Fruits rich in fatty acids such as avocados, olives and acai for mono unsaturated fatty acids they contain.
Fiber-rich fruits: such as apples, grapefruit, orange, melon, pineapple, watermelon, etc.
Vegetables: Some vegetables recommended by Dr. Perricone are garlic, spinach, cabbage, lettuce, broccoli.
Peppers: These have the property to be antioxidants, therefore intervene in the improvement of cellular activity and increased metabolism. In addition to suppressing appetite.
Seeds, nuts and almonds: Seeds, nuts and almonds have a good supply of good fats. Within the seeds.
Hydrate: Drink plenty of water daily allows the circulation of blood, which favors the supporting tissues of the body.
Eggs: The eggs not only provide the necessary proteins for the muscles but also easily accessible energy for the body. Eggs also provide an essential amino acid known as leucine, which stimulates the metabolism of glucose as muscle fuel. The yolk should be taken in moderation, because they are high in cholesterol, but the clear focus that is where the amino acids, can be taken without restriction.
Dairy: We recommend taking daily various low-fat dairy products including cottage cheese, milk and yogurt, among others. (For those who can not tolerate milk can substitute soy milk)
Quinoa: It is high quality protein. This grain also provides the body (and muscles) minerals such as iron and potassium.
Lean red meat: lean red meats are a source of high quality protein, very popular (everyone knows that a good steak is a quality source of protein). Lean red meats (beef, cow, ox, etc. ..) contain vitamin B12 and zinc. Try to find a variety of meat low in fat, so avoid eating saturated fats.
Avoid fad diets: as dissociated diets or a single food. While they may make the “miracle” to make you lose weight in a short time, do not make it just like that, the lack of nutrients that provide health deteriorate the skin.
Do not stop eating, if your diet is not only unbalanced but also restrictive, forget it because you’re a potential victim of the rebound effect.
Do not stop eating proteins: proteins contribute to the production of collagen and elastin, which contribute to the strength and tissue recovery, and prevent loss of elasticity.