Day 4
Chester J. Zelasko, Ph.D. | May 19, 2005

Remember that this part of the program is focused on discipline. You’re training your body to rely on less food, but you’re eating more often so that you don’t allow yourself to get hungry. That’s why meal replacement bars, prepackaged shakes you mix yourself, and pre-mixed shakes in containers are so useful: they control calories and other nutrients very well.

Some people are allergic to whey protein, are lactose intolerant, or can’t eat soy products--and many premixed shakes use both. Other people just don’t want to mix up a big batch of one flavor of protein shake. The bottom of this Bulletin contains simple, single-serving recipes--one for milk drinkers the other for soy milk drinkers. Each is exactly one serving for one of the two main meals of the day, or you can use one-half the shake for snack-sized servings.

Options are what we give you with the 30 Day Plan so you can build your better life one meal at a time.

Fruity Milk Protein Shake

1 cup fat-free (skim) milk
1 serving whey, rice, or vegetable protein powder: 20-25 grams of protein
½ cup fruit such as cherries, berries, bananas, even melons if you dare
1 packet Splenda sweetener (optional)
1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)

Mix in blender for 60 seconds and drink. This will count as one meal, or if you’re using selections, as 3 Proteins and 1 Fruit.

Fruity Soy Milk Protein Shake

1 cup soy milk
1 serving soy, rice, or vegetable protein powder: 20-25 grams of protein
½ cup fruit such as cherries, berries, bananas, even melons if you dare
1 packet Splenda sweetener (Optional)
1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)

Mix in blender for 60 seconds and drink. This will count as one meal, or if you’re using selections, as 2 Proteins, 1 Fruit, and ½ Carbohydrate.
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