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Health And Fitness Is More About Food Quality Than How Much You Eat

By Karol Jennings

Here’s some good news for dieters, it is possible to lose weight in a healthy way without restricting the amount of food you eat. The cabbage soup diet does just that. It has been accepted by the medical community and is becoming a popular way to shed unwanted pounds.

Here’s how it works. The diet plan denies the body the sugary foods that it has grown accustomed to. This works to make the body convert the fatty content into energy and waste. This results in weight loss. The recipe is simple and includes low calorie vegetables and specific foods taken along with the cabbage soup on different days.

People usually stay on the cabbage diet for about a week. It allows the dieter to eat as much cabbage soup as they want to curb hunger. This method allows the dieter to limit their calories without starving. The soup is mostly water and the other ingredients are low in calories.

The soup can be supplemented with a wide variety of fruits and tea without sugar. This helps dieters resist the cravings for high fat, high sugar foods that are loaded with calories.

The diet plan also includes a day designated for vegetables only and a small amount of tubers and butter. On this day the dieter should avoid proteins and carbs.

The next few days, the dieter should eat several portions of the cabbage soup. It’s ok to include the vegetables and butter, as well.

The fourth day will likely be a welcome one for the dieter, because it adds a banana and milk to the regular meal of cabbage soup. The final days include meat and lots of water to remove waste from the body through urination.

On the last day of the week, dieters can feel free to eat brown rice. Avoid drinking any carbonated drinks that might make you regress and begin craving sweets again.

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Jennings, Karol "Health And Fitness Is More About Food Quality Than How Much You Eat." Health And Fitness Is More About Food Quality Than How Much You Eat. 23 Jun. 2010. uberarticles.com. 1 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/food-and-drink/nutrition/food-modification-tips-for-those-who-are-going-on/>.

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