Diet for Working Women

August 18, 2011

Dieting

Diet for Working Women

If you are from those women who are constantly busy with business or personal commitments, or you are a workaholic, you may happen to forget to take care of your body. When it comes to work you are quite organized. However, as it comes to food it is just the opposite. As a result, you usually skip having breakfast in the morning and tend to eat on the run or even while you are working. Moreover, you do not pay attention what and how much you eat. At the evenings you are catching up with food and you even overeat. Some of you may only get one meal due to their brisk schedule.  Stress also becomes an issue, because there never seems to be enough time in the day for a devoted workaholic.

Diet for Working Women

Diet for Working Women

Apparently, the most appropriate strategy for you is to reduce the amount of food for dinner. You will sleep better and get rid of excess weight. Green salads without dressing, but together with some meat will be good for your tone. For the rest of the day you can replace crackers, sweets and other similar snacks with raw nuts, fruits and vegetables. Do not miss the protein – meat, fish, milk and eggs must attend necessarily in your diet.

Here we can offer a menu which can help you significantly because not only does it provide a fit body, but also helps you to get ready to face all work environment challenges:

Diet suggestions for breakfast:

- 30 g peeled and roasted unsalted sunflower seeds, about 50 g oat flakes without sugar but with 150 ml skimmed milk.

- Mango sheikh, 2 kiwis and a glass of milk, you can have also a little wholemeal croissant with no stuffing.

- 2 eggs, a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice or a glass of mandarin juice, 1 small slice of rye bread.

- 2 grain cookies (rice or corn) with a cup of yoghurt, a small green apple.

- Pancakes with oat flakes, served with cheese (with low butter content) or fruit of your choice plus a glass of skimmed milk.

Diet suggestions for lunch:

- 150g grilled fish, garnished with about 150-200 g steamed vegetables of your choice (but without rice and potatoes).

- Roasted chicken steak (120 g) with a green salad without dressing.

- 150 g pork chops with bitter-honey sauce, salad of your choice, but with a little sauce.

- Turkey meat (130 grams) cooked as you wish and served with some roasted potatoes and fresh vegetables.

- 150g veal with mushrooms, salad.

Diet suggestions for dinner:

- Green salad with tuna, but without sauce.

- Caesar salad with chicken.

- Salad with broccoli.

- Vitamin salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, peas and 2 eggs.

- Salad of sprouts.

Choose diet foods carefully - just because the label says “diet” doesn’t mean it’s good for you.

Diet for Working Women


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