CKD diet – Some practical tips

1. Introduction

The CKD diet has been written so much that all attempts to analyze it would be unnecessary duplication. In posts, e.g. CKD. Facts not myths Qaz can find all the information on how to calculate caloric demand, how to lay out ingredients and how to build a menu. Nevertheless, arranging a fairly adequate diet can be a tedious and demanding operation in the field of dietetics. That is why, unfortunately, independent attempts too often end in a disgusting, unhealthy and devastating diet. As I’m on the CKD for the second time, I decided to introduce to the students some examples of menus. I note that they are not ready, but only an example of what ingredients to use, how to compose ingredients and, finally, what to eat, to enjoy life on a diet. 

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2. What we need for a diet 

– kitchen scale (I know from experience that we play like to seem bigger than they are in reality) 

– weight to measure the body (I have a fat and body water meter) 

– centimeter 

The very weight of our body can be illusory. Remember that if we train, our muscle tissue can develop, and therefore the weight will increase. A centimeter or bodyfat meter best informs you about your diet progress 

 

3. Do not forget about training !!! 

Listen to the practitioners. These are no myths or folk wisdom that you must practice properly! If you do not rinse your muscles from glycogen on Monday, ketosis will NOT BE and your results will be milder. 

 

4. Believer’s reservations 

– In connection with the above, I would like to point out that the post below is only a modest supplement to what Caz wrote about CKD in CKD. Facts are not myths by Qaz and Ellis in Ketoza. Facts and myths. In no case can one use the CKD without taking the wisdom from this cortex. 

– I think that sin is so inscribed in our existence that it is impossible to do without it. From here you can find in the diet things that should never be there. You are wiser for my experiences and give me back the sausage! Stir with canned fish, greasy dinners, a glass of wine and blue cheese. I am addicted to culinary pleasures. For you it may still be a rescue. Therefore, in the last meal, eat almost the same protein! 

– I do not put menus on the days of loading, because I just enriched my menu with rice, pasta, a piece of fruit, oatmeal with honey for breakfast and small pleasures. Charging is not just refilling coal. It is also a pardon of the psyche tired of sacrifices. It’s a time when you can indulge yourself a bit, so you can rate what you miss. 

And after these reservations, I am pleased to present to everyone a small focus on how 77-kilo has lived with an activity rate of 1.2 per CKD. The following menus are supplemented with information on how to mix samba with a bit, so that it would be quite tasty. 

To work! 

 

Breakfasts 

The basis of my breakfasts has become lean curd as an inexpensive and very good source of protein. Curd cheese with a little milk or cream can be mixed with various ingredients to create quite exotic, but often tasty combinations 

1. Mix the curd with tuna adding soy sauce and green onion. If it is too hard, add a few drops of milk to obtain a decent consistency. 

2. We can also mix curd with properly prepared chicken meat, marinate in a Chinese way with a little vodka or rice wine, soy sauce, plum sauce and chili sauce. Then fry it in shallow oil along with a green onion. We add it to the cheese and bless it. 

3. To the cheese are perfectly suitable for any leftovers from dinner, and certainly shreds of roast turkey, chicken, or any meat 

4. Mackerel is also good here! 

In other words Use your imagination! 

Eggs have the advantage that you do not need to explain how to cook them. You can even throw your own garlic grandmother into scrambled eggs! In other words, make your own balls! 

Sausage – it is rather a forbidden good, unless it is from a reliable source. If so, then you have room to show off. I recommend the sausage cut along the tether and cut. Fry it in the grill pan, and put a solid slice of yellow cheese on top. A completely different thing is a sausage in the Chinese way 

The sausage prepared as above is marinated in the following marinade 

– a tablespoon of vodka or rice wine, 2 tablespoons of light soy sauce, a spoon of oyster sauce, a teaspoon of chilli sauce, a spoon of sweet soy sauce (or dark with sugar). In the morning, pour sausages into the pan and fry. At the end, add a chopped onion and pour the remainder of the marinade. And git. 

You can also fry the sausage with onion, but it will surely keep you on your stomach for the rest of your life. 

 

Dinners 

Orgy of the imagination! Fish, all kinds of meat (if you’re thin)! For this low-glycemic vegetables, broccoli, green beans, cauliflower, onion. You can go wild. Nevertheless, the chicken and its proud chest are the most important here. You can, for example, break it into a large schnitzel, season it and then fry it in a yellow cheese quilt or blue cheese and serve it with broccoli and olive oil. You can also cut into thin strips, marinate in a sweet and sour sauce and fry with cauliflower, soybean sprouts, onion and sunflower seeds. 

You can also roast a whole chicken in honey, ginger garlic marinade (with the addition of oil and soy sauce naturally). 

I also recommend grilling pork in a sweet and spicy sauce. I recommend a tomato soup on a broth with shank and brisket. All this is for people, if only it is in our caloric balance 

 

Dinners 

We do not go crazy here. The protein reigns. So a protein supplement, be a protein cocktail with white cheese, flavoring and a little bit of milk. We are left with tuna, possibly fried hake in some light sauce. And thinking only about losing weight, we lay down to sleep. 

Supper is usually the time when we are most likely to sin. After all, good blue cheese or a glass of wine will not kill us. From time to time, a good marinated herring will also not hurt us (if not too often). 

Here are examples of menus. Unfortunately, in the sinful version, so correct them according to the guidelines listed at the beginning. Therefore, I wish you a nice diet and of course the effects!

 

Option 1 (kcal – 1712, B – 168, T – 104, W – 30) 

Breakfast 1 

Eggs – 150g, butter – 10g, onion – 3g, sausage – 70g 

Breakfast 2 

Cottage cheese – 100g, tuna – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g, olive – 10g 

Breakfast 3 

Bran-5g, curd-100g, turkey leg meat – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g, olive – 10g 

Dinner 

Chicken breast – 200g, olive – 10g, sunflower – 10g, broccoli – 120g, onion – 3g, butter, 10 

Supper 

Mintaj – 100g, broccoli – 120g, onion – 3g, olive – 10g, 

 

Option 2 (kcal – 1750, B – 159, T – 102, W – 34) 

Breakfast 1 

Tuna – 130g, Tomato – 100g 

Breakfast 2 

Cottage cheese – 100g, tuna – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g 

Breakfast 3 

Bran-5g, curd-100g, turkey leg meat – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g 

Dinner 

Chicken breast – 200g, spinach- 00g, garlic-5g, cream 18% -10g, oil-10g, sprouts – 10g 

Supper 

Cheese – 80g, wine – 100g 

 

Option 3 (kcal – 1724, B – 175, T – 100, W – 31) 

Breakfast 1 

Podałelska sausage – 200g, oil – 5g, onion – 5g 

Breakfast 2 

Cottage cheese – 100g, tuna – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g, olive – 5g 

Breakfast 3 

Bran-5g, curd-100g, turkey leg meat – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g, olive – 5g 

Dinner 

Chicken breast – 200g, corn – 50g, onion – 50g, broth in cubes – 10g, eggs – 100g 

Supper 

Herring in tomatoes – 100g 

 

Option 4 (kcal – 1742, B – 153, T – 116, W – 22) 

Breakfast 1 

Podałelska sausage – 200g, oil – 5g, onion – 5g 

Breakfast 2 

Cottage cheese – 100g, tuna – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g, olive – 5g 

Breakfast 3 

Bran-5g, curd-100g, turkey leg meat – 65g, milk – 5g, onion – 3g, olive – 5g 

Dinner 

Pork – 200g, carrot – 20g, leek – 10g, onion – 50g, mushroom – 50g, sauce 

Supper 

tuna – 130g 

 

Option 5 

Breakfast 1 

Cottage cheese – 100g, milk 0.5 – 50g, protein supplement – 20g, honey – 5g 

Breakfast 2 

Brie cheese – 100g 

Breakfast 3 

Brie cheese – 100g 

Dinner 

Chicken breast – 100g, oil-10g, broccoli- 20g, soybean sprouts-10g, onion-10g, sunflower – 10g 

Supper 

Tuna in water – 100g, onion – 3g 

Dinner 2 

Protein supplement – 20g 

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You can read also: “Dąbrowska” diet

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