Our expert says:
The diet listed above is reasonable except that it contains far too much protein - just for lunch and supper you will ingest 300g of protein-rich food! Then where are you going to obtain your calcium from?? There is no milk or yoghurt or cottage cheese mentioned? Adults need at least 1000 mg of calcium a day - did they mention a calcium supplement? If not then I think you should take Calcium Sandox or Caltrate at least every second day while you are on the diet. Seeing that the carbohydrates in this diet are mostly low-GI, you can exchange the brown rice for pasta made with Durum wheat, but not add 2 minute noodels. You can also exchange the steak for grilled fish.
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