The mushroom diet has become very popular with Hollywood stars.

In the strug­gle for a slim fig­ure, the star beau­ties tried anoth­er “weapon” — the mush­room diet is gain­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty in Amer­i­ca.

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The crav­ing of women for weight loss and diets has long been known. Famous ladies — singers, actress­es and pre­sen­ters — have a dou­bly hard time, because they are con­stant­ly under the scruti­ny of the pub­lic and the press. That is why almost any Hol­ly­wood female star is an expert in get­ting rid of extra pounds.

Emi­nent nutri­tion­ists are con­stant­ly invent­ing new diets and nutri­tion sys­tems for their star clients. Now, for exam­ple, the mush­room diet is gain­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty in Hol­ly­wood; singers Kel­ly Osbourne and Katy Per­ry have already tried it.

This food sys­tem is based on the fact that one of the meals is com­plete­ly replaced by mush­room dish­es — experts insist that this be din­ner.

Mush­rooms and porci­ni mush­rooms are best suit­ed for this diet. Bole­tus mush­rooms can be used to make light mush­room soups or stew with veg­eta­bles. But champignons are rec­om­mend­ed to be used raw — make sal­ads with veg­eta­bles and herbs from them, sea­son­ing with a small amount of sun­flower or olive oil.

Experts advise peo­ple using the mush­room diet to drink at least one and a half to two liters of flu­id per day. Nutri­tion­ists believe that such a nutri­tion sys­tem will help to sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduce the waist, but­tocks and hips.

There is only one con­traindi­ca­tion in the new­fan­gled mush­room diet: it is not rec­om­mend­ed for peo­ple with dis­eases of the stom­ach, liv­er, kid­neys and gall­blad­der.

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