7 Best & Worst Diet Advice from Leading Weight Loss Plans ...

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There’s absolutely no dearth of diet plans – be it on the internet or in your neighborhood book store.

In fact, you can have a tough time trying to decide which one to follow...or not.

Here are 7 Best and surprisingly worst diet advice from leading weight loss plans.

You can put these bite sized diet tips into action asap!2

1. Dr. Phil- Daytime Talk Show Host, Dr Phil, Outlines Seven Crucial Elements for Weight Loss

Best Tip: Exposure to fattening and unhealthy foods should be reduced.

For obvious reasons, if it’s not in front of you, you won’t eat it.

Not-so-great tip: While walking, use exercise poles to burn more calories.2

This tip only helps if you are walking really long distances or cross-country skiing.2

For short distances, it doesn’t work out to be a very effective tip.

2. You: on a Diet - Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Michael Roizen Have Developed a Two-week Diet Program That Promises to Work Wonders

Best tip: Instead of being obsessed with a specific ideal weight, it’s better to decide on a range.

This is a wiser approach to weight loss since it makes allowance for minor fluctuations in your weight that happen normally.

Not-so-great tip: Have the same meal for breakfast as well as lunch every day.

The lack of variety can frustrate you, making it difficult to stick to the diet.

3. Skinny Bitch- a Former Model’s Frank and Straightforward Motto is Meant to Shock People into Making Drastic Changes

Best tip: Read the ingredients.

It makes you more aware of what you are eating and you will be less inclined to binge on food that has fattening stuff in it.

Not-so-great tip: Adopt a vegan diet.

Not too many can cope with such a restrictive diet and often end up discontinuing the plan.

French Women Don't Get Fat Cookbook- Written by French-born Mireille Guiliano, This Book Looks at the Difference between American and French Portions as Well as Eating Techniques and Identifies How It Can Affect Weight Loss
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