The fundamentals of Arthur De Vany's Diet
The fundamentals of Arthur De Vany's diet are: get rid of carbs and packaged foods, and eat lean meat and at least two vegetable meals. - Cook by color and texture so that meals look beautiful. If you're busy, it's OK to skip meals. You don't have to have three meals a day. Snacks on nuts or celery. Drink plenty of water. Also drink tea, coffee and a little wine.
CARBS:Avoid bread, muffins, bagels, pasta, rice, potatoes, cereals, vegetable oils, beans and anything in a package -- empty, high-calorie foods with a high carbohydrate content.
FLAVOR:To add flavor to your food, De Vany recommends you use fresh ingredients like basil, garlic, parsley, rosemary, spring onions, avocados and nuts, and use various oils, such as olive oil.
FRUITS: De Vany says his focus is on melon and red grapes. Fruit juice is out. He has one or two fruits with most breakfasts, and then a piece with other meals every now and then.
VEGETABLES: Eat lots of fresh raw, steamed, sauteed or grilled vegetables. Never frozen, canned or packaged vegetables.
PROTEIN: Eat plenty of meat, such as ribs, steak, bacon, pork loin, turkey and chicken. Seafood, and eggs are good options too.