Victoria Beckham’s Diet

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Victoria Beckham has a really amazing figure because she adheres to two main principles: exercising and regular dieting. Many people find it difficult, but Victoria proves them wrong: not only she looks wonderful but also has time to raise 4 children and to be successful in many areas — from music to design.

 

HOW DOES SHE DO IT?

Victoria Beckham is 43 but has a body that many 25-years-old girls wish they had. To look like this, the singer tried a lot of diets. Many of them did more harm than good, but eventually, she found a few ways of getting in shape over as short a time as possible. After childbirth, the singer worked hard to look good—not only she did a lot of heavy exercising but also kept a rigid diet. The dietary regimes Beckham follows are rather radical though and will suit not every woman dreaming of losing weight. Consult a doctor before going on this diet to understand how effective and healthy this diet is for you.

 

“After childbirth, the singer worked hard to look good—not only she did a lot of heavy exercising but also kept a rigid diet”

 

ALKALINE DIET

The alkaline diet is regarded as one of the “best-performing” Victoria Beckham’s diets. Many people find it too hard though because it’s based on vegetarianism. But the former “Posh Spice” sees no difficulty in it—for many years, she has been married to David Beckham who happens to be a vegetarian. So, what is this diet about? Basically, while on this diet, you don’t eat products that increase the acidity in your body.

 

So, avoid the following foods:

  • Alcohol
  • Carbonated drinks
  • Sweets and salty foods
  • Coffee and tea
  • Meat and poultry
  • Grains etc.

In essence, it is a raw food diet. Just eat a lot of:

  1. Citrus fruit (lemon, grapefruit)
  2. Pears and apples
  3. Figs and dates
  4. Ginger root
  5. Tomato and beet
  6. Greens
  7. Onion and garlic
  8. Nuts
  9. Sesame seeds and other similar seeds
  10. Millet, brown rice etc.

This list of foods suggested by the alkaline diet is far from complete. A small amount of fish and seafood, as well as milk and eggs, can be included. This eating plan can have a side-effect your nervous system since it causes problems with absorption of thiamine (vitamin B1). Another reason to consider it dangerous is that it is yet to be fully studied by scientists.

 

A HEALTHY DIET

This dietary regime helps Victoria not only lose up to 8 kg in just a week but also to improve health, imparting a blooming look. A healthy diet is about sticking to 3 meals a day and drinking enough pure water (at least 2 liters).

 

This diet prohibits sweets, oil, and fats. Servings must be small. Beckham thinks that the food must be steamed for all the useful elements to be preserved

 

BREAKFAST DINNER  SUPPER
DAY 1 1 handful of wheat grains; 2 toasts; green tea; tea or water 1 medium-sized mango; boiled or baked fish (120 g); tea or water Boiled or baked fish (100–150 g); green leaf lettuce; green tea; tea or water
DAY 2 2 toasts; 1 small green apple; tea or water Low-calorie rice pudding; yogurt (200–250 ml, 1% fat) Boiled or baked fish (100–150 g); a cup of salad (carrot, greens, and white cabbage, no salad dressing); water
DAY 3  2 toasts; 1 medium-sized pear; tea or water  Steamed fish balls (from any low-fat fish); vegetable salad; tea or water Boiled or baked fish (100–150 g); green leaf lettuce; yogurt (200–250 ml, 1% fat)
DAY 4  1 slice of rye bread; 2 carrots (blend them, if you want); tea or coffee 1 fish fried in olive oil (no batter); green leaf lettuce; water  Boiled shrimps (100–120 g, any size); 1 cup of vegetable salad (1 cucumber + cabbage or 1 tomato + 1 cucumber, no dressing); yoghurt (200–250 ml, 1% fat)
DAY 5  2 toasts; 1 medium-sized mango; tea or water Low-calorie rice pudding; yogurt (200–250 ml 1% fat) Boiled, steamed, or baked fish (100–150 g); 1 cup of salad (carrot, greens, and white cabbage, no salad dressing); water
DAY 6 2 toasts, salad (100–140 g, 1 cucumber + cabbage or 1 tomato + 1 cucumber, no dressing); tea or water Boiled or baked fish (100–150 g); green leaf lettuce; tea or water Seafood (100–150 g), green leaf lettuce; yoghurt (200–250 ml, 1% fat)
DAY 7  1 handful of wheat grains; 2 toasts; green tea; tea or water Low-calorie rice pudding, yogurt (200–250 ml, 1% fat) Boiled, steamed, or baked fish (100–150 g); 1 cup of salad (carrot, greens, and white cabbage, no dressing); water

 

You sure can pick up some useful tips from the experience of Victoria Beckham—a true “diet explorer”. But remember that any change to your usual regime should be approved by a doctor that knows specifics of your organism. Even if you took up one of the above-mentioned diets you’d better consult a doctor to know what vitamins to take as a supplement.

 

“You sure can pick up some useful tips from the experience of Victoria Beckham—a true “diet explorer”. But remember that any change to your usual regime should be approved by a doctor that knows specifics of your organism”

 

 

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