Hey, folks. Today we decided to consider an extra popular diet that made the famous singer Adele lose 20 kg. And so, what is a sirtfood diet and how it helps us lose weight.

As part of the sirtfood diet, you can only eat products that contribute to the production of sirtuins.

Sirtuins repair DNA damage and regulate the ageing process. Improves metabolism and helps get rid of excess fat.

Products contributing to the production of sirtuins.

  • kale
  • red wine
  • greens
  • dates
  • coffee
  • dark chocolate
  • onions
  • nuts
  • turmeric
  • collard
  • caper
  • handles
  • olive oil
  • buckwheat
  • green tea
  • celery
  • apples
  • garlic
  • strawberry
  • soya beans

The standard weight loss scheme is about 3 weeks.

  • For the first 3 days, only 1000 calories a day are consumed. 1 full lunch.
  • Then, in the next 4 days, we increase to 1500 calories and 2 meals.
  • And for the final two weeks, we eat 3 times a day following a sirtfood diet, but you can treat yourself a little bit, not oily fish.

And perhaps the most important thing is to exclude dark chocolate and red wine in the first week.

The authors of the sirtfood diet Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten argue that exercise and 100% compliance with the diet, after a week, give a significant result. But there is no scientific evidence to support these results. Neither is there any evidence that this kind of diet is harmless to the body. Unless, of course, you take into account the phenomenal transformation of Adele.

Feedback from experts.

After talking to specialists in endocrinology, we found out that the sirtfood diet is not quite well balanced from a healthy nutritional standpoint. The fact is that these very sirtuin substances are rejuvenating, useful and beneficial to the body as a whole. Nevertheless, when a person eats only these products, he impoverishes himself in many ways. Switching to a low-protein diet, you need to be prepared for the consequences, namely, to various diseases. Including dystrophic changes in internal organs, because the protein we need contributes to their construction and renewal.