Suzy Wengel, author of "The Scandi Sense Diet", has designed a healthy and beneficial dietary plan which has stormed over Scandinavia like wildfire and has been dubbed as the worlds easiest and most simple diet.
The Scandi Sense Diet
Suzy Wengel, CEO of a biotech company and professional dietitian, created the Scandi Sense Diet after struggling for years with her own weight and has managed to lose 38 kilograms in a matter of 10 months and continues to maintain her body and current weight. With the ever-growing popularity of her diet, countless followers have adopted the worlds simplest diet and continue to follow and work around her book which has seen its recent release in the U.K.
Suzy spoke about how hard everything was for her before her weight loss. Constant fatigue, heart problems as well as allergies plagued her everyday life before qualifying as a dietitian and spending the time to research nutrition and seek a better and healthier lifestyle. Her diet teaches how easy it is to cut down on calories and excess eating by including protein, carbs, and vegetables, measured by the palm of your hand into every meal you eat.
How Does It Work?
"You can eat up to four handfuls of food for each meal, and if they are properly balanced you will easily feel full," says Suzy. Every meal will consist of four handfuls of food. The first and second handful will be vegetables and salad, which will contain the necessary carbohydrates you will need. While you may choose two handfuls of any vegetable, only one is enough if needed.
The third handful will consist of your protein intake. Anything from meat, fish, eggs, and even low-fat cheese will suffice. Suzy also says that protein is a must with at least two of the three meals per day and that for those with a consistent exercise routine, protein is preferred with all three meals. The fourth handful is the carbs you will need such as bread, pasta, rice or potatoes. For those avoiding bread or any of the other carb-fueled foods, extra vegetables can be used as a replacement.
Suzy Wengel says that although nothing is forbidden in the Scandi Sense diet, everything else should be taken in controlled and limited quantities.