Body Mass Index

Japanese diet

Japanese diet is a 13-day diet that tries to change your metabolism radically. If you are on the Japanese diet, it is recommended to drink more mineral or boiled water. But the diet forbids salt, sugar, flour and sweets, and alcohol.

Japanese diet plan

Below is a detailed Japanese diet daily plan sticking to which you can "easily" lose weight. There is many japanese diet information in the web but very few sources offer the full japanese diet daily plan. Additionally, those who provide the diet plans, often mention very exotic foods which difficult to get in your local grocery store. Unlike them, we offer you a free Japanese diet day-by-day plan containing only available food products.

First and eighth days of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: coffee (without sugar)
  • Lunch: 2 hard-boiled eggs, salad, a glass of tomato juice (no salt)
  • Dinner: fish (fried or boiled), salad

Second and ninth days of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: coffee and rusk
  • Lunch: 3.5 oz of fish (fried or boiled), salad
  • Dinner: boiled beef - 7 oz, a glass of low-calorie yoghurt

Third and tenth days of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: coffee and rusk
  • Lunch: zucchini (7 oz) fried in vegetable oil
  • Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs, 7 oz of beef, salad

Fourth and eleventh days of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: coffee
  • Lunch: raw egg, 3 boiled carrots with vegetable oil, 5 oz of hard cheese
  • Dinner: apples (without limitation)

Fifth and twelfth days of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: carrot with lemon juice
  • Lunch: fish (fried or boiled), a glass of tomato juice
  • Dinner: fruit (apples, pears, oranges)

Sixth and thirteenth days of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: coffee
  • Lunch: half of a boiled chicken, salad of fresh cabbage or carrots
  • Dinner: 2 hard-boiled eggs, raw carrot with vegetable oil

Seventh day of Japanese diet

  • Breakfast: tea (with no sugar)
  • Lunch: boiled beef (7 oz), fruit (except bananas)
  • Dinner: any of dinners except the dinner from the third day

Important note: Japanese diet is not recommended for people involved in intellectual activity due to low glucose intake.



Did you know

  • BMI was developed by Belgian scientist Adolphe Quetelet in 1869.
  • For children and teenagers BMI is calculated using the same formula as for adults, but the index is applied in a different way.
  • A glass of fruit juice with one or two pieces of sugar before a meal helps stimulate appetite.