Schemes and tips to take care of your body by unlocking the metabolism, without forgetting the taste
The beginning of summer is a fantastic time to acquire a new awareness of body care.
In this regard, nutrition is fundamental, with the choice of slimming and purifying diets that are useful to better face the costume test.
One of these regimes is the alkaline diet, which helps not only to lose weight, but also to reduce the acidity of the body, with numerous advantages for general well-being (improvement of sleep quality, prevention of inflammatory diseases such as arthritis etc).
With the Ice Diet, a method appreciated by actresses like Renée Zellweger, reference is instead made to the ability that our body has to burn calories following the introduction of very cold or frozen foods. Based on snacks of granitas, sorbets and popsicles, this regime is associated with a healthy lifestyle, characterized by a low calorie diet and attention to physical activity.
To take care of your body, in view of the appointment with the holidays it is important to also consider the efficiency of the metabolism, almost always at the base of the difficulties in losing weight.
Those who want to shake up this situation can try the 72-hour diet, a regimen that allows, in the span of 3 days, to lose a couple of kilos and reactivate the metabolism thanks to a scheme based on low carb foods.
When talking about diets, however, it is essential to also keep in mind the potential that food has in preventing certain diseases, such as degenerative diseases. Effective in this regard is the Kousmine diet, the result of the studies of Dr. Catherine Kousmine. This regimen, which is based on 5 pillars, makes it possible to lose around ten kilos.
Super summer is instead the diet of cherries, a regime that focuses on these extraordinary fruits, beneficial as they are rich in fiber and potassium. To be followed for no more than a week, it allows you to lose about 3 kg.
Those who really don't want to give up their favorite dishes can choose the Maco diet. Conceived by the nutritionist biologist Elisabetta Marcosini, it is a tailor-made itinerary built on the basis not only of tastes, but also of the daily habits of those who follow it (working hours, family commitments, etc.).
This scheme devotes a lot of space to listening to the patient by the nutritionist, with the aim of helping to understand that food is not an enemy but a precious ally of well-being.
All these diets must be started after asking the advice of your doctor and after having performed any prescribed blood tests.