Maintainning the weight you lost after a mono diet will be very easy as long as you eat food that are easy to digestand take a short time to be completely digested the first days after your mono diet is over.
Generally after a mono diet you should restrict to your usual calorie limit. Eat after the diet not more than you ate before it and treat it like a fast.

You should know that:

Fatty foods are harder to digest and can cause stomach pain and heartburn.
Probiotics are our friends.
Foods very rich in protein should be avoided, as protein demands a lot of time to e digested.
Foods high in fibre or fat should be avoided.

FOODS THAT SHOULD BE AVOIDED

Stay away from:
  • Fried food
  • Chilli
  • Cheese
  • Meat
  • Beans
  • Dry nuts
  • Crackers
Avoid:
  • Berries with Seeds
  • Corn

SAFE FOOD LIST – FOOD SUGGESTIONS

Many of you message me and ask me what foods do I recommend after a mono diet. Here is a safe food list that may help you.

Safe foods:

Yoghurt
Green leafy Vegetables
Mashed Potatoes
White Bread
White Rice
Soup and Porridge
Bananas
Apricots
Peaches
Pears
Melons
Mango
Nectarine
Watermelon
Cantaloupe
Papaya
Cranberry juice
Raspberry juice
Fruit Nectars
Asparagus tips
Carrots
Lettuce
Beets
Pumpkins
Mushrooms
Alfalfa sprouts
Zucchini
Spinach
Potatoes (prepared in a low-fat fashion and without skin)
Rice pudding
Room temperature smoothie without dairy or nuts
Almond milk
Cooked Vegetables

Tips that make digestion easier:

Gentle exercise after a meal can also improve digestion.
Eat smaller meals more frequently. Many people find that eating five to six small meals throughout the day helps to prevent digestive issues.
Mashing food before eating can also make it easier to digest.
Drink a lot of water throughout the day in order to flush your system.

Fat-Burning Foods Are Delicious and Beneficial to One's Weight reduction