AUSTIN, TX, September 02, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ — Half Day Diet claims that people can trick their body into burning fat as if they were on a low carb diet, all while still enjoying the carbs that they love to eat every day, but only enjoying them for half of the day. This has caught the attention of HalfDayDietReview.com’s Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review.
“Our Half Day Diet review shows that it’s perfect for anyone who wants to get on a low carb diet and experience the benefits, but doesn’t want to give up their carbs completely. The plan allows you to diet only half of the day and enjoy your evening with carbs,” reports Stevenson. “This diet plan gives you the ability to eat carbs when you likely crave them the most, at night. The beauty is that you don’t feel deprived and moody, which are two huge reasons that most diets fall away and are replaced by unhealthy habits again. It will work for men and women, young and old, obese and overweight.”
Half Day Diet includes a handbook, which tells people everything they need to know about their diet and how to make it work for them. This is the main aspect of the program, and it will help them understand why it works and what they need to do. A unique aspect of this diet plan is that users get a template to help them decide what macronutrients (proteins, carbs, and fats) and foods they need to eat and when. Moreover, they will learn the exact right amounts of food for optimal fat burning results. All of this will not only help them lose weight, but also stop the cravings before these even have a chance to start. Bonuses include Restaurant and Fast Food Survival Guide, The Happy Hour Handbook and Access To The Flat Belly Platinum Club.
“This diet will not impact your hormones negatively like other low carb diets. There is neither any risk of gaining weight after you have lost the weight you desire to lose nor do fighting carb cravings and feeling the guilt that comes with giving into that slice of pizza or other carb-loaded food,” says Stevenson. “You still get to eat the carbs that you love and see noticeable results within a few days of starting the diet. Your ‘cheat meal’ in the evening is actually a meal that allows you to burn fat faster. You can tweak this diet to work for your likes and lifestyle. Stop dreading going out to eat with family and friends and enjoy the foods you love.”
“Half Day Diet Plan gives you the carbs you crave and helps you avoid the negative side effects of most low carb diets. You will experience faster weight loss than on any other diet. It comes with a triple satisfaction guarantee for 60 days. The truth is that Nate knows that weight loss is not just about eliminating carbs, but rather about learning how to properly include carbs in your daily life. He has the insight to help you do that. This program was made for everyone to succeed, irrespective of their situation. It guarantees that it can help you get the weight loss results you are looking for. The diet is definitely worth a try if you want to lose weight quickly.”
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There comes a time in every professional’s career when you decide to join them, rather than beat them. Or at least try to trump them. “Them” being anyone who has ever peddled a diet or promised weight loss and wellness on an eating program.
Today I’m flipping the bird at science and conventional wisdom. Stuff evidence-based guidelines. If Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian, Miranda Kerr, Miranda Kerr’s mum, Pete Evans, the anti-sugar brigade (who, oddly, use high-sugar syrups to replace normal sugar) can create their own or endorse a particular diet, then why can’t I? I, too, want to drive a nice car, live in a big home and have lovely things.
Anyone who can turn on a tap can follow this diet.
So, here goes. Today I announce my H₂O Diet*. It’s ingenious. The diet simply involves drinking water. And lots of it. Why waste your time with food, let alone calorie counting? This diet is calorie-free. Rather than exclude just one food group, exclude all five. Water is all you will ever need on this diet plan. It is the magic elixir that can totally transform your body. In no time at all, you’ll be staring into the mirror at a better and skinnier you. It will literally wash away the fat and the toxins from your body. You will be a fat-burning machine. And a lean muscle-burning machine, too. Why discriminate? It will all just evaporate.
I can’t believe no one has thought of it before. Sorry Dietitians Association of Australia and health professionals, but I thought of it first.
Never mind sugar, gluten, fructose, carbs, fat, vitamins and minerals; none of these are important when you are on the H₂O Diet. Most of them are toxic, anyway. And this diet is so damn easy. It’s guaranteed to work, too. I don’t need science to prove it. I just know that it does. Lose weight quickly, reduce your blood-sugar levels, triglycerides and cholesterol, and feel great. This diet is hassle-free and requires no juice blenders, meat tenderisers, pots or pans. Just a glass or some type of drinking vessel is all you’ll need.
Think of how much money you’ll save, too. No more supermarket expenses, no more wasting money at expensive restaurants or cafes. Going out for meals with your partner and mates is overrated anyway. Your bank balance and your waistline will thank you.
The results will speak for themselves. We might even recruit an investigative journalist who lives on fast food and soft drink to trial it, just to prove it to you. All other diets will pale by comparison.
And there’s no need for diet manuals, how-to guides or even recipe books. Anyone who can turn on a tap can follow this diet.
Now, just a word of warning: there will be pesky dietitians and other health professionals who will try to persuade you not to go on this diet. They’ll babble on about it being unsafe and unsustainable. They might even try to alarm you by telling you it will harm your unborn baby or newborn. But, please do not listen to them. They are only jealous that they didn’t devise the H₂O Diet first. They might claim to have science on their side, but I can categorically state it will work for you. I have tried it and it worked for me. My sample study of one person surely must prove that this diet works. Randomised controlled trials and meta-analyses are all just gobbledygook anyway. I could even get celebrities to provide testimonies. Why would anyone ever doubt the word of a TV star? They are so much more attractive and, therefore, more trustworthy than scientists anyway.
So, who is with me?
Go from H₂-woe to H₂-wow in an instant. Cheers to that!
*Please DO NOT under any circumstances attempt this diet.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 25, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Unfortunately, many Americans trying to lose weight find it difficult to locate a local weight loss doctor who suits all of their needs. The discipline of weight loss is still a new field for medical physicians, traditionally relegated to the expertise of personal trainers and nutritionists. Launching the country’s most comprehensive weight loss system, Diet Doc offers an all-inclusive, nationwide weight loss service, which allows patients across the USA to connect with expert nutritionists and doctors in one convenient setting.
Whether due to a rural location or simply lack of local demand, many residents around the country have found it difficult to find personalized weight loss advice provided by licensed doctors and nutritionists nearby. Out of desperation, dieters must resort to frozen low-calorie meals, points systems, or worst of all, dangerous stomach surgery. Without specialized education and experience in the science of medical weight loss, most doctors will, instead of prescribing a diet, prescribe invasive and dangerous bariatric surgery. This is a huge disservice to weight loss patients, as losing weight is as simple as doctor supervision and nutritionist designed diet plans, not surgery.
Diet Doc employs licensed doctors and nutritionists who design customized diet plans around each patient. Because each person’s ideal body weight is different, each client begins their treatment by consulting with a Diet Doc physician, via telephone or video conferencing, who has special training in weight loss and developing healthy diet plans to address individual patient needs.
With simplicity in mind, Diet Doc physicians determine the underlying causes of weight gain that may have thwarted previous attempts to lose weight. Once the underlying cause of weight gain is identified, the physician will prescribe the most effective treatment, including all natural diet aids and prescription hormone treatments that work to reverse those issues, with most experiencing up to 20 pounds of healthy weight loss monthly.
Diet Doc is committed to providing their clients with a fast, but also healthy and safe, method for achieving their ideal body weight and only uses the highest quality of all natural ingredients in their treatments. Because of this dedication, and because of the proven, healthy weight loss results that clients have experienced, Diet Doc is now the nation’s leader in medically supervised weight management and have helped thousands of their clients create delicious low fat diets and successfully lose weight.
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Morris Hospital Healthcare Centers will offer a free, introductory session to Diet Free, a nutrition and fitness program, from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18, at the hospital, 150 W. High St.
Attendees will learn more about the 10-week program that can be easily incorporated into daily life and followed for a lifetime. Morris Hospital Wellness Manager Leigh Anne Hall stresses that Diet Free is not a diet program and has benefits for people with heart disease and diabetes, as well as those who want to lose weight.
Those who choose to enroll will continue to attend classes at the hospital from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Oct. 20. The program also can be completed online without attending the weekly sessions.
The enrollment fee is $69, which is fully refundable at the conclusion of the program provided the participant attended eight of the 10 classes or completed eight of the 10 online lessons.
Since Diet Free focuses on lifestyle changes, participants don’t experience the yo-yoing associated with most short-term diets. In addition, the program isn’t expensive because it doesn’t require the purchase of special food or other products.
“Diet Free was created for the everyday person,” said Hall. “Other programs can be expensive and lack connection, but this program makes everything personal. Those who commit to the lifestyle habits learned through the program should continue to lose weight gradually over an extended period of time.”
“Many people start out thinking they need to work out seven days a week, which is not always reasonable.”
Fix It: “Instead of a cheat day, have a cheat meal for each week,” says Thurman. “You still can have that donut, pizza, or brownie you’ve been craving, and get right back on the road to clean, nutritious eating — instead of derailing all your progress and causing yourself to feel sick.”
Mistake #3: Not switching up your workouts.
Turns out doing the same Cardio Sculpt workout every day might not be the best idea. “Completing the same workout over and over can be detrimental to weight loss, because our bodies adapt and become more efficient at that mode of exercise,” says DailyBurn Fitness/Nutrition coach Tiffany Hill. Similarly, doing all steady-state cardio, without adding strength training or high-intensity intervals, can also sabotage your efforts, says personal trainer Mike Chang, creator of Six Pack Shortcuts. “You can spend a month on a treadmill and see very few results, and end up looking worse if you’re not careful,” he says. “Too much cardio can get rid of the muscle that makes you look good.”
Fix It: To ensure you’re getting enough variety in your workouts, Hill recommends regularly adjusting the frequency, intensity, time, or type of workout. (You can remember that using the acronym FITT.) “Following a running program such as Couch to 5K is a good example of an exercise progression,” she says. “Each week, the running phase increases gradually.” To be sure you’re building muscle and keeping your metabolism revved, add high-intensity intervals and weight or resistance training to your routine at least twice a week.
Step away from the juice cleanses. “Going on a strict diet forever is simply not realistic, unless you have a lot of extra time on your hands and the willpower to never to eat out again,” jokes Chang. “If you want to lose weight, you have to think about sustainability.” And even if you are able to stick to a super low-calorie meal plan without falling off the wagon, your body could kick into starvation mode, expending fewer calories in an effort to preserve energy.
Fix It: Instead of worrying so much about the number of calories you’re eating, focus on the quality of those calories, says Allie Whitesides, DailyBurn Fitness/Nutrition coach. “Eat food that you prepare, less packaged goods, and include a balance of protein, healthy fats, whole grains, and lots of fresh veggies and fruits.” Follow these steps and you’ll find yourself naturally eating a healthy number of calories, without feeling hungry or deprived.
Mistake #5: Not taking a rest day.
When starting a workout program, it’s crucial to give your body (and mind) adequate recovery days. “Many people start out thinking they need to work out seven days a week, which is not always reasonable,” says Whitesides. “When they end up missing a day or two they become discouraged and often give up completely.”
Fix It: To beat burnout, schedule a day or two of rest each week, and be sure to set reasonable goals that fit your lifestyle. “Always listen to your body, and if you are too sore to work out, take an active recovery day,” says Whitesides. Go for a walk with your family, take a leisurely bike ride or do some gentle yoga.
Mistake #6: Giving exercise too much credit.
You can’t out-exercise a bad diet. “When it comes to weight loss, nutrition needs to be on point in order for your physical activity efforts to shine through,” says Hill. “This is especially true for people just beginning an exercise routine, because easy to moderate physical activity doesn’t burn a lot of calories.” For example, walking at three miles per hour for 30 minutes burns less than 150 calories — equal to or less than most candy or snack bars.
Fix It: Ditch the mindset that just because you worked out, you can eat whatever you want. But don’t let a strict diet keep you from exercising, either. “It’s still important because it will help with increasing your mood, boosting energy and promoting better sleep,” says Hill. “Focus on these immediate gains of physical activity, and weight loss will follow suit.”
Mistake #7: Focusing too much on the scale.
Many of Mosier’s clients obsessively check the scale, and are then disappointed if the number isn’t moving. But many factors can play into a person’s weight, he says, including body composition, hydration levels and food you’ve eaten. “Weight can fluctuate, so jumping on the scale daily doesn’t give an accurate snapshot of how you’re actually doing.”
“People who eat like birds at breakfast often become hungry and overeat at lunch and dinner.”
Fix It: Weigh yourself once a month and take measurements of your body to track changes, says Mosier. “Measurements can be taken anywhere you want to lose inches, with the most common being the waist, hips, thighs and upper arms.”
Mistake #8: Not getting enough sleep.
Pay attention to zzz’s just as much as LBs. “One of the biggest mistakes I see people make is not giving enough emphasis to the unsung heroes of weight loss, like sleep and stress,” says trainer and sports nutritionist Rob Sulaver, founder of Bandana Training. “If you want to create the ideal fat loss conditions for your body, you have to manage your stress levels and make sure the quantity and quality of your sleep is on point.”
Fix It: Before you even think about a diet and exercise plan, make sure you’re getting enough shuteye. (The magic number of hours is different for everyone, but most studies suggest it’s around seven — although very active people likely need more.) If you’re stressed, find healthy ways to relieve tension, like regular yoga sessions, meditation, or hitting a punching bag in boxing class.
Mistake #9: Skimping on breakfast.
“People who eat like birds at breakfast often become hungry and overeat at lunch and dinner,” says sports nutritionist Kate Davis, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN. While your morning mea lmay not be as important to weight loss as it was once believed, studies do show that eating early (especially high-protein meals) can increase dopamine levels, which may reduce cravings throughout the day.
Fix It: “Flip your thinking and make breakfast your largest meal of the day,” says Davis. “Eat relatively less as the day goes on to keep yourself from becoming over-hungry.” Can’t swing a big breakfast on work days? A recent study found that a quick bowl of oatmeal first thing in the a.m. can help you eat 50 percent less at lunch.
Mistake #10: Gunning for six-pack abs.
“You can perform crunches until you’re blue in the face, but this doesn’t mean you’re actually burning fat from your abdominal area,” says Hill. That’s because the idea that you can “spot reduce” simply isn’t true. In order to lose weight, you have to burn calories — and when you do, the body sheds fat all over, not just in one specific spot.
Fix It: For the biggest calorie burn, focus on exercises that increase your heart rate and target large muscle groups — like the chest, back and legs. (Hill recommends squats, deadlifts, push-ups and bent-over rows.) Incorporate high-intensity interval training into your routine, as well. “You’ll burn more calories in less time, and this type of physical activity can work for you due to the afterburn effect.”
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