If you lose weight is to find the most varied diets (balanced diets, restrictive diets, ketogenic diets, etc.) This time you brindaré information about a diet based on fruits and vegetables. This detox plan would allow you to fight the extra kilos.
The diet of fruit and vegetables could be considered a vegetarian diet, although it would not be complete not including cereals and legumes.
The main objective of the diet of fruit and vegetables is to lose kilos, purifying your body, for that you incorporate foods that meet these characteristics.
Foods you should include in the diet of fruit and vegetables
Onion and garlic: These foods have properties to reduce fluid retention.
Celery: This plant has laxative and diuretic properties.
Watercress also has laxative properties and also improve combustion antioxidants fats.
Parsley: This plant is consumed not only for seasoning foods, but also as an infusion. It is a plant that helps eliminate excess fluid from the body.
Tomato: a vegetable lycopene-rich (natural antioxidants) and potassium (mineral stimulates diuresis).
Artichokes: This vegetable also has diuretic and detoxifying properties.
Apple: A fruit that provides satiety and stimulates intestinal transit.
Pera: This fruit has diuretic properties, satiating and also provides a low calorie content.
Cherries and Strawberries: fruits are high in antioxidants, and stimulate the intestinal peristalsis.
Lemon: It is considered a special detoxifying fruit, since by its characteristic of being an alkaline food, manages to restore balance to the internal environment of the body, facilitating weight loss.
In addition to these fruits and vegetables, you also have other plant foods that have similar properties, such as lettuce, eggplant, arugula, broccoli, peaches, grapes (no more than one cup daily), blueberries, etc.
These foods can help you lose extra kilos, so you may need to know how to distribute them throughout the day. A good example would be:
Half an hour before breakfast: lemon juice (unsweetened).
Breakfast: 1 cup of green tea. 1 liquefied milk and apple light soy.
Midmorning: celery and carrot sticks.
Lunch: soup broth or fat burning. Panache of vegetables with light white sauce. 1 fruit.
Snack: 1 cup of green tea with a liquid-based soy milk, strawberries and blueberries or grapes.
Average afternoon: 1 baked fruit.
Dinner: soup broth or fat burning. Tomato salad, carrot, arugula and lettuce. (If you want you can add a portion of grilled fish with lemon). 1 part light gelatin.
It is important to clarify that this diet is not balanced because it has very low intake of protein and fat, so only could be done for a few days, no more than five to seven days.
Keep in mind that if you have problems with intestinal inflammation, it is important to try tolerance, incorporating into your diet these cooked foods. If you feel good and have not suffered from swelling you can incorporate vegetables and raw fruits slowly.
Remember to consult your doctor. The best diet is the individual diet tailored to your needs.