The Plan

The slim2btrim mixed protein plan has been specifically written for slim2btrim and may not be copied without the prior consent of slim2btrim. Failure to comply with these rules will result in court action for compensation and any loss of trading*

Have you ever wondered why most French women appear to be so effortlessly chic and slender, whatever their age? The answer could lie in their diet. Not the olive oil and red wine Mediterranean diet so popular on the Continent, but a striking weight-loss programme that has been taking the country by storm. High protein diets were first introduced in the USA in the 1960s and have been popular in France and the USA for many years. Not unlike a meal replacement VLCD during our high protein diet your body enters ketosis. In ketosis your body begins to use your fat stores as energy resulting in a fast and effective weight loss.

Benefits of High Protein Diet

Protein is an essential to our body and our health . It plays, a crucial role at the structural level because it is an essential component to our tissues, muscle fibers, and the renewal of hair , skin, nails, and our bodies. But the role of protein goes even further because it is not only essential to our structure, it is equally important to the proper functioning of our body at the metabolic level. It plays an irreplaceable role as a transporter of enzymes, hormones, immunoglobulin and is involved in the immune system. Knowing this, we can understand the usefulness of complementary protein intake daily.

  • Fast and sustainable weight loss
  • The high biological value of proteins in our products helps to preserve the tone of the skin and muscles
  • Absence of hunger (usually by day 3)
  • A feeling of wellbeing (ketosis psychostimulant effect)
  • Inclusion of regular food and drink teaching you to make healthier choices
  • Simple and easy to follow
  • Ability to continue with moderate exercise and sporting activities
  • Continue on plan for 3 continuous weeks (week 4 follow stabilize phase for one week) before returning to attack phase


There are certain groups of people that may not be able to follow this diet safely for health reasons please read our contradictions to establish if this plan is suitable for you.

Do you have or have you suffered from the following .... If answering yes to any of the below conditions, then our plan may be unsuitable or dangerous for you to follow . Please consult your GP or a Medical Professional who will be able to assess your suitability for the plan

  • Currently pregnant ,given birth or miscarried in last 3 months
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetis that requires medication
  • Arrhythmia Bradycardia. Tachycardia
  • Taking Digoxin to treat heart rate irregularities
  • Ornithine transcarbamylase (OTC) deficiency
  • Any heart condition including
  • Porphyria
  • A severe psychiatric disorderr
  • Current eating disorder of any kind
  • Currently taking any prescription medication
  • Thrombosis (currently taking medication for this)
  • If you are under the age of 18 or over the age of 70
  • Convulsions or Epileptic seizures or taking anti convulsion drugs
  • Breastfeeding
  • Any serious illness, trauma or injury/surgery within last 3 months
  • Active Cancer or any cancer treatment in last 3 months
  • Recent stoke
  • Due to under go surgery
  • depression (other than minor)
  • Gout
  • Severe kidney or liver disease
  • Any condition that effects your dietry requirments
  • Had any surgery that effect food absorbtion for example gastric bypass


About The Plan

Our plan has 3 seperate phases Attack, Stabilize and maintain. It is Important that you follow all 3 phases for optimum weight loss.

* For the simplest version of the plan with no counting carbs or calories involved eat veg/salad mostly from the green section of allowed foods with moderate amounts(100-150g) from amber section avoid all from red section alongside your protein and dairy allowances.

Important: It is essential to take a good quality vitamin & Mineral supplement on all plan phases

Attack Phase 1 (weeks 1-3)

The first phase of any protein diet is crucial. It is when the diet is at its strictest. During this stage sugar reserves are being depleted and ketosis is taking place.

You will remain on phase one for 3 consecutive weeks. On every fourth week you will switch to the stabilize phase to give your body a much needed metabolism boost.

During this phase you will need to eat every 4-5 hours (5 times a day) to stabilize blood sugars.

  • 4 of our packs
  • 150g of lean protein*
  • 250g of allowed vegetables or salad*
  • 1 dairy allowance*
  • 1.5-3 litres of water

*From allowed food list

** You may replace your lean protein with a pack but it is essential you have your vegetable and dairy allowance

Stabilize (week 4)

Don't be tempted to skip this stage as it is super important as restricting calories can cause leptin, a hormone responsible for maintaining our energy balance and causing weight loss, to dwindlearound week four or 5. But temporarily upping calorie intake can re-up leptin production by nearly 30 percent for up to 24 hours . It's that quick leptin buzz that's responsible for boosting metabolism and getting the weight loss started again

*Please note you may show a gain after your week four as you are introducing more carbs however this is just your Glycogen stores refilling and once you are back on full plan and they are depleted again you will have lost weight.

During this phase you will need to eat every 4-5 hours (5 times a day) to stabilize blood sugars.

  • 3 of our packs
  • 300g of lean protein*
  • 300g of allowed vegetables or salad*
  • 1 dairy allowance*
  • 1 small 60g piece of fruit (excludes grapes & Bananas)
  • 1.5-3 litres of water

*From allowed food list

** You may replace half of your lean protein with a pack but it is essential you have all of your vegetable and dairy allowance

Phase 1 & 2 Tips and Recommendations

  • Eat 5 times a day
  • Limit Snack type foods to 2 a day
  • Limit processed meat to twice in any week
  • Add herbs and spices to your meals or food packs to benefit from extra vitamins and minerals
  • Have at least 1 portion of oily fish and one portion of eggs once a week as your protein choice
  • Avoid exercise in the first 3 -4 days
  • If partaking in high intensity exercise or exercising more than 3 times a week eat another 150 calories of lean protein on work out days
  • Eat No more than 55g of carbohydrates a day
  • Eat between 650-850 calories a day


Maintain (up to 12 weeks)

Congratulations on your success. We are sure you have made a lot of sacrifices and changes to your diet and eating habits to get here, but its not time to sit back and relax as maintaining your weight can be the hardest part. Weight loss is a simple process, you must burn up the same amount of calories as you consume to maintain your weight. Consume more and you gain weight,consume less and you lose weight. If you want to maintain your great weightloss you will need to change the way you eat and your lifestyle for ever.

This phase of our diet should be followed for 5 days for every 5lb of weight lost (max 12 weeks). This part of the plan slowly introduces carbohydrates back into your diet whilst keeping your weight stable.

During part 1 of this phase you will need to eat every 4-5 hours (5 times a day) to stabilize blood sugars.

  • 3 of our packs
  • 300g of lean protein*
  • 300g of allowed vegetables or salad*
  • 1 dairy allowance*
  • 1 small 60g piece of fruit (excludes grapes & Bananas)
  • 1 small Portion of complex carbs*
  • 1.5-3 litres of water

*From allowed food list

Maintenance Tips For Life

  • Carry on drinking plenty of water
  • Watch your portion sizes
  • Make healthy choices( if craving something sweet choose fruit or have a slim2btrim snack )
  • Avoid simple carbs( white bread, white pasta,cakes ect)
  • Try to exercise for 30 minutes at least 3 times a week.
  • Be more active in your everyday life.
  • If you go off track have 1 or two phase one days to get you back on the right path
  • Keep a food journal writing down everything you eat and counting calories
  • Some slimmers find it easier to maintain by incorporating 1-2 phase one days every week.

*please note very low calorie diet (VLCD and LCD) is not suitable for everyone Please read our contradictions and terms and conditions carefully and seek medical advice before commencing on the plan*

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