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).
The apple diet and the 3-Apple-a-Day Plan involves eating an apple before each main meal. The fiber in apples makes you feel full and satisfies cravings.
It seems there is always something “revolutionary” when it comes to weight loss.
Fat Loss 4 Idiots (formerly Weight loss 4 Idiots) is a popular diet program that “anyone can lose weight with”. However, what’s it all about and can it really be an effective diet plan.
Seattle Sutton (yes that’s her real name) is the creator of a pre-packaged diet plan.
Denise Austin has been inspiring woman to get fit for many years through her tv show, videos, and now her online diet and fitness plan. How does her system work?
Jorge Cruise has just published the
The Fat Loss 4 Idiots website seems to be advertised everywhere.
LA Weight Loss was a center based diet plan, but now is online. Can they be trusted after 1000’s of people lost so much money when their centers closed?
>a href=”http://www.amazon.com/Holford-Low-Diet-Revolutionary-Fatburner/dp/0743287223/”>The Holford Diet (named after author Patrick Holford) is a book that focuses on the glycemic index.
The Abs Diet is available as a book and as an online program. Does it really produce defined abs and what are the program’s basic guidelines?
eDiets is a popular online weight loss program. Does it work and do the costs make it worth it? We take an in depth look.
Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle is a popular ebook that teaches regular people the fat loss and muscle gain secrets of body builders. Can it really transform the overweight as well as the average?