Chinese Diet Plan to Lose up to 10 Pounds in a Week!

The Chinese people are known for their slim figure, and as we are already familiar with the fact that everything relies (our health and weight) on the food we take in.

The Chinese diet is based on the consumption of vegetables that have been lightly steamed or stir fried, commonly accompanied by starches such as noodles, rice, or dumplings. This diet also includes meat and fish, but not in such large quantities like the western diet. Chinese people consume moderately meat and fish.

Although it has been considered to be very unhealthy food, this is not a true fact if it is prepared in the right traditional way. The bad reputation comes from the tendency to buy it from take-out restaurants or shopping mall food courts, which serve meats flavored with the harmful monosodium glutamate (MSG) which is placed on greasy noodles or refined white rice.

According to the Chinese food expert Lorraine Clissold, the Chinese diet prepared in the right way is very healthy that can fight off illnesses and thus prolong the lifespan of the person.

This diet can stimulate weight loss, and after its consumption very soon you will start to lose weight, in fact, in only one week you can lose almost 10 pounds.

Chinese Diet in 1 Week

This diet is extremely nutritious and balancing, and it will help you to quickly lose weight.

1st DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • 150 grams of cabbage
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Lunch meal:

  • 4 tablespoons of cooked rice
  • 150 grams of grated carrot salad and olive oil
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Dinner meal: 

  • 150 grams of boiled fish
  • A few leaves of lettuce
  • A small piece of rye bread
  • 200 ml of green tea, free of sugar.

2nd DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • 150 grams of carrot salad with olive oil
  • 1 toasted rye bread
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Lunch meal: 

  • 200 grams of cabbage, carrot, lettuce and celery salad
  • A slice of rye bread
  • 200 ml of fresh apple juice, free of sugar.

Dinner meal: 

  • 100 grams of cooked rice with lettuce leaves
  • Half a grapefruit
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

3rd DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • 200 grams of banana, apple, pear, and orange salad
  • 200 ml of freshly squeezed orange juice, free of sugar.

Lunch meal: 

  • 150 grams of cabbage salad with lemon juice
  • 250 grams of cooked asparagus
  • A slice of rye bread
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Dinner meal: 

  • 250 grams of fried mushrooms, free of oil
  • 1 boiled potato, small
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

4th DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • Oranges and apples
  • 1 toasted rye bread
  • 200 ml of freshly squeezed orange juice, free of sugar.

Lunch meal: 

  • 300 grams of cooked asparagus with rice and basil
  • 1 apple
  • A piece of rye bread
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Dinner meal: 

  • 200 grams of fish, boiled
  • 2 boiled potatoes, small
  • A slice of rye bread
  • 200 ml of green tea, free of sugar.

5th DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • 150 grams of cooked rice porridge
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Lunch meal: 

  • 200 grams of white cabbage salad
  • A piece of rye bread
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Dinner meal: 

  • 200 grams of carrot, cabbage, and lettuce salad with olive oil
  • A piece of rye bread
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

6th DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • 150 grams of cooked rice porridge
  • 200 ml of freshly squeezed apple juice, free of sugar.

Lunch meal: 

  • 200 grams of cooked seafood
  • 150 grams of kiwi, orange, and apple salad
  • 200 ml of freshly squeezed orange juice, free of sugar.

Dinner meal: 

  • 100 grams of lean grilled meat
  • 4 leaves of lettuce
  • A piece of rye bread
  • 1 orange
  • 200 ml of green tea, free of sugar.

7th DAY

Breakfast meal: 

  • 250 grams of apricot, apple and plum salad
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Lunch meal: 

  • 150 grams of cooked rice with prunes and honey
  • 200 ml of mineral water.

Dinner meal: 

  • 150 grams of cooked sea fish
  • 200 grams of white cabbage salad
  • A slice of rye bread
  • 200 ml mineral water.

The standard diet refers to the calories as the main cause for fatness, especially if we take them more than our body needs them. On the other hand the Chinese medicine believes that everything is made up of five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Each element has a corresponding flavor: sour, bitter, sweet, hot and salty.  Therefore, according to the health condition in which you are, you should eat the appropriate food, like for instance when having a diarrhea, sour foods like lemon or food pickled in vinegar can be of great assistance.

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