11 lbs and 7 weeks, The Jun Danganan Diet Phase 1

8:40 AM

It was quite a journey and the results were overwhelming.

After much procrastination and a number of irrational excuses, here it is! Jun Danganan's "angry diet"
I was going to put my before and after photo but this told a better tale.
I was really surprised and very much flattered by the amount of people requesting for the diet plan. So here it is----But first

It is HIGHLY recommended that you consult a physician, nutritionist or professional before undergoing strict diets like this one, ESPECIALLY if you have a pre-existing condition (diabetes, hypertension, etc). That and I'm not a doctor, this is a planned meal provided by a professional body builder and may not work the same way for everyone. Good? Let's proceed

Like I've mentioned too many times, I've been too heavy for my own good. So after a minor knee injury and realizing I could no longer jump around without breaking  anything, I finally gave in. I needed to get back in shape as the one I am in now isn't really working for me.

 Phase 1: Eliminating the Unnecessary

The first week focuses on eliminating empty calories, bad fats, too much sugar and salt in your system. You will also begin replacing simple with complex carbs. Also, the biggest rule in this plan is that you HAVE to eat every 2 hours. This way your body metabolizes more--in simple terms: you burn more. Oh and you need to work out. 

Here is your forbidden list.
Anything fried
Junk food 
Cakes, pastries, sweets[I died a little bit when I first read this]
Anything with too much sugar or salt. Try not to put sugar in your meals and the salt used sparingly

Week 1-2: Sample Meal Plan

Meal 1: 1/2 cup muesli/whole rolled oats with skim milk [yes, you DON'T add sugar]
Meal 2: Steamed or Grilled Chicken 
Meal 3: Steamed sweet potatoes or 3 pcs steamed plantain bananas (saging na saba)
Meal 4: Leafy salad
Meal 5: Nuts: almonds,peanuts or cashews [Needs to be unsalted and grease-less]
Meal 6: 1 ripe banana
Meal 7: 6 egg whites
Meal 8: Steamed fish

Sounds pretty simple? No. I hated the first week. I felt tired with carb flu and it was difficult to eat so frequently. Not to mention I began throwing dagger stares at random people and objects.

By the second week, I regained some of my energy and have started to gag over the repetitiveness of the meals. I learned to add variety, experiment with dishes -which I will post later. The irritation over the smallest of things was there and it kept growing like a furnace fed with too much dry wood laced with isopropyl alcohol. 

Stand by for the next phase and my cheat list :3 . Meanwhile here's my before and after pic
proud coach is proud.
photo credit: Jun Danganan

I didn't really notice the difference physically. All I knew was that I felt lighter and I craved for the items in the forbidden list less.

This one's just for vanity
photo credit: Jun Danganan

There are still many ideas about this diet that I need to organize. Feel free to leave me a comment if you have any questions.

Ready to start? Good Luck!

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