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How I Lost 6 lbs of Body Fat in 7 Days?

I am very proud to say I just completed my first week of the Mindful Living weight-loss protocol. The main reason I started was because I wanted to have more empathy for the clients I coach on a weekly basis. I wanted a chance to be in their shoes for a bit, so I could add more value as their coach. From the numbers my first week was a huge success. I lost 6 pounds of body fat and preserved all my lean mass.



Before I dive deep into my journey, I want to share with you what I ate every meal. Then I want to share my personal experiences on the protocol. I want to share the good, the bad, and the ugly. Before you continue reading it’s important to know that I am a co-owner of Mindful Living, so I am likely to have my cognitive biases. Anyways here is the typical meal plan I followed every day of week 1:



8:00 AM 

- 2 Scrambled eggs

- 1 Orange Bipro with caffeine 


11:30 AM

- 1 Lemon Bipro


1:30 PM   

- 2 cups of broccoli  

- 1 Protein shot with seltzer water


4:30 PM   

- 1 Protein shot with seltzer water


8:00 PM    

- 12 ounces of lean meat

- 2 cups of select vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, etc)


10:30 PM

– 1 Mocha Mindful Wafer


The Good:

I never felt hungry. My protocol made me consume some sort of protein every 3-4 hours. This kept me full throughout the day. This was surprising seeing as I was taking in way less calories than I was accustomed to. This is further proof that not all calories are created equally. I was glad I didn’t feel deprived of food or energy. In fact, after the 2nd day I got into ketosis and had more energy than ever!


The Bad:

Getting organized to eat mindful during the week was more difficult than expected. While the diet itself is easy to follow, it did take a lot of effort to stick to. I had to make sure I went shopping for my groceries ahead of time, so I always had my 2 cups of vegetables at lunch and dinner. I also had to slow down and cook my meat as opposed to eating out. When I was alone, eating home cooked meals was never a problem. However, when the office staff would get free food, I would struggle. One day a sales rep brought us pasta, and the next day another one brought us pizza. It took me tons of self-control and discipline to stick to my broccoli and protein soda while everyone else was enjoying free carbs.


The Ugly:

Before getting on protocol I ate out way too much. This was an expensive habit both for my health and my bank account. Now that I am preparing my own meals, I am seeing my self not only spending a lot of time cooking, but also cleaning. I must wash dishes every time I cook, and I absolutely hate doing so! Washing dishes is my least favorite part of Mindful Living.


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