What Is A Menu Macrobiotic?

Thursday, 12 July 2012, 1:16 | Diet tips | 0 Comment | Read 675 Times
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Macrobiotic menuThe basic ingredients of this diet and its approximate ratio could be the following soups and fluids (5% – 10%), vegetables (5% – 10%), vegetables (20% – 25%) and cereals (50% – 60 %).

This diet is designed to rid your body any type of toxin and bring you vitality and wellness. Also, if you combine it with healthy principles of the Mediterranean diet (not so different) you can develop your own menu.



Some of the basic course should include are: (choose from among those that we offer the most you feel hungry for several lunches and dinners).

Breakfast
Soluble prepared tea or cereal / rice cakes or whole wheat toast with some vegetable paté or jam (better natural, type sauce) without sugar.

Food
First: Soup: Miso, noodle whole wheat, vegetables with shiitake (Japanese mushroom). Cream of pulses (lentils, beans, etc.).

Seconds: brown rice, vegetable paella, steamed or stewed vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli, peas, carrots …) Tofu with vegetables or algae, cous cous, preferably steamed white fish (sole, monkfish, hake, etc.)

Dessert: Fruit (not tropical) natural or boiled (stewed) or Japanese tea.

Dinner
First: Cream plant (or soup, as you’ve taken at noon) cream of pumpkin, leek, zucchini, carrots …

Seconds: sauteed soy, vegetables sautéed, escalope de seitan (seitan is wheat protein boiled with kombu seaweed and soy sauce, and mixed in such a way that looks like a breaded steak. Its texture and flavor reminiscent of beef. It very low in calories and provides energy for the body). Seaweed boiled or fried (hiziki, wakame, arame, etc), coleslaw, corn salad, vegetables, and bean sprouts etc. All these dishes admit thousand combinations, so that your menu can be varied and appetizing.

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