Everything You Need to Know About the Dissociated Diet!

With the dissociated diet you can consume the foods that you like the most, as long as they all belong to the same group. It is easy to follow and, in addition, you will never have to go hungry. The dissociated diet has become very popular.

“Unlike others, it does not consist in reducing the food portions, but in knowing the food groups and keeping in mind how to make a good combination of them”.

In this way you lose weight more easily. The objective is to know how to eat, dividing the meals into groups and making a good dosage. Let’s learn a little more about what it is. The first thing is to know the foods that belong to each group.

  • Carbohydrates: rice, cereals, corn, bread, pasta, lentils, beans, soybeans and other cereals.
  • Fats: nuts (hazelnuts, peanuts, nuts), sunflower oil, pasta, olive oil, dates, etc.
  • Vitamins: apple, orange, grape, melon, peach, kiwi, pineapple and raspberries.
  • Proteins: meats, cheeses, milk and egg.
  • Vegetables: cruciferous, asparagus, aubergines, peppers, cucumber, onion, carrot, tomatoes, zucchini, garlic…

How Many Meals Do You have to Make During the Day?

To begin the dissociated diet, keep in mind that five meals are distributed during the day: breakfast, lunch, lunch, snack and dinner.

  • At breakfast, it is best to consume fruits or carbohydrates such as cereals.
  • Carbohydrates should not be consumed at dinner. This is because during the day we do more activities and burn more calories, unlike at night.
  • At night we can consume proteins, because while we sleep the body slows down the metabolism and that is when we need less energy.
  • Healthy fats are best eaten during lunch or at snack times.

 Aspects that you Should Keep in Mind

  • Do not mix carbohydrates and proteins. This is because the stomach requires a different pH to perform the digestion of each of them.
  • Do not combine acid and sweet fruits, because gastric needs are different. Acidic fruits should be taken 30 minutes before sweets. It is recommended to consume the acid in the morning and the sweet in the afternoon.
  • Avoid combining sweet fruits with protein. Sweet fruits have an easy digestion while proteins do not.
  • The sugars are retained in a hot and humid environment which produces fermentation and, as a consequence, causes swelling and slow digestion.
  • Try not to combine salty and bitter vegetables with very sweet fruits.

Advantages of the Dissociated Diet

  • It is low cost: no other ingredient or additional supplement is added to the foods you normally eat.
  • This is an easy diet to maintain. Do not limit yourself or go hungry, you can eat practically everything that you consume on a regular basis.
  • You are not counting calories, or amounts, or the rations you eat.
  • It has easy digestion.

Food Plan Per Week According to the Dissociated Diet

Next, we will explain more in detail a menu of foods that you can eat if you decide to follow this diet.

Monday

  • Breakfast: fruits and yogurt.
  • Mid morning: an apple.
  • Lunch: spinach with rice and salad (do not carry vinegar).
  • Afternoon: a pear.
  • Dinner: a cup of chickpeas and a bit of cottage cheese.

Tuesday

  • Breakfast: a fruit, bread and ½ cup of cottage cheese (115 g) with a spoonful of honey or marmalade (25 g).
  • Mid-morning: a glass of grapefruit or other citrus juice (200 ml).
  • Lunch: lentils with chard (without potatoes or meat).
  • Afternoon: an apple.
  • Dinner: full salad with cream cheese or American with strawberries.

Wednesday

  • Breakfast: infusion or apple juice accompanied by toast with tomato and cottage cheese (or other type of cheese).
  • Mid morning: an apple.
  • Lunch: pasta with oil and oregano.
  • Afternoon: a fruit.
  • Dinner: a plate of roasted vegetables (eggplant, pepper, onion, tomato or zucchini).

Thursday

  • Breakfast: fruit with yogurt.
  • Mid morning: 2 kiwis and cottage cheese.
  • Lunch: a grilled tuna steak and an apple.
  • Afternoon: a banana.
  • Dinner: potatoes with scrambled vegetables.

Friday

  • Breakfast: soy milk or oatmeal with muesli type cereals, together with a glass of grapefruit or other citrus juice (200 ml).
  • Mid morning: a cup of strawberries (150 g).
  • Lunch: scrambled eggs with mushrooms and rice.
  • Afternoon: skim yogurt with 2 dried figs or plums.
  • Dinner: roasted seasonal vegetables and a boiled egg.

Saturday

  • Breakfast: a fruit, bread and ½ cup of cottage cheese (115 g) with a spoonful of honey or marmalade (25 g).
  • Half morning: a glass (200 ml) of juice of a citrus fruit of your choice, or a serving of acid fruits (70 g).
  • Lunch: green salad and a sautéed vegetable with potato.
  • Afternoon: ration of grapes or pineapple.
  • Dinner: an omelette with garlic and artichokes.

Sunday

  • Breakfast: a yogurt with muesli and pieces of apple.
  • Mid morning: 2 kiwis
  • Lunch: a plate of vegetable broth accompanied by a boiled vegetable.
  • Afternoon: a yogurt.
  • Dinner: a chicken fillet with green salad.

This is a weekly orientative menu. You can choose the foods of each group to your liking. You will see that the dissociated diet is easy to carry and varied. But you should also do some exercise.

 

 

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