Thursday, April 5, 2012

Macrobiotic diet

I like Macrobiotic diet!! What is Macrobiotic diet? 

A macrobiotic diet (or macrobiotics), from "macro" (large) and "bios" (life), is a dietary regimen which involves eating grains as a staple food supplemented with other foodstuffs such as local vegetables, avoiding the use of highly processed or refined foods and most animal products.
Some general guidelines for the Japanese style macrobiotic diet are the following.
  • Well chewed whole cereal grains, especially brown rice: 40–60%
  • Vegetables: 25–30%
  • Beans and legumes: 5–10%
  • Miso soup: 5%
  • Sea vegetables: 5% A
  • Traditionally or naturally processed foods: 5–10%

This is my macrobiotic lunch plate today.
Brown rice with soy bean
Veggie burger include broccoli, mushroom, and nuts with shimeji mushroom sauce
Sauted hijiki seaweed, celery, and carrot

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