The Yokebe Diet Plan

For those targeting weight loss:

The Yokebe two-week diet plan

Week 1

Let’s get started with the Concentration phase. Sticking to the Yokebe diet during the first few days is crucial: have three Yokebe shakes a day, and include other types of low calorie foods – soups, vegetables and fruit are great options.

Week 2

Have two shakes a day. At lunchtime or in the evening, we recommend you have a well-balanced meal.

Tip: Fresh fruit and vegetables are a low-calorie snack you can always have.

The extended Yokebe diet plan

Week 3

Let’s get started with the Concentration phase. Sticking to the Yokebe diet during the first few days is crucial: have three Yokebe shakes a day, and include other types of low calorie foods – soups, vegetables and fruit are great options.

Exercise tip: Try not to over-exercise in this first phase – consistency is the priority.

Week 4

Have two shakes a day. At lunchtime or in the evening, we recommend you have a well-balanced meal.

Tip: Fresh fruit and vegetables are a low-calorie snack you can always have.

Exercise tip: Start with a brisk walk in the fresh air, two to three times a week.

Week 5

Deepen your new nutritional habits. Have one shake a day as well as two well-balanced meals.

Exercise tip: Now increase your physical activity level with exercise such as cycling, walking and swimming, two to three times a week for at least 30 minutes.

Tip: To keep your desired weight, replace a meal by a Yokebe shake anytime you feel it is necessary. Try not to fall back into your old diet patterns. Continue to follow a diet that is healthy, balanced, varied and rich in protein.

Meal replacement for weight control Substituting two daily meals of an energy restricted diet with meal replacements contributes to weight loss, and replacement of one daily meal contributes to the maintenance of weight after weight loss.

This diet should include other types of low-calorie food.