Centrifuge diet: you deflate and lose weight in 5 days

Centrifuge diet: you deflate and lose weight in 5 days

The centrifuge diet is ideal for losing weight and getting back in shape in just 5 days

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Deflate and get back in shape is simple, thanks to the centrifuge diet, based on fruits and vegetables.

This slimming regime, which is very popular in the United States, was conceived by Megan Roosevelt, nutritionist and beauty expert who also has a Youtube channel followed by thousands of users. It is a vegetable diet, which therefore eliminates carbohydrates and animal proteins, but also dairy products, and which aims to purify the body. According to those who have tried it the benefits are many, first of all increase the concentration, while they decrease anxiety and nervousness. Not only that: this diet also allows you to reactivate the metabolism, which most of the time is blocked by wrong food choices.

The centrifuge diet stems from the personal experience of Megan Roosevelt, who often felt a widespread feeling of fatigue. To solve the problem he used caffeine with the result that afterwards he felt even worse. So she started experimenting with a new food program that would help her stay in shape, giving her energy as well. In this way a semi-liquid diet was born told in a book published by Newton and Compton.

How does it work? The food program lasts five days. In this restricted period of time, smoothies and meals with fruit and vegetables are consumed. The day begins with a centrifuge, to fill up with energy, followed by a small snack. Lunch is now ready for vegetable smoothies, rich in fiber and perfect for stimulating the good functioning of the intestine.

A snack Megan recommends a centrifuged or purifying herbal tea, while at dinner it is time to consume another vegetable-based meal. This detox regime brings many benefits: it reactivates the metabolism, drains liquids, combats cellulite, and makes you immediately feel lighter. In her book the nutrition expert also recommends some foods, in particular cabbage, beetroot, romaine lettuce, pineapple, wheat grass, parsley and cucumbers, but also pineapple, seeds and spices .

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