Diet for your little black dress

Diet for your little black dress
 

Only five weeks until Christmas and you are not satisfied about your figure? The “headquarters” of nutritionists working together with widely known Dr. Robert Atkinson says that you have enough time for making your body lines more beautiful. They have announced their recommendations how to prepare yourself for the festive period – get rid of some unnecessary kilos and surprise everyone with a new better looks. According to experts, within five weeks people can easily get rid of seven unnecessary kilograms by following so called “little black dress diet”.

First of all, nutrition specialist L. Byrne advices to start strictly controlling the consumption of carbohydrates – if you want to loose some weight you must restrict foods rich of them to a minimum. According to Byrne, during five weeks with getting no carbohydrates your body will clean itself and will easier survive the attacks of overeating during the holidays.

As the most important thing in “little black dress diet” is to change your menu, you should stop eating all the starchy vegetables, such as potatoes, carrots, cauliflower, squash and peas. They should be replaced by cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, cabbages, onions or any leafy vegetables. Choose foods rich in proteins: lean meat, especially skinless poultry, fish, dairy products and eggs. For drinking, you can choose coffee and tea but without the sugar and alcohol. This diet bans sugar and any foods made from it, like fruit juice, energy drinks and smoothies. The same goes for foods with white flour or other refined grains – white bread, rice and pasta.

If determined to lose some weight until Christmas, you should still eat five times a day. Your daily ration should consist of three main meals – breakfast, lunch and evening, and two extras – lunch and the afternoon snack. However, make sure that the last spoon of food should reach your mouth not later but 7 o’clock in the evening. Main meals should contain 4-6oz of protein, salads (up to three bowls a day) and vegetables (starting at 2oz a day).

Don’t forget physical activity and good luck!

 

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