Lose 3-5 kg (6.6-11 pounds) in Two Weeks with the Rotation Diet

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By on November 17th, 2007 11:56 GMT
The rotation diet is based on introducing in your daily menu various food categories every 4 days. The types of food are divided into four categories and into biological families. Each day you should eat food belonging to the same family or distinct families and groups, but you should not eat that again before four days have passed. For example, if today you eat an apple, during the next four days you must not eat another one or a fruit belonging to its family (Rosaceae, like a pear, cherry, plum, apricot).

The same happens with the food groups: if you eat today a diary product, you must not eat diary products, beef or lamb during the next four days.

This diet stimulates and activates metabolism and the assimilation of the food, favoring liquid loss and increasing energy waste.

The four food groups are:

1.vinegar, mushrooms, beer yeast, bread yeast

2.pork, bacon, salami, sausages, lard

3.milk and diary products, beef, lamb, lactose-containing products

4.eggs, chicken, Guinea fowl

There are some varieties of meat and fish that are an exception: rabbit, horse, turkey, game, brill, swordfish, grouper, hake, trevally, seabass, sea bram.

This is a short guide that enumerates the biological plant food families:

Actinidaceae: kiwi

Anacardiaceae: pistachio, mango

Asteraceae: artichoke, chicory, thistle, lettuce, endive, chamomile, sunflower seeds

Betullaceae: hazelnut

Bromeliaceae: pineapple

Caricaceae: papaya

Chenopodiaceae: sugar beet, red beet, spinach, quinoa

Cruciferae: all types of cabbage, radish, broccoli, cauliflower, turnip, watercress

Cucurbitaceae: water melon, melon, squash, zucchini, cucumber

Fabiaceae: lentils, green and dry broad bean, green and dry bean, soy, white lupine, green and dry peas, chickpea, peanut

Gramineae: oats, rye, sugar cane, bamboo, wheat, corn, malt, millet, rice, barley (and any bread or pasta made of these cereals)

Grossulariaceae: currants

Juglandaceae: wall nut

Labiaceae: basil, marjoram, sage, lavender, lemon balm, mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme

Lauraceae: avocado, cinnamon, laurel

Liliaceae: garlic, asparagus, onion, leek

Moraceae: mulberry

Musaceae: banana

Oleaceae: olive

Polygonaceae: buckwheat

Rosaceae: apricot, cherry, strawberry, raspberry, almond, apple, blackberry, pear, peach, plum, loquat

Rutaceae: orange, pomelo, dancy, lemon

Solanaceae: eggplant, potato, pimiento, tomato

Umbeliferae: anise, carrot, cumin, fennel, parsley, celery, coriander, dill

Urticaceae: nettle

Vitaceae: grapes

The type of menu for four days is:

First day Breakfast: a cup of milk and almonds (Rosaceae), strawberries

11:00 Peach (Rosaceae)

Dinner: Grilled turkey, salad of lettuce with sunflower seeds and five olives; chamomile infusion

17:00 Four apricots

Supper: endive salad with five almonds, macaroni with oven-baked artichokes; one oven-baked apple, chamomile infusion

Second day Breakfast: One banana and yoghurt

11:00 Three slices of watermelon

Dinner: Two pieces of grilled hake; vapor-made zucchini with basil; anise infusion

17:00 Half melon

Supper: Omelette made of 2 eggs with mushrooms; salad of cucumber with yoghurt

Third day Breakfast: One cup of soy milk, one mango

11:00 Grape juice (must), five pistachios

Dinner: Salad made of cabbage, watercress and onion; rabbit cooked with garlic; sage infusion

17:00 Soy shake

Supper: Oven-made seabass, asparagus, lemon balm infusion

Fourth day Breakfast: two pieces of bacon, green tea infusion, one slice of pineapple

11:00 One pomelo

Dinner: Grilled pork loin; boiled spinach with royal quinoa

17:00 One kiwi

Supper: salad of carrots, celery and parsley with half avocado; turkey thigh; half papaya

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