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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
- Dry nuts
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.
Green leafy Vegetables
Soup and Porridge
Potatoes (prepared in a low-fat fashion and without skin)
Room temperature smoothie without dairy or nuts
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.
Who knew that the solution to most our problems could be solved with a smoothie?! Smoothie Recipes For Everythinginfographic from Super Skinny Me gives you the ingredients and visually represents the amount of each that should put in. Trying to lose weight? Want to de-stress? Or maybe just want a bedtime drink. This infographic has it all.
Is there anything as versatile, adaptable and convenient as a smoothie? I doubt it. Nor are there many things as universally beloved. Smoothies are scrumptious, indulgent concoctions that tickle the taste buds and, inexplicably, with every sip make you feel just a little bit happier and make the world a little bit friendlier. The smoothie is so much greater than the sum of it’s parts. And just to prove the smoothie can do no wrong, it can actually make you more awesome too.
Smoothies contain a smorgasbord of ingredients, and depending on what you throw in, smoothies can ascend from mere flavorsome delight and sweet-tooth satisfier to the dizzying heights of muscle-building, energizing, health-enhancing superdrink. Why eat just one superfood, when you can combine a load of goodness into one easily digestible drink? Plus, it’s super quick and absurdly easy to prepare, making it weirdly efficient not just nutritionally, but generally. Created in the 1940’s, but perfectly designed for 21st century living.
Smoothies can be tailored to suit your own needs. And while the flavors are virtually limitless, don’t just think about taste, but also why you’re making it. Do you want to lose weight or perhaps build muscle? Do you need a pick-me up or extra energy to power through an intense workout? Had a bad day and want to wind down? Or maybe you can’t get to sleep. With a little smoothie science, you can easily make a smoothie that doesn’t just taste good (or look pretty), but actually does something.
The major issue I have with this design is that the proportions visualized for each smoothie aren’t accurate to the recipe. The sections are sized to fit the text, and have no relationship to the data. Big mistake!
Also, the actual amounts of each ingredient aren’t shown. The recipes are on the infographic landing page in the text portion, but aren’t included in the infographic itself. The issue with infographics is that they need to include the complete information because they are shared all by themselves, without any accompanying description text.
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Biscoff spread is a European treat made from Biscoff cookies. It’s basically from heaven, and now is a really good time to eat it — like, right now. Thank me later. 😉 I really love it!
15 Reasons Biscoff Spread Is Your New Favorite Thing Ever
1. Say “Hi” To Biscoff Spread
All natural ingredients, no trans fat, no GMO stuff; Biscoff Spread is a sweet and creamy slice of divinity that you can do a bunch of things with, like eat it with a spoon or bathe in it.
2. Biscoff Blondies
Put it in this ridiculous cookie recipe, and don’t share any of it.
3. Biscoff Cheesecake
This cheesecake is perfect for a warm weather dessert, and it’s also perfect forabsolutely any other time.
4. Biscoff Cups
They’re like peanut butter cups, except ridiculous.
5. Biscoff Banana Milkshake
It’s a milkshake that must have been handed down from the gods.
6. Banana Biscoff Grilled Cheese
Elvis would’ve flipped out about this sandwich.
7. Biscoff Marshmallow Squares
Because why not?
8. Biscoff Macaroons
Macaroons are probably the best cookies out there. Throw some cookie cream in ‘em, and you’re on the astral plane.
9. Biscoff Spread Gooey Butter Cake
No explanation necessary.
10. Biscoff Crescent Roll Cookies
11. Biscoff Bunny Tails
For if you’d like your easter to change the world forever.
12. Apple Biscoff Crumble Pizza
Just when you thought pizza couldn’t get any better.
13. Biscoff Danish
14. Biscoff and Pumpkin Pie Cookie Cups
So, so glad someone thought of this.
15. Absolutely Any Other Thing Combined with Biscoff Spread
Wherever you put peanut butter or Nutella, try Biscoff spread. Or just eat it right out of the jar. Or rub it all over your body. There’s something to be said for simplicity. You’re welcome!