Diet is considered to be a vital part of our daily routine. We all know that obesity is highly linked to various health issues that include diabetes, heart diseases, sleep apnea and many more. If you maintain a healthy weight then you can easily lower all these health risks.
The diet that we will share with you today was designed by a European cardiologist and when properly followed with thirty minutes of exercise then it can do wonders for you. The eggs are primary source of protein in this diet. If you will choose organic eggs and fresh fruits then it will be more beneficial.
The diet is really simple and the breakfast for each day is kept same. You can take a piece of your favorite fruits such as grapes, banana, blueberries etc.
Lunch: 1 orange, 1 egg and a cup of yogurt
Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, 2 pieces of toast, ½ a cucumber or a small bowl of lettuce and 2 tomatoes
Lunch: The lunch will be same like day 1 (1 orange, 1 egg and a cup of yogurt)
Dinner: a piece of toast with125 gr. of red meat, a cup of tea or coffee without sugar, 1 orange
Lunch: 1 orange, 1 boiled egg with 1 cucumber
Dinner: 125 gr. of cooked red meat, 1 orange, a piece of toast, a cup of coffee or tea with no sugar
Lunch: a piece of toast, 1 orange and 125 gr. of cottage cheese
Dinner: The dinner will be same like Day 3
Lunch: a piece of toast, 200 gr. of cooked meat or fish with 1 tomato
Dinner: ½ a pound of cooked carrots, potatoes and peas
The recommended diet is for five days and in remaining two days you will do rest. Please try to avoid alcohol and salt while using this diet plan.
Combine this diet with the 28 day Ab challenge for maximum results:
Day 2 – 20 seconds
Day 3 – 30 seconds
Day 4 – 30 seconds
Day 5 – 40 seconds
Day 6 – Rest
Day 7 – 45 seconds
Day 8 – 45 seconds
Day 9 – 60 seconds
Day 10 – 60 seconds
Day 11 – 60 seconds
Day 12 – 90 seconds
Day 13 – Rest
Day 14 – 90 seconds
Day 15 – 90 seconds
Day 16 – 120 seconds
Day 17 – 120 seconds
Day 18 – 150 seconds
Day 19 – Rest
Day 20 – 150 seconds
Day 21 – 150 seconds
Day 22 – 180 seconds
Day 23 – 180 seconds
Day 24 – 210 seconds
Day 25 – Rest
Day 26 – 210 seconds
Day 27 – 240 seconds
Day 28 – Until failure
2. The spine should remain straight. Avoid rounding out your spine and putting unnecessary pressure on your neck and back.
3. Make sure to tighten your core so that it benefits from the exercise.
4. Keep your legs slightly spread. Pay attention to how your hips feel during the exercise. There should be no added pressure to the hip area. Adjust the distance between your feet as needed.
5. Your breathing should be slow and deliberate so that your core is fully engaged and your body is relaxed.
2. Promotes good posture. Because your abs play a huge role in your ability to maintain good posture, planking can also be good for your balance and stability. Over time, you’ll be able to stand up straight and achieve a broader range of movement.
3. Increases flexibility. According to an article published by Mercola.com, your flexibility will improve as you work your back and shoulder muscles in the plank position. The shoulder blades will actually stretch, which promotes a better range of motion.