This diet can reduce your intake to 1000 calories a day, and with it, the body does not deny the necessary proteins. Diet with Lemon speeds up the metabolism and acts as a mild the diuretic, and helps eject excess fluid from the body.
Lemon is the perfect ally in your diet. If you add it in every dish, dessert, juice or tea and after a week you will notice that this citrus fruits in a powerful ally in the burning of excess calories. If, during this follow the regimen of a diet that was created by an American nutritionist, in a healthy way, you can lose 1 kilo a week without losing muscle mass.
This diet will reduce the daily intake of 1,000 calories, while at the same time your body does not deny the necessary proteins.
Studies have shown that citric acid helps breakdown fat and hinders the creation of new, and it is rich in essential oils that slow or block the synthesis of cholesterol.
The regime of a diet:
Breakfast – every day the same: a cup of hot tea with lemon and two slices of integral rusks with jam lemon.
Lunch: 70 g of cooked rice seasoned with 2 teaspoons of lemon juice, a teaspoon of olive oil and 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, green salad seasoned with lemon juice
Dinner: 200 g of roasted veal seasoned with fresh ham and lemon slices, 50 g of whole wheat bread, spinach seasoned with a teaspoon of oil and lemon juice
Lunch: 150 g of hake baked in foil with a little olive oil and a lemon cut into slices, 50 g integral bread
Dinner: 150g chicken breast roasted with a little oil, spices and lemon juice, roasted peppers seasoned with lemon juice half and 50 g integral rolls
Lunch: 70 g of spaghetti in tomato sauce with lemon juice and 150 g green salad dressed with lemon juice (half a lemon)
Dinner: 150 g steak of veal roasted and spiced with lemon slices, cooked seasonal vegetables
Lunch: salad of mozzarella cheese 40 g, 30 g of tuna and five olive juice of half a lemon, whole-wheat bread
Dinner: baked fish with slices of fresh tomato and lemon, 2 boiled potatoes
Lunch: Salad 100 g of roasted white meat chicken, 50 g of cooked carrots and peas, seasoned with olive oil and lemon juice
Dinner: 70g of cooked rice, topped with tomato sauce, lemon juice and 1 teaspoon grated Parmesan cheese
Lunch: 80 g of fresh ham, whole wheat bread, cooked spinach seasoned with a teaspoon of oil and the juice of half a lemon
Dinner: 2 baked potato salad sauerkraut, fruit salad topped with lemon juice
Lunch: Spaghetti seasoned with parmesan cheese, lemon juice, two hard boiled eggs, fresh seasonal vegetables
Dinner: vegetable soup, and 150 g of cooked beef with topping lemon juice, orange or grapefruit
The nutritive value of lemons – 100g
Vitamin C 50g
Calories 11 kcal
Sugars 2.3 g
Protein 0.6 g
Potassium 140 mg
Calcium 14 mg
Magnesium 28 mg
Fat 0.6 g
Iron 0.1 mg
Fiber 1.9 g