Cottage cheese and banana diet
We already know a lot about the beneficial properties of banana and its use in diets. Now I would like to offer you another one. This diet is a combination of bananas and cottage cheese.
We all know that cottage cheese is rich in calcium, which helps to restore cartilage and bone tissue. But there are many other healing properties of this product. Cottage cheese doesn’t have any tissue or cellular structure, so it is well absorbed. It reduces the level of cholesterol in the body, is good for the nervous system, heart and blood formation. Cottage cheese is often included to the different therapeutic diets in order to fight with stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer, chronic gastritis, chronic gallbladder disease, pancreatitis, bowel diseases.
This diet can last from four days to a week, no longer. During the week you can lose 3-4 kilos. In a couple of months you can reuse this diet, if you want to lose more excess weight. It is very nourishing and easily tolerated by the body.
So, the essence of the diet is in the following. It is necessary to alternate products for even and odd days. In even days – cottage cheese with any fruit, and in odd days – bananas with protein products. You should eat three times a day and dinner must be no later than 18 pm. In addition you can drink tea, water, fruit drinks in unlimited quantities as much as you want. The diet should be started from the curd day, that means – from the even day. You should drink a glass of water with juice of one lemon on an empty stomach. It is also recommended to choose the sweet-sour fruit.
The approximate menu can be as follows:
Cottage cheese days:
breakfast – cottage cheese, 1 apple or a pear;
lunch – cottage cheese, 1 peach or melon;
dinner – cottage cheese, 1 orange or grapefruit.
breakfast – banana and a boiled egg;
lunch – banana, 200 g of boiled lean meat;
dinner – banana and a glass of warm milk.
As well as milk and banana diet, this diet promises a good cleansing of the body. But such nutrition is contraindicated for people suffering from diseases of the liver, biliary tract and blood pressure.