”Avoid White Processed Foods”
You might want to re-think eating High-carb and Low-fiber imitation food like overly-processed white bread and highly polished white rice...
...keep it off your grocery list.
If You don't want CATARACTS in your near future!!
Your risk is 77% higher if you eat white processed foods!!
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....DID YOU KNOW....
That women who become to thin can endanger their lives?
If you go to extremes to lose weight, chances are you'll go to far!!
Instead of taking the proscribed amount of diet pills....
You takes more....
Thinking more pills will take the weight off faster!!
This type of behavior....only gets you an early headstone!!
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Fat loss dieting or another dud?
Just another fad diet, does it work or not?
A friend of mine (who wouldn't allow me to put her picture on the website) tells me she lost weight.
Using the Cheaters Diet.
What she didn't tell me was she gained back after stopping the diet.
If she has it's very little because I can't see a difference in her weight.
As I have shouted out so many times,
"Losing weight is not hard, what's hard is continuing the diet past a week or two!!"
The Cheater’s Diet allegedly boosts metabolism and keep it high.
Without a good exercise program?
I think not!!
A fat loss dieing plan or another just another fake?
One’s offered plenty of foods to prohibit cravings and feelings of being deprived.
The Cheater’s Diet claims that eating high calorie foods on weekends and a low calorie restrictive diet during the week boosts metabolism.
The Cheater’s Diet claim to fame: eating a low calorie diet along with physical activity during the week help ones metabolism remains high.
When the weekend comes you can pour on the calories and not gain weight.
If you believe that load, I’ll sell you the London bridge it’s in my back yard.
You have lost what progress (weight loss) you have gained.
Dr. Paul Rivas, inventor of the Cheater’s Diet, claims dieters learn to eat a healthy diet and indulge in decadent treats sparingly.
Way way to easy to slip back into old patterns when enjoying a banana split on the weekend.
The Cheater’s Diet encourages very low calories during the
week, it may not provide ample calories for energy throughout the day.
Fat Loss Diet for sure at least for a few days of the week.
Some active people may experience fainting, dizziness weakness, and hunger pain.
Here are the pros and cons of the Cheater’s Diet.
No valid scientific research to support the doctor’s findings.
The Cheater’s Diet asserts, cinnamon can help regulate blood sugar. He’s right about that it does!!
This declaration, that peanut butter and chocolate boost metabolism is a bit of a stretch.
Sorry doctor, I do not believe it.
I would have to be presented scientific proof.
Not a smart idea: it is too darn hard to get back on the diet after eating whatever you want on the weekends.
They should have named this the "Carol Burnett Diet".
She followed this fat loss diet form as a lifestyle.
Of course Carol had no weight problem to begin with.
A typical Breakfast when dieting:
Two eggs, any style.
One medium orange or one half grapefruit.
Coffee or tea with artificial sweetener (stevia) and non-fat milk.
How is this any different than what we all know about losing weight and sustain the loss we must do all those things.
No references are listed to back Dr. Rivas' theory that cheating on the weekend boosts the metabolic rate, improving weight loss.
Neither Dr. Rivas nor others have carried out controlled studies to test his weight loss theory.
It’s not supported by any clinical trials.
Thing incorporated in the diet:
Yerba Mate no data compiled to determine its safety to the general public.
There is no supporting evidence that 5 HTP or L-tyrosine works to control weight gain or assist in weight loss.
You’d be consuming all this:
L-tyrosine 250 to 1,000 mg/day 2 times;
5 HTP, 50 to 100 mg 20 minutes before each meal;
green tea extract: 200 mg twice/day;
Mucana Pruriens, 50 mg twice/day.
Since these compounds are neither well known nor tested I’d be extremely cautious using this alleged easy way to lose weight.
My advice: stay far far away!!
There is no mention of the importance of exercise while on this diet.
Nor do they suggest or offer guidelines for people with health problems such as diabetes.
And the biggest fallacy, no reference to checking with a physician before starting this diet.
Especially one that incorporates many exotic herb and drugs.
Please stay far away from this from this alleged fat loss diet!!!
At least until you do more research.