Diet Features: Runesinger's Ancient European Diet

Duration
 
How long do you need to be on this diet for? Lifetime
 

Cost
 
What additional weekly costs are involved? Moderate
 

Special dietary needs
 
Is this diet particularly suited to people with special dietary needs? Kosher
Halal
 

Exercise level
 
What exercise recommendations are there? Moderate
 

Eating out
 
Is eating out an option? Challenging / Restricted
 

Coffee / Tea
 
Are caffeinated drinks permitted? Restricted
 

Alcohol
 
Is alcohol permitted? Free
 

Other Resources
 
What other resource are available? Books
Online
 

Preparing/Cooking Effort
 
What amount of effort is required? Moderate
 

Knowledge Required
 
What amount of nutritional knowledge is required? Minimal
 

Nutritional Supplements Recommended/Taken
 
Are any other nutritional supplements taken or recommended? Multivitamins
Minerals
Herbs
 

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Runesinger's top tips

1.The key in this diet is to vary your foods as much as possible. Don't be afraid to try new foods. Don't eat the same things week in and week out.
2.If you are trying to lose weight, eat more, smaller portions, and use reduced fat or non-fat varieties, and reduce carbohydrates.
3.In terms of calories, breakfast should be the largest meal of the day. You might have a wake-up breakfast and a second breakfast. It's important to have a small portion immediately when you wake up.
4.The evening meal should have the smallest calories.
5.Eat what is in season for better anti-oxidant and nutrition load - fruits, vegetables...and fish!