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The ketogenic diet concept is becoming increasingly popular among those who are fans of low carb diets. The ketogenic diets are high in fat and protein and low in carbohydrates and have been in existence for as much as 90 years. The name of the diet comes from the term “ketosis”, which is said to have similar effects to fasting.What is ketosis?Ketosis is the process of burning fat for energy. The process is activated when the body doesn't have enough glucose available to use as energy and insulin levels are low, so ketones produced by the li... Read More
Fats may be coming back in 2015, but refined sugar is definitely on its way out, and plenty of replacements are vying to take its place. Whether you want to lose a few pounds or to make sure that you’re making the healthiest food choices, check out the best diet trends 2015. From brand new diet books that are already making an impact to rediscovering classics like cauliflower and bone broth, here are the major dieting trends that are going big this year. The Girlfriend Diet From the editors of Good Housekeeping magazine, “The... Read More
Why some diets go wrong? Because of bad nutrition! Sound nutrition based upon scientific fact is second to none. There are many "diets" available on the market all claiming to produce fantastic results, yet the majority of these diets are NOT based upon current or even relevant scientific research.In addition, they are rarely adapted to the needs of the dieter as an individual. That is not to say that they do not work in one way or another, however, many people have tried many diets yet they continually look for the next best diet. Why? This... Read More
Rihanna's DietAs the gossip rags have pointed out, Rihanna has gotten into amazing shape for Good Girl Gone Bad. When asked about how she did it, Rihanna said:"I like carbs, but at the end of the day, carbs are the enemy. It wasn't so much losing weight as being fit and toned and healthy. I just didn't feel great. Now I'm working out and trying to eat healthy. That's making me lose weight without even thinking about it."She has been working out with a trainer, counting calories, and "obsessing" over her legs she says.About Her Low Carb DietL... Read More
Losing weight doesn't have to be about starving yourself on a three carrots per day diet and running on the treadmill until you drop on the floor in a pool of sweat. Learn step by step what it takes to get the results and have fun at the same time! Losing weight can be and it is frightening for most of the persons first of all because of the lack of information on this subject. How can this be possible with hundreds of articles and books all focusing on the same subject? Well, this is one of the causes, too much information is confusing and ... Read More
Aren't you sick and tired about those starve-yourself diets that do nothing for you? From now on you'll lose weight intelligently! Is there a diet that won't rouse you in a state of frustration and that won't give the impression of constant limitation and restriction? Luckily there is! Read on the following tricks and you won't need no miracle diet and what's more important - there are no restrictions and will help you lose weight safely. You can devour a pizza in just a few minutes, so that after you have remorses and regrets all... Read More
Cholesterol is a saturated fat in our blood, a high cholesterol level is unhealthy, and makes your organism prone to heart diseases. Now, what causes excesive LDL (low-density lipoprotein) in our body? The answer is, the consumption of foods that contain saturated fat (sausages, bacon, fried foods breaded in hot oil, liver, full-fat dairy products and processed meat). The following diet will help you reduce the level of harmful fats and increase the level of good ones in your body. TLC Diet( Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes) This is... Read More
The South Beach diet was developed by a cardiologist named Arthur Agatston. It is based on the principle of replacing "bad carbs and fats" with "good carbs and fats". The key concept in this diet is the Glycemic Index. Foods are ranked on a scale of 1-100 according to their Glycemic index - the amount by which they raise blood sugar levels after meals. The focus of your diet should be on foods low on the GI level - this will also improve insulin resistance, leading to weight loss. The South Beach Diet is divided into 3 different ph... Read More
Finding the right type of diet is often very exhausting, experimenting with these can spoil your ambition. Facial analysis diet tries to read out the dietary and mineral needs of your organism from your face. The diet was created by celebrity nutritionist, Elizabeth Gibaud and several stars from Hollywood follow it, Kate Winslet is only one of them. Skin color, wrinkles or specific skin problems suggest certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies of you body. The diet begins with a detox process that lasts for 2 days. It is... Read More
This diet was developed by David Kirsch. It is based on a special food regime and sport exercise program. If done properly it is said that you can lose up to 14 pounds and 5 inches off your waist. This diet is based on a high protein, low-carb regime. It is divided in 3 phases:Phase 1 In the first 2 weeks you are allowed to eat mushrooms, egg whites, salmon, nuts, vegetables that have low starch and plenty of whey protein. You are not allowed to eat or drink alcohol, dairy products, coffee, fruits and other fats. On this phase you a... Read More
The Weight Watchers Diet Plan encourages healthy dieting by eating healthy foods in moderate and diverse portions. No aliment is forbidden, which gives the ultimate control, instead you are given a certain amount of points according to different criteria. This is how it works: Every person can calculate the points that they can accumulate during one day according to their age, height, weight, sex and daily activity. Here are the points (p):for sex: male= 15p female= 7pfor age: 18 to 20= 5p 21 to 35= 4p 36 to 50= 3pfor weight: ... Read More