Doctor Migliaccio’s 1300 calorie diet

Doctor Migliaccio’s 1300 calorie diet

A 1300 calorie diet is perfect for those sedentary women who want to lose weight especially after the leaves.
In fact, after the age of forty, both men and women experience an increase in abdominal fat.

The situation, when later menopause is reached, is outlined in a picture of this type.

  1. An extra size right where it is not needed, right there in the waistband.
  2. The tendency to eat little and gain weight.
  3. Slowed digestion.

For all those who are over 40 and want a diet, today I propose this 1300 calorie diet from dr. Migliaccio, nutritionist and promulgator of the Mediterranean diet, recently passed away.

Dr. Migliaccio’s 1300 calorie diet is not too drastic and is intended as an anti-aging diet.

That is, it is a diet rich in antioxidants and micronutrients that can help us counteract the low blows that age inflicts on our metabolism.

Doctor Pietro Migliaccio was a dietician, nutritionist and president of the Italian Society of Food Science (SISA).

His 1300 calorie diet can of course also be found on the website of the Migliaccio study. 



  • I recommend, to those who prefer, to eat the fruit of dinner in the morning, to enrich breakfast.
  • As an alternative to the vegetable side dish, eat a 100 gram apple or pear or a kiwi or 150 grams of pineapple or a 150 gram orange or two small mandarins.
  • You can alternate lunch with dinner.

A glass of semi-skimmed milk, 200 ml, coffee to taste, a teaspoon of sugar, two rusks.

A plate of fresh or frozen fish g 130 or squid or prawns or cuttlefish 150 g net weight, with a side dish of vegetables of your choice in the desired quantity. A tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil.
60 gr. of normal bread or 70 gr. of wholemeal bread.

An apple or a pear or a kiwi or a peach or 2-3 plums or a 125 g low-fat yogurt also with fruit.

A portion of fish to taste, in any cooking except fried, with free vegetable accompaniment, and a tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil.
Instead of bread, you can eat 180 grams of fresh legumes such as peas or 180 grams of potatoes.
An apple or a pear or a kiwi or a small banana.

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