- It is now fashionable to believe that the problem of strong cravings for sweets (and food addiction) is primarily a psychological problem. But over eight years of working with weight loss patients, I realized that 90% of cases are just physiology. If you work through the reasons described in my book "I don't like sweets", then you will no longer have problems with food addiction. They will be resolved.
Spelled porridge with coconut milk
Crushed spelled groats - 100 g
Coconut milk - 150 ml
Almond flakes - a handful
Natural coconut shavings - a handful
Cook spelled in salted water for 20 minutes, conveniently in a multicooker. Heat coconut milk in a water bath until it becomes smooth. Add coconut milk to the porridge and cook for another 3-5 minutes. Porridge is best served with coconut and almond flakes.
Chicken liver - 200 g
Cherry tomatoes - 200 g
Red onion -1pc
Saffron - a small pinch
Extra virgin olive oil - 3 tbsp. l.
Rinse the chicken liver. Soak in milk for 20-30 minutes. Rinse again. Cut the liver into halves. Simmer in a heavy-bottomed pan for 7-10 minutes, add saffron and basil. Cut the red onion into half rings, sprinkle with lemon juice, leave for 15 minutes, sprinkle with sea salt. Cut the cherry tomatoes into halves. Place lettuce, liver, cherry tomatoes and onion rings on top, drizzle with olive oil.
Walnut - 30 g
Warm seafood salad
Seafood cocktail - 100 g
Asparagus or green beans - 60 g
Spices - to taste
Boil a seafood cocktail for 2-3 minutes, rinse and dry. Asparagus, or green beans, hold 60 g in boiling water, drain and dry. Add olives, basil, pepper, salt (all to taste) and season with olive oil.