Showing posts with label Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Show all posts

Friday, 9 September 2016

The 3 Week Diet at just $27

Losing weight in a short space of time has always been thought of as a near impossible task. For years, doctors and dieticians have told the public that it takes months and sometimes even years of hard work to see any progress with weight loss, or to sculpt the perfect body. But that is simply not true at all.

The human body is highly adaptable and able to change in extremely short periods of time. Think about it. If people can quickly gain mass amounts of fat from weeks of unhealthy eating, shouldn’t they be able to lose a lot weight rapidly from weeks of healthy eating? Well, they definitely can.

But what do you need to eat to lose the weight rapidly? From low-carb, to low-fat, to sugar-free, to high-protein, and even the ‘caveman’ diet – there are so many options out there that it can be extremely confusing to the average person on which diet you should use to quickly lose weight. Some of these diets even provide conflicting information on what you should and shouldn’t eat. Well, that’s all about to change.

For years, A-list celebrities and professional athletes have been following a secret diet not revealed to the public. This diet is so effective that people have been able to lose over 23 pounds of pure body fat in just 21 days from following it. That’s more than 1 pound of body fat per day! Now, that diet has been made public by acclaimed nutritionist and personal trainer Brian Flatt. 

Titled ‘The 3 Week Diet’, Brian’s system reveals to people exactly how they can rapidly lose over 1 pound of body weight per day. The diet doesn’t involve starving yourself or exercising like crazy, but instead follows a specific scientific method of including certain nutrient rich foods into your diet that, when combined, offer special fat-combating properties. You don’t need to restrict yourself to certain types of foods like ‘no carbs’ or ‘no sugar’, but rather include ‘the good stuff’ as well to help burn the fat. This diet is extremely effective and based on years of scientific research and testing to ensure its safety and effectiveness.

Brian has revealed step-by-step how to follow this diet for 21 days to see these amazing results. He has laid out every food you need to include in your diet, and when you need to eat them. The diet is incredibly easy to follow, with very little work involved. If you are looking to lose weight fast, The 3 Week Diet is definitely something you should consider. No other diet out there today promises such fast results, and is able to deliver them too. 

Visit The 3 Week Diet website to before and after photos of people who have followed the diet for 21 days. You too, can see similar results in as little as 2 days, if you start right now!

All the best!!!

Monday, 15 October 2012

Veggies live longer than meat eaters !!!!

It might be time to replace chicken with veggies!
According to a new study, vegetarians – especially men – have a longer lifespan than those who eat meat.
Researchers from the Loma Linda University in California found that vegetarian Adventist men live to an average of 83.3 years and vegetarian women 85.7 years – 9.5 and 6.1 years, respectively, longer than other Californians, the Huffington Post reported.
In the ‘70s and ‘80s, a series of studies from the university, which has tracked tens of thousands of Seventh-day Adventists since 1958, were the first to show that vegetarians live longer than meat eaters.
Seventh-day Adventists have long been known as advocates of a vegetarian diet.
The new research presented at Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2012 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo is halfway into completion and includes 96,000 people from the US and Canada.
Principal investigator Gary E Fraser revealed that the new study found that vegans are, on average, 13 kilograms lighter than meat eaters and five units lighter on the Body Mass Index (BMI) scale than meat-eaters.
Vegetarians and vegans are also less insulin resistant than meat-eaters.

Lean people are also more likely to exercise regularly, eat plants, and avoid cigarettes than overweight people, suggesting that numerous factors are boosting the overall health of these participants.
Pesco-vegetarians and semi-vegetarians who limit animal products, but still eat meat once a week or so, have “intermediate protection” against lifestyle diseases, Gary E Fraser claimed.
The study whose population is 25 per cent African-American and half vegetarian found that obesity cuts an African-American’s life span by 6.2 per cent, and across races, the protective qualities of fat in seniors was not seen.
Previous studies have found past about age 85, people who are obese have a lower risk of dying than normal-weight peers.

Source:Business Line
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