Shangri-La diet

>> Monday, December 1, 2008

What is the Shangri-La diet?

Shangri-La diet is a diet introduced by Zeth Roberts, a professor in the Psychology field. The results, based on a new understanding about how our bodies manage hunger. Seth Roberts believes that the taste of food affect the control of appetite, as an example of food that tastes good will make the appetite increases, vice versa. Initially, Zeth Roberts use his body as a laboratory experiment, initially tried to drink soft drink, which many feel is not normal to drink, try a flat raw food, fresh water to drink as much as 3-5 liters per day, all the favors he did not make sense anymore food The usual eaten every day so that the influence of the decrease in weight. However, Seth Roberts is still not satisfied with the result that food was found to have a sense that more nauseated from raw food.

Basic principles

Shangri-La diet principles Paste is a low-calorie foods that taste of the extreme before the main meal, so that a reduced appetite and body gain in the number of calories Feed no more.


Consumption of healthy oil (olive oil), 1-2 per tablespoon, 1 tablespoon contains 120 calories, while consumption before lunch and before dinner

Consumption of sugar consumption of sucrose or fruktosa as much as 75 grams (6 tablespoons) in 1 liter of water.


This diet does not have excess body torment us with food, such as reducing conventional diet, but more emphasized calorie reduction through the 'Taste breakdown' before the main food eaten.

That can make you fail

This research study is subjective, the results can vary, depending on the condition of each person applying this diet. Boredom to taste the food that is not good will to your taste before damaged partake of the main food you could not enjoy the foods you normally enjoy, patience key to this diet does not fail. Diet is very significant decrease in body weight, but feared that a decrease in body weight is muscle mass decrease the possibility of a decline, other than body fat.


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