Below you will find a menu developed by the professor Nicola Sorrentino, nutritionist, made from rice. This cereal helps deflate, eliminate excess toxins, stimulates diuresis. In short, the rice diet promotes a deep detoxification of the organism. Which you can follow to make a detox day.
The 24-hour pattern is in line with Professor Sorrentino's method, called the "Rice diet". can follow the program even for a week to lose a couple of kilos, useful for burning fat and activating the metabolism.
Because rice is an ally of the diet
The protagonist of the menu you find below is the rice, traditionally considered an enemy of the line like other carbohydrates: "The most up-to-date studies have shown that, although the caloric content is quite high, carbohydrates predispose much less to overweight than proteins and fats because our body disposes of them quickly. First of all, rice, which satisfies for a long time and is easily digested ”, explains Sorrentino.
The secret to eating it and not getting fat is season it with light vegetable-based sauces flavored with aromatic herbs, spices and a little extra virgin olive oil or rice. The rice plus legumes associationthen, it allows to obtain a nutritionally complete dish.
The rice diet
The diet proposed here is rich in seasonal vegetables, fresh and dried fruit, draining herbal teas, extra virgin olive oil and, of course, rice, preferably wholemeal. It does not include foods of animal origin, which hinder cellular purification and, in the case of dairy products, swell.
Breakfast 1 bar of rice and dark chocolate, 1 coffee or tea with sweetener, 1 glass of rice or almond milk, 30 g of whole oat flakes
Snack 1 citrus juice or 10 almonds
Lunch 1 plate of tomato soup with rice cakes
Merenda 1 crunchy dried fruit or 15 pistachios
Price 1 plate of cooked or raw vegetables to taste with 1 teaspoon of balsamic vinegar or rice and 1 teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil or rice + 120 g of brown rice with 100 g of lentils
After dinner 1 fruit to taste + 1 herbal tea of fennel, star anise, mint, lime, chamomile and ginger