [via]