ABOUT THE BOOK
You made your New Year's resolution to go on a diet more than a month ago, but that promise is sitting on a shelf in the back of your mind gathering dust. Just looking at the diet plans available is enough to you wonder if there really is a point to it. After all, with so many different methods, it must mean none work, right? Well, not exactly. While some diets should be avoided at all costs (and one or two are mentioned here), there are several that are actually quite healthy and have great long-term potential. So, let's take a look at some of the more popular diets you might have heard about recently.
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EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK
The Biggest Loser Diet
The Biggest Loser reality show became an instant hit because it showed how real people struggling to lose weight evolved while on a committed diet and exercise plan. By the end of each season, most contestants barely resemble their former, heavier selves, and look healthy, happy, and excited to have a fresh start on life.
The Macrobiotic Diet
This diet has a scientific name, but it’s grounded in spirituality. Practitioners and proponents of the diet believe it cures and prevents diseases, including cancer. The American Cancer Society, counters that claim: "Available scientific evidence does not support claims that a macrobiotic diet is effective in treating cancer." However, because the diet advocates a mostly vegetarian diet with only fish allowed, the ACS believes it can help lower the risk of developing life-threatening illness, such as heart disease.
Eat This, Not That
The Eat This, Not That diet began as a column, evolved into a book, and now has become a road map for better eating. Chef Matt Goulding and David Zinczenko, editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine, literally wrote the book on which foods to avoid and which foods to substitute them with. It's not an actual diet plan, but more of a directory of Good vs. Bad food choices. In the mood for a steak? Goulding and Zinczenko suggest a sirloin or filet mignon instead of the porterhouse or prime rib. In the mood for some cheesecake? These guys will tell you which brand is the best and which ones have enough calories to last you a few days.
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