There is definitely no danger in reading about diets.
Please, please do not undertake any diet without discussing the pros and cons with a qualified health care professional. You can really harm yourself if you don’t take proper precautions. Don’t expect to lose pounds after pounds quickly and effortlessly.
If you keep these precautions in mind you are now ready to consider the Astro Diet.
The Astro Diet heavily depends on the astrological signs. It is destined for people who want to lose weight slowly. This diet divides people up into two groups, the Salties and the Sweeties. The Salties group consists of all those people who were born under the following signs: Aries, Gemini, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius, and Aquarius.
The Sweeties group includes the others; Taurus, Cancer, Virgo, Scorpio, Capricorn, and Pisces. The Astro Diet food guidelines are different for the two groups, and there is a food horoscope for each Zodiac sign.
The Salties should eat more fruits, legumes, starchy foods, and cereals. They are advised to avoid potato chips, peanuts and cold cuts. Their suggested foods include soy sauce, smoked salmon, and plain yogurt. The Sweeties can lose weight by eating foods whose sugar digests slowly.
They should not eat foods that are rich in glucides between meals. Carbonated drinks, fruit juice, ice cream, dry cookies, and jams are no-nos for them. On the plus side these lucky people are allowed bread, tomatoes, and wine. (While I sometimes enjoy sweet wine, I don’t know anybody who is a fan of salty wine.) As a Sagittarius I should reduce my consummation of animal protein, grease, heavy starches, and alcohol.
On the other hand, I am told to eat more vegetables, apples, and sushi and drink lots of green tea. I am counseled not to eat too much fat at dinner. Did I mention that outdoor sports are recommended for me and my co-Sagittari? After carefully considering these multiple restrictions I have absolutely no plans to follow the Astro diet, unless I can change my sign.
A major advantage of this diet is that it’s not strict. Some people might end up following it for life. On the other hand, a disadvantage for many people is the diet’s reliance on astrology, even more so if you are not a believer. The Astro Diet does not include any information with respect to calorie management nor suggestions for the weight loss rhythm.
And it is complicated for a family whose members were born under different astrological signs. Do you know any other kinds of families?
Here is a sample menu, one designed for Scorpions: For breakfast have a herb omelet, a slice of whole-grain bread and a yoghurt. The suggested Scorpion lunch consists of a couscous and raspberries. Supper is asparagus, a quiche Provencal, green salad, and half a cantaloupe.
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