Your daily diet when on Cambridge Diet varies depending on which plan you’re put on. Some of the plans can only be done for a few weeks or months, others can be done long term, but with each stage you come closer to a normal, long term diet. Step one (415 – 615kcal daily) … Read more
By making our diet a little bit more like the general Japanese diet, you might well start to see the pounds fall off. Breakfast: Broth with vegetables Lunch: Sushi Dinner: Thinly sliced beef with rice. Fruit for pudding. Plus Points This diet will not only help you to lose weight, but also has life-prolonging and mood-boosting … Read more
Ingredients: 6 large spring onions 2 green peppers 1 or 2 cans of tomatoes 3 carrots 1 container of button mushrooms 1 bunch of celery half a head of cabbage 1 or 2 cubes of bouillon (optional) Season to taste with pepper, parsley, curry powder or garlic How to make: … Read more
For those of you brave enough, desperate enough or curious enough to want to put the cabbage soup diet plan to the test, here’s what to do: Day One: On day one limit yourself to eating cabbage soup and any fruit you want – except bananas. Wash down your grub … Read more
Be good to your digestive system On the final day of your diet, concentrate on helping your digestive system. Why? Bad digestion deprives the body of essential nutrients it needs for metabolism and weight loss. How? First of all, chew each mouthful slowly, coating your food in saliva to start … Read more
Lemon can have staggering effects on weight loss, so if you want to increase your vitality, eliminate toxins, get rid of excess pounds and boost your glow, get zesting!
Here’s our 7-day plan from nutritionist Dr Andre, with complete menus, recipes and daily targets.
7 days on the lemon diet is all it takes to cleanse your body, recharge your batteries and drop a jeans size!
The benefits of detox
Before you start your diet for real, you need to rid your body of the toxins that are hampering it and kick-start your digestive system. This doesn’t mean fasting! Starving yourself puts your body into a state of deprivation, which, instead of cleaning you out, actually makes your body produce more waste.
Low carbohydrate dietary programs are considered by people who want to control their weight or they are undergoing treatment for obesity. Theses diets are also considered for other health conditions such as diabetes and epilepsy.
In a typical low carbohydrate diet, the consumption of carbohydrates is restricted to 20 to 60 grams per day or less than 20 percent of the daily calorie intake. The consumption of protein and fat is increased to keep the total calorie intake same.
Gwyneth Paltrow avoids it. So does Chelsea Clinton and that new Old Spice guy. A gluten-free diet has become hot with celebrities, USA Today reports. Grocery store shelves are bursting with gluten-free products, ranging from pastas to crackers. Gluten isn’t really bad to eat, but some people have trouble digesting … Read more