14 day diet plan – second and third day

14 day diet plan – 2. and 3. day

14 day diet menu

  • Breakfast: fruit salad of your choice.
  • Lunch: Mixed vegetable salad, also of your choice.
  • Dinner: Tomato soup (mash at least 6 tomatoes).

START

This is new American diet trend. According to it, we should eat mostly food that has a large volume. That’s why is also called volumetric. Our diet should be dominated by water, crisp salad, delicatessen vegetables and delicious fruit. All that, can be eaten in large quantities, because all these foods contain low metabolic energy, very little fat and lots of fiber. In addition, after eating we feel full for a long time. Soups are also great because give a body lot of fluids and are low in calories.

Treat yourself!

You can you afford to have one or two ‘sins’ of the middle or third list  below and in small quantities. The maximum daily energy intake should be from the left column.

Be careful, but

Your today motto is the same weight, greater the quantity! 150 g of meat does not look a lot, while 150 g of vegetables already nicely fill a dish. Consider where you can afford an additional portion of fruit, vegetables or just salads! Decorate the sandwich with fresh tomatoes or cut in yogurt fresh vegetables.15-fruits-vegetables-juice-recipes

For more energy

Squeeze 4 grapefruit or 4 oranges and add 2 liters of water. Drink a drink in small quantities throughout the day.

Low metabolic energy – you can eat

  • Cucumbers: 0, 1 kcal / g (percentage of water: 96%)
  • Salad: 0, 1 kcal / g (percentage of water: 96%)
  • Tomatoes: 0, 2 kcal / g (percentage of water: 94%)
  • Strawberries: 0, 3 kcal / g (percentage of water: 90%)
  • Carrots: 0, 4 kcal / g (percentage of water: 89%)
  • Fat-free yogurt: 0, 4 kcal / g (percentage of water: 89%)
  • Oranges: 0, 5 kcal / g (percentage of water: 86%)

Low metabolic energy – combine with fruit and vegetables

  • Cooked rice: 0, 9 kcal / g (percentage of water: 65%)
  • Fruit Yogurt: 1, 0 kcal / g (percentage of water: 77%)
  • Turkey Breast: 1, 0 kcal / g (percentage of water: 74%)
  • Non-fat veal: 1, 0 kcal / g (percentage of water: 76%)
  • Fresh salmon: 1, 3 kcal / g (percentage of water: 74%)
  • Cooked pasta: 1, 4 kcal / g (percentage of water: 65%)

Medium to high metabolic energy – Hands off!

  • Ham: 1, 7 kcal / g (percentage of water: 64%)
  • Whole-wheat bread: 1, 9 kcal / g (percentage of water: 44%)
  • Cream cheese: 3, 3 kcal / g (percentage of water: 55%)
  • Misliji: 3, 5 kcal / g (percentage of water: 11%)
  • Popcorn: 3, 8 kcal / g (percentage of water: 10%)
  • Emmentaler cheese: 3, 8 kcal / g (percentage of water: 37%)