A quick buckwheat diet is all you need if you want to quickly get into a swimsuit and get rid of a few pounds of excess (provided you can survive two weeks on this cereal).
Compared to other cereals, buckwheat is a low-calorie, dietary product containing many proteins, amino acids, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iodine, vitamins B1 and B6. After two weeks of exercise, buckwheat diets can lose 7 to 10 pounds and at the same time cleanse the body fairly. Nutritionists probably cross when they read or hear something like this, but many who have tried it say it works and is ideal for this warm time when we don’t have a big appetite anyway and the body is looking for a lot of fluid. Well, if your state of health allows you to do this, and looking in the mirror for a long time is not really looking forward to you, maybe this is the solution for you. However, do not forget that for healthy weight loss and health in general, it is necessary to include a little physical activity in your daily routine.
In the evening, fry buckwheat in the beans with unsalted boiling water, drain and re-boil with boiling water (just enough to cover), cover and leave overnight. It is ready for use in the morning. You can prepare 1, 2 or 3 glasses, according to your appetite.
Buckwheat is allowed to eat as much as you like, but without spices, sauce and salt (only soy sauce is allowed).
During the day, drink 1 liter of kefir (1% – 1.6% m) and drink at least 1.5 liters of water.
Coffee is also allowed, but no more than two cups a day, no sugar.
Also, it is advisable to finish your last meal four hours before bedtime.
During the day you can eat fruits and vegetables (apples, oranges, cabbage, green vegetables, prunes, a tablespoon of honey). You can eat stewed green vegetables – spinach, broccoli, kale, sprouts, peas, but without salt and other spices.
When you finish your diet your body cleansing will continue for a few more days, so do not immediately “run” on the scale, wait another 3-4 days to see the final results.
It’s good to know
If buckwheat is often on your plate and you use it regularly, you should still be careful about how you prepare it. Specifically, it is best left in water overnight, otherwise it retains phytic acid, which in large quantities can have a detrimental effect on the body.
Buckwheat flour, however, is devoid of this acid due to the fermentation process, so you can use it without fear – but not in this diet.