This diet is all about proteins – if you eat like a Viking, the proteins such as those that you get from fish will give you a longer sensation of satiety. The good news about this diet is that bread is on again.
It offers those that keep it the same benefits that the Mediterranean diet offers. The nutritionists even agree that this may be the 21st century diet. This diet focuses juts on the seasonal and local products, having as a principle maintaining equilibrium between proteins, carbs and fats. Concretely speaking it is based on mix of cereals, forest fruits, vegetables, fish, chicken but less pork or beef.
A typical meal includes herring, salmon or mackerel, all being rich in Omega 3. The usual meat meals include lamb kebab, meatballs made with low fat meat, seasoned with cabbage and nap and filled with potatoes or other vegetables.
The specialists state that the level of obesity from Scandinavia is at half compared with Great Britain and this diet has a better success as it maintains the feeling of full for a longer period of time.
By keeping this diet all the fats will be eliminated and you will also feel good in your own body. It is about the looks but also about how you feel. The good news about this is that you will lose the extra weight and you will not put it back once the diet is over. However, one may get used to eating healthy and maintain a constant lifestyle like this.
The simple Viking meals include omelette and ham, cheese snacks and rye bread. I believe a Scandinavian restaurant in any part of the world would do well and would make people realize easier its advantages.