This Scandinavian Diet Is Considered To Be One Of The Simplest In The World

Losing weight is never easy I’m sure many of you ladies will agree, it requires serious motivation, discipline, exercise, and proper diet.

What if I told you there was one diet plan that doctors consider to be the most incredible, simple and easiest one that may stop you from yo-yo dieting forever?

Danish dietitian Suzy Wengel has an amazing and super effective plan so you girls are in luck, of course, your other half can benefit too.

Wengel’s “Scandinavian diet” is referred to as the simplest healthy eating plan in the world,  it doesn’t require you to count calories, calculate proportions of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, or measure your meal portions.

To follow the main principle is easy: every meal should consist of four handfuls of food.

You just need one handful of proteins, one handful of carb, two handfuls of vegetables, and 1 tsp of fat.

Wengel, who developed the diet on her own, explains, “If your diet isn’t healthy you can lose weight, but your health can get worse as well: your skin color and hair condition changes, and you have headaches.”After the birth of my second child, I gained weight and I couldn’t lose it for a long time. My weight was almost 220 lb (I agree, that’s a lot) and I tried dozens of diets to lose the extra pounds. The main problem was that three times I managed to lose 44-55 lb, but in a couple of months I gained back even more.”

I realized that strict diet plans provoke overeating, so I created my own diet. I lost almost 88 lb in 10 months. Today, my weight is 132 lb. It’s been like this for more than 6 years now.

On the left is a ‘beforephoto, my weight was 216 lb. On the right is how I look today at 134 lb.

By following this Scandinavian diet it is estimated that a person can lose up to two pounds in a week. You can search the Instagram hashtag #sensekost for over 45,000 images of healthy and tasty meals which makes it easy to follow. Take a look at a few of the sample menus of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners below.

* Vegetables (2 portions): several cherry tomatoes and green peas * Protein (1 portion): 2 eggs * Carbs (1 portion): 1 slice of bread * Fat (1 tsp.): butter spread on bread * 1 cup of coffee with milk

* Vegetables (2 portions): carrots, cucumbers, bell peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms * Protein (1 portion): pate, an egg, a slice of bacon * Carbs (1 portion): bread * Fat (1 tsp.): cheese

* Vegetables (2 portions): carrots, parsnips, asparagus * Protein (1 portion): meatloaf * Carbs (1 portion): a glass of wine * Fat (1 tsp): bearnaise sauce, oil used for frying vegetables

What do you think about this diet please Share with others if you will give it a try.

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