Autumn brings us plenty of healthy groceries we can consume in order to have a proper diet, speed up the metabolism and detox if necessary.
Autumn is usually considered as time of year when we eat less fruit. It is important to keep the vitamins intake during the whole year. Fruits and vegetables will keep you full for a while and will help you lose weight.
The point of a detox is to cleanse your organism from toxins. It means to limit sugar, alcohol, canned foods, meat, eggs, and dairy. While detoxing the emphasis is on fiber rich foods (fresh fruit, broccoli, cabbage, onions, and carrots).
If you plan to go on a diet, it is best to consult your doctor. It is important to take all the necessary ingredients. Nutritionists will determine what you need, based on the tests they run and your health condition. Autumn is a perfect season for a diet because there is a lot of food for your diet, healthy and full of vitamins and minerals.
Exercise with weight
Riding a bicycle is very healthy and so is exercising with weight. So, consider including exercise in your daily routine. Weight training will help your organism burn more fat. It will also improve your metabolism. Fitness coaches recommend weight training for at least 3 times per week, 20 minutes a day.
Autumn brings us many different fruits and vegetables. Groceries that will help you keep your body weight and also cleanse your system are:
- sweet potato
- pumpkin seeds
- Brussels sprouts
Keep on reading and find out about two different types of autumn diets that may help you with weight loss.
Autumn diet #1 (daily menu)
Breakfast: grated carrot with 1 teaspoon of yogurt and honey or oatmeal with yogurt
Snack: 1 pear
Dinner: carrot, cabbage, and apple salad with olive oil
Breakfast: prunes, nuts; some bread
Snack: 1 apple and 1 tablespoon honey
Lunch: braised eggplant
Snack: 2 carrots
Breakfast: cornflakes with yogurt and 1 tablespoon of honey or fruit salad (pears, apples, grapes, olive oil)
Snack: a few nuts and 4 prunes
Lunch: 2 bell peppers stuffed with vegetables; slice of bread
Snack: 2-3 tomatoes
Dinner: grilled zucchini with honey and walnuts
Breakfast: vegetable salad (tomatoes, peppers, onions, vegetable oil), boiled rice
Snack: 1 pear
Lunch: braised eggplant, buckwheat
Snack: 2 bananas
Dinner: baked eggplant with tomatoes, carrots and cabbage, 1 tbsp. of sour cream, bread
Breakfast: peppers salad, cabbage, olive and vegetable oil or oatmeal
Lunch: a pair of roasted potatoes and salad with prunes, walnuts, onion, parsley
Dinner: tomatoes and cabbage salad
Breakfast: cereal with yogurt (you can add grapes and apples)
Snack: 1 orange and 1 apple
Lunch: green beans, peppers, tomatoes, onions, carrots, and garlic salad
Snack: 1 pepper
Dinner: grilled zucchini with honey and cinnamon
Breakfast: buckwheat and beets, walnuts and prunes salad
Lunch: peppers stuffed with vegetables; 1 slice of bread
Snack: 2 carrots
Dinner: tomato and 1 slice of rye bread
Autumn diet #2
Oatmeal with dried apricots and nuts (you can add honey), a slice of bread, tea or milk. 10gr of cottage cheese, slice of bread, and tea or milk.
Vegetables salad with a little oil, a few slices of bread, fruit juice or apple.
Vegetable soup, fish or chicken (80 grams), vegetables (can be boiled potatoes), a few slices of bread, an apple, juice of fruit or vegetables
A banana or 2 apples
Cheese cake or veggie salad, tea or milk
1 hour before going to bed – have an apple or a glass of yogurt