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Friday, January 18, 2013

Leftover Christmas Bulge

Guest Blogger: Renata Toth If you are like me, you gain weight in December, even though you’ve been counting calories, counting carbs, counting fat and counting your steps and the minutes you spend with working out. Now Christmas is over and spring is coming, although slowly – it’s time now to get back to shape and lose that excess we gained during this period. A simple diet plan came to my mind when I was trying to figure how to lose weight effectively. I hate starving and hate depriving myself of the food I like, therefore I chose a few day-long diet that allows for some goodies even though strictly limitedly. You can do it for 3, 4 or 5 days, but do not do less than 3 in order to get the effect, and do not do more than 5 to prevent your body from switching to “emergency mood” and start living off of much less calories than usual. The first day is usually all right. The breakfast is an orange and around 100 grams of sour cream. For lunch, you can have a slice of bread with a small amount of meat and a lot of veggies: lettuce, carrot, tomato, cabbage – but raw, and not cooked! For dinner, eat another orange and another 100 grams of sour cream. If you are very hungry during the day, you may have some reduced fat-content snack: a cereal bar, a biscuit, an apple – but avoid chocolate and fat. And also do not forget to drink 2 litres of water per day! For the other days, the rule is as follows: you may exchange the sour cream with the same amount of unflavored yogurt and the orange with another fruit, preferably apple, mandarin, kiwi, or maybe a smaller pear. For lunch, you would want to diversify the meat you eat: once chicken, once beef, once pork. Always add raw veggies without sauce. Also, you can add 1 or 2 eggs to one of your meals. If you do this for 4 days and eat normally for the other 3, and repeat it twice, you should lose those extra pounds! How to Make Gluten Free Amaretti Cookies (The Basic Art of Italian Cooking)

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