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Use This Amazing Cucumber Diet & Weight Lose Quickly in 10 Days


You want to drop that extra weight quickly? Try this implausible diet for 10 days and see the results! The main ingredient in this diet is cucumber and rightfully so you can able to lose weight naturally because it makes you feel full so that you will be prohibited from binge eating.
So let’s see what you need!
Products you can consume during this diet:
  • 300 grams of fresh fruits
  • 3 bits of entire wheat bread or 2 bubbled potatoes.
  • 2 boiled potatoes (the potatoes can be boiled and baked, but not fried) or 3 pieces of whole wheat bread
  • 150 g of tuna (without the oil, 2 boiled eggs or 15 g grilled white meat)
  • Fluids: tea, espresso without sugar (no soft drink beverages or liquor permitted)
You can eat fresh cucumber salad or drink cucumber juice at any time between or with your meals. Any time you feel hungry, you can consume both of them. The amount is limitless.
Cucumber Diet Menu (for 1 day)
Breakfast: cucumber salad and 2 hard-boiled eggs
Between dinners: 1 major apple, 1 peach (lower than 200 g) or 5 plums
Lunch: Whole wheat bread (Toasted) and cucumber salad
Between meals: Cucumber Shake
Dinner: Fruit salad (300 g)
Cucumber Salad – Recipe:
  • 400 g of cucumber
  • 200 ml of sour milk or yogurt
  • Salt
  • Fresh, young onion
  1. Peel the cucumber and chop and make slices. Add some salt and mix in it well. After that, add the yogurt or the milk and shake it. In the end, add the fresh onion and your cucumber diet salad is ready to eat and for serve.
Cucumber Shake – Recipe:
  • 1 apple
  • A handful of spinach
  • 1 cucumber
  • Ginger
  • 20 g of almonds and walnuts
  • Add the apple, the spinach, and the cucumber (not peeled) in a mixer and blend well. At that point, include some crisp ginger and mix it once more. Put the shake in a big glass and trim it on top with some crushed almonds and walnuts and other dry fruits. You need to drink it immediately, in order not to lose its healing properties. This delicious natural cucumber shake is high in vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin K, Vitamin B, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, iron, magnesium, calcium, fiber, etc.
Note: It is very important to exercise while you are on this diet. You can run, walk, ride a bike, necessary exercise to burn the calories at your home or you can hit the gym, it’s all up to you. It will help you feel much better and you will lose weight much quicker

Lower cholesterol and get lean with this 7-day Cucumber/Vegetarian diet plan

Have you ever thought about trying a vegetarian diet? Well, this 7-day plan is the perfect way to test it out! It was originally designed for Craig Melvin, who is a big guy (more than 200 pounds) and had an ambitious training schedule with Bob Harper. So the portions here are large, with a lot of protein.
If you're smaller than Craig or looking to lose weight, simply lighten up on the serving sizes at meals, enjoy one or two daily snacks and omit protein powder in the morning smoothie.
So, what's on the menu? You guessed it...tofu, lentils, beans, and "fake steak." Try it for a week and see how you feel!

Ready to hop on board? Here's what you need to know...
·  Eat on a schedule: at least every four to five hours.
·  Blend and match any of the supper and nibble alternatives. Repeat favorite meals/snacks as often as you’d like.
·  Include a non-meat protein source at every meal: eggs, dairy (yogurt, cheese, milk), quinoa, tofu, lentils, tempeh, starchy beans (chickpeas, black beans, edamame, etc.), nuts or seeds.
·  Choose high-quality starch whenever possible. For example, pick entire grain bread and pasta, dark-colored and wild rice, quinoa, oats, prepared/broiled potatoes and root vegetables, and so on.
·  Tote along nutrient-rich mini-meals and snacks, so that you're armed with the right stuff when hunger strikes.
·  Enjoy unlimited amounts of non-starchy vegetables (carrots, tomatoes, peppers, celery, cucumbers, etc.) at any point in the day.
·  Drink lots of water throughout the day. Aim for at least eight 8-ounce glasses daily (64+ ounces total).
·  Note: if you are a big guy like Craig and performing vigorous strength-training exercises, add a daily protein beverage (1-2 scoops protein powder + 1 cup low-fat milk; skim milk or unsweetened vanilla almond milk) after your workouts.
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1. Protein smoothie and eggs
To make a protein smoothie, puree 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1 scoop protein powder (hemp, pea or whey), 1 small container of nonfat Greek yogurt, 1/2 banana, 1 cup favored natural product (crisp or solidified), and 3 to 5 discretionary ice 3D shapes. On the side, enjoy 2 hard-boiled eggs or 4 egg whites.
2. Protein smoothie and tofu scramble
Make protein smoothie. On the side, enjoy a Tofu Scramble.
3. Protein smoothie and oatmeal
Make protein smoothie. On the side, enjoy 1 cup prepared oatmeal topped with 2 tablespoons chopped walnuts and berries.
4. Protein smoothie and Greek yogurt parfait
Make protein smoothie. Make a Greek yogurt parfait by layering 1 cup plain, reduced-fat Greek yogurt with 2 tablespoons granola and 1/2 cup chopped fruit, then drizzle on 1 teaspoon honey.
5. Protein smoothie and avocado toast
Make protein smoothie. On the side, top 1 slice whole-grain toast with 2 tablespoons mashed avocado and 1 to 2 tablespoons roasted peanuts.
6. Protein smoothie and Craig McMuffin
Make protein smoothie. As an afterthought, toast 1 entire grain English biscuit. Stuff with 3 scrambled egg whites, sliced tomato and 1 slice of reduced-fat cheese. Enjoy with optional ketchup, hot sauce or salsa.
7. Protein smoothie and Joy's Protein Pancakes
Make Protein Smoothie. On the side, make Joy's Protein Pancakes using the recipe found here.
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1. Bean burrito
Fill 1 whole-grain tortilla wrap with 1 cup black beans, lots of vegetables, 1/4 cup reduced-fat shredded cheese and salsa. Enjoy crunchy carrots on the side.
2. Cold sesame noodles and edamame
Toss 2 cups cooked whole grain spaghetti with 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil. For the sauce, mix 1 tablespoon natural peanut butter, 4 teaspoons low-sodium vegetable broth, 4 teaspoons low-sodium soy sauce, 1 to 2 teaspoons rice wine vinegar and an optional dash of hot sauce. Toss sauce with noodles and garnish with optional scallions and chopped veggies (like cucumber and baby carrots). Season with pepper and sprinkle on optional red pepper flakes. Serve hot, cold or room temperature. On the side, enjoy 1 cup steamed edamame in the pod.
3. Garden omelet
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Prepare omelet with 1 whole egg and 3 egg whites. Stuff with any favored vegetable blend and the alternative for 2 tablespoons cheddar. Enjoy with 1 slice of whole-grain toast.
4. Veggie burger and quinoa-chickpea salad
Make 1 bun-less veggie burger. Enjoy with 2 cups of the Quinoa-Chickpea Tabbouleh recipe found here.
5. Baked potato topped with vegetarian chili
Prepare 1 baked potato and serve with 2 cups of vegetarian chili (canned or homemade).
6. Power salad
Toss mixed greens with unlimited veggies, avocado, tofu, black beans, chickpeas, and 2 tablespoons vinaigrette dressing.
7. Chinese takeout
Sauteed tofu with vegetables. Serve with 1 cup of brown rice.
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1. Apple and peanut butter
Serve with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
2. Homemade trail mix
Combine 1/2 cup whole-grain cereal, 2 tablespoons almonds, and 1 tablespoon raisins
3. Greek yogurt
Enjoy a single container low-fat Greek yogurt
4. Chocolate protein muffin
Get ready Chocolate Protein Muffin utilizing the formula found here.
5. Pistachio nuts
Enjoy 1/2 cup of pistachio nuts in the shell
6. Banana and nut butter
Serve with 1 tablespoon nut butter
7. Lentil or black bean soup
Serve 1 to 2 cups of lentil or black bean soup.
8. Pumpkin seeds
Enjoy 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds in the shell
9. Avocado toast
Toast 1 slice of whole-grain bread and top with 2 tablespoons mashed avocado and an optional sprinkle of pepper, salt, and fresh lemon or lime juice
10. Almonds and pear
Enjoy 1 pear with 1/4 cup almonds
11. Veggies and Hummus
Enjoy assorted vegetables with 1/4 cup hummus
12. Cheese Stick and Orange
Enjoy 1 cheese stick and an orange
13. Greek yogurt and sunflower seeds
Top a solitary holder low-fat Greek yogurt with 2 tablespoons sunflower seeds.
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1. BBQ cauliflower steak, quinoa, and edamame
Prepare Cauliflower Steak using the recipe found here. Serve with 1 cup cooked quinoa and 1 cup edamame in the pod.
2. Salad and pizza
Enjoy 2 to 3 cuts of any dainty hull veggie pizza (solidified, cafĂ© or natively constructed). For a homemade version with sweet potato, crust uses the recipe here or try this version with a cauliflower crust.
3. Baked Asian tofu
Prepare Baked Asian Tofu using the recipe found here. Serve with roasted broccoli and 1 cup cooked the whole grain.
4. Vegetarian chili
Enjoy 2 cups of canned or homemade vegetarian chili. For a homemade version using the recipe found here. Top with an optional 1/4 cup shredded reduced-fat cheddar and/or nonfat plain Greek yogurt.
5. Buffalo tempeh "wings" with blue cheese dip
Prepare Buffalo Tempeh "Wings" using the recipe found here. Serve with mixed greens topped with 1/2 cup cooked quinoa, 1/2 cup chickpeas, and 2 tablespoons vinaigrette or make Quinoa-Chickpea Tabbouleh using the recipe found here.
6. Portobello pizzas and soup
Top 3 portabella mushrooms with sauce and reduced-fat cheese. Serve with 2 cups lentil, split pea or black bean soup.
7. Veggie burgers
Serve 2 veggie burgers, each on half a whole grain bun (1 hamburger bun total). Serve with kale chips made using the recipe here.


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