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Diet Doc’s Comprehensive Weight Loss Program Surpasses Military Diet Results – SYS


MONTGOMERY, AL–(Marketwired – April 20, 2017) – The Military Diet claims rapid weight loss results for individuals who have the military-style discipline to adhere to its strict guidelines. The official website says that people can lose up to 10 pounds each week without the help of exercise or supplements. It consists of very low-calorie foods that work together in order to activate weight loss. The Military Diet is an attractive option, given that one only needs to adhere to its low-calorie meal plans for 3 out of 7 days; leaving dieters the option of eating whatever else they want during the other four days.

The Military Diet appeals most to those who want to lose a few quick pounds prior to a vacation or an event. However, the meals themselves aren’t sustainable for long-term weight loss, nor do they provide any health benefits. Its heavy protein, minimal fruit and vegetable servings and freestyle approach to the rest of the week won’t go far towards preventing common diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and high-cholesterol, which are becoming growing health crises. Given that the diet is so low in calories, it is essentially a form of fasting that may come with some residual side effects such as low-energy, fatigue, persistent hunger pangs and increased irritability.

If one can discipline themselves enough to follow the Military Diet, why not choose a better diet program that can improve overall health and promote long-term weight maintenance? Diet Doc Medical Weight Loss has helped thousands of patients through comprehensive meal planning and personalized assessments to support optimal health. Diet Doc patients are losing up to 20 pounds per month quickly and safely. Their one-on-one consultations with experienced weight loss doctors and nutritionists provided unlimited support and guidance with your unique needs in mind.

New Diet Doc patients can call or easily and effortlessly visit https://www.dietdoc.com to complete an initial comprehensive, yet simple, health questionnaire and schedule an immediate personal, no-cost consultation. Diet Doc Physicians all received specialized training in nutritional science and fast weight loss. Diet Doc reviews each patient’s health history to create a personalized diet plan geared for fast weight loss, or that addresses life-long issues causing weight loss to slow down or stop. Nutritionists work personally with each patient and use their own algorithm to craft meal and snack plans that are compatible with each patient’s age, gender, activity level, food preferences, nutritional needs and medical conditions. They combine these state of the art diet plans with pure, prescription diet products that enable their patients to resist the temptation to reach for sugary snacks, eliminate fatigue and curb the appetite. Over 97% of Diet Doc patients report incredible weight loss results with the majority losing 20 or more pounds per month.

At Diet Doc, all patients gain unlimited access to the best minds in the business. Their staff of doctors, nurses, nutritionists and coaches are available 6 days per week to answer questions, offer suggestions, address concerns and lend their professional guidance and support. Because of this, more and more people are turning to Diet Doc for their weight management needs. Diet plans are tailored to be specific to the needs of those of any age, gender, shape or size and for those who are struggling to lose that final 10-20 pounds to those who must lose 100 pounds or more. Call today to request a private, confidential, no-cost online consultation.

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21-day healthy diet program kicks off with documentary

Mitt.TV owner Ruth Heidebreicht is partnering with several organizations to try to bring broader awareness of healthy eating habits to northern Macomb County.

She is partnering with Chickpea and Bean and Willow Pond Farm for the Northern Macomb Lifestyle Challenge that will kick off April 22 with a documentary showing at the Masonic Lodge in downtown Romeo.

“We want to show people in our community how much a plant-based diet can affect their short-term and long-term health,” Heidebreicht said. “We can make a difference in our community, and I want to help with that initiative.”

Local community leaders will be participating in the intensive 21-day program, and 14 local restaurants have created plant-based menu items.

The program will kick off with a screening of the 2016 documentary “Eating You Alive” at the Masonic Lodge at 6 p.m. Participants will be able to ask the filmmakers questions and try out plant-based foods.

The challenge will then begin on April 29 at the Lodge from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with program registration and more food to sample. Blood tests will be taken to compare with tests taken at the end of the program. Presentations will be given throughout the program by dietary experts and doctors.

One person who can attest to the positive results of the plant-based diet is Chickpea and Bean co-founder Marc Ramirez.

Ramirez, who founded the company with his wife, Kim, after learning the benefits of a plant-based diet, had a history of chronic illness in his family.

After a career as an offensive lineman on the University of Michigan football team, he weighed in at 305 pounds with diabetic, blood pressure and cholesterol issues.

“I thought that was my fate; that was my future,” Ramirez said of his problematic health issues.

In December 2011, he began a plant-based diet knowing his issues would only worsen with time.

Within 60 days he was off all the medications he was taking to control his diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

He lost 50 pounds in three months and now weighs 210 pounds.

“I will never go back to that lifestyle,” he said. “I am in the best shape of my life, and my diet helped change my entire life.”

Ramirez and Chickpea and Bean were featured in the “Eating You Alive” documentary. He said that a change in diet can be the key to obesity issues facing millions of people around the nation.

“Food is what is killing America, but it is also what can save America,” Ramirez said.

Local restaurants like Thee Office Pub, Younger’s Irish Tavern and 4 Corners Diner will each be adding plant-based items to their menu to help participants be able to eat healthy when they head out for a meal.

“I think it is a great idea,” 4 Corners owner Marty Hutnick said. “We need to listen to the community and see what they want and keep them from going somewhere else if they want to try and eat healthy.”

Local leaders such as Romeo Village Trustees Christine Malzahn and Bob Hart along with Bruce Township Clerk Susan Brockmann and Supervisor Richard Cory will participate in the program as well.

“I was reluctant at first, but then realized what little I knew about this type of nutrition or how to cook with plant-based foods,” Malzahn said. “I am stepping out of my comfort zone and challenging myself to try something a little different, and I hope everyone will join me.”

Heidebreicht said that a Facebook page will be set up to help participants in the program. She said that to date 100 people are set to try the program.

The cost of the documentary screening is $10, and the cost to participate in the 21-day program is $50.

To register for the “Eating You Alive” screening, visit diginextfilms.com/events/eating-you-alive-screening-in.

To register for the challenge, go to whoozin.com/76Q-GU9-VAVV.

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Introducing the Fighter Diet 12 Week Challenge

Test the Limits with Certified Fighter Diet Moderators

(PRWEB) April 04, 2017

A lifestyle for those who strive to be lean all year round without feeling hungry, Fighter Diet provides workout and nutrition solutions for anyone who wants to be healthy and strong.

Take a Fighter Diet 12 Week Challenge! Created by Biggest Loser trainer and winner of the Scandinavian Biggest Loser, Pauline Nordin, the Fighter Diet program provides an ebook guide that includes a full diet plan, weight training, and cardio routines. The program also maintains an amazing community of like minded women and men on Fighter Diet’s private Facebook group, where members are free to upload photos, ask questions and communicate with Pauline herself. To date, over 4,500 people joined January 12 week challenges!

With an outstanding team of certified moderators guiding the way, this isn’t just “dieting” – it’s goal setting! Ready to get started? Discover the different challenges:

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Democratic Party to use VR program to simulate harsh Diet grillings carried out by Renho

The Democratic Party will exhibit in an April event a virtual reality program that gives participants a glimpse of how it feels to be grilled by DP leader Renho in her trademark harsh questioning style.

According to members of the main opposition party, the game-like VR program will be put on show at the annual Niconico Chokaigi event fro April 29 to 30 in Chiba that will be hosted by video-sharing website operator Dwango Co.

Wearing special goggles, players will find themselves in a virtual room mimicking a budget committee room in the Diet where they can play the role of the prime minister.

Renho will show up and barrage the players with questions such as, “How on Earth did you find the time to play in such a place like this?”

“I hope young people who don’t have a connection with politics will enjoy (the program),” said lawmaker Kensuke Onishi, head of the DP’s Youth Department.

But not all party members are positive about the DP’s unusual move. “Renho is the one who should be cross-questioned about the party’s slumping support rate,” a mid-ranking DP lawmaker said.

We Tried It: Adele’s Slimming Sirtfood Diet

What is it: The Sirtfood Diet, created by nutritionists Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten, and a favorite of trainer Pete Geracimo, who has all of his clients — Adele and Pippa Middleton included — follow the plan.

Who tried it: Julie Mazziotta, PEOPLE Writer/Reporter

Difficulty: 9/10 — So. Hungry. (At least for the first three days!)

In between racking up Grammy Awards, recording three hit albums and becoming a mom, Adele has quietly slimmed down with the help of trainer Pete Geracimo. Under his instruction, the singer hits the gym (whether she wants to or not), and follows the Sirtfood Diet, which focuses on about 20 “wonderfoods” like arugula, celery, cocoa, coffee, red onion and more.


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I have no kids and a terrible singing voice, so testing out the diet for myself seemed like my only option to become more like Adele. Plus, dieters are clinically proven to lose 7 lbs. in the first seven days on the program, and I’d be A-Okay with that. So I gladly volunteered to try out week one.

Day 0:

Step one, before the diet actually started, was to read through The Sirtfood Diet and make a grocery list. On the first three days of the program I would be slurping down three green juices — made up of kale, arugula, ginger, green apple, parsley, lemon and macha powder — and just one meal per day. This should have triggered a giant red flag for me, but the meals I did get sounded great — miso and sesame-glazed tofu with ginger and chili stir-fried greens, shrimp stir-fry with buckwheat noodles — plus after three days you go up to two meals a day, and two green juices. So I happily went off to Whole Foods.

The recipes thankfully are filled with ingredients you can find at any grocery store, anywhere in the country — except for one thing: buckwheat. I couldn’t find it on my first shopping trip (the only reason why I went to Whole Foods for my groceries in the first place), and it took me another two tries to finally locate the grain (thanks, Chelsea Whole Foods!).

Buckwheat and the other sirtfoods are the focal points of the diet because they’re high in polyphenols — a plant-based nutrient that Goggins and Matten say are great for the digestive system.

Polyphenols “activate a powerful recycling process in the body which clears out cellular waste and burns fat,” the duo write in the book. “They do this by activating our sirtuin genes — also known as our ‘skinny’ genes. Indeed, these are the very same genes that are activated by fasting and exercise.”

RELATED VIDEO: Adele’s Workout Mean Mug is Giving us #WorkoutGoals!

 

Day 1:

That morning, perfectly content after enjoying my usual three (healthy-ish!) meals the day before, I cracked open my first green juice to start the diet (I will admit here that I cheated a bit from the start — I don’t have a juicer, nor the space in my apartment to store one, so I bought juices that matched the ingredients in Sirtfood‘s recipe from Juice Press and Pressed Juicery in New York City). Pretty good! I’ve never been a regular green juice-drinker, but this was enjoyable enough.

I kept sipping throughout the day, and started getting my usual hunger calls around 11 a.m. I have a pretty severe snack addiction, but I at least go for the healthy stuff, like pistachios and granola bars, and this was normally when I get my fix. But I pushed through. Goggins and Matten say that you can eat your one meal at any time of the day, so I decided to go for 4 p.m.

By 1 p.m., I was miserable and starving. The green juice did absolutely nothing to curb my hunger, which makes sense — nothing in it has real staying power. I regularly write the What I Eat columns, and I kept thinking about the nutritionists who talk about the need for meals with protein to keep you satisfied, something I was severely lacking. My day piled up, so I somehow didn’t actually eat until 5 p.m. Luckily, the meal was DELICIOUS. I went for the aforementioned miso-glazed tofu, and I would make this any day of the week. I even managed to save part of it to eat when I got home from work as a “dinner” (is it against the rules to split up the one meal? I was too hungry to care).


The Sirtfood Diet
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Day 2:

More green juice. More hunger.

Today’s meal was harissa-baked tofu with cauliflower “couscous.” I’m not vegetarian, but I’m not a big fan of shrimp, the other option that day. I probably should have gone with it anyway though — this meal was a big miss for me. It again lacked anything satisfying, so I was miserable the entire day, particularly when I somberly followed my friends to dinner at Sweetgreen (probably my all-time favorite fast-casual restaurant) that night and sipped the ubiquitous green juice as they munched on salads. Yes, I was jealous of salads.

Day 3:

You guessed it! I had green juice for breakfast.

My meal today was a kale and red onion dal with buckwheat, and WOW. I loved it. I wanted piles of it. But my one portion was surprisingly satisfying — I think at this point my appetite had gone down from eating under 1,000 calories a day, plus the dal included plenty of satiating ingredients, like lentils, buckwheat (I found it!) and healthy fat-filled coconut milk. I don’t weigh myself, but by day three I was comfortably wearing my tightest pair of skinny jeans, and my normally rounded stomach was much flatter.

The only remaining problem? I’m someone who exercises regularly, and hard. I go to CrossFit three times a week, sometimes more, and I run or swim on the other days. With such a low calorie count that wasn’t recommended (I emailed Goggins, who said, “The mild calorie restriction plus the high intake of sirtuin-activating nutrients is creating a mild stress on our cells which causes sirtuin activity to strongly kick in. Too much exercise just causes too much stress, which could then be detrimental”), but I love the head-clearing benefits of exercise. I went to CrossFit that night, and knowing I wanted to go again in the morning for the usual Saturday workout, I hard-boiled two eggs and ate them with Old Bay and drizzled extra-virgin olive oil, my favorite. It was beyond necessary.

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Day 4:

I could finally eat two meals a day — hooray! But my tough workout unsurprisingly didn’t go well on such little food over the last three days. So with the increase in food on the plan, I decided to switch things up — I would go back to eating normally, and just try out the other recipes for the rest of the week. I’m stubborn and highly competitive, so it was frustrating to “fail” at the diet, but I also really, really love food, and skipping one to two meals a day was not worth it to me.

The rest of the week:

The other meals I tried — pan-fried salmon with caramelized endive, arugula and celery leaf salad (it also has avocado!); Tuscan bean stew; the sirt super salad; the sirtfood omelet — were all similarly fantastic. I want to give a hearty props to Goggins and Matten for crafting recipes that are delicious and filled with normal ingredients — plus they were often one-pan meals, which is key for someone without a dishwasher nor a person to do the dishes for you (which I’m of course assuming Adele has — livin’ the dream).

The Verdict:

If you are immune to hunger and really enjoy green juices, go for it (and check with your doctor beforehand)! If you’re more like me, skip week one, and go straight to week two, when you get to enjoy three full and truly excellent meals a day. And you can still pretend to be Adele.

NOTE: It is recommended that women eat at least 1,200 calories per day, and men eat at least 1,800 calories per day.

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