The Danish diet is a low-calorie diet, but people who want to follow this diet need the doctor’s consent before proceeding. It should be noted that the results vary from person to person – depending on how each body reacts to different foods.
The Danish diet is a good start for a major change in lifestyle and nutrition. As a support we recommend sports and outdoor walks.
The 13-day diet program:
Day 1: Drink a cup of coffee sweetened with a sugar cube for breakfast. For lunch, consume two boiled eggs with 380 grams of spinach and one tomato. Dinner will consist of 200 grams of beef steak and a fresh green salad dressed with olive oil and lemon juice.
Day 2. The same cup of coffee as in day 1 is sweetened with a sugar cube. Lunch will consist of 250 grams of ham and a low-fat yogurt (preferably without artificial additives). Dinner will have the same menu as the previous day.
Day 3. Morning: along with the usual cup of coffee you’ll have a slice of toasted bread too. The afternoon meal will consist of two boiled eggs, a slice of ham and a fresh green salad. You’ll have one well-cooked celery, one tomato and an apple for dinner.
Day 4. Breakfast will be the same as the previous day, a cup of coffee and a slice of toasted bread. For lunch, 200 ml of orange juice and a natural yogurt. In the evening, a boiled egg, a grated carrot and 250 grams of cow cheese.
Day 5. A large grated carrot will be served for breakfast. At noon eat 200 grams of cod (can be replaced with trout or turban) with lemon juice and a teaspoon of fresh butter. For dinner you’ll have 200 grams of roast beef and one grated celery.
Day 6. You’ll have a cup of coffee and a slice of toast for breakfast. For lunch, you’ll have two boiled eggs and a grated carrot. For dinner, a chicken steak and a salad.
Day 7. For breakfast you’ll have a cup of coffee (no sugar) and nothing for lunch (but drink plenty of water). For dinner you’ll have 200 grams of lamb/rabbit chops and an apple.
Day 8. In the morning, a cup of coffee with 1 sugar cube. At lunchtime, two hard- boiled eggs, 380 g of spinach and a tomato.
For dinner, 200 g of lemon juice-garnished beef steak and a green salad dressed with olive oil.
Day 9. Morning: Coffee + 1 sugar cube. For lunch, 250 grams of ham and 1 natural yogurt.
In the evening: 200 gr of lemon juice-garnished beef steak and green salad dressed with olive oil.
Day 10. Morning: Coffee + 1 sugar cube + 1 slice of toast. Lunch: 2 hard-boiled eggs + 1 slice of ham + green lettuce. In the evening: 1 boiled celery + 1 tomato + 1 fruit (your choice).
Day 11. Breakfast: Coffee + 1 sugar cube + 1 slice of toast. Lunch: 200 ml fruit juice + 1 yogurt. Dinner: 1 hard-boiled egg + 1 grated carrot + 250 g of fruit (your choice).
Day 12. Breakfast: 1 large grated carrot + lemon. For lunch: 200 gr of boiled cod (can be replaced with trout or turban) dressed with lemon. In the evening: 200 g of beef steak with garnished with butter and a grated celery.
Day 13. Breakfast: A cup of coffee with a sugar cube and a slice of toast. Lunch: 2 hard-boiled eggs + one grated carrot. Dinner: 1/2 boiled chicken + green salad dressed with oil and lemon juice.
For best results, we recommend fresh lettuce, natural yogurt without additives. The coffee should not be replaced with tea and one single sugar cube should be added in the coffee, as stated – no more or less. According to experts, the hunger can be fooled by a high water consumption, over two liters a day.