Diet is a important part of our lifestyle. For those of us who are overweight, those extra pounds greatly increase our health risks – including risks of diabetes, gallbladder disease, heart disease, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, and even a wide range of cancers. Of course, living at a healthy weight lowers your risks tremendously.
The diet below was designed by a European cardiologist. The primary source of protein on this diet are eggs, we recommend that you purchase organic eggs. Same is true for the fresh fruits you choose.
This is a very simple diet.
The breakfast each day is the same: 1 piece of your favorite fruit, anything but grapes or bananas. A serving of blackberries or blueberries will also provide needed antioxidants.
Lunch: 1 orange, a cup of yogurt, 1 egg
Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, 2 pieces of toast, ½ a cucumber or a small bowl of lettuce, 2 tomatoes
Lunch: 1 orange, a cup of yogurt, 1 boiled egg
Dinner: a piece of toast, 125 gr. of red meat, a cup of tea or coffee with no sugar, 1 orange
Lunch: 1 cucumber, 1 orange, 1 boiled egg
Dinner: 125 gr. of cooked red meat, 1 orange, a piece of toast, a cup of coffee or tea with no sugar
Lunch: a piece of toast, 1 orange, 125 gr. of cottage cheese
Dinner: the same as day 3
Lunch: a piece of toast, 200 gr. of cooked meat or fish, 1 tomato
Dinner: ½ a pound of cooked carrots, potatoes and peas
We recommend following the protocol above for a five-day cycle, followed by a two-day rest, before restarting the cycle. Vegetables should be cooked without salt, and alcohol should be entirely avoided. If you currently suffer health issues, consult with your doctor first.