I lost 16lbs in less than TWO WEEKS – here’s the exact meal plan I used to drop the weight

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Hettie Jo Hansen, a Zumba instructor from Utah, went viral on TikTok after sharing the meal plan that allegedly helped her drop 16 pounds in less than two weeks

A woman who lost 85 pounds and successfully kept it off has revealed the meal plan that she claims helped her drop 16 pounds in less than two weeks. 

Hettie Jo Hansen, a Zumba instructor from Utah, has more than 27,000 followers on TikTok, where she shares her ‘tips for easy weight loss.’

The 35-year-old content creator, who uses the handle @hettiejo8, went viral after detailing her 14-day eating plan for shedding pounds fast. 

‘I lost 16 pounds in less than two weeks, and I’m gonna show you exactly how I did it,’ she said at the start of the video.

Hettie Jo Hansen, a Zumba instructor from Utah, went viral on TikTok after sharing the meal plan that allegedly helped her drop 16 pounds in less than two weeks

The content creator, who uses the handle @hettiejo8, lost a total of 85 pounds and has kept it off for over six years

The content creator, who uses the handle @hettiejo8, lost a total of 85 pounds and has kept it off for over six years 

Hansen insisted the plan is ‘very sustainable’ and perfect for someone whose weight loss has plateaued. 

‘I’ve lost over 85 pounds and I’ve kept it off for over six years. So it works,’ she said.

The fitness instructor explained that you are going to have three meals a day with four-hour fasts in between during the first week. 

She recommended having a protein shake for breakfast at 9am, saying you should ‘add sustenance’ by including peanut butter, spinach, and chia seeds to your smoothie.

Hansen noted that the shake she makes keeps her ‘full for hours.’

For lunch, you will have another protein shake and then fast for another four hours. 

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She said your 5pm dinner should be a ‘sensible’ meal composed of vegetables, healthy fats, and protein. 

Hansen added in the on-screen text that you should eat until you’re satisfied. 

Hansen explained that you are going to have three meals a day with four-hour fasts in between during the first week. She recommended having a protein shake for breakfast and lunch Hansen explained that you are going to have three meals a day with four-hour fasts in between during the first week. She recommended having a protein shake for breakfast and lunch

Hansen explained that you are going to have three meals a day with four-hour fasts in between during the first week. She recommended having a protein shake for breakfast and lunch 

Hansen said your 5pm dinner should be a 'sensible' meal composed of vegetables, healthy fats, and protein. She added that you are only having water during your fasting periods

Hansen said your 5pm dinner should be a ‘sensible’ meal composed of vegetables, healthy fats, and protein. She added that you are only having water during your fasting periods 

After dinner, you will continue to fast until 9am the next day.

‘In between these meals, you’re just drinking water. Water only during the fasting period,’ she insisted. ‘This is what your first seven days look like.’

The schedule is the same for the second week, but instead of having a protein shake for lunch, you have another sensible meal similar to dinner. 

Hansen said you’re also allowed one ‘reset’ meal in which you are allowed to eat whatever you want.  

‘The reason why this eating pattern is sustainable is because you’re not restricting yourself,’ she explained, noting that you are also ‘cutting out all processed foods.’ 

Hansen added that aren’t any foods that are ‘inherently bad for you,’ but there are ones that are ‘good, better, and best.’ 

‘Take into account the good, better, best when you’re creating your meals,’ she concluded. 

The schedule is the same for the second week, but instead of having a protein shake for lunch, you have another sensible meal similar to dinner

The schedule is the same for the second week, but instead of having a protein shake for lunch, you have another sensible meal similar to dinner

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'The reason why this eating pattern is sustainable is because you're not restricting yourself,' she explained, noting that you are also 'cutting out all processed foods'

‘The reason why this eating pattern is sustainable is because you’re not restricting yourself,’ she explained, noting that you are also ‘cutting out all processed foods’

Hansen’s weight-loss meal plan

First Week 

Breakfast 9am: Protein shake including peanut butter, spinach and chia seeds

Lunch 1pm: Protein shake

Dinner 5pm: Meal of vegetables, healthy fats and protein

Second Week 

Breakfast 9am: Protein shake including peanut butter, spinach and chia seeds

Lunch 1pm: Meal of vegetables, healthy fats and protein

Dinner 5pm: Meal of vegetables, healthy fats and protein

Hansen was adamant that the plan works, but the weight loss may be difficult for some people to maintain long-term. 

People who have a steady weight loss of one to two pounds a week are more likely to keep the weight off than those who lose weight rapidly, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Hansen’s video has been viewed more than 440,000 times and received hundreds of comments since it was posted on July 18. 

‘I’m almost done with week one and THIS WORKS!!!’ one fan wrote. 

‘I’m 43 and have been consistently bloated and feeling “fluffy.” I’m on day 6. No bloat! I feel great!’

‘Well it makes sense. Healthy protein shakes, no snack, sensible dinner,’ someone else responded. 

‘This is basically my Isagenix diet. 

‘Lost 40 in 2 1/2 months,’ another added. 

However, others were against the plan and noted that it reminded them of the SlimFast shake meal-replacement program. 

‘You lost me at protein shake… the thought of that literally makes me gag,’ one user commented. 

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‘Is this a SlimFast commercial?’ someone else asked. 

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