Topic: Macrobiotic diet?
June 18, 2019 / By Cady Question:
If you are on this diet, could you please tell me what it entails, what you can eat, what you can´t, etc. Does it help you to lose weight or to maintain your weight? Thanks.
Allyson | 4 days ago
I only knew one family of nine who was on this diet. Those were the sickest children I had ever seen in my life. The oldest boy, at 15, had fainting spells, the 10 year old girl had cold sores all across her mouth so bad she could hardly eat. The eight year old girl suddenly started having seizures just out of the blue, the five year old had a constant cold, her nose was all gooey green the entire year I lived next door to them. All of them looked very anemic and were so slight that a stiff wind would have knocked them over.
When my neighbor asked me what kinds of things she could do for her kids to help them homeopathically, I told her to feed her cold sore daughter loads of onions because onions are filled with Tanic acid, which fights off the ewww that makes cold sores. Do you know what she said? The macrobiotics instructor told them to throw out all of their garlic and onions because those things are "bad for you." She actually told them that people should never eat foods that do not grow naturally in their own regions!
My little family used to eat with their family on occasion, and the food was quite tasteless and bland and just left us hungry. We always had to go home and eat dinner after dinner.
I would never -- NEVER -- advise someone to get on this diet. Given what I have personally seen, this is not a healthy diet at all.
remember these five essential smoothie ingredients frozen berries a banana skim milk a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of psyllium seed husks
use a dash of cinnamon to give fruits such as bananas and melons a richer dessert feel without the sugar
store bought salad dressings can be packed with calories make your own vinaigrette and store it in a small spray bottle to coat your greens without over dressing them
Originally Answered: whats a good cutting diet/routine.can someone make me a diet plan?
go low gi diet, don't cut out carbs just go low gi carbs, carbs raise blood sugar, blood sugar activates insulin release, insulin stores fat, you do eat a bloody lot of food but this is the easy way to reduce that i know of. lose the rice and replace it with barley and oats you need to add nuts and where are the veges and fruit, eat as many veges and fruit as you can and lose some meat and where the hell do you buy tilapea? in australia it is a pest and even though it is killing our natural aquatic ecosystem, if we are caught with it in an esky we get fined for having an illegal fish even though they know it has to be killed, some laws are so stupid, anyway you need to stop thinking carbo-load protein building foods and totally pig out on every fruit and veg you can get, cut back some protein and go low gi, this will bring you back in balance.good health