Cardiologist Suggests 5 -Days Diet: A Safe Way To Lose 15 Pounds

Diet is a important part of our lifestyle. For those of us who are overweight, those extra pounds greatly increase our health risks – including risks of diabetes, gallbladder disease, heart disease, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, and even a wide range of cancers. Of course, living at a healthy weight lowers your risks tremendously.

There is no magic potion that will shrink your waistline. Every person must reduce the intake of calories in order to lose weight.

However the diet should not be severe and must contain the sufficient amount of essential nutrients.

You should consume fruit for breakfast (watermelon, melon, pear, orange and peach), but not bananas and grapes.

Day 1

Lunch: 1 orange, a cup of yogurt, 1 egg

Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, 2 pieces of toast, ½ a cucumber or a small bowl of lettuce, 2 tomatoes

Day 2

Lunch: 200 ml of yogurt, a boiled egg, an orange

Dinner: a cup of coffee or tea, an orange, one rusk, a tomato, 125 g of boiled beef

Day 3

Lunch: 1 cucumber, 1 orange, 1 boiled egg

Dinner: 125 gr. of cooked red meat, 1 orange, a piece of toast, a cup of coffee or tea with no sugar

Day 4

Lunch: a piece of toast, 1 orange, 125 gr. of cottage cheese

Dinner: the same as day 3

Day 5

Lunch: a rusk, 1 tomato, 200 g of boiled meat or fish

Dinner: 500 g of boiled peas, carrot or potato

Take a break during the 6th and 7th day and always cook without salt. Try to avoid alcohol and soda during the diet regimen. Continue with the diet on the eighth day.

This diet plan should be repeated 3 times where you will lose about 7 lbs during the first 5 days and 30 lbs at the end of the diet.

You will definitely not return he weight if you consume the following foods in Mondays.

Breakfast: a glass of lemon juice

Lunch: a rusk and apple

Dinner: tomato, a rusk and 1 boiled egg

Do not skip meals, consume enough water and avoid the consumption of fast, fried and processed foods.

Have a nice day and enjoy your body like never before!

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