Saturday, May 5, 2012

Whole grains

Whole grains reduce grease and health improvement. Between meals drink mineral still water, green tea and freshly squeezed juices

Surveys confirm that the intake of whole grains reduces the waist and significantly improves the health of the whole. Regular consumption of whole grains reduces the fat collected at the waist and hips. The diet lasts for seven days, during which time may weaken as much as five pounds.
Between meals drink mineral still water, green tea and fresh squeezed juices. After the baby, eat less meat.If you continue to eat cereals (raisins and apricots) you to lose nine pounds in six weeks. Note: turn off the salt, sugar and alcohol!

Dan Wheat
Whole wheat grains, rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, E, folic acid, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, copper, iron, magnesium and dietary fiber. It helps with diabetes, lowers pressure and cholesterol levels. Daily servings: 180 g whole grain wheat and 3/4 liter of boiled water to cook 20 minutes over low heat. Breakfast: cereal, sugar substitute, dl warm milk. Lunch: a cup of vegetable soup, the waist of a young onion crops. Dinner: Cereal, 1.25 oz yogurt, sugar substitute, cinnamon.

Day of pearl millet
Rich in lysine, protein and B vitamins, millet contains no gluten, alkaline and easy to digest. It acts as a diuretic, helps with poor digestion. It is excellent for the stomach, pancreas and kidneys. Daily servings: 180 g shelled millet and 3/4 l of boiling hot water boil for 30 minutes on low heat. Breakfast: cereal, sugar substitute, dl warm milk. Lunch: a cup of vegetable soup, cereal. Dinner: cereals, sugar substitute, grated apple and juice of one lemon.

Dan oats
Rich in vitamin E, zinc, selenium, copper, manganese and magnesium. Reduces "bad" cholesterol and has anti-cancer properties. It helps with constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and hemorrhoids. Daily servings: 180 g oats and 3/4 l of boiling water boil for ten minutes on low heat. Breakfast: cereal, sugar substitute, dl warm milk. Lunch: a cup of soup vegetables, grains, garlic and parsley. Dinner: cereal, substitute for sugar, 90 g fresh cheese, tablespoon cocoa.

Dan brown rice
Rich in vitamins B group, rice reduces the risk of colon cancer, lowers cholesterol and helps with diseases caused by lack of dietary fiber (hemorrhoids, diabetes, chronic constipation and varicose veins). Daily servings: 150 g brown rice, boiling water, leave on low heat for 35 minutes. Peel 450 g apples, chop, add a little water and money by ten minutes. Combine rice, apples and lemon juice, cinnamon and sugar substitute. Divide into 3 portions.

Dan barley
Barley kernels are rich in protein, potassium and calcium. Barley strengthens the pancreas, regulates the stomach and strengthens the intestines, is useful for gallbladder and nerves. Daily servings: 180 g dehulled barley (Gers) and 3/4 liter of boiling water, cook 10 minutes over low heat. Breakfast: cereal, sugar substitute, dl warm milk. Lunch: a cup of soup vegetables, grains, waist young onions, peppers. Dinner: cereal, sugar substitute, 1/2 cup orange juice, 2 tablespoons of yogurt.

Dan buckwheat
Daily servings: 180 g hulled buckwheat, add 3/4 liter of boiling water and cook 10 minutes over low heat.Breakfast: cereal, sugar substitute, dl warm milk. Lunch: a cup of soup vegetables, grains, spices. Dinner: cereal, sugar substitute, cup of yogurt.

Day of the combined crops
Daily servings: per 60 g of wheat, hulled buckwheat and oats. Add 3/4 liter of boiling water and leave for 20 minutes on low heat. Breakfast: cereal, sugar substitute, dl warm milk. Lunch: a cup of soup vegetables, grains, garlic, 3 tablespoons of tomato sauce. Dinner: cereal, sugar substitute, lemon juice, cinnamon, grated apple.

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