Monday, April 21, 2014
I am so glad that I started the 5 Day Miracle Diet today because I have GOT to change the way I treat my body and I can feel a big difference already today. I have been feeling so bad. I have been sick more this year than any other year(towards the end of 2013). I battled bronchitis two times and have had a recurring problem with my sinuses and allergies that have developed black rings around my eyes. I don't wear makeup because I have always had great skin tone, but now I feel that I need to wear some type of concealer around my eyes. This is so EMBARRASING!! I pray that within a week or two of being on the 5 Day Miracle Diet, that my skin tone will come back as beautiful as it was. I need to get off at least 50 pounds in the next 2 - 3 months. I know I can do it. This program really keeps my blood sugar down. If anyone is interested in the 5 Day Miracle Diet, here is a brief description.
5 DAY MIRACLE DIET by Adele Puhn
This is the 5 day miracle diet by Adele Puhn. If you follow it correctly you can lose a lot of weight. This diet is GREAT to control cravings & stabilize our blood sugar level..
THE BAD CARBOHYDRATES ARE white flour & processed sugar - these carbohydrates make our insulin levels go crazy - read her book to learn all the facts..
you can get it at http://www.amazon.com.
5 DAY MIRACLE DIET - TIPS
Eat within a 1/2 hour of waking, unless you're excerising,
in which case you can stretch it to 45 minutes.
Breakfast should consist of a starch, like whole wheat toast, for quick
energy and a protein, like a few egg whites, for a more lasting boost.
Eat a hard-chew snack, like an apple or a few celery stalks,
within 2 hours of breakfast.
According to author Adele Puhn, "hard-chew" food produce
a slow release of sugar,
which evens out the distribution of glucose.
Eat lunch by no later than 1 p.m., if possible. This meal should incorporate
protein & vegetable. SKIP THE PASTA, says Puhn.
It's "too glycemic" and sleep-inducing for the midday meal.
Eat one or two snacks in the afternoon, spaced no farther
than three hours apart.
Theoretically, you've already created "balanced blood sugar"by this point in the day, so
there is more flexibility as to "hard chew" and "soft chew" choices.(like peaches & plums)
Eat Dinner by no later than 8PM if possible. As with lunch,
this meal should incorporate protein & vegetables...