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1 year diet

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Posted by ChristianH on 7 months ago

I got chronic urticaria and have started on a diet to reboot my system, but I don't really know what to eat or not to eat.

The juice diet cookbook are just fruit and vegetables, with no beans. I really struggle with the lack of protein in my diet. After a 2 week juice reboot I lost muscle mass, and I don't have that mutch to spare.

So is juice, smoothie and salad with a minimum of protein rich food a must or can I add some more to this 9-12 months reboot?



This topic contains 2 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by ChristianH 7 months ago.

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  • Zootal

    7 months ago

    You might be better off using a protein supplement instead eating protein rich foods. Beans are a decent source of protein, but also contain a lot of carbs that will slow down the weight loss. Find a good protein supplement and use it daily, twice daily if necessary. I personally prefer Nutrasumma pea protein, but there are other good ones out there.

    You don't need a lot, but you do need more protein than juice alone can provide, and a good protein supplement will help prevent most of the muscle loss that would otherwise occur.

  • ChristianH

    7 months ago

    I'm not in it for the weight loss, it's for a reboot of my immune system to help with my auto immune disease. But I see now that there is vegetable based protein supplements thats perfect for juicing.

    Thanks for the input.

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