First Hand Diet Experiences: The Most Popular Weightloss Diets

First Hand Diet Experiences: The Most Popular Weightloss Diets

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In today’s world, it is more common to walk outside and notice that there are far more individuals that are overweight as opposed to individuals are at a healthy weight. Are you one of those overweight individuals? Well, here you will learn how to change that. There are a massive amount of diets that promise results on the market, and even more celebrities advertising that these diets have worked wonders for them. Such as the Atkins diet, the South Beach diet, Jenny Craig, the Zone diet… you get it, the list is endless. Although generally these diets claim to be very healthy, there is a batch of diet fads that have withstood the test of time that are extremely dangerous because the diet consists of eating either an extremely low calorie diet, or in extreme cases a no calorie diet and no solid foods.

Atkins Diet.

So you are considering to go on the Atkins diet? The Atkins diet is a low carbohydrate, high protein and an extremely controversial diet. While on the Atkins diet expect to eat an extreme amount of meat, cheese and eggs. If you are one who craves healthy food such as fruit and a wide array of vegetables, you will not be able to consume foods like that during the first couple of weeks while on the Atkins diet.

The entire theory behind the Atkins diet is that when a fairly large amount of fat consumption is introduced into the diet and carbohydrates are eliminated, the body will begin to feed off of the fat therefore large amounts of fat consumption will not make you gain weight due to the lack of carbohydrates in the body.

You will feel a pulling or tugging sensation in your stomach area from time to time as the fat wears off.

For meat lovers this diet will be fun and is looked upon as a sort of all you can eat buffet for meat cheese and egg lovers. Will it work? I have tried this diet and yes it has worked for me. A word of advice, consuming large amounts of protein and fat for just a few days will leave a very terrible taste in your mouth so be sure to rinse your mouth with mouthwash after each meal.

Jenny Craig Diet.

Lately there has been a great amount of attention all targeted towards the Jenny Craig diet. Jenny Craig has recruited a number of American celebrities such as Kirstie Alley, and Valerie Bertinelli . Jenny Craig provides an easy to follow weight loss plan with a gourmet menu and recipes that can all be prepared in well under 10 minutes. This diet works because all of the menu choices are created by nutritionists so your diet will never be lacking in any department. This is what the Jenny Craig company will like you to believe. Many “Craigers” as the individuals on the diet have been nicknamed, all claim that it is a rip off. This diet will not allow you to spend less than $70 per week to follow the diet correctly. Most of everyone who has been on this diet has claimed of weight gain once normal food that were not branded Jenny Craig were introduced to the diet.

Slim Mints Diet.

Now this diet definitely falls into the category of the unhealthy. But for the sake of being informed we will cover it. The Slim mint diet is a diet that consists of eating only slim mints. This diet was created not by a doctor or nutritionist, but by women in desperation to lose massive amounts of unhealthy weight in a short period of time. Bottom line is this diet obviously works, but is verging on Anorexic. Any diet that restricts an enormous amount of calories will definitely allow you to lose weight. However sticking to the Slim Mints “diet” is very tough, and not a long term fix for weight loss. Women who have been on this diet all claim to have lost an incredible amount of weight and they are all pleased with the fact that this diet plan is so inexpensive. I do not recommend this diet, it does not contain enough calories to keep you functioning at your highest potential. You will feel dizzy and deprived and ultimately binge, this can result in an eating disorder over time.