Protein is the most abundant nutrient in our bodies, making up 20% of our body weight. It's what we use to build and repair muscle tissue and provide energy for our cells.

Fast-acting protein diet

A high-protein diet can help you lose weight if that's what you want. But it may also have other benefits such as lowering your blood sugar levels and maybe even preventing heart disease.

The typical American diet provides about 45% of calories from protein, which is more than enough to meet requirements. 

The majority of Americans get more than half their calories from carbohydrates (bread, cereals, rice, pasta), with just 6% from fat.

Most people don't eat enough protein to meet their needs. Studies show that people who eat more protein tend to weigh less than those who don't eat enough protein or too much fat or carbohydrates.

This type of diet relies entirely on proteins from meat, dairy products, and green leafy vegetables only, and completely prevents the intake of starches, sugars, and fruits.

It is recommended to eat:

Two boiled eggs with a cup of tea without sugar for breakfast.

Chicken, meat, fish, and shrimp (one kind) with a green salad for lunch.

 Full-fat cheese (all kinds) for dinner.

It is recommended to drink more than 12 glasses of water per day.

Coffee, tea, or whole milk, twice a day at most.

Low-calorie substitute sugar can be used.

Eat green vegetables such as garlic, onions, quince, radish, watercress, green onions, American celery, coriander, and others.

Walk for half an hour daily.

Among the prohibitions in this type of diet are:

  •  Soft drinks and energy drinks.
  • Sugars of all kinds, such as honey, dates, and others.
  • Some types of fruits such as grapes and bananas, stay away from canned fruits of all kinds.
  • Avoid eating carbohydrates, such as rice, pasta, potatoes, and brown and white bread.
  •  Stay away from fast food.
  • Avoid eating nuts.
  • Be careful not to sleep immediately after eating.


You don't have to be a bodybuilder to benefit from this diet. Anyone that wants to build muscle mass can also enjoy a proteinaceous diet, as long as they follow all of the rules and don't over-indulge. 

What's more, people with quick metabolisms may find that their bodies have trouble digesting their protein sources, which can cause bloating and gas. 

The fast-acting protein diet could help them in this respect.

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