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Sirt diet: the new fat-burning diet that makes you lose weight faster!

Sirt: the new fat-burning diet that makes you lose weight faster!

Sirt is the new diet that activates the thinness genes, burns fat and makes you lose weight faster. Stars and VIPs love it!

The Sirt diet provides a food regime based on the intake of foods that activate sirtuins, a group of genes that stimulate the organism. They can also burn fat faster and promote weight loss in a shorter time. According to experts, you can lose about three kilos a week by following this diet.

Many stars and influencers love the Sirt diet and follow it. Among these, there is also the beautiful Pippa Middleton, who has been on this diet to get in shape for her marriage with James Matthews. The singer Adele has lost 30 kilos by following this diet. Let’s find out how it works.

What is Sirt, the diet of the skinny gene?

This diet has been studied by the nutritionists Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten. It is based on the introduction of foods that can activate sirtuins. These are a group of genes, called thinness genes, because they stimulate your metabolism and make you burn fat faster, thus promoting a rapid weight loss.

The Italian doctor Nicola Sorrentino explained: “The genes of thinness, responsible for the repair and rejuvenation of cells, speed their activty up by using fat reserves and increasing disease resistance. You can achieve the same goal without starving, but just by eating Sirt foods“.

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How does the Sirt diet work?

This diet is divided into two phases. In the first one, for three days you only eat 3 green juices and one solid meal per day and you can not take more than 1000 calories. Later, from the fourth to the seventh day, the green juices  become two and you can eat two solid meals, with a 1500 calorie intake. After this phase, you start the stabilization phase, rich in these foods.

What are the Sirt foods ? Strawberries, kale, blueberries, citrus fruits, cocoa, tofu, chilli and rocket. And then red onion, olive oil, parsley, turmeric, matcha, dates and many others.

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