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Your CYBERGENICS© New QuickTrim 14-Day Weight Loss System diet is based on the amount of protein and carbohydrates you consume in any given day.  There are four small meals planned, approximately 3 hours apart.  These small, frequent meals help keep your metabolism moving and consuming calories rather than storing them as fat.

How to Calculate Your Diet.

Estimate your ideal Body Weight.  Be realistic.  This weight will be your goal and your guide throughout the fourteen days.

IMPORTANT REMINDER:  It is recommended that caloric intake not fall below 800 calories per day.  We have set a minimum weight of 145 lbs. to calculate the absolute minimum diet which represents approximately 800 calories.  Even if your Ideal Body Weight is less than 145 lbs., you should use this weight as your guide.  Consuming fewer calories is not smart nor is it acceptable.


Calculate your total protein for the day.  You should consume one gram of protein for every pound of Ideal Body Weight.  For example:  If your Ideal Body Weight is 145 lbs. or less, your total protein for the day will be 145 grams.

145 lbs. = 145 grams of protein.

This works out to be approximately 36 grams of protein for each of your four meals.  It is acceptable to consume slightly less as long as you stay at the minimum of 800 calories, but be careful not to consume more.


Your daily carbohydrate intake is determined first by whether a day is "Low Carb" or "High Carb".

On Low Carb days you should consume 1/4 of your Ideal Body Weight in grams of carbohydrates.

For example:  If your Ideal Body Weight is 145 lbs. or less, your total carbohydrate intake on Low Carb day should be between 36 and 37 grams.

145 lb./4 = 36.25g of carbohydrates

On High Carb days, your intake is 1/2 your Ideal Body Weight, in this case (145 lb. or less) that would be approximately 72 grams per High Carb day.

145 lb./2 = 72.5g of carbohydrates

We have divided carbohydrates into two categories: Starchy carbs (oatmeal, potatoes, yams & rice) and Fibrous carbs (broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, zucchini, tomatoes, bell peppers, asparagus, cabbage, celery, collards, cucumbers, eggplant, radishes and turnips).

Carbohydrates - Starchy and Fibrous

Starchy Carbs Fibrous Carbs

Starchy carbs should be eaten only on High Carbs days and only in the first two meals of the day.  Your fibrous carbs will be your main source of carbohydrates as they are high in fiber and low in calories.

IMPORTANT:  On High Carb days, it is much better to eat higher levels of carbs early in the day, decreasing as the day goes on.  This will help you consume those carbs in your daily activities and you won't "take them to bed with you," where they may be stored as fat.

Remember, you will eat only fibrous carbs on your Low Carb days.  Your protein requirement remains the same throughout the 14 days.  However, egg whites and canned tuna, which are high in sodium, should be excluded from your choices in the final six days.

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