Weight Watchers Diet
South Beach Diet
Raw Food Diet
The 8 Most Popular Weight Loss Diet Plans
There are thousands of weight loss diet plans out there and if you tried to cover them all we could, well actually we couldn't cover them all. There are diets for losing weight, gaining weight, diabetic diets, high cholesterol diets. Bodybuilders use special diets to bulk up then another to lean down for contests. So as you can see it can get very involved. We are going to focus on the top eight. The Atkins diet, the Zone diet, Vegetarian and vegan diets, the Weight Watchers diet, the South Beach diet, the Raw Food diet, and the Mediterranean diet.
7 Scariest Weight Loss Diets
By Tom Venuto, author of Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle
You think that horror flick you watched or that haunted house you visited was scary? The most terrifying thing I’ve ever seen was not produced by Wes Craven or found in a theme park, it’s what I see some people do to themselves to lose weight. Take a look at these SEVEN scary diets… but reader beware if you’re easily grossed-out! Read more....
The Paleo Diet
Paleo diets are based on a simple premise—if the cavemen didn’t eat it, you shouldn’t either. So long to refined sugar, dairy, legumes, and grains (this is pre-agricultural revolution); hello to meat, fish, poultry, fruits, and veggies. What you eat and how much depend on your goals or the specific program you’re on, if you choose to follow one. Read more.....
The Nutrisystem Diet
Nutrisystem is built around the glycemic index, a measure of how various carbs affect your blood sugar. The program emphasizes “good” carbs, like many veggies and whole grains, that are digested slowly. That keeps you feeling full longer and your blood sugar and metabolism from going out of whack. Read more....
What Makes a Diet Healthy?
Psyched because you lost 20 pounds in a month, and all it took was—you know—denying yourself necessary, nutrient-packed foods? Maybe you spent the past four weeks eating only baby food, guzzling grapefruit juice, or eating a plain salad three times a day. Indeed, weight lost doesn't always equal health gained. That new diet that took inches off your waistline could be harming your health if it locks out or severely restricts entire food groups, like carbs, relies on supplements with little scientific backing, or clamps down on calories to an extreme. Read more....
The Mediterranean Diet Improves Quality of Life
The Mediterranean diet has been linked to a lessened risk of sickness and increased well-being for years. A brand-new study has directly linked it to mental and physical wellness also. The Mediterranean diet is a method of eating that's typical of an area in the world surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. This area is fortunate to have a temperate climate that supports a broad variety of vegetables, grains, fruits and an abundance of fish. It's a first-class diabetic diet and a lifelong way of fat loss eating and is suitable for all weight loss and fat loss programs. Read more....
The Double-Edged Sword of “Healthy” Fast Food
What’s on the menu at the big fast food chains lately? Oddly enough, the answer is… “health food!” Even more incongruous, many are marketing their food for weight loss. Healthy weight loss food at Taco Bell and McDonald's? Is this a noble move to be applauded, is it a big corporate money grab, or is it a double edged sword? Read more....