The Potato Diet


Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to lose weight by consuming potatoes. A famous nutritionist has developed a slimming diet based on this starchy to lose up to two pounds in a week.

The benefits of potatoes

The potato is the fourth most widely grown foodstuff in the world, and is found in many cuisines and crops. It is an easy-to-prepare, very nutritious food that appeals to young and old alike. Its moderate glycemic index promotes the sensation of satiety and avoids yielding to cravings.

This starch is rich in potassium, vitamins C, B1, B2, B3, B6 as well as magnesium, zinc and manganese among others. It therefore provides a necessary energy supply, keeps the intestines healthy and helps to fight stress.

The potato is ideal under this diet because, being filling, it reduces daily calorie rations and ensures an appetite suppressant effect due to its high carbohydrate content.

It is not a calorie food because it contains only 79 calories per hundred grams. It all depends on how it is cooked, just banish frying and promote cooking with water, steam and oven.

This diet is intended for people wishing to refine their silhouette in a short time and who are ready to consume a lot of starchy foods, including the potato.

Despite its effectiveness and rapid effects, this diet should not be followed for more than seven consecutive days because being little varied and low in calories, it can lead to deficiencies. It is not recommended for people with overweight or obesity because it is not advisable to follow it over the long term.

Day 1 :

Breakfast: A sugar-free green tea, two whole grain cereal rusks, a teaspoon of honey or maple syrup, and a goat's milk yogurt.

Lunch: A potato salad seasoned with herbs and lemon juice

Dinner: Boiled potatoes, fish carpaccio


Day 2:

Breakfast: A natural green tea, a portion of fresh goat cheese, a boiled egg, a slice of bread to the sound

Lunch: Chicken Cutlet with Baked Potato

Dinner: Mashed potatoes with herbs, yogurt with almond milk

Day 3:

Breakfast: A natural green tea, two whole grain cereal rusks, white cheese

Lunch: One slice of turkey bread with baked potatoes.

Dinner: Baked white potato pancakes.

Day 4:

Breakfast: A natural green tea, a bowl of oatmeal, almond milk

Lunch: Hash Chicken  with lettuce salad seasoned with pepper and lemon juice

Dinner: A soup with leeks and potatoes and a yogurt with goat's milk

Day 5:

Breakfast: A natural green tea, a slice of bread with sound, a hard-boiled egg and a banana

Lunch: Grilled fish fillet with steamed pomegranate potatoes

Dinner: A salad of potatoes, cheese and beets seasoned with a fillet of olive oil, pepper, lemon juice and herbs.

Day 6:

Breakfast: Two fried eggs, a cereal rusk and a green tea

Lunch: A cheese-topped dish of potatoes (without cheese) and a steamed fish fillet

Dinner: Two baked potatoes with herbs and an almond milk yogurt

Day 7:

Breakfast: A sugar-free green tea, a bowl of homemade Granola with almond milk and red fruits

Lunch: A chopped parsley with a rocket salad

Dinner: A soup of potatoes and onion and a yogurt with sheep's milk



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