Chicken Soup Diet

This diet operates on very simple mechanics. You have breakfast, then all the chicken soup you want for the remainder of the day. You are only allowed one breakfast per day, and then are restricted to the soup. There is a specific recipe for the soup, and participants are only allowed certain choices for breakfast.

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The Chicken Soup recipe

The actual recipe for the chicken soup is quite simple and includes vegetables such as celery, carrots and broccoli. The other ingredients are quite common such as chicken and various types of seasonings. There are also cooking directions that are easy to follow. The chicken soup diet is very simple in that all you need to do is make the soup once and it makes about 26 servings.

Items you can eat on the breakfast menu of the Chicken Soup Diet

One example of a typical Chicken Soup Diet breakfast involves a half cup of yogurt with chopped fruit and wheat germ. Another breakfast is just cereal and orange juice. There are specific measurements to follow but it's easy to see that the available breakfasts are quite common. All in all, the diet lasts one week and there are five available breakfasts. Participants simply pick their favorite of those five for the last two days.

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Chicken soup for two meals a day everyday…mmmmmm. In other words, reduce your calories. Said it before I'll say it again, the Mediterranean Diet is a good portion control diet that will help you reduce calories. You don't need to gross yourself out on chicken soup.

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Mediterranean Diet

Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean is comprised of a large area of land that stretches from western Spain to the Middle East. Structured after traditional lifestyle habits of those in this area, the Mediterranean Diet is ideal for people who like to cook, enjoy Mediterranean cuisine, and are interested in making a permanent lifestyle change. With very few dietary restrictions, followers of the Mediterranean Diet are allowed to eat all the things they enjoy, in moderation. Unlike the customary Western style of quickly eating large portions, the Mediterranean Diet places great emphasis on spending time on preparing and enjoying small, tasty meals. Rather than make drastic lifestyle modifications, this plan teaches people to choose low-fat, low- cholesterol foods that are packed with flavor and will leave them feeling fulfilled. The Mediterranean Diet aims to permanently improve long-term health.