Excludes all foods that trigger inflammation and therefore alcoholic beverages, breads of all kinds (for some reason they are singled out as particularly heinous French baguettes and croissants), flour, coffee, breakfast cereals, duck, beef, various fruits (including grapes, mango, orange, papaya, watermelon), various vegetables (including carrots, corn, peas, potatoes, pumpkin), pasta (also oriental noodles), pizza, pickles, rice, all sweetened and carbonated drinks, sugar, and aged cheeses.
The yes foods are: salmon, fish (tuna, shellfish, trout), turkey, eggs, yoghurt, vegetables (salads, broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, peppers and tomatoes), fruits (berries and blueberries in the first place, and then cherries, apples, pears and some types of melons), avocados, olives, barley, legumes, green tea, spices (oregano, ginger, cayenne pepper and basil) and finally 8-10 glasses a day of spring water.
- 100 grams of fresh red fruits (blueberries, currants, raspberries, blackberries) – or 30 grams of goji berries
- 1 200g plain yogurt or 1 omelette with 200 grams of egg whites
- 30 grams of oatmeal or 2 slices wholemeal bread
Lunch and Dinner
- 300 gr chosen from broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, asparagus, fennel salad
- 150 g of grilled salmon; or 200 g cheese / primosale / Jocca; or 200 grams of turkey / chicken / veal; or 2 eggs; or 250 gr. white fish
- ½ avocado or 1 tablespoon of olive oil or almond 5 or 9 olives and lemon juice
- Two per day: a slice of turkey + 100 grams of apple + 3 almonds or 125 g plain yogurt + 3 almonds
- 8-10 glasses of water + 3 cups the ‘green without sweetener + 200 ml aloe juice to be taken 3 times a day before meals.
In collaborazione con Dott.ssa LILIANA GIORGI