The fast winter diet to reduce blood sugar and weight

The fast winter diet to reduce blood sugar and weight

Three studies conducted from 2017 to 2019 found that doing the fast diet – eating 500 calories two days a week and then eating a normal diet for the remaining 5 days – can reduce blood sugar and body weight in both humans and mice. In particular, a 2017 study on a sample of 100 people with high blood sugar found improvements in both blood sugar and body weight reduction after three months of fast diet.

In this article we see how to do a fast winter diet to reduce blood sugar and weight in 3 months, losing 7 kilos in total but also including holidays such as Christmas and New Year.


Rules. The fast winter diet includes 2 non-consecutive days at 500 calories per day, and the other days of a normal diet. In this article we will see how not to go wrong with the fast diet. A dietary day scheme and a normal day scheme. On holidays or on Sundays, you can replace the normal day with a free feeding day.

On non-holiday days, you should instead follow the normal day scheme that I propose on page two, for men and women, to be sure not to compensate the low-calorie days with too many calories.

In this way, the Winter Fast Diet can make you lose 7 kilos in total safety.


  • Breakfast.
    125 grams of low-fat white yogurt with a little stevia and cinnamon or 100 grams of skimmed white Greek yogurt + a rice cake or a Wasa Fit slice with a teaspoon of Hero Light jam or Melinda apple compote, coffee or tea with zero-calorie sweetener .
  • Lunch.
    A 200-gram serving of beet, chicory, escarole or spinach boiled and seasoned with lemon juice. Omelette of 100 grams of egg whites cooked in a non-stick pan with aromatic herbs and a teaspoon of rice flour, buckwheat flour or wholemeal flour or 90 grams of spring peas stewed with garlic or onion and parsley but without oil. Herbal tea with zero calorie sweetener.
  • Snack.
    100 grams of pear or blueberries.
  • Dinner.
    250 grams of Orogel light minestrone. Alternatively, 150 grams of cooked and blended champignon mushrooms in a cup (250 ml) of meat or vegetable broth with spices and herbs. 100 grams of pinto beans boiled with a teaspoon of tomato and chilli sauce or 100 grams of roasted turkey breast (we mean the salami) or 120 grams of baked cod with chopped spices and herbs. Herbal tea with zero calorie sweetener.

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