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Military Diet CaloriesThe Military Diet is low calorie, which is part of the reason it works so well.When you make substitutions on the Military Diet, you need to make sure the calories match between what’s in the plan and what you’re substituting. We have a substitution list on the site. The calories below are approximate but they give you a good idea of what to work with.


Calories for Day One: approx 1400

1/2 Grapefruit: 45 calories
1 Slice of Toast: 120 calories
2 Tablespoons of Peanut Butter: 200 calories
1 cup Coffee or Tea (with caffeine): 5 calories
1/2 Cup of Tuna: 150 calories
1 Slice of Toast: 120 calories
1 cup Coffee or Tea (with caffeine): 5 calories
3 ounces of any type of meat: 300 calories
1 cup of green beans: 35 calories
1/2 banana: 50 calories
1 small apple: 75 calories
1 cup of vanilla ice cream: 300 calories

Calories for Day Two: approx 1200


1 egg 75
1 slice of toast: 120 calories

1/2 banana: 50 calories

1 cup of cottage cheese: 230
 calories
1 hard boiled egg: 75 calories

5 saltine crackers: 70 calories

2 hot dogs (without bun): 350 calories

1 cup of broccoli: 35 calories
1/2 cup of carrots: 25
 calories
1/2 banana: 50
 calories
1/2 cup of vanilla ice cream: 150 calories

Calories for Day Three: approx 1100


5 saltine crackers: 70
 calories
1 slice (1 ounce) of cheddar cheese: 120 calories
1 small apple: 75 calories

1 hard boiled egg (or cooked however you like): 75 calories

1 slice of toast: 120 calories

1 cup of tuna: 300 calories

1/2 banana: 50
 calories
1 cup of vanilla ice cream: 300 calories