The “Emergency” Diet

The “emergency” diet, with seven meals per day, is an easy diet that brings weight loss without starvation and may be followed for a week. The “emergency” diet also improves metabolism and eliminate fats easier.
This diet is based mostly on carbohydrates, proteins, and low amounts of fats. During a day without too much physical activity, a woman can burn up to forty grams of fat, but the daily fat intake is of seventy percent or more.
Monday:
Breakfast includes a muffin and a glass of orange juice. A banana, an orange, or another fruit substitutes for a snack. For lunch, flat bread with salad and bacon and two glasses of water.
The afternoon snack may be a small, low-fat yogurt, and an apple. A large bowl with vegetables and two slices of bread can satisfy the hunger of those who wish to follow this diet. A salad of fresh fruits is recommended as a dessert.
Tuesday:
This diet requires that people eat in the morning a small bowl with low-fat milk with corn flakes, and drink a glass of orange juice; morning snack should be a banana, an orange, or another fruit. For lunch, dieters may have for lunch a bowl with vegetable soup, one or two slices of bread, and two glasses of water.
A slice of bread along with a small and fat-free yogurt is indicated for a snack. Dinner consists of one glass of water and two portions of rice with vegetables. A small cup of ice cream is allowed.
Wednesday:
For breakfast, dieters should have two fruits, a slice of toast with margarine and strawberry jam, and an orange juice. As a snack, a fruit is highly indicated. Lunch should include a salad, two slices of bread, and two glasses of water. A pear or another fruit along with a bar are also good for a snack.
Dinner consists of a small bowl of pasta with seafood or fish, salad, and a glass of water. If desired, a salad of fresh fruits is allowed.
Thursday:
The morning should start with a small bowl of cereals, dry fruits with low-fat milk, and a glass of orange juice. A banana, an orange, or another fruit is enough for a snack. Lunch may include a salmon sandwich, salad, and two glasses of water.
The afternoon snack may consist of a bar and a yogurt. Two portions of rice with vegetables, a small portion of lean beef meat, and a glass of water are enough for dinner. A small cup of ice cream is allowed.
Friday:
For breakfast dieters should have two slices of whole grain with margarine and jam, and a glass of orange juice. Morning snack is the same as for the previous days. Lunch includes flat bread with beef steak, salad, and two glasses of water.
An apple or a bar should be had for snacks, and dinner consists of broiled chicken or fish with boiled vegetables, and a glass of red wine. A salad of fresh fruits is also indicated.
Saturday:
A banana with low-fat milk for breakfast, a tuna sandwich with salad and two glasses of water for lunch.
Dinner consists of a small bowl of pasta with tomato sauce, salad, a glass of red wine, and a glass of water.
Sunday:
Breakfast consists of cereals with low-fat milk and a glass of orange juice. Dieters may eat anything low in fats for lunch. A small low-fat yogurt with a bar and an apple may be had as snacks. The dieters may choose their own low-fat foods for dinner.
Always talk to a physician or nutritionist before starting a diet or a fitness program, particularly programs that may result in fast weight loss.

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