My former life as a fashion model is a bitch.
It’s tough to maintain a thin and sexy figure while suffering from a huge appetite. I simply can’t stop eating. I often find myself gaining 5-10 pounds just before a modelling assignment. As a result, I often have to crash diet to lose the extra pounds because my job depends on it.
Sometimes I have to lose 3-4 pounds. But most of the time I have to lose 10-15 pounds in two weeks. Sometimes in 7 days. After years of crash dieting on-and-off, I’ve discovered a diet that allows me to lose maximum weight in minimum time.
Losing 10 pounds in 7 days is no longer a problem.
I call it the Ruby Lee’s Diet or the Fashion Model’s Diet.
My model friends call it the Law of Five Diet.
Before I go on, let me warn you. This diet is dangerous. By reading this you agree to hold me blameless if you fall ill or drop dead on this diet.
The Law of Five is a set of laws I follow to lose weight in the shortest amount of time. The laws are simple. There’s no calorie counting or food combining. No sweaty exercises. No dangerous diet pills. No tasteless soup either.
Here’s the Law of Five:
You shall reduce your carbohydrate intake to almost zero.
You shall eat lots of leafy vegetables.
You shall drink a glass of whey protein.
You shall consume at least half a tablespoon of butter or a handful of nuts.
You shall follow laws 1-4 three times a day.
The Law of Five has saved me countless of times. I wouldn’t have last long as a model without the Law of Five. Whenever I need to lose weight fast, like before an assignment or in an emergency, I will religiously follow the Law of Five.
weight loss is rapid. Other crash diets weaken me and make me sick. Not the Law of Five.
While my model friends are still adherents to the Law of Five, I have long become an apostate of the Law. Since I left the modelling industry, I don’t find the need to lose weight fast anymore. The Law of Five is like that dusty Bible in my closet.
I’m now on a healthier program to lose and maintain my weight. My goal is to lose fat permanently – a goal which does not align with the Law of Five.
Now that you know the Law of Five, what you do with it is your responsibility. Not mine.