The Japanese diet is one of the fastest, one to two weeks. It is quite difficult to carry forward in the first days, but the following already give a significant result.
Experts promise to lose up to four kilograms of weight per week, but this will happen only if strict compliance with the diet.
What is forbidden to eat on a diet?
It is categorically impossible to eat bread, sugar, salt, flour and sweet, most of the fats. You can also not drink alcohol in any form. It is difficult to tolerate the Japanese diet due to the simultaneous abandonment of sugar and salt. But it is thanks to this that the most advantageous result is achieved. The lack of salt in the diet allows you to remove excess water from the body, and without sugar, the body is gradually cleared of toxins, leaving the deposited fat.
What is allowed on the diet?
With allowable positions in the diet eat dairy products, lean meat and fish, eggs, some vegetables and fruits, olive oil, crackers. Such a list shows that hunger still does not have: on the Japanese diet a lot can be consumed.
There are several menu options on the network, each of which is detailed in detail. One of them includes the following types of breakfasts, lunches and dinners:
- Breakfast: One cup of coffee without anything or with a cracker. Cookies can be bought ready, but it is best to cook them yourself. The best option will be those made from sliced bread - they are very useful for digestion. For fourteen days breakfast is seven times composed only of a drink, four times with a cracker drink. The rest of the breakfast is either a cup of green tea, or a vegetable salad (in this case, carrots). This is the most "hungry" stage of the diet, so this diet is well tolerated by people who are accustomed to giving little attention to the morning meal. But people who regularly and tightly have breakfast will have to take their hands;
- Dinner: Meat, fish, vegetables, tomato juice. As an example, you can bring lunch from boiled eggs, cabbage salad and juice. Products vary among themselves, but they still do not differ greatly. Virtually everything is cooked or steamed. No fried dishes except zucchini in this system no food;
- Dinner: Meat, fruits, kefir, vegetables, fish. The tightest version of a fourteen-day dinner includes boiled beef, two eggs and cabbage salad.
When choosing a specific painted menu, you must follow the list strictly. All liquid products (kefir and tomato juice) are drunk in one glass for reception, no more. Portions of meat usually reach two hundred grams at lunch or two hundred and one hundred grams for dinner.
Due to what diet is there?
If you look closely at the menu, it will become clear: the diet acts due to low calorie content and the minimum content of carbohydrates. Plus, you know about the lack of salt and modest portions. The last two paragraphs determine the complexity of the process in the first stages. Non-seasoned food seems unusual, it's hard to eat. And small portions at first do not saturate the body.
However, after a few days, the stomach "charged", and begins to feel a sense of satiety. Get used to the taste buds. A person can eat completely without adding salt to food, just to get used to it. And the required amount of this product is diced with vegetables - the same tomato juice is an excellent substitute for salty dishes.
Abrupt transition to such nutrition for the body is stressful, so the exit from this diet should be very cautious.
How come it's painless?
It is necessary to leave the Japanese diet from two weeks to a month. The more so the better. This is done by gradual introduction into the diet of prohibited products (no more than one per day). To begin with, you have to deal with fruits and vegetables that you could not eat. But portions at the same time should be modest, since the stomach is already accustomed to eat little.
Is there a contraindication in such a system of nutrition?
You can not apply a similar way to children, expectant mothers and women during lactation. It is also contraindicated for those with chronic diseases, especially those associated with the gastrointestinal tract, heart, blood vessels, liver, kidneys. It will be inadequate and for those who are engaged in serious intellectual labor - the vitamins they receive will simply not be enough for the active work of the brain.
Repeat a Japanese diet is not recommended more often once a year. And so that such a rigorous approach does not harm the health, accompany the menu preferably a good vitamin complex, which will fill the deficit of vitamins and minerals. However, those who seriously took up the matter, can only be reminded: the hardest will be the first few days. If they last, then the system will be carried forward calmly and will definitely help to achieve the desired result.