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The Egg Diet

Eggs represent healthy food. They contain a lot of healthy nutrients and protein. Consuming eggs provides all the necessary healthy nutrients and vitamins for the human body. If you take up this boiled egg diet and don’t eat unhealthy food for some time, you will considerably build up your metabolism. What is more, eggs contain vitamins, minerals, good fats, high-quality proteins and a lot of nutrients. Eggs re loaded with Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin A, Vitamin B5 as well as Selenium. They also contains almost all the necessary vitamins and minerals which are essential for the human body, such as iron, zinc, calcium, manganese, potassium, Vitamin E, Folate and other. One large egg contains 77 calories, 6 grams of quality protein, 5 grams of fat and small amounts of carbohydrates. It is also important to mention that all the healthy nutrients are concentrated in the yolk; there is only protein in the white.

So it is a basic easy diet. A clean diet. Use healthy great veggies to st…

Summer 3 Day Reset Cleanse

Every few months I like to do a nice diet reset, which typically means that I like to do Food Matters reset cleanse or my Fall one I created a few years back. But I came across this one and thought I have to try it.  Every recipe in it is totally clean, deliciously nourishing, and easy to make ahead and pack for a work lunch. This program is simple. I have eliminated all the usual suspects (gluten, dairy, corn, sugar, alcohol, and caffeine), and it’s mostly vegetarian, save for some bone broth. Here’s the basic routine: Every morning, start with a probiotic-rich tonic and bone broth. Lunch is a big chopped salad (perfect for taking to work in a large Mason jar), and midafternoon, snack on a grain-free granola bar. Dinner is an easy puréed soup. Just before bed, drink a warming cup of Goodman’s Inner Peace Tonic.
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