All these can be eaten separately

ImageAcrospired seeds
Energy and vitality
Germination increases the ferment activity, so the number of vitamins and minerals is increased too. Radish, wheat, barley, soy, rice… All these can be eaten separately, in various dishes, juices or sandwiches. You can buy all these in the market or grow in your garden.

Exotic flavouring
Immunity strengthening
Exotics is in fashion now. It’s good, because ginger, karri, caraway, paprika and cinnamon gives the special taste even to common dishes. Also they have the great antiseptic effect and strengthen immunity. Don’t forget, if you want to save all useful qualities of spices, keep them in dry and dark place.

Ginger combines with fried shrimps, karri with rice, anise combines with exotic dishes: Indian or Chinese. 

Milk cocktails
Antioxidants and calcium
Thick milk drinks with fruit filling have many vitamins and calcium. But choose free-fat milk and yoghurts. And don’t add sugar! Also you’d better to change caw milk to sheep, goat or soya-based milk. Cellulose contained in fruits and berries, lets to feel satiety without snacks.
Well, mix fruits, fruit juice and yoghurt in equal parts and add 3 ice-blocks. Have a nice taste!

Raw foodstuff
Fount of vitamins
Sure you know that there are more microelements and vitamins in raw foodstuff than in boiled. Pay attention to food quality! Fish and meat have to be very fresh and clean.

Generally it’s very useful to eat by one fruit and one vegetable every day; and unboiled meat and fish once a week.

Indian Diet is Vegetarian Diet

ImageSure Indian diet is vegetarian diet. Suffice it to see the traditional menu of Indian diet. It offers to eat definite products every day:

1) 2-3 fruits (raw or dried during a meal, and also before and after meal);
2) raw vegetables with sauce from natural yoghurt, cottage cheese, seaweeds with soy;
3) boiled vegetables, prepared in pressure cooker (all vitamins and minerals keep good), for dinner and supper. Don’t forget about soups – hot or cold;
4) cereal dishes;
5) three dairy produce: sour clotted milk, natural yoghurt, cottage cheese;
6) nuts (almonds, filbert, sunflower seeds, sesame).

Here is the model of one-day menu.

Breakfast: juice from fresh fruits or vegetables, tea (with piece of lemon or with milk, but sugar free), cereals with cup of non-fat milk.

Dinner: salad from cucumbers with yoghurt dressing and some seeds of sesame, plate of rice with lentil (tree parts rice for one part lentil) with boiled carrot or plate of cooked semolina with beans and vegetables, or the portion of cottage cheese and salad from fresh fruits.

Supper: salad from soy sprouts, tomatoes and mushrooms, plus vegetable baking pudding with piece of bread or two medium-timed eggs with spinach and toast, or soy stake with vegetable cutlet, and plus natural yoghurt and apple compote.