90-Day Diet: Starch day

foods for Starch Days

90-Day Diet: Starch day

Breakfast on Starch day

Breakfast on Starch day: The breakfast is identical each day excluding the water days. It must consist of one type of fruit OR neutral foods (without any spices or supplements). It is allowed to add a spoon of honey to your morning coffee or tea. If you are hungry you may have more than one breakfast a day, but you must allow at least two hours between the meals. It is not recommended to mix different types of fruits or veggies at breakfast, i.e. one type of fruit or vegetable counts as one meal, including the fruit or vegetable juice consumption. Do not limit your food choice: it is good to have a variety of foods every day.

Some fruits, apples for instance, irritate the stomach especially when eaten as a first meal for the day. We advise you to try different fruit or vegetable, if you experience such symptoms.

Starch day

Lunch on Starch day: Carbohydrates rich on starch, such as beans, peas, soya, lentils, rice, chickpeas, potatoes, okra, buckwheat, barley, millet, cereals, should be consumed. Unlike on protein days, a combination of several products (for example rice, peas, corn etc.) is recommended during the starch days. You may add a slice of bread to the lunch (whole grain bread is recommended) as well as a large salad with fresh herbs and some olive oil (without any other dressing). The salad should contain neutral foods only. Try to eat a variety of foods by consuming different products during the different days. Check the list of the example foods, that can be consumed on starch days.

Allow at least 3 hours between lunch and dinner.

Dinner on Starch day: Consume the same food type you had for lunch, but reduce the amount by half and skip the   bread. Check the list of the example foods, that can be consumed on starch days.

1st day: Protein day
2nd day: Starch day
3rd day: Carbs day
4th day: Vitamin day
29th day: Water day