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).
Have you ever thought about eating everything that you want to and still being able lose weight?
Last week, I wrote about mindful eating which reminds me of another diet book called, “Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life” by Vietnamese Zen Buddhist Thich Nhat Hanh and Doctor and Dietitian Lilian Cheung.
Maggie Goes On a Diet is about to be released.
The Thrive Diet was created by professional ironman, Brendan Brazier, and is based on following a vegan diet to achieve optimal performance and health.
Clinical nutritionist, Kimberly Snyder, published her first nutrition and beauty book in March called, The Beauty Detox Solution.
Just Stop Eating So Much!
Belly Fat Breakthrough may claim to have the secret to getting rid of stomach fat, but it might not be for the reasons one might think.
The Millenium Diet was created by doctor Mark Davis, based on his own research into the diets of his patients.
“Naturally thin” or “naturally slender” has become a bit of a buzzword in recent years — but, what can we learn from these so-called naturally thin types?
The Flat Belly Diet For Men is an addition to the original Flat Belly Diet.
For many people who’ve been on countless diets in the past, the same old yo-yo dieting cycle gets a bit tired after a while.