Slimming diet yogurt
Diet yoghurt improves digestion and makes us feel light. It also helps to lose weight and eat at the same time healthy and delicious.
Spilling into heated jars, you turn off and hold for 3 hours at 45 degrees (eg in the oven).
Yogurt should be kept in the refrigerator a maximum of one week.
Principles of diet yoghurt
1) During the diet yoghurt during the day should eat fermented milk beverages (yogurt, kefir, buttermilk) containing live bacteria.
Note! Avoid those with sugar, because they are a lot more calories.
2) Yogurt consumed three times a day, in addition to all the main meals. In contrast, two times a day is made of the buttermilk or kefir, such as snacks.
3) Eat 5 meals a day (a total of no more than 1700 kcal). Eat meals at fixed times, every 3-4 hours. Breakfast should be eaten no later than 1 hour after waking up, while dinner two hours before bedtime.
Note! You can not fry food.
4) In addition to the fermented milk drinks are consumed:
- lean meat (3-4 times a week);
- fish (2-3 times per week).
In addition, the diet should include vegetables, fruits, whole grains (brown bread, pasta) and cereal and brown rice.
5) Denmark, prepare, cooking (preferably steamed) or burning in the film without added fat.
Note! Avoid fried dishes.
6) You need to drink plenty of water (approximately 2 liters per day). The best drink non-carbonated mineral water and unsweetened tea.
Instead of black tea drink green, which is a source of polyphenols. They scavenge free radicals (accelerate aging). Green tea also supports the elimination of toxins, regulates the secretion of bile, stimulates digestion, boosts energy, and supports weight loss.
Why weight loss diet yogurt?
Natural yoghurt and other fermented milk drinks (kefir, buttermilk) contain live bacteria, and they support and accelerate intestinal digestion and prevent constipation.
It is also a rich source of easily absorbable calcium, which accelerates the decomposition of fatty compounds in the body.
These low in calories (those without sugar!). 100 g of natural yoghurt skimmed = 42 kcal, and 2% fat = 60 kcal.
Buttermilk = 40 kcal, and kefir = 45 kcal.
Dairy milk is rich in nutrients. Natural yogurt (kefir, buttermilk) contain valuable and well absorbed by the body proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Their advantage is that fight bacteria harmful to us and restore the normal bacterial flora of the digestive system. They are recommended in diarrhea.
Also support our resistance and are recommended after antibiotic treatment and the disease.
Additions to yogurt
Fruits that contain pectin colon cleansing with the by-products of metabolism and regulate digestion and stimulate excretion.
Sweet fruits and these are the perfect replacement dried sweets because they have fewer calories and above all they are healthier.
Vegetables that are a source of vitamins and minerals. They also contain a lot of fiber, which helps regulate the process of metabolism and speeds up digestion.
Cereal grains - whole grains, as well as all the cereal is a rich source of vitamin E and B group and selenium, zinc, copper, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. Besides containing protein and carbohydrates. They help satisfy your hunger for a long time.
Diet yoghurt - a sample menu
2 slices of bread with 2 slices of chicken ham (turkey or chicken), a small apple, 150 g of natural yoghurt.
Cod (approximately 100 g) foil or grilled vegetables (peppers marchew.), clearing natural yoghurt, 3-4 tablespoons of porridge (such as millet).
Salad with boiled eggs, 100 g of cooked broccoli, pepper and half of the medium red onion, clearing 150 g of natural yoghurt.
100 grams of lean cheese mixed with 150 g of kefir and chopped orange or kiwi.
1 cup butter with 1 tablespoon of the shredded bran and celery stalk.
150 g plain yogurt 1/4 cup whole-grain cereal without sugar, banana, or a handful of grapes.
1 cup plain yogurt with chopped dill, chives and cucumber, 1 as a hard-boiled, 10 grams of cooked filet of chicken.
1 slice of wholemeal bread, 40g smoked salmon (can be mackerel), 100 g of skimmed natural yoghurt, tomato or pepper.
2-3 tablespoons of muesli with fruit mixed with 1 cup of buttermilk.
Grated carrots with a teaspoon of olive oil, some chopped walnuts and 1/2 cup of kefir.