The Japanese diet

By Admin | Women Health / Diets
14 March 2016
The Japanese diet

Japanese diet "Japanese diet" is developed by experts of Japanese clinic "Yaeks."Diet is designed for 13 days.Authors of a diet promise that this time the metabolism will be reconstructed on other rhythm of work and long-lasting effect of the diet will continue for at least 2-3 years without any further effort.Whether to believe these promises - decide.

So, what is a Japanese diet?Important conditions for the application of this diet: within 13 days you can not eat sugar, salt, alcohol, flour and confectionery products.Between meals may be freely drink mineral or boiled water.The diet should be used precisely, not changing sequence sinceonly in this case there is a change of metabolism.


Day 1 Breakfast: black coffee
Lunch: 2 eggs, salad from boiled cabbage with vegetable oil, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fried or boiled fish


Day 2 Breakfast: black coffee, toast
Lunch: fried or boiled fish, salad from vegetables, cabbage with vegetable oil.
Dinner: 100 grams of boiled beef, a glass of kefir.


Day 3 Breakfast: black coffee, bread.
Dinner: 1 big fried vegetable marrow in vegetable oil
Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs, 200 grams of boiled beef, salad from fresh cabbage with vegetable oil.


Day 4 Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 1 raw egg, 3 big boiled carrots with vegetable oil, 15 grams of cheese.
Dinner: fruit.


Day 5 Breakfast: raw carrots with lemon juice.
Lunch: fried or boiled fish, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fruit.


Day 6 Breakfast: black coffee
Lunch: 0.5 boiled chicken, salad from fresh cabbage or carrots.
Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs, a glass of crude carrots with vegetable oil.


Day 7 Breakfast: tea
Dinner: 200 gr.boiled beef, fruit.
Supper: that want from suppers, except for the 3rd day (it is possible cooked crabs)


Day 8 Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 0.5 boiled chicken, salad from fresh cabbage or carrots.
Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, a glass of crude carrots with vegetable oil.


Day 9 Breakfast: raw carrots with lemon juice.
Lunch: big fried or boiled fish, a glass of tomato juice
Dinner: fruit.


Day 10 Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 1 raw egg, 3 big boiled carrots with vegetable oil, 15 gr.hard cheese.
Dinner: fruit.


Day 11 Breakfast: black coffee, bread.
Dinner: 1 big fried vegetable marrow in vegetable oil.
Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, 200 gr.boiled beef, salad from fresh cabbage with vegetable oil.


Day 12 Breakfast: black coffee, toast
Lunch: fried or boiled fish, salad from vegetables, cabbage with vegetable oil
Dinner: 100 gr.boiled beef, a glass of kefir.


Day 13 Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 2 eggs, salad from boiled cabbage with vegetable oil, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fried or boiled fish

It should be noted that the described "the Japanese diet" has little in common with traditional Japanese meals. Japan - the country focused on sea and seafood.The abundance of mountains (they employ more than 75% of the territory of Japan), covered with a network tumultuous rapids of rivers and evergreen forests, reserves for the development of agriculture only small strip along the coast and a few areas suitable for cultivation on slopes of mountains.The main crops are rice, other than that, wheat, barley, soybeans, and other grains.Even less in Japan, the development of livestock - no abundant pastures - therefore meat and dairy products have become widespread only in recent years, and their share in the Japanese diet is very, very modest.Due to the subtropical climate of widespread citrus (tangerines and oranges), apples, pears, bananas, peaches, cherries (the famous cherry).According to the testimony

Japanese themselves, the usual (traditional) Japanese diet looks like this: 300-400 grams of rice, 150-240 g of fruit, about 270 g of vegetables, 60 grams of beans, 120 grams of fish, 100 grams of milk, no more than one egg2 teaspoons sugar.Men sometimes drink 300-400 g of beer a day.Even the most ordinary Japanese meal (lunch or dinner) can include from 5 to 20 dishes, besides the diversified and most bizarre combinations.

Thus, Japanese cooking culture has nothing to do with fashionable now ideas of mister Shelton about the separate use of foodstuff.It should also be noted occasional use of the Japanese coffee.This drink was introduced to the country relatively recently and has not had time to win a lot of popularity, Japanese still traditionally prefer green tea.Traditional Japanese food can be described as a low-calorie, about 1600-1800 kcal, with most of the calories (about 60%) comes from carbohydrates, there is a small amount of fat, mainly of plant origin, quite a lot of vitamins B and C as well as ironand phosphorus.A trendy now "Japanese diet" contains relatively large amounts of fat (up to 60% of the total caloric content of the daily ration) and the protein and small amounts of carbohydrates - some days of less than 15 grams per day (!), And a very low content of virtually all essential micronutrients(potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron) and some vitamins (such as vitamins C and E, folic acid, and others.) A great place in the Japanese diet is given to drink black coffee (which, by the way, at once sharply limits indications to safe application of the diet).Low-fat diet, some days calorie diet falls up to 700 kcal.

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