Daily Diet Reference for Obesity
One serving of Super-green protein powder (from Henry’s Market)
Pine nuts (Henry’s or Costco)
Two spoons of non-fat yogurt (Mountain High)
Blend all together to make approximately 8- 12 oz.
- Two pieces of walnut-sized protein (fish, tofu or other organic protein)
- 1-1.5 lbs. of any fresh green vegetable (slightly cooked; either steamed or stirfried)
- Healthy grains: black rice, black beans and other kinds of dark-colored grains
Vegetable soup with protein (seafood, chicken, pork or tofu) with a healthy grain
Daily Tea Therapy:
- Chrysanthemum Flower, Hawthorn Fruit, Go Ji Berries and Green Tea
- Celery Juice: It is used in China to help lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, control weight and detoxify the body.
limited amounts, because there is a lot of much sugar in fruit—but do not eliminate. Fresh vegetable juice: including bitter melon, turnip, beets and a couple pieces of fresh ginger.
Soup for Weight Control and Cholesterol
- Five-flavor soup: a piece of seaweed (kelp), celery 50g, a tomato, 10 water chestnuts and half an onion (all chopped up). Cook all together in water until soft. Add salt, fresh ginger and spices. Serve.
- Seaweed and mung bean soup: seaweed (kelp) 40g mung bean 60g, spices and water. Cook together until beans are open and soft.
Salad for Detoxification and Obesity
Fresh seaweed (Kelp), celery 100g, all cut into pieces. Rinse with boiling water and drain.
Add salt, sesame oil, fresh ginger or any other spices you like. Serve.
- Walking, bicycling and any other kind of cardiovascular excise in moderation according to your body’s tolerance/capacity.
- Stretch daily in the morning when you wake up, and as much as possible during the day.
- Water aerobic exercise and other cardiovascular exercise in water.
- Fried and greasy food
- Too much spicy food
- Sweet food
- Too much raw and cold food
- Too much fruit juice (has a lot of sugar)
Types of grains that benefit you: (to promote well-being and longevity)
Black/dark rice, black beans, black sesame seeds, oatmeal, Chinese pearl barley, mille