Today we have prepared for you a weekly menu with separate meals for weight loss.
Principles of approach
The basic principles of nutrition are based on the following aspects:
- The division of the number of meals at the maximum.
- Only one type of nutrient is used per meal.
- Not mixing products with a combined nutrient composition.
- Complete rejection of harmful junk food.
- The ability, with rare exceptions, to combine different types of nutrients, if they are subjected to the same fermentation.
- A large amount of fiber to regulate the processes of digestion in the gastrointestinal tract.
- Maximum unloading of the digestive tract.
With the table, it is easy to make a daily and weekly diet plan. But we can not forget the other nuances of separate power. For example, the main meal is in the afternoon, and in the morning – a minimum of food. Portions should be small. Fruits or nuts are suitable for snacking.
It is preferable to start the day with juicy fresh fruits (not more than three types). They are easily and quickly absorbed, taste good, charge the necessary energy for work. Canned or dried fruits do not fit and do not bring benefits. Valid cereal from any cereals, tea without sugar. Rice, buckwheat, millet, oatmeal alternate during the week.
Vegetable salad or soup, protein (fish, poultry, lean meat). Another option: a salad with a starchy product (potatoes, pasta).
Cottage cheese with steamed vegetables. Baked vegetables with cheese. Or fresh vegetable salad with any meat dish (omelette).
Menu for the week (table)
Editor’s note. This menu is based on 2 g of protein consumed based on a caloric value of 3000 per day. It is for informational purposes only and does not imply use in real conditions. This menu can be adhered to, however, individual adjustment of the body to real needs is welcome. We offer fairly simple recipes for every day that will suit even bachelors who are not familiar with the stove and who do not know how to cook complex dishes.
Below is a detailed menu of separate meals for weight loss for a week in the form of a table.
You can download and print the menu for the week as a table by reference.
Compliance with the menu with proper planning, allows for the day to get:
- Necessary to the body rate of complex carbohydrates.
- Enough fast and slow protein.
- Sponsor metabolism with plenty of fructose.
- Get the rate of minerals and vitamins for normal functioning.
At the exit, we get almost the right separate nutrition. Of course, such a plan does not abound in diversity. However, using the table of load indices, glycemia, and compatibility, you can easily adjust the menu at your discretion and under your caloric content. With the proper formulation of the question of what people eat with what, and how diets influence weight loss, one can give an unequivocal answer – it all depends solely on the overall caloric intake, and not as a combination of foods. The body will still receive the required dose of calories and nutrients.
If you plan to make changes to the menu, do not forget to use the product compatibility table.
So, if we consider the separation of food as a new kind of plan, allowing to reach new heights in dietetics and the assimilation of certain nutrients, then with some amendments it has the right to exist. If we consider it as a specific diet, then we can say unequivocal – no. Remember that any change in nutritional planning should be based on basic principles. And if you see a diet that contradicts them, you can safely close the page and not stick to it.
Is there a place to be split meals in professional sports? YES! But only in professional sports. In other cases – it is an unjustified waste of its own resources, including monetary.
In crossfit, split meals are used exclusively to maintain the correct level of metabolism. And as a rule, these athletes eat strictly by the hour, at least 6-8 times a day. And most importantly, any errors in their diet can slightly adjust the dope, in
For crossfit athletes, separate feeding is altogether unacceptable, since their metabolic processes are shifted towards enhanced synthesis of new glycogen, which requires constant feeding with carbohydrates in each meal.