Cardiologist Suggests 5-Day Diet: A Safe Way to Lose 15 Pounds

One of the essential parts of our lifestyle is our diet. People who have an excess of kilograms have increased health risk of gallbladder disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, heart disease, as well as different kinds of cancer. If you try to live a healthy life, you’ll decrease that risk.

In this article, we’re going to show you a diet that a European cardiologist recommended. Eggs are its primary protein source. Try to find organic ones. This also refers to the fruits you’ll choose. They should be fresh and organic. Combining this diet with a good set of exercises will help you lose even 15 pounds!

The diet is really simple. Just take the same breakfast every day: 1 piece of any of your favorite fruits, except for bananas or grapes. You can also use a serving of blackberries or blueberries since they are full of antioxidants.

Day 1

Lunch: Take a cup of yogurt, an egg, an orange

Dinner: Consume 2 tomatoes, a small bowl of lettuce (you can also use ½ a cucumber), 2 boiled eggs and 2 pieces of toast,

Day 2

Lunch: Take an orange, a cup of yogurt and 1 boiled egg

Dinner: Consume 1 cup of coffee or tea (no sugar), 1 orange, red meat (125 gr.), 1 piece of toast

Day 3

Lunch: Take 1 orange, 1 boiled egg, a cucumber

Dinner: Consume a piece of toast, a cup of tea or coffee (no sugar), red meat (cooked-125 gr.) and 1 orange

Day 4

Lunch: Take 1 orange with 1 piece of toast and cottage cheese (125 gr.)

Dinner: it should be the same one as in day 3

Day 5

Lunch: Take 1 piece of toast, cooked fish or meat (200 gr.) with 1 tomato

Dinner: Consume ½ a pound of peas, carrots and potatoes (cooked)

Take the diet for complete 5 days. After that, rest for 2 days before you decide to start with it again. Cook the vegetables without salt. You must avoid alcohol! In case of any health problems, visit your doctor and discuss about the diet first!

1 Comment

  • Hello. In my opinion, results seem to indicate Wandering Atrial Pacemaker or Junctional rhythm condition. One or the other can be a normal phenomenon requiring no intervention. You will need to consult with your cardiologist. Regards

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