French diet guidelines:
This diet is based mainly on healthy early vegetabloes, composed meals are light and rich in minerals. In addition to vitamins young vegetables and fruits are high in fiber to regulate "dormant" metabolism in winter. The French diet lasts from 7 to 21 days (longer only if accompanied by a physician or nutritionist). Weight loss: about 1 kg per week. You can repeat it each spring. Recommended: all adults, healthy people. Not suitable for adolescents, pregnant and lactating women. Particularly rich in vitamin C, the B, E, iron, potassium and fiber. Daily calories intake: about 1000. The diet should not be missing whole-grain cereals, legumes, meat, soybeans, tomatoes, potatoes, nuts, rice, fruits and vegetables.
Example of french diet:
Breakfast (274 kcal): 35 g of barley flakes with 0.5% milk (1 cup), 100 ml (half a cup) of blackcurrant juice diluted with water.
Lunch (115 kcal): 100 g of cream cheese, 100 g of granular radishes, tea without sugar.
Dinner (443 calories): 350 ml of cooler with chard (Ingredients: 30 g of carrots, no cabbage, 100 g of spinach, 250ml (1 cup) of 0.5% milk, 50 ml of 18% cream, 50 g of green cucumber, 10 g of dill, 10 g of onion, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon of sugar, water. Recipe: wash the greens, peel and grate, cook. Chard should be thoroughly washed under running water, cut into strips, cook. Grate the cucumber. Cook hard-boiled egg. Combine all of the ingredients, add sour cream, dill and chives; give chilled. 200g of potatoes, green tea without sugar.
Afternoon snack (66 calories): 1 orange (about 150 g).
Supper (224 calories): Graham bread sandwich (25 g) with a teaspoon of margarine, ham, rural (30 g), tomato (100 g), lettuce leaf, tea with milk without sugar, grapefruit (100 g).
Breakfast (285 kcal): Omelette with 2 eggs with low-sugar strawberry jam (25 g), tea with milk without sugar.
Lunch (96 calories): Cherry yoghurt (1 container - 150 ml) with bran (1 tablespoon).
Dinner (470 calories): 250 ml of broth with pasta noodles, 150 g of chicken breast from the broth without skin, 100 g of potatoes, 200 g of cooked carrots and peas, fruit tea without sugar.
Afternoon snack (46 calories): 1 small apple.
Supper (213 calories): 1 slice of wholemeal bread (25 g) with a teaspoon of margarine, with two thin slices of sausage, tomato (100 g) and a spoon of chives, tea with milk without sugar.
Breakfast (263 kcal): sandwich of 1 slice of rye bread (25 g) with a teaspoon of margarine, a slice of gouda cheese (30 g), radish (100 g), a spoon of dill, grapes (100 g), tea without sugar with lemon.
Lunch (116 kcal): Cocktail with 150 g of strawberries and a glass (200 ml) of 0.5% buttermilk.
Dinner (477 calories): 200 ml of vegetable soup, 150 g of beef in dill sauce, 40 g of cereal (dry), 100 g of cooked beans, green tea without sugar.
Afternoon snack (66 calories): 1 medium orange (about 150 g).
Supper (225 calories): 150 g lazy dumplings topped with plain yoghurt without sugar, fruit tea without sugar.
Breakfast (274 kcal): 35 g of muesli with dried fruit with a glass of 0.5% milk (250 ml), 150 ml of apple juice diluted with water.
Lunch (116 calories): 1 slice of rye crispbread with lean cottage cheese (50 g) and a spoon of dill, tomato juice (200 ml)
Dinner (445 calories): 300 ml of cream soup with celery (Ingredients: 250 g of celery, 100 ml (half a cup) of vegetable stock, ? of small tomato, 50 ml of plain yoghurt sugar-free, 1 teaspoon of potato flour, salt, pepper. Recipe: wash celery and tomato. Celery, finely chopped, add to boiling broth and cook about 15 minutes. Put out one spoon of cooked celery , mix the rest. Add the yoghurt and boil, thicken with potato flour and boil again. Then add the salt and pepper and a spoon of celery. Give a with the ? of tomato), fried chicken leg without skin (100 g), 100 g boiled potatoes, 200 g of cooked beets, tea without sugar.
Afternoon snack (54 calories): Half a grapefruit (about 150 g).
Supper (221 calories): Brown rice pudding (40g dry) and apples, fruit tea without sugar.