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  • According to statistics, Japanese are categorized to have the highest longevity. This is duo to their tendency to eat healthy fresh food and spare fast one. If you follow this diet,  you’ll lose 10 Kilograms in 10 days. Top that off with some healthy activities and you have the perfect recipe for weight loss.
  • This diet suits everyone even obesity because it’s healthy and fat free.
  • The core focus of this Japanese diet is providing the body with high energy healthy food depending on certain ingredients and eating it in small quantities and in a pleasuring way. They also like to live healthy, too cook healthy food and they enjoy cooking.

What To Do?

  •  Cook 500 grams of rice then add it to chopped pickles. Eat this meal when you’re hungry as a main meal and make sure you chew slowly.
  •  If you like garlic, you can add some to rice. In addition to that meal, you can eat salad with olive oil, lemon juice and a pinch of salt.

*Note: before you start this extreme diet, please consult your doctor or a nutritionist. 

  • This diet will also help you eat more fish, vegetable and fruit served in small pieces and chewed slowly.
Special Features and Benefits Of The Japanese Diet:
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  • Increasing your longevity because of eating healthy food.
  • Lower Calorie rates: Switching to low calorie food like vegetables and fruits help reduce the overall calorie consumption instead of high calorie food like chocolate.
  • Salads: it’s a main part of every Japanese meal and served in separate small plates focusing on various fruits and vegetable.
Eating In Small Plates:
  • This is considered to be one of the best secrets of losing weight and eating healthy.
  • Researches show that serving in big plates gives the feeling of the desire to eat more food because we eat without thinking.
  • For example, try changing the big dinner plates full of candies and chocolate or you’ll end up  eating more calories than you should.
Rice is a main ingredient:
  • The Japanese diet contains a big amount of rice including breakfast. Unlike cakes on breakfast, the Japanese breakfast gives you a more sense of being full and activeness.
Vegetables: 
  • The diet focuses fresh vegetables and mixing them together. Paprika, green beans, marrow, eggplant, lattice, carrots and sweet potatoes  are all very nutritious. nutritiousness
  • Vegetables are either served as soup or vegetable salad or fried in a little of canola oil or lightly steamed. All these different ways provide various ways of cooking and all keep the nutritiousness.
Soybean Products:
  • Huge quantities of soybean products are consumed in Japanese meals because they serve as a protein alternative instead of beef because it’s low fat. An example for that would be Miso soup.

Ok, That was a lot of information. Here’s what you’ll actually be doing. 

The 10 Days Plan:

Day one:

  • Breakfast: Cup of coffee or tea with a small plate of fruit salad.
  • Lunch:2 boiled eggs, lattice salad with olive oil and fresh tomatoes.
  • Dinner: Fried fish or steamed with lattice and olive oil.

Day Two:

  • Breakfast: Cup of coffee or tea.
  • Lunch: Steamed fish with vegetable salad.
  • Dinner: 8 thin slices of roasted beef with low fat yogurt.

Day Three:

  • Breakfast: Cup of coffee and a small plate of fruit salad.
  • Lunch: One boiled eggs, 3 freshly boiled carrots with lattice and olive oil and lemon juice.
  • Dinner:  Apples.

Day Four:

  • Breakfast: Low fat yogurt.
  • Lunch: Fried carrots with olive oil and apples.
  • Dinner: 2 boiled eggs and 8 thin slices of roasted beef and lattice salad with olive oil.

Day Five:

  • Breakfast: Fresh carrots with lemon juice.
  • Lunch: 16 thin slices of roasted fish with 2 cups of tomato juice.
  • Dinner: Steamed fish.

Day six:

  • Breakfast: Cup of coffee or tea
  • Lunch: 16 thin slices of roasted chicken with lattice salad, olive oil and lemon juice.
  • Dinner: 2 boiled eggs, carrot slices with olive oil and lemon juice.

Day Seven:

  • Breakfast: Cup of green tea.
  • Lunch: 8 slices of roasted beef.
  • Dinner: Vegetable salad.

Day Eight:

  • Breakfast: A plate of fruit salad.
  • Lunch: Marrow soup and 8 slices of roasted chicken.
  • Dinner: Tofu.

Day Nine:

  • Breakfast: A cup of low fat yogurt.
  • Lunch: A small plate of rice and vegetable soup.
  • Dinner: Vegetable salad.

Day Ten:

  • Breakfast: Cup of coffee.
  • Lunch: 8 slices of roasted fish with lattice salad and olive oil.
  • Dinner: Vegetable salad.

Congratulations. You did it!