F-Factor Diet Review: Does It Work for Weight Loss?

F-Factor Diet Review: Does It Work for Weight Loss?

Are you looking for a new diet to help you lose weight fast? If so, you might want to try the F-Factor Diet. This eating program helps women get rid of bloating and water retention by simply eating according to their metabolism type.

The F-Factor Diet is an eating plan created over 20 years ago by Marilyn Glenville, one of Britain’s top nutritionists. The diet claims it helps women eat slim without hunger or deprivation.

It works on the theory that everyone has one of three types of metabolisms; fast, slow, or balanced metabolic rate, and this dictates what they should be eating to get into shape.

For example, if someone has a fast metabolic rate, they are considered an “explosive” type of person, which means that their body burns up calories quickly. Meaning they should focus on eating more fruit, vegetables, and wholegrain carbohydrates.

If someone has a balanced metabolic rate, they can eat most types of food, but it is best to avoid high-fat foods like chocolate and pastries. Whereas if someone has a slow metabolic rate, they need to increase the amount of protein in their diet, which will help speed things along.

According to Glenville, those with fast metabolisms tend to be smaller people with tiny waists, whereas those with slow metabolisms tend to be larger and have bigger waistlines. She also says that those who have balanced metabolism come somewhere in between.

A typical day on the F-Factor Diet plan would be as follows:

Breakfast – Eggs, whole grain toast, and fruit. This is followed by a mid-morning snack of yogurt or cottage cheese. Lunch could be chicken stir fry with whole-wheat noodles and vegetables. Mid-afternoon there’s more fruit, for example, grapes, an apple or an orange. Dinner is fish or lean meat with lots of vegetables low in starch like spinach, broccoli, or cabbage.

Plus some porridge for breakfast which seems to be oatmeal made with water, not milk for those with balanced metabolic rates. You can also have puddings, but they must contain little sugar and fat, e.g., diet jelly with fruit. Those who have a fast metabolism should avoid puddings, but they can have yogurt, berries, and fruit salad.

F factor diet recipes:-The previous f factor diet review was the best one for anyone to lose weight. This was because of its natural ingredients and no artificial colorings, so it has an advantage over other brands.

The author of this article is now introducing recipes used in the Factor diet plan. There are eight recipes in total, and they are divided into three categories breakfast, lunch/dinner, and desserts so that you can try them at any time of day or night whenever you feel like having them.


Banana pancakes:-Ingredients Required :

One ripe banana, two eggs,1 cup all-purpose flour(maida),

2 tbsp nature’s desiccated coconut, a pinch of baking powder,1 tsp vanilla essence(optional), and a dash of milk.


Mix all the ingredients in a bowl except for the milk. If required, add just a tiny amount to bind them. Make small round-sized balls from the mixture and fry them on a nonstick pan with oil or ghee. Serve hot with cream or custard sauce.

Green fruit smoothie

Ingredients Required :

One cup chopped pineapple, two bananas sliced, one mango peeled and sliced,1 cup orange juice/milk/water whatever you prefer, and 1 cup fresh green grapes. Put everything in a blender or food processor and blend until creamy. You can also use homemade ice cubes instead of milk or water.

Apple-based breakfast:

Ingredients Required :

3 -4 apples (sliced),3 tbsp nature’s desiccated coconut, a dash of cinnamon powder, and 1 tsp vanilla essence(optional). Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Heat them for five minutes on low flame after adding very little water. Serve hot with cream/custard sauce.


Vegetable timbale:-Ingredients Required :

One cup boiled chopped vegetables like potatoes, carrots, beans, tomatoes, etc., any vegetables you prefer. Put the cooked diced vegetables and other ingredients in a bowl and mix them. Place this mixture in a greased mold and steam it for five to seven minutes.

Serve hot with tomato sauce or cream sauce. You can also have salads along with this dish.

Chicken sizzler:-Ingredients Required :

One chicken boiled/grilled cut into medium-sized pieces, four potatoes boiled, one onion finely chopped, one capsicum finely sliced,1 cup peas boiled,2 cups mixed vegetables cooked(carrots, beans),2 tsp pepper powder, a pinch of salt, and 2 tbsp natures own desiccated coconut. Cook all the ingredients together for five minutes on medium flame, adding very little water. Serve hot over bread slices.


Sago pudding:

Ingredients Required :

One cup sago,4 cups milk,3 tbsp nature’s desiccated coconut,2/ 3 cups sugar, and a dash of vanilla essence. Soak the sago in water for at least 30 minutes before cooking them. Boil them with four cups of water until they become soft. After that, add the milk stirring it continuously till all the lumps are removed. Add in sugar and go it until you get a creamy texture. Serve cold.

Mango custard:

Ingredients Required:- 2 mangoes peeled and cut into pieces,1 cup milk, one egg yolk(optional), 4 to 5 tbsp cornflour or custard powder, and 1 tsp vanilla essence(optional). Mix all the ingredients in a blender and pour them into cups. Steam them for at least 20 minutes on medium flame. Serve cold

High fiber foods:

1)high fiber bread toast:

Ingredients Required :

Two slices of wholegrain bread(preferably multigrain), butter, black pepper, and cheese (optional). Take the slices out from the loaf and apply butter on one portion. Sprinkle some black pepper and grated cheese if you like. Place this slice buttered side down onto the toaster and toast it for at least two minutes max four minutes. Repeat the same procedure with another portion by applying butter and sprinkling black pepper or cheese as per your choice. Place this second buttered side up untoasted slice over the first one with grilled side facing upwards. Serve hot!

2)chole bhature:- Ingredients Required :- 1 cup boiled chole,1 onion chopped fine ,2 boiled tandoori rotis/chapatis (optional),butter or ghee(clarified butter) and coriander leaves .Take the chole on a plate. Add some salt according to your taste. Apply butter on both sides of tandoori rotis if you like. Heat them for a few seconds over low flame with the side touching hot pan facing upwards. (don’t grill it). Pour some water on one side of bhatura before turning it upside down onto chole. Garnish with chopped onions, chopped coriander leaves, and ginger juliennes if available, then serve hot!

3)fish fingers:

Ingredients Required :

One whole fish(preferably black pomfret or bangda),1/4 cup whole wheat flour, 1/2 cup bread crumbs, eggs(optional),1 tsp black pepper, salt, and a dash of baking powder. Slice the fish into medium-sized pieces. Mix all ingredients except fish pieces on a plate.

Apply some oil on your hands and take small quantities of the mixture, placing them inside the fish fingers. Now dip each piece firstly in whisked egg and then roll it over bread crumbs before placing it carefully over a hot griddle pan. Cook until they turn golden brown from both sides. Serve hot with tomato sauce!

4)chocolate mousse:

Ingredients Required :

2 cups milk,1 tsp cornflour,1 cup dark chocolate,

There are three egg yolks(optional),2 tbsp sugar, and 1 tsp vanilla essence—boil milk with sugar for 5 to 10 minutes. Mix cornflour in milk, making sure there are no lumps. After that, add the chocolate, stirring continuously till it melts completely.

Now mix egg yolks vanilla essence if using and mix all ingredients over low flame, stirring continuously. Plate the mousse after chilling it well in the fridge for an hour or two. Serve cold!

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