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Egg Diet: Less Weight The Express Way

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Eggs are one of the foods classified as ‘super-foods’. It can be cooked in any menu, and is universal; suitable for any culture and lifestyle. According to a study by the Rochester Center for Obesity Research in Michigan, USA, consuming hard-boiled eggs for breakfast can control an individual’s daily calorie intake. 

14-Days Diet

Only eat hard-boiled eggs in their daily menu, 3 times a day, which is every meal. This regime is practiced for two weeks, without taking any snacks or high-calorie drinks.

Mono Diet

Only eat boiled eggs and water in their daily menu for 2 weeks. Many prefer to choose this regime to achieve an ideal weight in a short period of time.

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Nowadays, one of the popular trends in diet is the ‘boiled egg diet’, which is said to be very effective in losing weight in a short period of time. There are several types of ‘boiled egg diet’ that can be found, but the most commonly practiced are the ’14 Day Diet’ and the ‘Mono Diet’.

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Practitioners of the ’14-day diet’ only eat hard-boiled eggs in their daily menu, 3 times a day, which is every meal. This regime is practiced for two weeks, without taking any snacks or high-calorie drinks. However this regime allows other side food ingredients such as low carb vegetables or chicken and fish to be included in the meal to add protein.

Practitioners of the ‘Mono Diet’ only eat boiled eggs and water in their daily menu for 2 weeks. Yes, ONLY BOILED EGGS. Many prefer to choose this regime to achieve an ideal weight in a short period of time. True, according to the logic of common sense, taking just one type of ‘superfood’ for two weeks certainly promises a very impressive effect. However, science and health are not something that can be measured only by the logic of reason and feelings.

This 'Mono Diet' is actually not only bad for the health of the body, but can also invite danger due to:

01.

Malnutrition

The body does not have enough balanced nutrition to produce energy to do various other daily tasks.

02.

Yo-Yo Effect

Weight that drops suddenly can also rise again suddenly.

03.

Increased Cholesterol

The amount of cholesterol in chicken eggs is not as high as other foods. HOWEVER, if taken recklessly in large amounts without the help of other balanced food ingredients, the risk for a sudden rise in cholesterol is even higher. 

04.

Allergic Effects

Nutritional imbalance makes the body less able to fight allergic reactions such as rashes, nausea, itching and digestive problems.

05.

Psychology

Our brain is like a CPU. If the processing system is disturbed (yes, including the eating process), the whole body is at risk of ‘hanging’.

If you are still interested in practicing this ‘boiled egg diet’, don’t just eat eggs; also include other foods to avoid malnutrition. Drink a lot of plain water to compensate for the loss of water due to the lack of other nutrients. Also include light exercise for at least half an hour every morning, not just relying on diet alone. In addition, reduce or stop fast food, and always pay attention to the level of salt and sugar intake.

The best way to find out what diet regime is most suitable and best for us is through the advice of a doctor. Don’t just because of some testimonials from ‘friend to friend’ or someone, we continue to gather information from the internet and practice it. If there is any disturbance in the body system, no friend will be able to help you – unless that friend is a nutritionist.

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