The South Beach Diet

The South Beach diet, which honestly I can’t figure as to why it’s called as such, was composed by Cardiologist Dr. Arthur Agatston in around 2003 along with dietitian Marie Almon. The main purpose was for Dr Arthur to help his patients improve their lipid parameters. The common diets at the time, which were also…

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What Eating In the ZONE looks like..

The concept of Zones upon which the Zone diet actually works has already been discussed. So what does that translate to in terms of the actual food you would eat. **NOTE** this is just a broad guideline of what the diet will look like in terms of distribution, ingredient choice and amounts. It will vary…

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In the ZONE… Part II

Knowing about a diet is only half the battle won. Drawbacks of any diet are definitely more important to know than the benefits of them. While the zone diet definitely defines the set ratio of macros making it easier to follow and stick to, since you won’t be feeling hungry due to lack of carbs…

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In the ZONE.

The Zone diet is the second diet we shall discuss in this series of common diets. Created by Barry Sears in 1995 after losing his family member to a cardiovascular disease. The main concept of a zone diet is to stick to a specific ration of Carbs:Protein:fats of 40:30:30. The carbs consumed in the diet…

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All About Atkins.. Part II

Now that we’ve covered what an Atkins diet looks like, you may be inclined a little towards it. Heck, even I am inclined a LOT towards it. So if you are like me, and are thinking, ‘Ah let’s give this a try’, what is the next step? The next step would be to identify the…

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All About Atkins.

The Atkins diet was created by Dr. Robert Atkins, a cardiologist in 1972, who devised this diet for his patients to resolve their lipid levels, this diet has gained widespread popularity among well known celebrities for its famed weight loss capabilities. The foundation of Atkins is built on the body being able to flip it’s…

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