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All fruit/Veggie diet?

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September 23, 2019 / By Clarabelle
Question: I've gained a little bit of weight. and i wanna lose that cause i'm getting really unfit as well. So i've taken up Taekwondo, and that's 3 times a week (an hour a day) and i have a gymnastics class once a week (an hour). I also wanna try doing an all fruit/veg diet. So i found this website: http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/the-fruit-flush-diet?page=2 But i felt like changing it cause i don't wanna have to make a salad. too much work. SO: Day 1 (Pre-flush) Every two hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Drink a 6-ounce protein drink (void of any sweeteners, artificial colors, or other ingredients listed below), followed by 8-12 ounces of water Dinner: 2 fruits (like apples and oranges and some grape or whatever) and 2 hard boiled eggs? Days 2 and 3 Every two hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Eat one serving (approximately 100 calories' worth) of fresh fruit and drink 8-12 ounces water Dinner: 2 fruits (like apples and oranges and some grape or whatever) and 2 hard boiled eggs? 1 protein drink Do you think this is a good enough menu? P.S If you could, recommend a type of protein drink? I don't know much about that stuff... THANKS!!!!
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Barbie Barbie | 6 days ago
Your protein, (ie eggs and protein shake) should be split at least 4 hours apart, ie start your day with the shake. You will still be getting quite a high proportion of calories from sugar. Alternate some carrots, a tomato or other veggie with a fruit every second interval (ie 8am fruit, 10am veg, noon fruit, 2pm veg, 4 pm fruit, supper veg and fruit) My preference is whey protein isolate, pure with no sweetener or sugar - any brand. I don't like the taste of any of them too much but soy is worse. Add a touch of vanilla and cinnamon. I especially like it with a piece of fruit blended in. In the morning I often start with a shot of espresso over ice, cinnamon, powder and blend! You will end up in ketosis and can test this using Ketostiks from the pharmacy which you pee on. It shows how much your body is burning fat to feed your muscles. I wouldn't stay more than a week or two on ketosis at a time. Good luck. Hope that helps.
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Barbie Originally Answered: Will this raw fruit and veggie diet work?
That sounds like an OK plan. Are you still eating the beans/legumes/nuts? Eat green leafy veggies, they are absolutely the best kind of food you can have - good in smoothie form too with fruit - go to www.greensmoothiechallenge.com for details. Seaweed and sea veggies are fantastic, like having a natural boost of minerals - calcium, iron, iodine etc. http://www.vnv.org.au/ is a great resource on all things veg. The China Study, the most comprehensive nutritional study ever, found that a wholefood, plant-based diet is fantastic for achieving safe, healthy weight loss. Don't go hungry, the author says, and don't feel deprived - just eat as much as you want, while getting plenty of variety, of any whole, unprocessed, plant-based food! It's that simple. The site http://www.vnv.org.au/ is a great source on all things veg*n. BTW protein has been a non-issue for decades - don't listen to the answerer with the nonsense about "needing meat for protein". Vegans get more than enough protein; the average omnivore gets way too much - which promotes kidney stones, osteoporosis cancer, heart disease and basically the whole plethora of Western diseases. Eliminating dairy is a very healthy thing to do - it has been found to inhibit iron absorption, and far from building your bones, dairy foods actually deplete your calcium levels because the acidic animal protein in them cause more calcium to be leached from the bones than is contained in the milk - there's an excellent site - http://www.notmilk.com/ - with more info on this topic. Green leafies, figs, legumes, almonds, seeds etc are excellent sources of calcium and iron. Get some good exercise and stay happy. I have several friends who have been vegan for decades and are very healthy and happy!
Barbie Originally Answered: Will this raw fruit and veggie diet work?
for a thicker creamier texture choose low fat unsweetened greek yogurt loaded with protein calcium and natural probiotics it makes for a tasty snack any time

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Fruit and veggie vitamin? What approximately entire grains and protein (beans, tofu, seitan...) I devour lots of end result and vegetables (already in these days I've had inexperienced beans, broccoli, an apple, and I'll most likely have one or 2 vegetables with dinner and a banana but in these days...) Just a thought, it is going to be a lot a miles more fit vitamin should you do.
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Tate Tate
At a restaurant split your meal and eat only half meal and take the rest home if the quality is more
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Tate Originally Answered: I am unable to feed my baby organic produces(fruit,veggie,milk,eggs).Am i hurting my baby?
Nutritionally, there's no difference between organic and non-organic. The difference is how the animals, fruits, veggies, grains, etc, were raised and harvested. In some cases, organic is worried to be more dangerous towards infants since the processing is not as stringent and bacteria sometimes makes it through. But nutritionally, they are the same. The egg is an egg and nutritionally has all the qualities of an egg, no matter what the chicken was fed. The fruit and veggies even more so are just the same. The milk is made the same way and the nutrients are the same. Don't worry about it.

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