Japanese diet

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The Japanese diet was developed by specialists of the Japanese clinic "Jaeks".Duration of the diet is 13 days. The creators of the diet promise that during this time there will be a complete reorganization of the metabolism and a lasting effect from the use of the Japanese diet will last at least 2-3 years without any further efforts. Whether to believe these promises - decide for yourself. So, what is the Japanese diet?

Important conditions for using this diet: within 13 days you can not eat sugar, salt, alcohol, flour and confectionery. Between meals you can without any restrictions drink mineral or boiled water. To adhere to the diet should be exactly, without changing the sequence and not replacing the products, because only in this case there is a change in metabolism. Day 1
Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 2 hard boiled eggs, salad from boiled cabbage with vegetable oil, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fried or boiled fish. Day 2
Breakfast: black coffee, rusk.
Lunch: fried or boiled fish, vegetable salad, cabbage with vegetable oil.

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Dinner: 100 grams of boiled beef, a glass of kefir. Day 3
Breakfast: black coffee, rusk.
Lunch: 1 large fried zucchini in vegetable oil.
Dinner: 2 hard boiled eggs, 200 grams of boiled beef, salad of fresh cabbage with vegetable oil. Day 4
Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 1 raw egg, 3 large boiled carrots with vegetable oil, 15 grams of hard cheese.
Dinner: fruit.

Day 5
Breakfast: raw carrots with lemon juice.
Lunch: fish fried or boiled, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fruit. Day 6
Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 0.5 boiled chicken, salad of fresh cabbage or carrots.
Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs, a glass of raw carrots with vegetable oil.

Day 7
Breakfast: tea.
Lunch: 200 gr.boiled beef, fruit.
Dinner: Any of the suppers of the previous days, except for the 3rd day.

Day 8
Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: Half of boiled chicken, salad of fresh cabbage or carrots.
Dinner: 2 hard boiled eggs, a glass of raw carrots with vegetable oil.

Day 9
Breakfast: raw carrots with lemon juice.
Lunch: large fish fried or boiled, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fruit. Day:

Day 10
Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 1 raw egg, 3 large boiled carrots with vegetable oil, 15 grams of hard cheese.
Dinner: fruit. Day:

Breakfast: black coffee, cracker.
Lunch: 1 large zucchini, roasted in vegetable oil.
Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs, 200 gr.boiled beef, salad of fresh cabbage with vegetable oil.

Day 12
Breakfast: black coffee, cracker
Lunch: fried or boiled fish, vegetable salad, cabbage with vegetable oil.
Dinner: 100 gr.boiled beef, a glass of yogurt. Day 13
Breakfast: black coffee.
Lunch: 2 hard boiled eggs, salad from boiled cabbage with vegetable oil, a glass of tomato juice.
Dinner: fried or boiled fish.

It should be noted that the described "Japanese diet" has almost nothing to do with the traditional diet of the Japanese. Japan is a country focused on the sea, and the basis of Japanese food is seafood. Mountainous terrain impedes the development of agriculture, so agriculture in Japan has not received much development. The main crop is rice, in small quantities wheat, barley, soybeans and other cereals are grown. Even more weakly in Japan is developed livestock, therefore meat and dairy products have spread only in recent years, and their share in the Japanese diet is very low. Citrus( mandarins and oranges), apples, pears, bananas, peaches, cherries are widely distributed.

According to the Japanese themselves, the usual food of the inhabitants of the country of the rising sun( we can say, the traditional Japanese diet:) looks like this:
300-400 grams of rice,
150-300 g of fruit,
200-300 g of vegetables,
50 grams of legumes,
100-150 grams of fish,
100 grams of milk,
no more than one egg,
2 teaspoons of sugar.
Men sometimes drink 300-400 g of beer a day.

At the same time, the Japanese are very resourceful cooks. From such a modest set of products, they can cook a huge variety of various dishes. The most ordinary Japanese meal often includes from 5 to 20 dishes in the most bizarre combinations. But coffee Japanese people use a little, traditionally preferring green tea.

Thus, traditional Japanese food is low-calorie, about 1600-1800 kcal, rich in carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins of group B and C, iron and phosphorus. Japanese fats are consumed in small quantities and mostly vegetable.

And now the Japanese diet, which has entered into fashion, is very low-calorie( on some days the caloric content of the diet drops to 700 kcal.), But at the same time it prescribes to consume a large amount of fat( up to 60% of the total caloric content of the daily ration) and protein and a small amount of carbohydrates(on some days less than 15 grams per day).The Japanese diet is also characterized by a very small content of almost all the basic microelements( potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron) and most vitamins( in particular, vitamins C and E, folic acid, etc.).

It should also be noted that the mandatory almost daily use of black coffee severely limits the indication for the safe use of the Japanese diet.

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