Pippa Middleton Diet Reportedly Unhealthy & Unsafe; Know How Kate Middleton’s Sis Prepares Herself For Wedding
Pippa Middleton will get married to her beloved James Matthews within a few days. The couple will tie the knot on May 21, 2017. Plenty of reports stated that Middleton’s diet is made very strict these days but it has raised some eyebrows with a notion such as “unhealthy” and “unsafe.”
The types of foods mentioned in the regular diet of Pippa Middleton are undoubtedly healthy for anyone’s body. But the way it is implemented can be dangerous for anyone.
The younger sister of Kate Middleton is said to be a strict follower of the Sirtfood Diet to look her best in her wedding ceremony. The Sirtfood Diet may have its influence on Pippa Middleton’s diet but its way of losing weight is controversial and said to be potentially harmful to anyone’s health, as reported by Wolipop.
Pippa Middleton’s Diet Is A Good Source Of Polyphenols
The ongoing diet of Pippa Middleton has 20 specific foods listed under it. Some of them are coffee, walnuts, cocoa, red wine, strawberries, arugula, kale, etc. These are good sources of polyphenols that speed up the body’s metabolism. Hence, in this process burning of fat takes place very fast.
Middleton follows her diet round the clock to ensure that she loses her weight very fast. The inclusion of red wine and cocoa seem good, as it makes anyone fair and glows the skin. However, her two phase diets seem to be unhealthy and unsafe or even dangerous, according to the experts, in the future.
Diet Of Pippa Middleton Ensures Inclusion Of Less Caloried Through Food And Drinks
The first phase of Middleton’s diet lasted for seven days and she only consumed 1000 calories in the first three days, through just three Sirtfood-rich green juices and “one full meal rich in Sirtfoods,” as reported by The Mirror. In the remaining four days, her calorific intake is raised to 1,500 calorie. Two meals and two green juices are allotted for each day.
The second phase of Pippa Middleton’s diet included three Sirtfood-rich meals and one green juice each day. However, experts say that it is usually unhealthy and risky to intake below 1200 calories each day. The present result may be very eye-catchy and later the body can succumb to many diseases.