Momwe mungachepetsere kudya pa "Fists Three"
Momwe mungachepetsere kudya pa "Fists Three"

If you are tired of constant monitoring of nutrition, from endless calorie counting or diets with poor nutrition, you will really like the “Three Fists” diet. After all, you can eat almost everything on it and not get better.

The essence of the diet is that each of your meals should consist of proteins, complex carbohydrates and zipatso in equal parts. Each part is the size of your fist. You should drink at least 2 liters of water daily and add regular workouts to the diet.

The whole diet takes place in 3 stages:

- kutsitsa – complex carbohydrates should be replaced with masamba, and snack only with protein foods;

- chothandizira-we replace vegetables with complex carbohydrates and snack no more than a couple of times a day with fruit or fruit plus protein;

- Chimaltenango – protein, complex carbohydrates and vegetables three times a day, among the permissible snacks – a sweet or a glass of vinyo.

Change the stages at your discretion as soon as you notice that the weight has stopped at one mark and the so-called plateau effect has occurred.

The sources of proteins on the “Three Fists” diet are nkhuku breasts, nsomba, nsomba, protein powder, tchizi cha koteji, mazira, masamba.

Sources of complex carbohydrates on the “Three Fists” diet are bulwheat, mpunga, mapira, nthambi, oatmeal, pasta from durum wheat and bread from coarse flour.

Allowed fruits on the “Three Fists” diet are apples, pears, plums, citrus fruits, yamatcheri, kiwis, strawberries.

During the diet, it is recommended to give up sweets, mowa and cigarettes.

The “Three Fists” diet can become the basis of your lifelong nutrition, since it contains the basic principles of proper nutrition. It is also possible not to lose weight and just maintain weight on it. If properly observed for a month, the “Three Fists” diet gives up to -10 kilograms.

Siyani Mumakonda