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 Starbucks Diet is based on the story of a librarian, Christina Hall, from Virginia who lost roughly 80 pounds by eating Starbuck’s food. Here is a meal plan that you can use to lose weight at Starbucks too.
The apple cider vinegar diet is an ancient weight loss remedy and also used to treat other ailments. The evidence that it works and precautions to take.
The Smarter Science of Slim is hugely in-depth encyclopedia of a how to get and stay slim based on over 10 years examining thousands of studies to deliver the truth about weight loss and nutrition.
Whole30, a new, mostly Paleo diet plan and book called, “It Starts with Food”, by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig, gives us a truthful diet plan to follow.
Eat Like a Cow is a funny take on weight loss by Will Addison. What can cows teach us about eating healthier and slimming down?
The six week OMG diet is sweeping the nation but is it a fad or a legitimate way to lose weight? We take a close look at this trendy plan.
David Kirchoff, CEO of Weight Watchers, reveals his secrets to fat loss in his new book Weight Loss Boss. Does he have fresh insight to share?
The Skinny Rules by Bob Harper contains his latest tips to help those overweight lose weight. Does he offer any new insight or is he telling us what we already know?
52 Weight Loss Missions is step based diet plan designed to teach dieters how to systematically get healthier and lose weight but what does our dietician think about it?
Dieters are often afraid of starch, but the new book, The Starch Solution, says that they can be eaten and still allow for weight loss.
Dr. Mark Hyman recently released his book titled, The Blood Sugar Solution. His book details how you can achieve optimal blood sugar levels for better health by reversing disease like diabetes.
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