The word fast or fast has a special charm. Let's use it wherever we can attract attention and make everything more attractive. However, it appears to be the best combination – accelerated metabolism and weight loss. But what is this diet to speed up metabolism?
Dietary accelerated metabolism is not new. It was first published in 2013 by scientist Haylie Pomroy of Colorado State University.
This year she met Angelina Basset, 60, an American actress. She recognizes that this type of diet is still appropriate for her.
What is a diet that promotes metabolism in particular?
Protein, carbohydrate and high fat content for 28 days every week. Nitrates containing corn, dairy products, beans, refined sugar, caffeine, alcohol, dried fruit, fruit juices, wheat (except germination) and processed meat are prohibited. The recommended meal is five times a day, the first meal is consumed within 30 minutes after awakening, then wakes up every 3-4 hours. Rich sign language is very important.
Individual stages of diet:
1 day and 2 days – Low-protein, fat-free carbohydrate rich diet
The purpose of this step is to relieve stress, which does not slow you down even when you are overweight. It consumes a lot of complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, beans, bananas and pineapple fruits. Exercise is a good heart at this stage.
3rd, 4th day – Low-fat diet rich in protein but low in fat
This step aims to "unlock stored fat" by omitting carbohydrates and adding more protein content along with many vegetables.
According to Haylie Pomroy, a special part of the vegetable helps to balance the meat intake, and the balance helps improve the body's ability to burn fat. At this stage, there is a powerful force exercise that helps build muscles quickly.
5 to 7 days – Food with high fat, carbohydrate and protein content
Re-introducing healthy fats into your diet will speed up your metabolism. Stress relief exercises are available at this stage: yoga, meditation, massage.
Is transplantation really going to lose weight quickly?
It is very likely. Removing forbidden food from the diet itself means a lot of calorie loss and digestive system load.
Some experts argue that a three-step cyclic iteration may not be necessary. According to Abby Langer, a nutritionist from Toronto, there is no research showing that "a surprising metabolism" and "let me guess what happened" is beneficial.