Our XLR8 Eating Plan is so simple to follow.

When you purchase your XLR8 we give you a full program, how to follow, what to eat, simple meal plans, everything you need to make your ride a success.

Here are some things we eat:

Meat: Any type, including beef, pork, kabana, chicken, feel free to eat the fat on the meat as well as the skin on the chicken.

Fish and shellfish: All kinds: Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel or herring are great.
Eggs: All kinds: Boiled, fried, omelettes, etc.

Natural fat, high-fat sauces: Using butter and cream for cooking can make your food taste better and make you feel more satiated. Coconut oil and olive oil are also good options.

Vegetables that grow above ground: All kinds of cabbage, such as cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and brussels sprouts. Asparagus, zucchini, eggplant, olives, spinach, mushrooms, cucumber, lettuce, avocado, onions, peppers, tomatoes etc.

Dairy products: Always select full-fat options like real butter, cream (40% fat), sour cream, Greek/Turkish yogurt and high-fat cheeses. Try coconut or unsweetened almond milk instead of full cream milk.  



Now that you've had a good chance to look at how XLR8 works. I bet you're wondering what an average day on XLR8 looks like and will it fit into your lifestyle.


Here is a quick look at a day with XLR8:

Replace one meal a day normally breakfast.

XLR8 BURN Protein Shake

Simply replace one meal a day with XLR8 BURN Protein Shake. Many people choose to replace Breakfast

Just mix 2 tablespoons OR 1 Scoop (Provided) of XLR8 BURN with 250ml of Water, Unsweetened Almond Milk or Coconut Milk.

XLR8 BLOCK - Twice a day

XLR8 BLOCK is in an easy to take and digest supplement that you consume before lunch and dinner to help kerb cravings. Blocks unique Raspberry Ketone blend helps your body break down fat more efficiently and help increase your metabolism. It provides 100% natural and safe way to help you lose weight quickly and easily.

XLR8 BUILD - Once a day

BUILD is an all-natural formulation of an amino complex blend containing nine essential amino acids (EAAS). EAAS cannot be produced by the body and must be supplied from dietary sources. BUILD also burns body fat and supports a healthy metabolism. Mix 1 Scoop (provided) or 1 Teaspoon of BUILD with 300ml - 1 Litre of cold water and drink throughout the day.


Enjoy two meals a day that are that follow our XLR8 EATING PLAN (as above), check out XLR8 HEALTH App for recipes this will help you with some great meal ideas and snacks.


XLR8 works for such a high percentage of people because it targets several key, underlying causes of weight gain — including hormonal imbalances, especially insulin resistance coupled with high blood sugar levels, and the cycle of restricting and “binging” on empty calories due to hunger that so many dieters struggle with.

Rather than relying on counting calories, limiting portion sizes, resorting to extreme exercise or requiring lots of willpower (even in the face of drastically low energy levels), XLR8 takes an entirely different approach to weight loss and health improvements. It works because it changes the very “fuel source” that the body uses to stay energized — namely, from burning glucose (or sugar) to dietary fat.  We want to get your body into Ketosis.

What can I eat on XLR8

  • High amounts of healthy fats, such as olive oil, coconut oil, butter, palm oil, and some nuts and seeds. Fats are a critical part of XLR8 because fat is what provides energy and prevents hunger, weakness and fatigue.
  • All sorts of non-starchy vegetables. Some of the most popular choices include broccoli and all types of leafy greens, asparagus, cucumber, and zucchini.
  • In more moderate amounts, foods that are high in protein but low- or no-carb, including meat, poultry, eggs, bone broth, fish, dairy products.

On the other hand, the types of foods you’ll avoid eating on XLR8 are likely the same ones you are, or previously were, accustomed to getting lots of your daily calories from before starting this way of eating. This includes things like fruit, processed foods or drinks high in sugar, those made with any grains or white/wheat flour, conventional dairy products, desserts, and many other high-carb foods (especially those that are sources of “empty calories”).

Healthy Fats

Most healthy fats contain zero net carbs, especially the kinds listed below, Fats should be included in high amounts with every meal throughout the day.

  • Healthy fats include saturated fats, monounsaturated fats and certain types of polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), especially omega-3 fatty acids. It’s best to include all types in your diet, with an emphasis on saturated fats, especially compared to PUFAs.
  • Coconut Oil, cold-pressed coconut, palm fruit, olive oil, flaxseed, macadamia and avocado oil — 0 net carbs per tablespoon
  • Butter
  • Lard, chicken fat or duck fat


Animal proteins (meat, fish, etc.) have very little, if any, carbs. You can consume them in moderate amounts as needed to control hunger.

  • Beef and other types of fatty red meat, including lamb, goat, veal, venison and other game. Grass-fed meat is preferable because it’s higher in quality omega-3 fats
  • Organ meats including liver
  • Poultry, including turkey, chicken, quail, pheasant, hen, goose, duck
  • Eggs and egg yolks
  • Fish, including tuna, trout, anchovies, bass, flounder, mackerel, salmon, sardines, etc.

Non-Starchy Vegetables

  • All leafy greens, including dandelion or beet greens, collards, mustard, turnip, arugula, chicory, endive, escarole, fennel, radicchio, romaine, sorrel, spinach, kale, chard, etc.
  • Broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower
  • Celery, cucumber, zucchini, chives and leeks
  • Fresh herbs
  • Veggies that are slightly higher in carbs (but still low all things considered) include asparagus, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, bell pepper, sugar snap peas, water chestnuts, radishes, green beans, wax beans, tomatoes

Fat-Based Fruit

  • Avocado


  • Spices and herbs
  • Hot sauce (no sweetener)
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Unsweetened mustards


  • Water
  • Unsweetened coffee(black) and greent tea and tea;
  • Bone broth

XLR8 Foods to Limit — Eat Only Occasionally:

Full-Fat Dairy

Dairy products should be limited to only “now and then” due to containing natural sugars. Higher fat, hard cheeses have the least carbs, while low-fat milk and soft cheeses have much more.

  • Full-fat cheeses

Legumes and Beans

  • Chickpeas, kidney, lima, black, brown, lentils, hummus, etc.
  • Soy products, including tofu, edamame, tempeh — these foods can vary in carbohydrates substantially, so read labels carefully; soybeans are fewer in carbs than most other beans.

Nuts and Seeds

  • Almonds, walnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, pistachios, chestnuts, pumpkin seeds,
  • Nut butters and seed butters
  • Chia seeds and flaxseeds


  • Berries, including blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries


  • 7–10 olives
  • 1 tablespoon nut butter or handful of nuts
  • Veggies with melted cheese


Check ingredient labels to make sure added sugar is not included, which will increase net carbs.

  • No sugar added sauce or salsa
  • Sour cream
  • Mustard, hot sauces, Worcestershire sauce
  • Lemon/ lime juice
  • Soy sauce
  • Salad dressing (ideal to make your own with vinegar, oil and spices)
  • Pickles
  • Stevia(natural sweetener, zero calorie and no sugar)

Foods to Avoid When on XLR8 and NEVER Eat:

Any Type of Sugar

  • White, brown, cane, raw and confectioner’s sugar.
  • Syrups like maple, carob, corn, caramel and fruit
  • Honey and agave
  • Any food made with ingredients such as fructose, glucose, maltose, dextrose and lactose

Any and All Grains

  • Wheat, oats, all rice (white, brown, jasmine), quinoa, couscous, pilaf, etc.
  • Corn and all products containing corn, including popcorn, tortillas, grits, polenta and corn meal
  • All types of products made with flour, including bread, bagels, rolls, muffins, pasta, etc.

Nearly All Processed Foods

  • Crackers, chips, pretzels, etc.
  • All types of candy
  • All desserts like biscuits, cookies, cakes, pies, ice cream
  • Pancakes, waffles and other baked breakfast items
  • Oatmeal and cereals
  • Museli bars, granola bars
  • Canned soups, boxed foods, any prepackaged meal
  • Foods containing artificial ingredients like artificial sweeteners (aspartame, etc.), dyes and flavors.Any containing maltitol, sorbitol etc

Sweetened and Caloric Beverages

  • Soft Drinks - sugar free no sugar alcohols in it
  • Alcohol (beer, wine, liquor, etc.) - get low carb ones
  • Sweetened teas or coffee drinks
  • Milk and dairy replacements (cow’s milk, soy, etc.)
  • Fruit juices