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Magic Japanese diet (menu)

5 Jul 2012, 14:10
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japanese traditional cuisine

 

East ― is a delicate matter. It is as delicate as the waist of Japanese girls. That is why the Japanese diet is ahead of many famous and effective diets.

 

What is the secret? In general, Japanese cuisine is one of the best evidence of the thesis that all genius is simple. Japanese people had never got the ability to diversify food. That is why they tried to create something interesting and tasty using small amount of nature given products.

 

Moreover, they had to come to a raw food diet long before Westerners due to the constant shortage of fuel. Perhaps it is a main reason of fresh-cult development. As we can see, the traditional everyday meal of Japanese people did not initially suggest the possibility of obesity. Nevertheless, the Japanese diet has very little resemblance with the traditions of Japanese cuisine.

 

English diet

 

The most important thing about this diet is a strict observance of one. It cannot be stopped halfway just because you were seduced to visit a gourmet restaurant or eat hot-dog. It is also impossible to change one product to another even if this exchange seems to be rational. The thing is that the metabolism is seriously changing during this diet and all its components are carefully selected to ensure that the metamorphosis have passed without harm to health.

 

But some dieticians do not perceive this diet as a balanced one. And this is a reason of a magnificent results: 7-8 kg. for only 14 days. So if you really decided to hold this diet it is advisable to do it with polyvitamin complex. It is forbidden to eat salt, sugar, any of bakery products and to drink alcohol during the diet. It is obligatory to drink 1,5 litters of water every day. 

 

Diet based on blood type

 

If you didn`t change your mind yet let’s check the menu:

 

1st day and 13th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee;

Lunch: any cabbage salad, seasoned with vegetable oil, 2 eggs + a glass of tomato juice;

Dinner: 250 g of fried or boiled or steamed fish.

 

2nd day and 12th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee + crackers or toast;

Lunch: salad, boiled or fried fish, cabbage, seasoned with vegetable oil;

Dinner: 100 g boiled beef + a glass of butter

 

3rd day and 11th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee + crackers or toast;

Lunch: fried in vegetable oil pub;

Dinner: salad from any cabbage, seasoned with vegetable oil, 200 grams of boiled beef and 2 eggs.

 

4th day and 10th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee;

Lunch: salad of 3 boiled carrots, seasoned with vegetable oil, 1 egg, 15 g firm cheese;

Dinner can include any fruit (except bananas and grapes).

 

5th day and 9th day:

Breakfast: a salad of raw carrot, seasoned with lemon juice;

Lunch: 250-300 grams of boiled or fried fish + a glass of tomato juice;

Dinner can include any fruit (except bananas and grapes), but in moderation.

 

6th day and 8th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee;

Lunch: salad from fresh cabbage or raw carrot, seasoned with vegetable oil, 300-400 g of boiled chicken;

Dinner: 2 boiled eggs and salad from a raw carrot, seasoned with vegetable (or any) oil.

 

7th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee;

Lunch: 200 g boiled beef, and any fruit in moderation;

Any dinner of the week, except for dinner of 3rd day.

 

14th day:

Breakfast: green tea or coffee;

Lunch: salad from any cabbage, seasoned with vegetable oil, 250 grams of fried or boiled or steamed fish;

Dinner: 200 g boiled beef, with a glass of buttermilk.

 

Attention! This diet is only for healthy people. If you have any diseases consult your doctor firstly.  

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