Can you suggest a highly minimal diet that meets all nutritional goals? (1,000 kcals)

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I have a lot of weight to lose, I need a diet of around 1,000 kcals otherwise I will be too tempted to overeat. I've tried 1,600 which was recommended to me by MyFitnessPal, but I cannot help but overeat when I am given that target, which just keeps me at the same weight.

I take a multivitamin btw, this is an idea of a diet that might work.

2 cups of mixed vegetables
1 bag of salted peanuts
1 tin of tuna or beans
2 bananas

that pretty much what i crave, and i think that's around 1000 kcals. i need something simple that requires minimal preparation, i have no time or patience to make complicated meals.

Need to stay away from carbs btw as the insulin spike (sugar addiction) is the cause of my overeating.

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Please don't say I am in danger of malnutrition because 1,000 kcals this is ridiculous I have a pot belly full of ketones that will supply me with fat for a long time. If you claim anything regarding health please include sources rather than your silly opinions.


also note I will eat absolutely anything as long as the preparation time is small
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If you have the money, you could go for diet meal hampers from places like diet chef. You would get all meals of the day already prepared and only needing like 3min in the microwave. And you wouldn't need to be counting calories as that's already done for you. Just eat what you're told to.
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(Original post by Devify)
If you have the money, you could go for diet meal hampers from places like diet chef. You would get all meals of the day already prepared and only needing like 3min in the microwave. And you wouldn't need to be counting calories as that's already done for you. Just eat what you're told to.
that's a bit of a step beyond what i need, though i do think that's a cool business (if the food is good). maybe one day.
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(Original post by IFLICHBA)
that's a bit of a step beyond what i need, though i do think that's a cool business (if the food is good). maybe one day.
Unfortunately it's not very healthy even if you take multivitamins. I would read about starvation mode too. If you start eating too little calories, your body goes into starvation mode and makes it difficult to lose weight so you need to eat a balanced diet. That's why the app suggested 1600 calories for you.

I suppose a very simple diet would be the milk diet which is surprisingly popular.
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You've posted a large number of threads about weight loss, all of which seem to be variations on a theme.
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Sounds like you are setting yourself up for failure.

what is you age height and weight?
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You've posted a large number of threads about weight loss, all of which seem to be variations on a theme.
I think I was subconsciously trying to motivate myself. I will stop making them now that I realise I've been doing it.
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Sounds like you are setting yourself up for failure.
Tis' where the roses of success grow.
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