Healthy fats: butter or margarine, light mayonnaise, low-fat spreads, oils, olives, avocados, seeds and nuts
Protein: Animal Meat (without skin), fish and seafood, low-fat cheese, cream cheese, tofu, soy milk, soy products
Vegetables: artichokes, asparagus, eggplant, beans, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, turnips, cucumbers, leeks, spinach, Swiss chard, mushrooms, zucchini, leeks, lettuce, radishes, tomatoes, tomato juice, vegetable juice
Banned carbohydrates (only during the first part of the diet): bread, pasta, rice, cakes, cereals, fruits, fruit juices, potatoes, carrots, beets, beans, pumpkin, milk, yogurt, fresh juices, candy, cakes, tarts
The first step of this metabolism miracle diet is the eight-week cleaning. This is the period during which you will be eating a low-carb, so you will ‘reprogram’ your body in their proper degradation.
Although you can eat with this simple diet still your most popular foods, you will also clean up ‘clutter’ in your metabolism. This will result in a reduction of fat stores and extra pounds loss, but certainly you will also get rid of fat around the waist.
Although carbohydrates are the main fuel of our body, their temporary exclusion from the menu is the only way to control blood sugar balance, which people have problems with metabolism B. You will exclude for some time a diet rich in carbohydrates, you will enter into the blood less sugar, which will help to stop excess insulin secretion. With temporary exclusion you will prevent the accumulation of glycogen in the liver.
In the first part of this simple diet, you will get rid of fat and you will get back the lost energy.
In the first part of Miracle Diet the food is divided into two categories: the food we can eat and the food that we should not eat The list is divided into four parts: protein, healthy fats, vegetables and carbohydrates.
In those eight weeks, you can eat all the food from the first three groups, but you should avoid foods from the fourth group. Poultry is one of the proteins, nuts are good fats and potatoes falls in the last group. Dietary carbohydrate on the list will have a dramatic effect on blood sugar levels, but also will stimulate the body to speed up the excretion of insulin.
On the list of foods is also a group of 5 x 5 carbs. These are carbohydrates that can be eaten in limited quantities during the first part of the diet. Make a good look on the food declarations and check how many carbohydrates they contain, because these foods will not stimulate increased secretion of insulin. You can eat whenever you want.
In five hours, do not eat more than 5 grams of carbohydrates. 5 x 5 rule allows you to eat a limited amount of carbohydrates. Ideally, is that you eat this type of carbohydrates during the meal and so you will always be sure that five hours had passed between their intake.
You will probably wonder how to know that a particular food contains 5 grams of carbohydrates or less. The list of foods you should avoid them is in the table. To calculate the net amount of carbs, check nutritional values per serving: from the total amount of carbohydrates subtract the number of fibers, which states on the declaration and you get the amount of carbohydrate (A rye cracker containing 6.6 g carbohydrate, 1.8 g fiber, subtract 1.8 from 6.6 and you get 4.8 g of carbohydrates).
In the first part of the diet you can also enjoy the following foods as long as it does not exceed 5 g carbohydrates: