Monday, August 26, 2013

Low-cal hirsutism diet

Just wanted to make a list for losing weight by lowering sign of  hirsutism with a custom diet and for others out their who suffer with this condition. When estrogen levels are low and can really effect are mood and even cause depression and this also is same too for males that have low testosterone can make them depress or moody. But today's focus is boosting your estrogen levels with low calorie diet that is known to help lower the symptoms of hirsutism. But doesn't hurt after about 60-90 days(this how long it take for hormones to stabilize) to add your favorite vegetable or fruit that does boost your testosterone or estrogen levels ever once in a while. If you decide to go vegan this also help to balance out hormones but for about 30 days is just fine to go without meat because the diet can make you a little weak if your not use to it. Also staying away from processed sugars and salt especially when your out and about and decide to buy a diet-aspartame-caffeinated soda instead of ordering ice tea, tea, water with lemon, and freshly squeezed lemonade/orange juice. If your trying to lose weight here is what you can do since, women have calorie cap at around 1800-2000 cal. so, about after month you want slowly bring it down 1500-1200 and then at the third month 1000 this with injunction of 30-60 min work out (20-30 minute: 5min. stretch, 10-20 min. cardio/run and 5min. cool down/ double it up for the 60 minute). If you want to exercise everyday then 30 minute workout should be adequate but if your schedule is all over place then suggest taking hour on your day off to do 60 minute workout.

Now here are foods you want stay away from if your trying lower your testostrone levels:
1. Oysters
2. Cabbage
3. Broccoli/Cauliflower
5. Eggs
6. Radish family
7. Mushrooms
8. Collard Greens/ Mustard Greens/Kale/ Watercress/ Bok Choy/Brussels Sprouts/
9. Almonds/ Walnuts/ Brazilian nuts
10. Bananas
11. Beans (certain beans like natto and navy bean actually will help to boost estrogen)
12. Avocado/Olives

Diet Time

Low Cal Breakfast
  • 3cups of Bran Cereal w/o pear
  • Granola w/ berries
  • Peanut butter and pear pancake
  • Dark chocolate chip pancake w/ strawberries
  • Waffles and berries
  • Vanilla maple rasberry sauce spread w/toast
  • Cinnamon Rasin toast with honey
  • Apple and Peanut Butter or Toast
  • Tomato and Bagel
  • Navy/Natto bean Breakfast buritto

 Low Cal Lunch
  • Ham/ goat(feta) cheese sandwich
  • Roasted beef sandwich (non) dairy spread
  • Ham, pear, and goat(feta) cheese
  • Peanut butter and fruit wrap
  • Better BLT
  • Turkey wrap
  • Turkey sandwich w/ side salad
  • Barbecue chicken strip wrap
  • Navy bean taco salad
  • Greek pita salad
  • Turkey and Tomato
  • Spinach salad with strawberries
  • Garden tuna wrap 
  • Miso soup/ navy bean soup
  • Salad
  • Chicken and Navy bean mole tostadas
  • Tortilla Pizza

Low Cal Dinner
  • Navy bean and Zucchini quesadillas
  • Steak and pepper tacos
  • Spaghetti and meatballs
  • Maple lime salmon with cilantro couscous
  • Pesto-style chicken and pasta
  • Cilantro-lime and shrimp fajita
  • Toasted roast beef sandwich and salad
  • Pita pepperoni pizza
  • Barbecue Chicken and brown rice pilaf
  • Pasta w/ fresh herbs
  • Vegetable stir fry
  • Lemon Pasta

Low Cal Snack
  • Apple and cider
  • frozen hot chocolate
  • Hummus 
  • Veggies
  • Watermelon cake w/ raspberry sauce
  • Raspberry peach smoothie
  • Corn chips w/ salsa
  • Celery and peanut butter
  • Cookies
  • Chocolate pudding
  • fruits and nuts
  • Dates
  • Chives and whole gain crackers
  • Strawberry (soy) yogurt
  • Pizza popcorn
  • Mapel (soy) yogurt
  • Honey Curry
  • Honey curry dip w/carrots
  •  Balsamic strawberries romanoff

Plain shopping list

Spreads: Peanut butter/ Hummus

Grains: Sprouted bread/bagel/peta/spaghetti/pasta/corn chips/whole gain crackers/couscous/brown rice/popcorn

Dressing/seasoning/stock: Cinnamon, honey/maple, miso, pesto, cider, curry, balsamic

Fruit: Apple, lime/lemon, watermelon, peach, dates, tomato

Vegetables: Lettuce, zucchini, cilantro, celery, chives, carrots  

Protien: Chicken/ turkey/ beef,/ham, tuna/salmon, navy beans/natto, feta cheese/ yogurt

Treat: Dark chocolate

September shopping Cart


Artichoke, aubergine, beetroot, butternut squash, carrots, celery, cos lettuce, courgettes, cucumber, fennel, iceberg lettuce, leeks, mangetout, marrow, onions, parsnips, peas, peppers, potatoes (maincrop), rocket, spinach, and sweetcorn.


Apples, blackberries, blueberries, clementines, cranberries, figs, grapes, melons, nectarines, peaches, pears, plums, raspberries and tomatoes.




Brown trout, clams, cod, crab, dover sole, grey mullet, haddock, halibut, herring, john dory, lemon sole, lobster, mackerel, monkfish, plaice, salmon, sardine, scallops, sea bass, and turbot.


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