The following principles distinguish this form of nutrition from other crash diets and mark it as a change in diet – not as a short-term crash diet!

Dark chocolate from 70% cocoa and red wine is allowed!
Cook or fry meat gently. High quality meat is healthy, see: Red meat opinion facts advantages
No soy products (phytohormones)!
No cereals. Without exception!
No pulses (peanuts) – allergy-promoting, low nutrients, too much carbohydrates!
Good animal or high-quality vegetable fat with the right Omega3 to Omega 6 ratio. See:
Eat good cholesterol.
Dairy products in moderation, only high-fat as quark or yoghurt, in case of intolerance completely avoid.
Plenty of nuts such as Brazil nut or student food.
Eggs are great!
Dietary fibre, but only from vegetables.
Eat when you want!
No exaggerated endurance training, like 5 x weekly 20 kg jogging or hours of ergometer treading!
Regular exercise, strength training weekly, every 14 days sprints, if you want to live optimally and healthy or want to reduce your weight successfully and in the long run.
Also sometimes barefoot running, see my guidebook: Barefoot running guidebook
Reduce carbohydrates. Count a maximum of 50-150 grams a day.
No calories count, but carbohydrates!
Enough sun without sun cream. See: Danger from sunscreen, and playful activities.
No whole grain products! See also: Bread and cereals – Corn – Wheat – Whole grain makes sick
What’s not necessary?
Not a crash diet where you lose weight extremely fast. Your body needs about 6 weeks for the first, but then visible results. After approx. 3 to 6 months depending on the discipline, you will have lasting success and have close to your optimal body fat percentage. Abdominal muscles should be visible!
You don’t have to eat raw meat.
It is not an extreme LowCarb diet, in which you must omit ALL, also good vegetable carbohydrates.
It is not a ketogen diet, because you are still increasing enough carbohydrates through vegetable carbohydrates (vegetables!!!)!