Oh, this is a sweet feeling of freedom, when only two days are left before the end of the diet. When the mouth periodically tastes something forbidden, sweet, and at night I dream about going with my girlfriend to a pizzeria … Stop! It’s time to stop and think. Have I been on a diet in order to break at one moment? And gain more than you lost? Not! Although the prospect of not eating sweets for the rest of my life doesn’t entice me either. So what to do to properly exit the diet?
Diets are different, there are mono-, low-calorie, diets aimed at changing metabolism, etc. etc. And the output from each diet has its own characteristics. Only one thing in common: not to rush out of the fire, but into the fire.
For example, when leaving any mono-diet, you need to gradually replace one of the meals with another product. Ideally, it should be a low-calorie product, a fruit or vegetable.
Lovers of protein diets are advised not to get involved in carbohydrates in the first weeks after the end, but introduce them into the diet gradually.
Increase the amount of food, too, need to gradually, otherwise the body simply throws on the food and will be able to accumulate fat, even from vegetable salad.
Out of the 6 petals diet
I periodically sit on a diet of 6 petals. She helps me cope with the after-holiday fat. The essence of the diet is simple: each day consume only a certain product. For example: Monday – fish day, Tuesday – vegetables, Wednesday – poultry meat, Thursday – cereals, Friday – cottage cheese, and on the last day – fruit. Weight is reset easily, the feeling of hunger is absent.
However, in order not to gain kilograms again, you need to carefully exit this six-day mono-diet. In the first week after graduation, I still do not consume sugar, fried and fat, then gradually return to normal diet. I add vegetables to the diet, but in such a way that the total amount of consumed daily calories does not exceed 1300-1500.
The second week after the end of the diet is the return of sweet tea in my life. Buns and sweets are still banned, but I spoil myself with dried fruits and sweet fruits (bananas and grapes).
Of course, gradually, I return to the usual way of life: I allow myself trips to my favorite cafes or eat corn sticks with my kids. But I managed to save the spent 5 kg during the 6 petals diet for several months … until the next holiday!
Oh yes, knowledgeable people are advised to play sports. In my case, this is running in heels to the bus, jumping over puddles, long-distance running to the garden and school for children. Helps as good as fitness!