Jeanette Jenkins is a well known Hollywood trainer of diet and exercise to the stars was a guest on The Dr Oz Show July 12.
Together the two were working to get three friends in shape before their high school reunion, the friends had contacted Dr Oz and ask for his help he enlisted the assistance Jeanette Jenkins to help him plan a diet and training program for them.
After six weeks the women appeared on The Dr Oz Show so that the audience could see what they had accomplished together, they looked amazing losing from 21 to 31 pounds each and ready for their high school reunion with their heads held high.
Below you will find 2 days of the Jeanette Jenkins 7 day exercise and diet plan, which has worked for people such as Oprah Winfrey and Jeanette’s partner Queen Latifah. You can check out one of her many sites and get inspired to jump start your lifestyle changes of daily diet and exercise routines.
Start your day with eggs and turkey bacon drinking 500ml of water, for a morning snack an apple and 500 ml water.
Your lunch is a turkey breast sandwich slices on whole wheat bread with lettuce, tomato, mustard and a couple of pickle slices drinking 500 ml water.
Your second snack is non-fat yogurt containing vanilla whey protein.
For dinner 500 ml water baked chicken with steamed vegetables, your third snack is a banana and 500 ml water.
To burn 300 to 500 calories per day you need 30 to 45 minutes of cardio, such as on an elliptical trainer, treadmill, power walking, jogging, hiking, or cycling.
In changing your life style diet alone will not work you also need a daily exercise routine.
Starting your day turkey and egg whites scrambled drinking 500ml water, morning snack an orange with 500ml water.
Lunch will be a yam green beans, and a baked chicken breast with 500 ml water, your midday or second snack is an apple and 500ml water.
For dinner you will have grilled salmon with a salad and one liter of water, last snack of day 1/2 to 1 cup cottage cheese.
When training at home to burn 300 to 500 calories you should start with 45 minutes of cardio with 5 to 10 pound dumbbells, followed by a 20-minute abdominal workout. When working out in a gym you should start with 30 minutes of total body strength training on bench presses, bicep curls, leg extensions and abdominal crunches. These routines are to be followed with 20 to 30 minutes of cardio at aerobic base biking, running or elliptical trainer.
We would enjoy hearing from our readers and learning how you have lost your weight through diet and exercise.