The flexible diet has been gaining popularity because of its flexibility regarding food choices and claims you can eat what you want and still lose fat if it fits your macros (IIFYM).
Diets seem to come in themes or groups.
Popular web portal Yahoo released their shiny new home page today.
The Glycemic Load Diet, by Rob Thompson MD is essentially a low carbohydrate diet.
Constant travel makes it very tough to eat right and continue with an exercise program.
Eat Right for Your Metabolism – by Felicia Drury Kliment – is about choosing a diet based on your metabolic type.
The Tortoise Diet is a book written by Registered Nurse Patricia Church who, after years of on-and-off dieting, finally found the right way to lose weight (120 pounds to be precise!).
The Shangri La diet is a bizarre way to lose weight. Is drinking sugar water really the best way to lose weight and curb appetite?
Kids and the word “dieting” should never be used in the same sentence.
The Special K Diet involves eating Special K Cereal for breakfast then more for lunch OR dinner for 2 weeks. We outline the diet, risks, and results expected.
The Grapefruit Diet is a weight loss diet built solely around the grapefruit. The 12-day meal plan is found here as well as variations of this fad.
Do you remember the F-Plan?
No Snacks, No Sweets, No Seconds.