Published: 08/29/2015 - Updated: 03/08/2020
Author: Dra. Loredana Lunadei, PhD
If you want to lose weight quickly, this is going to help you. It doesn’t matter if you want to lose 5, 10, or even 20 pounds or more. Being overweight can be fought naturally, especially if you take advantage of the foods that help heal the liver and intestines, and that help move and release toxic waste and harmful fats that have gotten stuck in the body. These cause the thighs, arms and abdomen to accumulate toxins and water full of fat waste that leads to cellulite. This causes tissues to look worn, aged, floppy and unhealthy.
Using this three day menu you will be able to lose weight in less time than you thought. This diet is carefully thought out so that you will have a varied diet, with enough nutrients and powerfully cleansing foods. Also, if you have cellulite, you will notice how slowly it will begin to disappear, especially if you combine this diet with exercise, which will accelerate fat burning.
The foods included in this menus are meant to cleanse the body, aid weight loss, and fight cellulite: prickly pear, sprouts, Jamaican hibyscus, pineapple, papaya, boldo tea, green tea, lemon and citrus fruits.
General note: Drink a liter of Jamaican hibiscus water, no sugar, every day, and then one liter of plain water. Repeat the menu for at least one month.
BEFORE BREAKFAST: (7 – 8 am) one glass of boldo tea with lemon juice. Do not eat anything for the following 20 minutes. This will start to cure your liver and cleanse it of harmful fats.
BREAKFAST: (10am) bowl of papaya or pineapple (choose only one fruit, do not combine the two) with oatmeal sprinkled on top and three chopped almonds. If you get hungry, eat more of your chosen fruit.
MIDDAY: (1pm) vegetarian sandwich with whole grain bread and panela cheese, cottage cheese, or goat cheese (choose only one). Add avocado, tomato, onion, and sprouts. Drink carrot juice with prickly pear. Do not strain, drink freshly prepared.
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SNACK: (5 pm) Vegetable soup with whole grain rice preferably. You can also eat a piece of whole grain bread or two corn tortillas.
DINNER: One cup of oats (prepared with almond milk, as cow’s milk promote weight gain and cellulite, even light versions) with an amaranth cookie.
BEFORE BREAKFAST: (7 – 8 am) one cup of green tea with freshly squeezed lemon juice. Don’t eat anything for the following 20 minutes. This will help to heal your liver, restore tissues and damaged organs, and it will mobilize fats.
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BREAKFAST: (10 am) one cup of grapes (with their seeds). If you get hungry eat more grapes.
MIDDAY: (1 pm) one piece of baked or grilled fish, the size of your hand, or tuna. Serve with a fresh salad of sprouts or semi-raw prickly pear. If you don’t feel like eating fish, make a lentil soup with sprouts.
SNACK: (5pm) whole grain rice served with broccoli and potato cakes, without overcooking.
DINNER: one cup of oatmeal (prepared with almond milk, as cow’s milk promote weight gain and cellulite, even light versions) with an amaranth cookie.
BEFORE BREAKFAST: (7 – 8 am) one cup of boldo tea with freshly squeezed lemon juice.
BREAKFAST: (10am) prickly pear and mushroom omelette with two eggs. The prickly pear and mushrooms should be almost raw. One piece of toast.
MIDDAY: (1 pm) One glass of carrot juice with ginger, served with lentils and tofu, or panela cheese.
SNACK: (5 pm) broccoli, potato or cauliflower cakes, without overcooking. Serve the cakes with a cabbage and carrot salad.
DINNER: Toast served with sour cream and avocado, or a piece of toast served with a bean puree.
After finishing the third day, start the diet over again. The soups can be replaced with partially raw vegetable soups. Remember not to cook your vegetables too much because they are what remove the toxins. Your juices should always be consumed when freshly made, and the teas should be drank before breakfast. Drink green tea mid-afternoon, two hours after eating lunch.
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