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Diet Pans And Menus - Reviewing The Dissociated Diet


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Diet Pans And Menus - Reviewing The Dissociated Diet

Author : Levi Reiss   Top Author

Submitted : 2014-01-07 13:55:38    Word Count : 415    Popularity:   Not Rated

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The Dissociated Diet is based on the theory of equilibrium between acids and bases. This diet works in function with the laws of digestion and divides foods into three major categories, which are: glucides, proteins, and neutral foods as will be described later in this article. The basic idea of this diet is to avoid eat the three major food groups at the same time. It is alleged that doing so will wreak havoc on the digestive system. Here are some of the Dissociated Diet principles.

You are advised to eat a breakfast rich in glucides and in proteins or one that is rich in fruit. Now if you choose to eat fruit for breakfast, that's all you'll have. Glucide-rich foods that you should consider include low-acidity fruits such as apricots, dates, and bananas; non-processed dried fruits with the exception of raisins, grains such as wild rice and quinoa, vegetables such as potatoes and sweet potatoes, and other foods such as honey, brown sugar, and maple syrup. Among the protein rich foods that you should consider are meat, ripened cheeses with a minimum of 45% butterfat, soy-based products, fish and seafood, berries, citrus fruit, and fruit juice, and eggs. For lunch you should have a protein dish that is accompanied by vegetables and a salad. As an alternative you may eat neutral foods that are composed of proteins and glucides. For dinner eat a glucide dish or a neutral one.

This diet suggests that you eat snacks. Your mid-morning snack may come from any of the three food groups. The mid-afternoon snack may be rich in glucides or in neutral elements but it should not be based on proteins. Drink a lot, about two and a half liters or quarts daily. And practice a sport such as bicycling or walking. Be sure that you start your exercise program slowly to avoid injury but then exercise on a regular basis.

An advantage of the Disssociated Diet is the variety and balance of its meals. This diet relies on good dietary habits. A disadvantage is that you will have to learn how foods are classified when preparing your meals.

Here is a sample menu: For Breakfast you may have a bagel with a banana, a yoghurt, and a cup of tea or coffee. Lunchtime means sliced beef with vegetables. The mid-afternoon snack is Swedish bread with cheese. For supper have curried potatoes.

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Levi Reiss wrote or co-authored ten computer and Internet books and teaches classes in computers at an Ontario French-language community college. Visit his wine, diet, health, and nutrition website http://www.wineinyourdiet.com and check out his popular diet articles. Youll love his Italian wine site http://www.theitalianwineconnection.com

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