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Japanese Diet

by HFCadmin ·

Lunch: great fried or boiled fish, a glass of tomato juice. Supper: fruits. Day 11 Breakfast: black coffee Dinner: one egg, three boiled carrots with vegetable oil, 15 g of cheese. Supper: fruits. Day 12 Breakfast: black coffee crackers.

Lunch: one large zucchini, fried in vegetable oil, apples, black coffee, bread. Dinner: 200 g boiled beef, a cup of yogurt. Day 13 Breakfast: black coffee. Lunch: boiled eggs, salad of boiled cabbage with vegetable butter, a glass of tomato juice. Dinner: fried or boiled fish. Day 14 Breakfast: black coffee. Lunch: fried or boiled fish, salad from fresh cabbage with vegetable oil. Dinner: boiled beef 200 g, a glass of kefir.

It was one of the options Japanese diet. However, it should be noted that the traditional Japanese food is quite different from the one proposed above dietary intake. Japan – a country, oriented to the sea, and seafood. By geographical features Japan is not rich in agricultural products and livestock activities. The main crop is rice in Japan, in addition, grows wheat, barley, soybeans and other grains. It is also not popular here, and coffee, recently imported into the country. The Japanese are world renowned for his passion for a variety of teas. Characteristic of the Japanese type of diet – low in calories, most of the calories consumed from carbohydrates, also in the Japanese menu contains fats of vegetable origin foods rich in vitamins B and C, as well as iron and phosphorus. Obviously, the popular Japanese Diet has little to do with the above set nutrients.

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