Every woman, and some men, look for different ways to lose excess kilograms. We know very well that it’s not easy, and often forces us to give things up certain things.
We try different diets, starve ourselves, avoid a lot of products that we like. Basically, killing ourselves to lose a few kilograms. Sometimes it does work, but our body loses energy after radical diets. We can often harm ourselves and lose health because of an inappropriate diet, because we’re not giving our body all nutrients necessary to function properly. Therefore, a yoghurt diet is worth noting, as it’s the healthiest way to lose weight, because it’s not rigorous and it allows eating products from different groups.
The composition of meals eaten during this diet consists mainly of yoghurts and kefirs. They do not have to be only natural yoghurts. The diet also allows consumption of fruit yoghurts, but in smaller quantities, as it’s based mainly on natural yoghurts.
Why is the yoghurt diet safe?
Because our body gets all the necessary nutrients needed for suitable existence. Yoghurts supply us with live bacteria cultures, which support the digestive system and help remove the unnecessary substances, and because they only contain traces of fat, your body won’t store it away in the tissue. We can combine yoghurts with fruits, make salad dressing based on them, it can be combined with meat. It’s a very good diet for people who can’t go without bread. It’s even recommended to eat bread, vegetables and fruits. It’s best to eat rye or multigrain bread. It’s best to avoid combining bread with fat, or replace it with olive oil and tomato sauce, which means no butter, margarine or lard. The diet should contain lean meat and cured meat. As we can see, a yoghurt diet is a very mild way to lose weight, and in a month, you can lose up to six kilograms. This is an example menu for one day.
For breakfast, you can eat rye bread, lean meat, natural yoghurt with muesli and fruits such as banana, grapefruit or apple. For lunch, prepare a roasted chicken breast, salad with yoghurt dressing or cooked vegetables. A small quantity of potatoes is also allowed, preferably cooked and without any additional fats. Dessert and dinner should also contain something with yoghurt. For example, a portion of strawberries with yoghurt and bran, or alternatively other fruits. It can be a veggie salad, but with yoghurt. It’s recommended to drink natural juice between means, and of course yoghurts.
Breakfast (different choices)
Banana and fruit yoghurt with muesli
Orange, two sandwiches with ham and yoghurt
Apple and yoghurt with dried fruits
Lunch (different choices)
Chicken breast with rice and yoghurt
Steamed vegetables, potatoes with dill, fruit yoghurt
Fried trout or cod fillet with a veggie salad
Dinner (different choices)
Cottage cheese mixed with natural yoghurt and two graham rolls
Grapefruit, two tangerines and yoghurt with muesli
Rye bread with cheese, pepper, hardboiled egg and yoghurt.