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2011年8月3日 星期三

perfectly happy eating diet

perfectly happy eating diet
Began to develop a new weight loss plan? Currently, popular in Australia, "perfectly happy eating diet", to tell you also get balanced nutrition slim figure, so you do not have to go hungry, can eat delicious food, an average of 12 weeks to lose 9 kilograms per month by 3 kg!

This new diet is a scientific and industrial research organization in Australia developed by CSIRO, and its weight-loss principle is an appropriate daily intake of chicken, fish and other proteins, in order to resist the hunger, and promote fat loss; with rich high-fiber fruits, vegetables, plus cardio, and soon to eliminate fat from the body. Based on this principle, the diet to lose weight while maintaining muscle does not relax when you meet the important nutrients needed by the body of vitamin B12, iron, etc.; reduce blood triglyceride levels.

Specifically, the specific content of the diet include:
1 day should eat three, each 100 grams of protein, skinless chicken and fish, eggs, tofu and low-fat dairy products;
2 2 times per week to eat 2 servings of fish dinner, eat dinner once a week 1 peeled, chicken fat, 4 times a week to eat 2 servings red meat (including beef, veal or lamb);
3 Breakfast recommend eating high-fiber whole wheat bread or corn husks, oats, coupled with low-fat milk;
4. Eat at least 2.5 servings of vegetables, and color to many;
5 follow this diet, drinking two glasses of red wine a week still, according to people who drink coffee to drink it does not matter, even the chocolate we could eat.

For the love of food for you, this "perfectly happy eating diet" can be considered easy easy. After more than experiments, confirmed that eating high-fiber, high protein diet, basically no side effects, but more important is the process of weight loss, not hungry, especially the five major food categories are covered, as nutritionally balanced , so you can maintain good physical strength, and to maintain healthy blood sugar standard, so, less likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease.