Before we deal with that topic, let’s get you through the first couple of days after the diet. I would suggest reintroducing solid food carefully.
Breakfast Have either a small bowl porridge with a little fresh fruit, a natural live yogurt with chopped pear and walnuts, or if you like, one of the smoothies with added psyllium or flax seeds.
Snack Have either a handful of seeds or a banana.
Lunch Try steamed vegetables with brown rice, drizzled with sesame oil and tamari dressing.
Snack Have either a juice or some crudités with tahini dip.
Dinner Try a large salad with avocado and sunflower seeds.
Breakfast Eat two poached eggs on rye toast or one of the above options.
Snack Natural live yogurt with honey and berries makes a nutritious snack
Lunch Baked sweet potato with tomato and onion salad will fill the lunchtime gap.
Snack A juice or smoothie will help you over the mid-afternoon slump in energy.
Dinner A grilled salmon steak with broccoli and green beans is a healthy option.
If you follow the rules outlined in the preparation phase of the diet, combined with regular exercise you’ll stay trim. If you do succumb to the odd few glasses of wine or bar of chocolate, simply replace a couple of meals with a delicious and healthy juice or smoothie to get you back on the right track.
Look at the two alternative systems and pick either the One-meal-a-day Plan or the Weekend Weight-loss Plan. This will allow you to carry on losing weight while still getting the correct balance of nutrients to keep you fit and healthy. Long-term weight control and good health depend on the following:
Waving goodbye to: