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The Fresh Diet is the latest diet to hit the headlines in the U.S and it’s no wonder that its website promotes weight loss of up to 4 pounds in the first week alone. However, The Fresh Diet is more than just a weight loss regime and claims to help reduce cholesterol and maintain insulin levels for those who suffer from type I and type II diabetes.
With more and more people turning to unhealthy fad diets and the collective waistline of the U.S ever-expanding, The Fresh Diet initiative is on the way to revolutionising dieting.
The premise is simple; for around $50 per day 3 fresh gourmet prepared meals of your choice will be delivered daily to your address, along with 2 healthy snacks.
No freezing, no calorie counting, no bland tasting low-fat foods, no starving yourself AND the diet allows for pasta, rice and alcohol?!
The meal plan is flexible and also caters to specific health needs including allergies and intolerances as well as a diabetic plan, vegetarian plan and integration of the daily recommendations for both men and women in separate plans.
An example of the menu includes;
Overall the diet promotes weight loss and healthy living with a balance of 30% protein, 40% carbohydrates and 30% “good” fat. Bad carbohydrates and sugars are avoided to reduce inflammation, and the 3 gourmet meals and 2 snacks are aimed at providing healthy fuel for the body every 3-4 hours.
This aims to encourage a healthy way of life along with personal diet counsellors available to discuss any issues relating to dieting and weight loss.
The diet is a refreshing health solution that incorporates more than just the extreme get-thin-fast fixes that are floating around the internet these days.
Call me crazy but I do believe that gourmet fresh food sounds more appetising than a cotton ball!
(As per the ludicrous and highly dangerous “cotton ball diet” www.everydayhealth.com/diet-and-nutrition-pictures/the-cotton-ball-diet.aspx)
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