How to lose weight on the “Clean Eating” system

March 26, 2017, 5:55 p.m

Among Hol­ly­wood stars, a new­fan­gled diet called Eat-Clean is now gain­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty: for exam­ple, actress­es Halle Berry and Angeli­na Jolie adhere to this diet.

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This prin­ci­ple of nutri­tion is based on the the­o­ry of healthy and emp­ty calo­ries: the cre­ators of the “clean nutri­tion” sys­tem divide all prod­ucts into two groups: some are filled with vit­a­mins and trace ele­ments, while oth­ers con­sist of emp­ty calo­ries that bring noth­ing to the body but excess weight and prob­lems with health.

The group of prod­ucts with emp­ty calo­ries includes buns, piz­za, pies, ham­burg­ers, sweet soda, fried sausage and the like, as well as food con­tain­ing preser­v­a­tives, dyes, fla­vors: there is prac­ti­cal­ly noth­ing use­ful for the body, and there are many calo­ries.

Healthy calo­ries are found in whole grain flour prod­ucts and bran bread, veg­eta­bles, fruits, legumes, dairy prod­ucts and hard cheeses, cot­tage cheese, lean meats and fish, nuts, unre­fined but­ter.

In addi­tion to includ­ing foods with healthy calo­ries in your diet, the cre­ators of the “clean eat­ing” sys­tem also rec­om­mend that you adhere to the fol­low­ing rules:

  • Eat 5–6 times a day, approx­i­mate­ly every 2–4 hours, while por­tions should be small.
  • Meals should be bal­anced and com­bine pro­teins (chick­en, fish, soy or legumes) and car­bo­hy­drates.
  • Be sure to include fresh veg­eta­bles and fruits in your diet and drink at least 2 liters of water per day.
  • Eat foods with the “right” fats: nuts, fish, seeds and cere­als.
  • Com­plete­ly exclude fast food from your life, and the food you eat should be min­i­mal­ly processed.

Start­ing to eat accord­ing to the Eat-Clean sys­tem, in two weeks you will feel much bet­ter, your sleep will become stronger and health­i­er, the con­di­tion of your skin and nails will improve, and those extra pounds will begin to dis­ap­pear.

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