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What is the Chrono Diet?

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Chrono diet is a special diet which - in addition to weight loss - is beneficial for anti-aging, improved health and optimal body shaping. Chrono diet is recommended for healthy weight loss, but also to maintain good health and normal body weight. This is achieved in a simple manner. Experiences with chrono nutrition are mostly positive.

The idea is to follow simple, practical steps, instead of complicated and confusing diet theory. We've been collecting experiences from people who have used the Chrono diet, so we know how exactly everything works.

Follow these easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner:

Chrono Breakfasts

Breakfast is the most important meal in chrono nutrition. You must combine a variety of foods. Eat breakfast no later than one hour after getting up from bed. If you get up really early you can have breakfast later, just reduce the quantity.

Breakfast in the period from 7 to 11 hours. It is possible to combine carbohydrates, fats and proteins in this mean. Consider these options for breakfast:

  • Eggs, bacon, lettuce (don't combine dairy products and eggs)
  • Cooked grains (barley, oats, rye), nuts, yogurt
  • Sandwiches (whole meal rolls, rye, buckwheat), cheese, dried meat, and salads

Chrono Lunches

For lunch the trick is to not combine proteins and carbohydrates, and avoid combining meat and potatoes or meat and bread, as most people normally do. Also avoid fried meat and anything fried in oil. Salads are always recommended.

With lunch we always recommend a glass of red wine.

Chrono Dinners

Dinner should be light, easily digestible meals. Avoid carbohydrates. In order to digest food and get good sleeps, make sure to eat dinner at least two hours before going to bed.

Generally for dinner we always recommended green vegetables. Try lettuce, swiss chard, broccoli, etc. Green vegetables can be combined with fish or egg whites or cheese. Dinner can also be skipped. Combine vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, kale and lots of salads.


Written by hrono ishrana of hronoishrana.weebly.com
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