Lose weight without starving? It's really easy! The new diet trend is called forking and is supposed to help you get and stay slim!
Forking, what is it?
The "diet" forking refers primarily to meals in the evening. The rule here is that only those things may be eaten that can be eaten with a fork.
Anything that is eaten with the fingers, with a spoon or with a knife is forbidden - be it to smear or to cut.
However, the following are completely forbidden in the evening: Salty biscuits, chips, peanuts, cashews, almonds, ready-made fast food dishes, fatty meat or roast dishes, boiled egg, avocado, pies, sausage, quiche, humus, ketchup, mustard, any cheese, milk and curd cheese, as well as fresh or dried fruits, cakes, chocolate, sweets, compotes, ice cream, desserts, corn flakes, bread, sauces, butter and margarine.
Raw vegetables and salads, raw beef, white meat cut into pieces, cleaned and prepared seafood, eggs in the form of fried, scrambled or poached eggs, vegetables, pulses (lentils, peas, dry beans), cereals (pasta, rice, semolina) are permitted, Wheat).
Why do you lose weight by forking?
1. Forking excludes fat and quick sugars in the evening meal, as this is the time when the organism attaches them most easily.
2. Forking also reduces the amount of food consumed: the limitation
The amount consumed with each fork leads to a reduction in servings and thus helps the body and mind to get used to eating less in the evening. And that you automatically eat more slowly seems to be a small but extremely important side effect.
3. Since there are no bans throughout the day except in the evening, frustrations and the associated hunger attacks, as well as the notorious yo-yo effect as a result, can be avoided.