02 November 2014


Credit: SandraRose

I have read recent articles of Rev. Al Sharpton finally shedding some light on why he decided to lose weight and give up his infamous love for fried food. I'm shocked to read he used NO surgery, no pills or gimmicks for that matter. I was more so shocked to read what Rev. Sharpton's consumes on a daily basis.

 I have recently become intrigued with taking on a healthier lifestyle but for me I love options and Sharpton's diet does nothing for my desire to have healthy and funky takes on southern treats.  I don't think it's fair to limit your self to eat the same thing every single day for the rest of your life. it's my opinion but I wonder could this be the new "IT" Diet of people wanting to loose massive amounts of weight without going under the knife.

On a typical day, Sharpton's breakfast consists of three slices of whole wheat toast along with a Juice Press "Doctor Earth" green juice and English breakfast tea sweetened with Stevia. Lunch is a basic salad with a banana and more tea.

"It's always the same salad: lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, two or three [hard-boiled] eggs cut in and balsamic vinaigrette dressing," says Sharpton of his only solid meal of the day. "My doctor said to me, 'You've got to have some carbs and you need protein,' so he put me on whole wheat toast."

At night, he might have another piece of toast with a second Juice Press juice, this time opting for the brand's watermelon flavor. On weekends, he incorporates a small serving of fish for more protein at his doctor's suggestion. 

Credit: People Magazine

Rev. Al Sharpton has lost 176 lbs

So would you restrict yourself to see results or Does Variety Play a Major Role In your Dieting regiment?


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