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Vegetarian Diet/tips

posted in Health & Fitness
09/16/2014
  • I myself am not a vegetarian but I did do some research on dieting for vegetarians. If you are serious about slimming down/losing weight:

    breakfast:

    In the morning have a large glass of plain water. After have some fruit, e.g.sliced ​​apples, ripe bananas or mangoes.
    Another option is: Cream cheese with whole bread(dark). This does not have to be a diet product, but if used be sure not to apply to much. You may also eat cucumbers or tomatoes on bread season with some herbs(ex:chives). Cottage cheese and (soy) yogurt are also delicious sources of protein for breakfast and in the evening. ➡️

  • breakfast drink idea:
    a glass of orange juice/coffee with some soy milk( has less fat )

    3. Noon:

    a salad with lots of vegetables tossed with olive oil, sunflower seeds or pine nuts. You may throw in what you like (ex: corn, beans, legumes, and of course peppers and tomatoes). You can also spice it up a little by adding some sheep cheese cubes. Be careful not to eat white bread next to it because it's fattening. taboo: dressing. You may want to make some yogurt water lemon dressing at home or a small shot of balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Vegetables dishes are also good if you ➡️

  • wish to eat something warm. Tomatoes , eggplant, and zucchini are some examples of veggies you can toss in a little olive oil and then fry lightly.

    Afterwards have some whole wheat or spelled pasta. (PS olive oil is okay as long as you have no more than 1 tablespoon a day and kind of the same with cream). Also just stay conscious of what kind of food you eat.

    4. Instead of frying just bake! Also very good for your figure and health, brown rice, potatoes or cereal / vegetable burgers, the latter of course only if they are not fried in fat, rather put them into the oven and bake. ➡️

  • Baking is also a good alternative to dishes that are usually fatty(ex: fries)

    5. Roughage. Fibre boost the natural way of the bowels and are an effective source of help for constipation. They also wash out toxins, pollutants, substances fermentation and rotting substances, and the still undigested fats from the body and contribute enormously good for blood lipid levels.

    6. Sources of protein.

    Dairy is also a good source of protein ,to make it better instead of drinking cows milk you could drink soy milk(less fat)

    ➡️

  • 7.Important sources of protein for vegetarians besides vegetables and cereal (ex: including quinoa and millet) are nuts, legumes and soy.

    8. TABOOS – Thanks you should or shouldn't eat:Quick soluble carbohydrates such as white bread, polished rice, sugar, sweets, cakes (except maybe a piece of low-calorie/low-fat carrot cake) and sweet drinks. (NO SODA AT ALL) a better drink may be a diluted fruit juice, but even this contains calories.

    9. Instead:
    Complex carbohydrates like the ones in salads, raw vegetables, fruit and vegetables, (potatoes and whole grains are examples)

    ➡️

  • 10. Sports / exercise
    In addition be sure to keep exercising(walking, swimming, etc.)

    11. Drink, drink, drink!
    most definitely don't forget to drink a lot some of the best unsweetened teas are green tea, mate tea, and fasting Tea. Then of course water is one of the best drinks. About 2 L a day is the minimum amount to drink.

    -to help follow a workout plan( can be easy or hard), good luck!

  • If you don't want to do a hard workout, but still wish to workout this 20 day starter plan could be a good exercise set up.😊 Hope I helped!
    If you don't want to do a hard workout, but still wish to workout this 20 day starter plan could be a good exercise set up.😊 Hope I helped!

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