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The soup diet under the microscope

  1. Through the menu you prepare, you can see if the foods you have included in your diet are low in fat and high in fiber. And while variety in a menu isn't something you can see at a buffet in an all-you-can-eat restaurant, it does provide you with options every day, which is important for those of us who like choices. The primary goal is to use this meal plan as a starting point to embark on a healthier, more modest, long-term eating plan.

  2. Through the menu you prepare, you can see if the foods you have included in your diet are low in fat and high in fiber. And while variety in a menu isn't something you can see at a buffet at an all-you-can-eat restaurant, it does provide you with options every day, which is important for those of us who like choices. The primary goal is to use this meal plan as a starting point to embark on a healthier, more modest, long-term eating plan.

  1. While the early versions of the diet have not been exceptionally healthy, more information is now known and the diet has changed significantly. Dietary changes include, at least in some versions, the addition of protein supplements to enhance substance and nutritional value, lower sodium and / or increase fluid intake.

  2. While the early versions of the diet have not been exceptionally healthy, more information is now known and the diet has changed significantly. Diet changes include, at least in some versions, the addition of protein supplements to enhance substance and nutritional value, lower sodium and / or increase fluid intake.

  1. Over the years, many people have added their own personal twist to make the soup diet better suited to their own lifestyle. There is nothing wrong with that, as long as you follow the basic eating principles introduced in the diet. So if you have a special occasion or if you want to lose a few pounds in a short amount of time, the soup diet might be just what you are looking for.

  2. Over the years, many people have added their own personal twist to make the soup diet better suited to their own lifestyle. There is nothing wrong with that, as long as you follow the basic eating principles introduced in the diet. So if you have a special occasion or if you would like to lose a few pounds in a short amount of time, the soup diet may be just what you are looking for.

  1. First, while you're on this diet, you won't be hungry. You can eat as much as you want of the foods included in the program! And while the diet itself only lasts for seven days (and shouldn't be followed any longer than that), it's easy to stick with and provides a great “kick-off” for a more moderate way of eating.

  1. Obviously, the biggest concern is your health and wellbeing and so in this article we will detail the ins and outs of the diet and explain how to monitor it closely and how to can achieve the best results in a relatively short time in a responsible manner. You'll be fit into that dress before you know it!

  2. Obviously, the biggest concern is your health and wellbeing and so in this article we will detail the ins and outs of the diet and explain how to monitor it closely and how to can achieve the best results in a relatively short time in a responsible manner. You'll be fitting into that dress again before you know it!

The soup diet from day to day

  1. On the first day of the diet, you can consume any fruit you want to eat, but bananas are not allowed. Why are bananas not allowed? Not only are they packed with fructose (fruit sugar) like all fruits and they are also starchy fruits, making them higher in carbohydrates than most fruits. Only eat soup and fruit on this first day.

  1. This is the “induction day” that prepares your body for weight loss by filling yourself with fiber-rich, low-fat choices throughout the day. You can eat as many of these foods as you want but don't choose fruit juices, fruit pastries (!) Or fruit snacks. Only good old-fashioned fruits from trees, and of course soup, are allowed!

  2. This is the â € induction dayâ € ™ that prepares your body for weight loss by filling yourself up all day with high-fiber, low-fat choices. You can eat as many of these foods as you like but don't choose fruit juices, fruit pastries (!) Or fruit snacks. Only good old-fashioned fruits from trees, and of course soup, are allowed!

  1. If you've never made soup, don't worry. At the end of this chapter there is a recipe that you can eat along with recipes for some other tasty dishes on this diet. Not everyone is a four-star chef, of course, but even a kid could make these recipes.

  2. If you've never made soup, don't worry. At the end of this chapter there is a recipe that you can eat along with recipes for a number of other tasty dishes on this diet. Not everyone is a four-star chef, of course, but even a kid could make these recipes.

  1. Your mom probably always said "Eat your vegetables!"

  1. Today is the day you will really make your mom proud! This is a vegetable day for everyone. You may not eat fruit, but you can eat any fresh, raw or cooked vegetables of your choice.

  1. The diet also recommends avoiding starchy vegetables like corn and they also suggest avoiding legumes such as dried beans (think pinto beans, butter beans). Here is a list of some of the vegetables the soup diet recommends and some of the ways you might be able to eat them for a little variety.

  1. Get creative and use a little lemon juice or seasoned salt to season it. There are some delicious new herbal creations that can offer a little more flavor. Try the "Miss Dash" versions of lemon pepper, garlic flavors, and cilantro blends. You will find that this day, especially once you know what you like to eat, is easy to get through!

  1. Often people confuse thirst with hunger. The next time you're hungry, drink a glass of water first to see if the feeling subsides.

  1. Just when you thought you might get hungry, you can eat a large baked potato with (a little) butter during this day. This will help you feel full and help you get a good night's sleep. Just make sure you eat your soup at some point in the day!

  1. On the third day, you can choose from the fruit or vegetable food groups. Eat until you are full. However, baked potatoes, while delicious, are not allowed today. On this day it is important to drink plenty of water and of course eat the soup.

  1. I suggest you always have a good bottle of water with you. Some of my colleagues fill them with water and freeze them the night before. They then let the water thaw slowly over the next day so they have ice cold water to drink all day long. This is a great option for those of you who enjoy the taste of an icy glass of water but don't have a refrigerator available during the workday.

  1. It is a good idea to again avoid starchy fruits and vegetables, such as bananas. While your body craves these carbohydrates, don't give in to them.

  1. Do you like bananas? Then you can eat your fill the next day just like a monkey!

  1. You can eat up to eight bananas today to help your body with the candy cravings you've probably experienced.

  1. You can also drink as many glasses of skimmed milk as you want on this day. Skim milk is better for you during weight loss because the fat layer is completely “skimmed” off the top. If you drink 1%, 2% or even whole milk, you can drink up to 10% or more of your recommended daily calorie intake - and only with milk!

  1. While there is some debate about the requirements of milk as part of a nutritional plan, we all know that we need calcium to support our bone health. An added benefit is that studies show that adding calcium to your diet can increase the amount of weight loss you experience.

  1. Divide your meal plan on day four with soup, bananas and low-fat milk. You will definitely feel satisfied today!

  1. Towards the end of the soup diet plan, you will start adding meat to your diet. You can eat about 300 grams of beef and six fresh tomatoes. If you prefer, you can also have roast or fried chicken instead of beef. Before you eat it, make sure you remove the fat edges. They are strictly prohibited!

  1. Unlike the days before, this will be a real treat as your body will start craving foods that were not on the menu until now. Day five is a great day to start introducing these new foods to your meals.

  1. You should eat your soup at least once a day on the last two days. On day six, enjoy two or even three steaks with green leafy vegetables. Don't eat potatoes, though! You can eat as much meat as you want. To reduce uric acid build-up, keep drinking well. Six to eight glasses is a good recommendation, but if you can drink more, do it!

  1. At the end of the soup diet plan, you can add brown rice (as much as you want, as long as it's the brown stuff and not the white stuff), unsweetened cranberry juice, and vegetables. Eat until you are full!

Help with following the soup diet

  1. In order for this to work it is important to find someone who does the same. It helps some people to arrange a meeting at the gym or plan eating the right foods together. It makes you feel like you are letting that other person down if you don't follow the program properly and you actually do!

  1. This is why many successful dieters promote groups or clubs that you can join to find support. Weight Watchers organizes group meetings where you can exchange ideas, share food choices you have made, and share tips on how the program could work for you. We're also working on a soup forum for you.

  1. There is also a form of accountability that you make when you commit to going to the gym every week or simply exercising at a specific time every day. You will see the same faces and get to know some people who will miss you when you are not around, even if they don't become your best friends for life.

  1. Humans are creatures of habit and if you don't show up for a few days, your buddies will be concerned. Sometimes that's just a little extra you need to get dressed and hit the gym, especially when you're not in the mood for it.

  1. It can be good to have this kind of support and be a part of these groups, as they promote a shared community experience that is fun to be a part of, especially when you're on something that is so hard for so many people. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. It is human nature to want to talk to and help others.

  1. Regular exercise is a great way to burn extra calories, increase your metabolism (the rate at which you normally burn calories), and increase the efficiency of your heart. The following activities burn about 10 calories per minute: basketball, cycling, soccer, swimming, walking briskly, and strength training.

  1. To improve range of motion for muscles and joints, stretch before exercising. This will also increase flexibility.

  1. Some are more interested in the idea of ​​simply eating fewer calories during the day instead of exercising at the gym. For many of us, the extra activity helps us burn the calories from the foods we don't want to give up. However, there are also studies that suggest that exercising makes someone hungrier, which is not really the intention because then you start eating.

  1. Studies have shown that an average 90-kilo man burned only three calories when climbing a flight of stairs. THREE! He could have taken the elevator and skipped the butter on his toast for breakfast. Researchers tend to believe that even without physical activity, eating the right foods is better than eating the wrong foods.

  1. The key is to first and foremost manage what you eat. Decide what to put in your mouth and then slowly but surely start implementing the weight loss. You can exercise daily, but you are guaranteed to go wrong if you continue to eat as you always have eaten. You need to change your eating habits before starting weight.

  1. When you set a goal for yourself, you have to realize realistically what is and what is not achievable. When it comes to setting your goal for your body, you really need to be honest with yourself. Set aside emotion and your preference for a specific goal weight and instead focus on goals for your health and the image you want to see when you look in the mirror. Do you want to weigh 60 kilos or do you just want to be healthier? Develop and write down a set of short-term and long-term goals that will work for you.

  1. Do not assign food-related small rewards for the short-term goals and greater motivations are for the long-term goals. This will help keep you in the right direction. Part of the fun of losing weight is getting small rewards like a manicure / pedicure day, a fun new outfit in a smaller size, a night out knowing you look great, or whatever. Knowing that there is something in store at the end of your hard work, in addition to losing weight and being healthy, can really keep you motivated to keep going.

  1. So how do you actually know what a reasonable goal for yourself is? One of the best ways to assess your fitness is to calculate your body mass index (BMI). Your BMI is a very reliable indicator of how much body fat you have based on your height and current weight (unless you're a bodybuilder or super pumped athlete, the scale doesn't make much sense).

  1. Use that information to set a reasonable goal weight for yourself and maintain short or long-term goals, as indicated by your BMI.

  1. For example, suppose you are six feet tall and weigh 75 kilos. For your height, this weight is considered “obese” and you will need to lose a few pounds before moving to the next category. Also set some small intermediate goals. Reward yourself after completing each goal (not with food).

  1. A five-pound loss would be an excellent short-term goal, and with the soup diet, it can easily be achieved in just a few short days. You may eventually want to achieve your healthy BMI weight. That could be your long-term goal.

  1. The main focus here is to set goals that are almost impossible to achieve. The reasoning behind this is that if you set a goal that you can definitely achieve, it's not really a goal. It is more of an event. A goal must be almost too hard to achieve and you could just fall below it every time, but of course that's not a problem. It's about challenging yourself!

  1. Let's face it: don't make your goals so difficult that you will never be able to achieve them, even with the utmost attention to the program. If you do that, you are only about to fail. Use the goal sheet at the back of this guide to set a number of short- and long-term goals that may seem tough, but you can eventually overcome with hard work. Then you will look forward to the little mini rewards that you have set yourself. It's a tough fight, but the end results are worth it and all you have to do is listen to someone who has already fought and knows exactly what you're talking about.

Finally…

  1. The soup diet is one of the many ways to lose a few pounds quickly. But let's be very clear that this will not last if you return to your old eating habits after your soup diet. On the other hand, you can never follow the soup diet for your entire life. Keep in mind that the soup diet is a crash diet, which can have major consequences for your health if you follow this for too long.

  1. Keep it limited to a week, and then switch to a healthy and varied diet, preferably in combination with plenty of exercise. Ultimately, that is the only way to lose weight sustainably.

  1. Want to know more about this? Then read on here:

  1. Sustainable weight loss without diet!

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