The easily digestible diet is based primarily on dishes that are easy to digest, as well as on specific ways of preparing dishes that are much more important in this type of nutrition than their calorie content. Such a way of eating is to remove all the dishes that are too heavy and bloating from our menu. Meals are made only by steaming or stewing. Roasting in the oven is rarely used, and if we decide to do so, we perform the operation in a specially designed sleeve. An easily digestible diet does not require effort, it’s easy to prepare, healthy and also tasty thanks to the use of various spices.
What can we find in a diet that is easy to digest?
During an easily digestible diet you should not run out of vegetables and fruits, lean protein and healthy carbohydrates on your menu. We are sure to be happy about the fact that the diet is varied, so we can try snacks like nuts or seeds. Such a style of nutrition will allow us to taste many products that we had no idea about, such as sweet potatoes or chia seeds.
What should you not eat?
In an easily digestible diet it’s completely forbidden to eat any fried products, especially those prepared in deep fat. We will also have to avoid fatty meats, bacon, brawn, black pudding and sausages. A bad idea will also be eating a large amount of cabbage and legumes. It’s also inadvisable to use all types of pork chops, fried in lard or fast food with a lot of salt and unhealthy additions in the form of fatty mayonnaise sauces.
How to prepare food?
When applying this type of diet, we should follow specific cooking principles. It’s advisable to cook steamed food, stew without fat, frying without fat (preferably using a Teflon pan), and baking in the oven, but only with the use of specially designed for this operation sleeve.
Who is the digestible diet recommended for?
– Pregnant women;
– People who suffer from pancreatitis;
– Elderly people;
– Athletes who are struggling with digestive problems caused by intense physical activity.
Of course, all people with ailing digestive tract should strictly stick to the assumptions of this diet. This will help in quicker recovery and prevent the recurrence of unpleasant ailments.
What are the advantages of such nutrition?
Above all, we will feel lightness on the stomach. We will also have a greater desire for exercise, because our stomach will not be overloaded with food. Our problems with gas and heartburn will be reduced. Certainly we will notice an improvement in the appearance of the skin, but also due to the reduction of saturated fats, LDL cholesterol will decrease. Bowel movement should also be significantly regulated. Surely, the pain of the stomach will decrease after eating, we will lose a few extra kilos when the skinny foods will land on the plate. Our wallet will also feel this little change, because the diet is really cheap and simple. It’s based on fresh vegetables and fruits and generally available lean meats, such as chicken and turkey breast, but also on fish – trout or tilapia. These products are quite cheap, and give us many important nutrients. Instead of heavily digested lard and butter, we use olive oil, which will spice up the taste of the dishes, and the body will provide the fat necessary for its functioning. This type of vegetable oil is very easy to digest and can be added to previously cooked dishes.