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Quick and Efficient Egg Diet

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Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Egg diet

A diet is a nutritional regimen in which the goal is weight correction or a need related to improving health.

Diet does not mean deprivation of food, but restriction, proper combination and consumption. There is a lot of variety and variants of diets and everyone can easily find the one that they like the most and that they would cope with without much effort.

But it is recommended, even mandatory, for a person who decides to follow a diet to consult their doctor. However, the desired goal should be achieved without harming health in any way.

The egg diet is for those who want to achieve quick results. This diet lasts for seven days, but can be doubled.

During the diet, as with most diets, alcohol, carbonated drinks and sugar should not be consumed. It is necessary to drink at least two liters of water per day. The Egg Diet is also known as the Japanese Diet.

Menu:

First day

Breakfast: a cup of bitter coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch: 2 hard-boiled eggs

Dinner: boiled chicken and salad with lemon

Second day

Breakfast: a cup of bitter coffee or tea without sugar and two rusks

Lunch: 2 hard-boiled eggs

Dinner: ham, salad and 1 tea cup of yogurt

Third day

Breakfast: a cup of bitter coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch: vegetables, fruit

Dinner: ham, salad and 2 hard-boiled eggs

Fourth day

Breakfast: a cup of bitter coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch: 2 hard-boiled eggs and carrot juice

Dinner: boiled chicken and salad with lemon

Fifth day

Breakfast: grated carrot with lemon and 1 egg

Lunch: roasted fish with tomatoes

Dinner: nothing should be eaten

Sixth day

Breakfast: a cup of bitter coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch: 2 large pieces of chicken and salad

Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs and grated carrot

Seventh day

Breakfast: a cup of bitter coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch: a piece of roasted chicken and salad

Dinner: anything is allowed

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