Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Morning Banana Diet-An Easy Way To Lose 5kg In Two Weeks

 The real story of a Japanese Hitoshi Watanabe, who with using banana diet diet lost 18 pounds in just a few months.

Why this diet is became so popular? Watanabe claims that if you want to loss of excess weight you need only to replace the usual breakfast with bananas with lukewarm water.

Hitoshi Watanabe says that a combination of banana with room temperature water, leading to the acceleration of metabolism, and the persons who adheres to this diet, for lunch and dinner can eat whatever they want, but will continue to lose excess weight.

Also, unripe bananas contain resistant starch, for which we feel satiated. As a result, the process of burning fat is more intense, 30% faster than with traditional methods. And the water on room temperature improves digestion and reduces hunger.

This diet is very simple. The rules for morning banana diet:

Breakfast is made up only of a banana and water.

You can eat one large or 2 medium-sized banana. An important moment: bananas must be fresh and not quite mature, and room temperature water.

Lunch and dinner: all other meals are common. However, it is recommended that you follow a few simple rules, which will help you in losing excess weight during this diet.

– Never eat until you feel satiety, is best to get up from the table feeling that you are half full.

– Have dinner until 20 pm, the optimal time – 18 hours. If you feel hungry after an early dinner, eat a piece of fruit or muesli with yogurt.

– During lunch and dinner, exclude desserts from the menus. If you want to eat something sweet, eat fruit.

– Drink plenty of water and other liquids. It is best to drink room temperature water in small sips. Do not drink for 30 minutes after a meal.

– In the intervals between meals you can drink tea, coffee, juice. From time to time is allowed and alcohol.

Plus with this diet: physical activity it is not required.

Negativity from these diets: some people do not respond well to clean carbohydrates (especially those with hypoglycemia).

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