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The Fashion Week Diet: You, Too, Can Lose Weight Eating Free Food

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We're spending so much time in the tents this Fashion Week, that we're now almost totally subsisting on the free drinks and snacks there. Which got us wondering...is it possible to lose weight on a diet of Popchips and light Frappuccinos? So we did a little research, and yes, for under 1,200 calories a day, you can eat three meals and two snacks—all for free!—in the tents. We suspect you won't feel very well from it—although probably better than on The Master Cleanse.

So here, for the first time ever, we present The Racked Popchips Tents Diet! For women. For men and unfairly blessed young models with high metabolisms, we've added higher calorie options in parentheses.

BREAKFAST
· One carton of Diet Muscle Milk protein shake (sugar free and lactose free), Vanilla Crème: 150 calories
· One bottle of Fiji Water: 0 calories (Remember, you need to stay hydrated!)

MORNING PICK-ME-UP SNACK
· One bottle of Starbucks Frappuccino, Light Mocha: 100 calories (or regular Mocha Frappuccino for 180 calories)

LUNCH
· One carton of Diet Muscle Milk protein shake, Chocolate: 160 calories
· Two bags of Popchips, Original flavor (tastier than matzah, less flavorful than soy chips), 100 calories each: 200 calories
· One can of Diet Pepsi: 0 calories (or regular Pepsi for 150 calories)

SNACK
· One bottle of Starbucks Frappuccino Light, Vanilla: 100 calories (or regular Vanilla Frappuccino for 200 calories)

DINNER
· One carton of Diet Muscle Milk protein shake, Chocolate: 160 calories
· One bag of Popchips, Original flavor: 100 calories
· Two 3 ounce tastings of Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Noir wine totaling approximately: 150 calories (based on Wikipedia)
· One bottle of Fiji Water: 0 calories

*This diet is not actually endorsed by Racked, by any of the products listed, or by any doctor or physician.

(Tylenol , Gas-X, and Alka Seltzer, not included)

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