South Beach Diet & Recipes

South Beach Diet & Recipes

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THE SOUTH BEACH DIET RECIPES AND TIPS
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3 Foods to Enjoy Phase I Beef: Lean cuts such as sirloin (including ground), tenderloin. Poultry (skinless): Cornish hen, turkey bacon, turkey breast, chicken breast. Seafood: All types of fish and shellfish. Pork: Boiled ham, Canadian bacon, tenderloin. Veal: Chop, cutlet, top round. Luncheon meat: Fat-free or low-fat. Cheese (fat-free or low-fat): American, Cheddar, cottage cheese, cream cheese substitute (dairy-free), feta. Nuts: Peanut butter, peanuts, pecans, pistachios. Eggs: Whole eggs are not limited unless otherwise directed by your doctor. Use egg whites and egg substitute as desired. Tofu: Use soft, low-fat, or light varieties. Vegetables and legumes: Artichokes, asparagus, beans and legumes, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, lettuce, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, zucchini. Fats: Canola and olive oils. Spices and seasonings: All seasonings that contain no added sugar, broth, butter sprays, pepper. Sweets (limit to 75 calories per day): Chocolate powder (no added sugar), cocoa powder (baking type), hard candy, sugar substitute (all sugar-free unless otherwise specified). Foods to Avoid Beef: Brisket, liver, rib steaks, other fatty cuts. Poultry: Chicken wings, thighs, and legs, turkey wings, duck, goose, poultry products (processed). Pork: Honey-baked ham. Veal: Breast. Cheese: Brie, Edam, all full-fat. Vegetables and legumes: Barley, beets, black-eyed peas, carrots, corn, pinto
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4 beans, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, yams. Fruit: Avoid all fruits and fruit juices during Phase Starches: Avoid all starchy food during Phase 1, including all types of bread, cereal, matzo, oatmeal, rice, pasta, pastry, potatoes, and baked goods. Dairy: Avoid all dairy foods during Phase 1, including ice cream, milk, soy milk, yogurt. Miscellaneous Fats: Canola and olive oils. Spices and seasonings: All seasonings that contain no added sugar, broth, butter sprays, pepper. Sweets (limit to 75 calories per day): Chocolate powder (no added sugar), cocoa powder (baking type), hard candy, sugar substitute (all sugar-free unless otherwise specified). No Alcohol of any kind, including beer and wine. Foods You Can Eat Again Phase II Fruit: Apples, blueberries, cantaloupe, grapefruit, grapes, mangoes, oranges, peaches. Dairy: Milk (light soy, fat-free, or 1%), yogurt. Starches (use sparingly): Bagels (small whole grain), bran muffins, bread (multi-grain, bran, whole wheat), cereal (high-fiber, oatmeal [not instant]), pasta (whole wheat), pita, rice (brown, wild). Vegetables and legumes: Barley, black-eyed peas, pinto beans, sweet potatoes, yams. Miscellaneous: Chocolate (bittersweet or semisweet, sparingly), pudding (fat- free). Foods to Avoid or Eat Rarely Starches: Bagels (refined wheat), bread (refined wheat, white), cookies, cornflakes, dinner rolls, matzo, pasta (white), potatoes (white baked, instant), rice cakes, rice (white). Vegetables: Beets, carrots, corn, white potatoes.
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