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 Flat Belly Diet promises to get rid a the gut by eating the right foods. Is losing belly fat really that simple and have people been successful on this diet plan?
Susan Kleiner is an accomplished authority in the world of sports nutrition.
The Lunch Box Diet is a book from UK personal trainer Simon Lovell.
Esther Blum, a New York City dietitian, has just come out with a nutritional guide which seems targeted towards a very particular audience: cosmo-drinking, party-going, “gorgeous gals,” in their 20’s and 30’s.
In 1981 Judy Mazel released the Beverly Hills Diet and a marketing juggernaut was born.
SharpBrains has interviewed Judith Beck, author of The Beck Diet Solution.
The Eat Clean Diet by Tosca Reno teaches people to avoid processed foods and chemicals and choose fresh food. Is this diet really different from other healthy eating diets?
The Cheat To Lose Diet is a new book from Body-for-Life Grand Champion Joel Marion.
The title alone is enough to make even the most casual of skeptics cringe.
The Snack Factor Diet is written by New York-based nutritionist Keri Glassman.
The Five Factor Diet by Harley Pasternak made popular by celebrities simplifies dieting by using elements of 5. Is this weight loss method effective?