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Dr. Hay Diet

One of the most famous American Dietetritians Dr. Hay put forward the theory that each product is absorbed by the body in different ways. Based on this, you must be include the products that are easy to digest as supplements for the products that are hard to digest in the diet to help speed up the process. For example, fruit must follow protein consumption, since they increase the acidity in the stomach and, therefore, contribute to the rapid cleavage of the protein. Sugar is a necessary Alkaline environment is neccessary for the sugar to be absorbed. An monosaccharides are esseintial for it as well. Thus, Dr. Hay states that foods that can increase the level of alkali in the blood should be used much more than proteins. The diet should mainly consist of fruits and vegetables, which will complement the occasional meat or fish.

Dr. Hay Diet

Hay diet Rules

  • Carbohydrates should be consumed separately. Do not confuse them with fruits, especially acidic ones.
  • It is necessary to eating at least four times a day and withstand time interval to time to digest the food.
  • There must be small portions. This is very important!
  • Completely abandon processed products, such as sausages.

Dr. Hay diet menu

First Week

Monday:

  1. Breakfast - low-fat homemade yogurt.
  2. Lunch - meat, baked in the oven. You can add fruit sauce.
  3. Snack - peach.
  4. Dinner - boiled potatoes with corn.

Saturday:

  1. Breakfast - banana, a slice of whole grain breads.
  2. Lunch - boiled corn and millet.
  3. Snack - green salad.
  4. Dinner - salad of boiled liver, carrots, rutabagas and beets.

Wednesday:

  1. Breakfast - same as the one on Monday.
  2. Lunch - vegetable pie or steamed vegetables.
  3. Snack - grapes or nuts.
  4. Dinner - vegetable salad, cod baked in cheese, a small apple.

Saturday:

  • Breakfast -melon
  • Lunch- baked chicken and fruit salad of kiwi and tangerine.
  • Snack - vegetable salad.
  • Dinner - salad with bananas and nuts.

Friday:

  1. Breakfast  - same as the one on Monday.
  2. Lunch - beans and potatoes.
  3. Snack - vegetable salad.
  4. Dinner - salad turnip, beets, onions and watercress salad, scrambled eggs with cheese.

Saturday:

  1. Breakfast - cereals.
  2. Lunch - fruit salad or dried fruit.
  3. Snack - nuts.
  4. Dinner - baked chicken and vegetable salad.

Sunday:

  1. Breakfast - orange.
  2. Lunch - vegetable soup.
  3. Snack - pear.
  4. Dinner - meat stew with vegetables and berries.

Second Week

Monday:

  1. Breakfast - cereals.
  2. Lunch - fruit salad or dried fruit.
  3. Snack - nuts.
  4. Dinner - baked chicken and vegetable salad.

Tuesday:

  1. Breakfast -melon.
  2. Lunch- baked chicken and fruit salad of kiwi and tangerine.
  3. Snack - vegetable salad.
  4. Dinner - salad with bananas and nuts.

Wednesday:

  1. Breakfast - low-fat homemade yogurt.
  2. Lunch - meat, baked in the oven, you can add fruit sauce.
  3. Snack - peach.
  4. Dinner - boiled potatoes with corn.

Thursday:

  1. Breakfast - orange.
  2. Lunch - vegetable soup.
  3. Snack - pear.
  4. Dinner - meat stew with vegetables and berries.

Friday:

  1. Breakfast - same as the one on Monday .
  2. Lunch - vegetable pie or steamed vegetables.
  3. Snack - grapes or nuts.
  4. Dinner - vegetable salad, cod, baked in cheese, a small apple.

Saturday:

  1. Breakfast  - same as the one on Monday.
  2. Lunch - beans and potatoes.
  3. Snack - vegetable salad.
  4. Dinner - salad of rutabagas, beets, onions and watercress salad, scrambled eggs with cheese.

Sunday:

  1. Breakfast - banana, a slice of whole grain breads.
  2. Dinner - boiled corn and millet.
  3. Snack - green salad.
  4. Dinner - salad of boiled liver, carrots, rutabagas and beet.

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