Wedding diet, 4 weeks, -16 kg

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Losing weight up to 16 kg in 4 weeks.

The average daily calorie content is 830 Kcal.

 

It is known that many people, especially the fairer sex, sin with “seizing” stress, which is often reflected by the addition of a couple of (or even more) unnecessary kilograms. We also eat too much when we are excited before such an important event as a wedding. If you also “ate” your sides or other problem areas, you will be interested to learn about the wedding diet.

Requirements of the wedding diet

It is not necessary to follow a strictly prescribed diet if the weight situation is not critical, and there is still a lot of time left until the most important day in your life. You can simply make certain simple adjustments to the diet and do with losing weight, as they say, with little blood. The following nutritional rules can also be found under the name light diet… It is recommended to do the following.

  • Avoid foods containing white flour and sugar in any form. Better to quench your passion for sweets with sweet fruits and dried fruits. If you really want a forbidden product, eat it for breakfast. So the likelihood that calories will be stored in reserve is minimal.
  • Drink enough water (up to 2 liters per day). This practice will help avoid unwanted snacks (after all, our body often perceives thirst as a feeling of hunger), and will also have a positive effect on the appearance, which does not change for the better with dehydration.
  • You can eat almost everything, giving up frankly fatty and high-calorie foods and not overeating. Daily meals should be at least 4-5, eat in small portions. Focus on seasonal vegetables, herbs, fruits and berries, lean fish and meat, and low-fat milk and sour milk.
  • Eat most of the foods by boiling or baking. Do not indulge her with oils and fats. Those foods that can be eaten raw, and consume.
  • If spices are not contraindicated for you, prepare dishes from, for example, Indian or Chinese cuisine, which are rich in these additives. Spices accelerate metabolism and help you lose weight faster.
  • Do not forget about sports activities, do at least exercise in the morning. And if you can load the body systematically in the gym, it will be just fine.

Sticking to a light diet, if you approach it wisely, can be long until you reach the desired weight.

If there is a month or more left before the wedding, you can use a weight loss method with a clearly defined menu called “wedding diet for a month“. This diet prescribes 4 meals a day. It is desirable that dinner be served no later than 18-19 hours. But if you go to bed very late, have dinner before 20:00 pm. The basis of the diet in this version of the pre-wedding diet is lean meat and fish, eggs, low-fat kefir, fruits and vegetables. It is necessary to give up sugar (including in drinks) and white flour foods. More detailed recommendations are given below in the diet menu.

 

If you need to modernize the figure in a few days before the wedding, they come to the rescue extreme diets… It is worth sticking to them no longer than 3-4 days (maximum – 5). And it is best to complete the diet at least a couple of days before the celebration in order to have time to restore your appearance. Indeed, strict methods often take away strength, which negatively affects both our outer shell and our well-being.

Good results in terms of weight loss and cleansing of the body gives juice diet… Here you only need to drink fresh fruit / vegetable juices. You can make juice both from one gift of nature and from a mix of them. The rules are simple. Approximately every two hours – from waking up (approximately from 8:00) and until 21:00 – drink a glass of healthy liquid. It is recommended to refuse other food and drinks (except water) during the period of extreme juice diet. As a rule, one day of such a technique takes away an unnecessary kilogram from the body.

You can also spend several fasting days, for example, on low-fat kefir or apples. Such unloading is one of the most effective mini-diets.

 

Get out of the wedding diet correctly, especially if you lost weight using an extreme method. If you completed the process of losing weight shortly before the wedding, then do not lean on fatty and high-calorie foods at the celebration itself. The stomach may not respond well to excess, so be careful!

Wedding diet menu

An example of a diet of a weak wedding diet for a week

Day 1

Breakfast: rice porridge (200 g) with a teaspoon of butter; apple; Tea coffee.

 

Snack: whole grain toast (30 g); boiled egg and fresh cucumber.

Lunch: fillet of baked hake (150-200 g); up to 200 g of salad, which includes white cabbage, cucumber, green peas, a little vegetable oil (preferably olive oil).

Afternoon snack: 100 g of curd (fat percentage – up to 5) with an apple cut into it; seagulls with lemon.

 

Dinner: stewed vegetables (200 g); a slice of baked chicken breast (up to 120 g).

Day 2

Breakfast: a sandwich made from a slice of rye bread, greased with low-fat cottage cheese, and a thin slice of cheese; banana; Tea coffee.

 

Snack: cottage cheese (2 tbsp. L.), Which has added natural honey or jam (1 tsp. L.).

Lunch: a cup of lean chicken broth; salad of cucumber, tomato, Chinese cabbage and carrots, sprinkled with lemon juice.

Afternoon snack: apple and kiwi salad with a cup of mint tea.

Dinner: chicken fillet, boiled or baked (about 200 g) and a couple of small cucumbers.

Day 3

Breakfast: oatmeal cooked in water (150 g) with 1-2 tsp. honey and chopped banana; coffee Tea.

Snack: a handful of walnuts (up to 60 g); apple; green tea with a slice of lemon.

Lunch: 150-200 g of brown rice and 2-3 tbsp. l. stewed vegetables.

Afternoon snack: 150 g low-fat cottage cheese casserole, plain yogurt, shabby banana (you can also add a little semolina to create a thicker consistency); a cup of tea.

Dinner: boiled shrimp (200 g); cucumber and tomato salad.

Day 4

Breakfast: 150 g of oatmeal (you can cook it in low-fat milk) with 100 g of raspberries or strawberries.

Snack: half a glass of yogurt up to 5% fat with honey (1 tsp); coffee Tea.

Lunch: baked hake (200-250 g) and 2-3 tbsp. l. sauerkraut or fresh cabbage.

Afternoon snack: 200 g of tomato and cucumber salad (you can add low-fat sour cream or natural yogurt).

Dinner: chicken breast (200 g), baked with 20-30 g of parmesan, and fresh cucumber.

Day 5

Breakfast: mashed potatoes (220 g) with butter (1 tsp); boiled egg and cucumber.

Snack: Kiwi (2 medium) and green gulls.

Lunch: soup with mushrooms and rice; a slice of rye bread with a thin slice of hard cheese with a minimum fat content.

Afternoon snack: up to 150 g casserole, consisting of cottage cheese, raisins and low-fat sour cream (if you want, add a little fruit or berries to it).

Dinner: baked pollock fillet (200 g) and seaweed (100 g).

Day 6

Breakfast: scrambled eggs, the ingredients of which are two chicken eggs and a little milk; Tea coffee.

Snack: banana-orange salad.

Lunch: 200-250 g of baked potatoes in the company of champignons; a slice (about 70 g) of chicken, cooked without oil.

Afternoon snack: 200 ml of kefir and an apple.

Dinner: bake a mixture of low-fat cottage cheese (150 g) with an apple in the oven (season the dish with cinnamon); green tea with a slice of lemon.

Day 7

Breakfast: barley porridge (150 g) with 1 tsp. butter; tea.

Snack: mix of banana and kiwi.

Lunch: 100 g of boiled chicken fillet with vegetable casserole (250 g).

Afternoon snack: boiled shrimps (150 g) with tomato juice (250 ml).

Dinner: 2 small steamed fish cakes; boiled brown rice (100 g); tomato juice (200 ml) or fresh tomato.

The diet of the wedding diet for one month

Week 1

Monday

Breakfast: a slice of rye bread with tea.

Lunch: boiled beef (70-100 g), lightly poured with low-fat sour cream; an Apple.

Snack: rye bread (up to 100 g) with tea.

Dinner: 100 g of cooked beef; grated carrots and a small apple.

Tuesday

Breakfast: rye bread (70 g) with tea.

Lunch: 3-4 small baked potatoes; apple or pear.

Snack: tea with two thin slices of rye bread.

Dinner: boiled chicken egg; a glass of kefir and a glass of freshly squeezed fruit juice.

Wednesday

Breakfast: 100 g of minimally fatty cheese (or cottage cheese) and a cup of tea.

Lunch: about 70-80 g of cooked or baked beef in the company of three potatoes cooked in uniforms; a glass of fruit juice.

Snack: 70 g of cheese with tea.

Dinner: a glass of kefir with two small apples.

Thursday

Breakfast: black or rye bread (100 g) with tea.

Lunch: boiled beef (up to 80 g); three boiled potatoes and a small apple.

Snack: 100 g of black bread with tea.

Dinner: boiled chicken egg; an Apple; kefir (200-250 ml).

Friday

Breakfast: boiled egg with tea.

Lunch: 100 g of boiled beef with three baked potatoes; a glass of fruit juice.

Snack: 100 g of black bread with tea.

Dinner: cucumber-tomato salad and a glass of kefir.

Saturday

Breakfast: 100 g of black bread with tea.

Lunch: salad, ingredients of which make tomato, cucumber and vegetable oil (a little).

Snack: banana with kefir (glass).

Dinner: boiled beef (100 g); an Apple; tea.

Sunday

Breakfast: boiled chicken egg with tea.

Lunch: 100 g of boiled chicken breast; 3-4 potatoes in uniforms; tomato juice (250 ml).

Snack: any fruit and tea.

Dinner: cucumber and tomato salad; 200 ml of kefir.

Week 2

Monday

Breakfast: boiled egg with tea.

Lunch: three boiled potatoes; tomato and apple.

Snack: fruit juice (250 ml).

Dinner: salad, which include tomato, cucumber and some vegetable oil; kefir (glass).

Tuesday

Breakfast: up to 100 g of black bread with tea with milk.

Lunch: 3 boiled potatoes; a couple of tomatoes; fruit juice (glass).

Snack: 2 thin slices of rye bread with a glass of kefir.

Dinner: boiled egg with tea.

Wednesday

Breakfast: boiled chicken egg and tea with a couple of lemon slices.

Lunch: boiled fish fillet (about 100 g); two boiled or baked potatoes; fruit juice (250 ml).

Snack: a glass of kefir; a slice of rye bread.

Dinner: cucumber and tomato salad; tea.

Thursday

Breakfast: 70 g of cheese or low-fat curd with tea.

Lunch: fish, boiled or baked (100 g); fruit juice (glass).

Snack: 40 g of black bread with a glass of kefir.

Dinner: 30 g of hard cheese; egg; apple.

Friday

Breakfast: about 70 g of rye bread with tea.

Lunch: up to 100 g of boiled chicken breast; 2 boiled potatoes; half a glass of fruit or vegetable juice.

Snack: 50-70 g of low-fat cheese.

Dinner: cucumber and tomato salad; a glass of kefir.

Saturday

Breakfast: 60 g of black bread with kefir (200 ml).

Lunch: 50 g of cheese; a couple of boiled potatoes; tomato and a cup of tea.

Snack: an apple and a glass of fruit juice.

Dinner: a salad of boiled eggs and cucumbers, seasoned with a small amount of sour cream (in extreme cases, low-fat mayonnaise); tea.

Sunday

Breakfast: 100 g of black or rye bread; a slice of low-fat cheese; Tea coffee.

Lunch: cabbage salad, lightly drizzled with vinegar.

Snack: 2 small apples.

Dinner: boiled egg; 2 tomatoes and a glass of kefir.

Week 3

Monday

Breakfast: a cup of tea with milk with a slice (50 g) of cheese.

Lunch: salad, the components of which make two potatoes, a tomato, a cucumber and herbs; boiled chicken breast (100 g) can also be sent to a salad or eaten separately.

Snack: a slice of brown bread with kefir (250 ml).

Dinner: 2-3 potatoes in their uniforms or baked; boiled egg; low-fat sour cream (1 tsp); apple and tea.

Tuesday

Breakfast: low fat cheese (50 g) with tea.

Lunch: two potatoes in their uniforms; canned beans (about 70 g); a glass of fruit or vegetable juice.

Snack: 2 small apples with a glass of kefir.

Dinner: boiled chicken egg; a glass of kefir.

Wednesday

Breakfast: rye bread (100 g) with a cup of tea / coffee.

Lunch: cook scrambled eggs from 2 eggs, tomato and herbs in a dry frying pan; fruit juice (glass).

Snack: 2 apples with a glass of kefir.

Dinner: boil 100 g of chicken fillet or fry without oil; tea.

Thursday

Breakfast: tea with a slice (50 g) of cheese.

Lunch: salad (cucumbers, tomatoes, herbs, a spoonful of vegetable oil) with three baked potatoes.

Snack: 2 apples and fruit juice (250 ml).

Dinner: about 150 g of cottage cheese with low-fat sour cream (1 tsp); kefir (200 ml).

Friday

Breakfast: tea / coffee with rye bread (100 g).

Lunch: boiled fish (100 g); salad (cucumber plus tomato).

Snack: an apple with a glass of fruit juice.

Dinner: a 50 gram piece of cheese and kefir (250 ml).

Saturday

Breakfast: about 50 g of rye or black bread with a cup of milk tea.

Lunch: chopped white cabbage, sprinkled with vinegar.

Snack: 2 apples.

Dinner: hard egg; 60-70 g of cheese; kefir (200 ml).

Sunday

Breakfast: a slice of rye bread; a slice of cheese; coffee or tea (you can add milk to the drink).

Lunch: 100 g of boiled fish or meat fillet; a cup of tea.

Snack: apple and fruit juice (glass).

Dinner: scrambled eggs (use 2 eggs, 50 g of lean ham and some greens); a glass of kefir.

Week 4

Monday

Breakfast: seagulls with a slice (100 g) of rye bread.

Lunch: three boiled potatoes; chopped cabbage (100 g).

Snack: an apple plus a glass of any fruit juice.

Dinner: canned beans (50-60 g); a slice of rye or black bread with a glass of low-fat kefir.

Tuesday

Breakfast: about 100 g of rye bread with tea.

Lunch: salad with cabbage and 2-3 boiled potatoes (you can sprinkle it with a little vegetable oil).

Snack: kefir (250 ml).

Dinner: two boiled eggs; apple and a glass of fruit juice.

Wednesday

Breakfast: about 70 g of cereal bread with a glass of milk.

Lunch: 100 g of boiled fish fillets; non-starchy vegetable salad with herbs.

Snack: an apple and a glass of fruit juice.

Dinner: steep egg with a teaspoon of minimal fat sour cream (or mayonnaise); kefir (200-250 ml).

Thursday

Breakfast: 50 g of cheese with tea.

Lunch: 2 tomatoes and 100-120 g of rye bread.

Snack: apple; a glass of fruit juice.

Dinner: about 70 g of cooked beef fillet; 3-4 baked potatoes; kefir (200 ml).

Friday

Breakfast: boiled chicken egg with tea or coffee.

Lunch: two boiled potatoes with a small amount of sour cream or mayonnaise of minimum fat content; salad consisting of cucumbers and tomatoes.

Snack: 2 apples and a glass of fruit juice.

Dinner: scrambled eggs (two eggs, tomato and greens).

Saturday

Breakfast: 70 g of rye bread with a glass of milk.

Lunch: 2 tbsp. l. canned beans; salad of cucumbers and tomatoes.

Snack: salad (cut one apple and a banana into cubes); fruit juice (200 ml).

Dinner: 100 g of lean fish fillet (choose: boiled or baked) and a glass of kefir.

Sunday

Breakfast: a couple of grain crisps and tea.

Lunch: a salad of two or three boiled potatoes, chopped white cabbage, a spoonful of vegetable oil.

Snack: a glass of kefir.

Dinner: a piece of boiled or baked chicken breast (up to 120 g) with one boiled egg and a glass of fruit / vegetable juice.

An example of a wedding juice diet for 1 day

8:00 – a cup of green tea.

8:30 – apple nectar (200-250 ml), can be with pulp.

10:00 – a glass of orange juice.

11:30 – a glass of pineapple juice.

13:00 – thick nectar from a mix of vegetables.

15:00 – carrot juice.

17:00 – a glass of celery juice.

19:00 – a glass of grape juice.

21:00 – a glass of carrot juice.

Contraindications for a wedding diet

  • The wedding diet should not be addressed to women in position and breastfeeding, with existing chronic diseases and viral infections.
  • You should not sit on a juice diet with diabetes.

Advantages of the wedding diet

  1. Long-term wedding diet options have several benefits. They provide a smooth and consistent weight loss with minimal potential for health risks. Moreover, as a rule, the state of health even improves.
  2. Also, the appearance is transformed for the better (in particular, the condition of the skin).
  3. Weight loss occurs without hunger pangs, and the variety of foods is quite large.
  4. If we talk about the wedding juice diet recommended for fast weight loss, it improves metabolic processes and promotes the elimination of slagging in the body in a natural way.
  5. Also, juice nectars are great invigorating, due to which, despite the absence of solid food in the diet, this diet is usually quite easily tolerated.

Disadvantages of a wedding diet

  • Observance of long-term options for a wedding diet will require discipline and tangible work on eating habits, nevertheless, you will have to withstand a considerable dietary period.
  • The juice diet itself is criticized by some nutritionists due to the fact that you can face the syndrome of the so-called “lazy stomach”. Then it will be difficult for him to process solid food.
  • Listen to your feelings and do not exceed the recommended dietary period. It is better to start with a juice fasting day and, based on the results of it, decide whether you should sit on such a technique longer.

Re-conducting the wedding diet

It is advisable to turn to long-term options for the wedding diet again at least after a month’s break, and to the juice five-day period – 2-3 weeks after the initial one.

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