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Review: The Carbohydrate Addict’s Diet

Do you love pasta—but not the pounds you associate with it? Do you consider bread not only the mainstay of life—but also your favorite snack food? If so, you may be a carbohydrate addict and, believe it or not, there’s a diet which claims to be tailor-made for you. The Carbohydrate Addict’s diet operates under the principle that no matter how many carbohydrates you eat, your body wishes to have more. In a nutshell, that’s the theory...

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Review: Low G.I. Diet Breakthrough

Note: the Low Glycemic Diet Breakthrough is no longer available. The Low Glycemic Diet Breakthrough is based upon the consumption of low glycemic foods, or foods that have a relatively little effect upon your blood sugar levels. To fully understand the significance of this, a detailed introduction to the glycemic index (also referred to simply as “GI”) is in order… The first thing you need to know is that the...

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Review: Mayo Clinic Diet

Before I begin with the review of the Mayo Clinic Diet, you should know upfront that this diet is not endorsed by the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. Yeah, it’s a bit misleading, I know. The Mayo Clinic Diet was developed some 30 years ago, but the real impetus for the diet is unknown. While the Mayo Clinic Diet may come in a number of varieties, it customarily includes grapefruit at every meal. The diet is also...

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Review: The Scarsdale Diet

The Scarsdale Diet has become one of the most popular weight loss programs in the world. Designed by Dr. Herman Tarnower, the diet is a one to two week program that is made up of 43 percent protein, 22.5 percent fat, and 34.5 percent carbohydrates. One of the major advantages of the Scarsdale Diet is its speed—it tends to yield incredibly quick results. This is due to the fact that it relies on radically reduced calorie consumption....

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Stop Cheating on Your Low Carb Diet!

Jim Stone’s “Stop Cheating On Your Low Carb Diet” is a publication about… well, it’s pretty self explanatory. Yes, you might wonder how you could fill an entire publication on tips and strategies to avoid cheating on a diet, right? You might even wonder if such a publication is even necessary. Well, I can assure you, it is. Consider this… A new study published in the Journal of The American Medical...

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Sugar Busters Diet Review

The Sugar Busters diet operates according to the principle that most people eat too much sugar — as much as a pound a week. Yup, whether your idea of a treat involves a slice of apple pie or a scoop of chocolate frozen yogurt, sugar may be a mainstay of your normal diet. But while sugar adds so much flavor to your favorite desserts, it can also cause you to pack on the pounds. That’s why a diet that zaps the sugar right...

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