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Old Wed, Nov-01-17, 06:46
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Default The best diet plans to lose weight healthily

Includes South Beach, Paleo, New Atkins, Dukan, 5:2 and Mediterranean:


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From The Telegraph
London, UK
31 October, 2017

The best diet plans to lose weight healthily

With the dieting world full of conflicting messages, it can be difficult to know which diet is the right one for you.

Here, Dietitian and Spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association Chloe Miles helps demystify this year’s most talked about diet plans so you can decipher between the fads and the hard facts.

Read in full here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-f...ight-healthily/
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Old Wed, Nov-01-17, 10:41
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Maybe 95 percent of diets fail because whatever plan you might decide on, 95 percent of what you hear from health professionals will be dismissive/discouraging crud like what's written in this article?
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Old Wed, Nov-01-17, 11:10
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Teaser, based on your comment, I will not be following the link..............I dont need another na-sayer.

Demi--thanks for posting, please dont think otherwise. Im happy to know I have a supportive family here on this forum looking out for me!
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Hmm....the "expert" from British Dietetic Association was pretty negative about all the diets. I expected the Mediterranean Diet to be the big winner, but she says,

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... studies have suggested that it is in fact the reduced stress levels and increased community support of the Mediterranean lifestyle that produces such health benefits, rather than the diet itself.”


And the diet summaries ... since when is salt "out" on the Paleo Diet??
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Old Wed, Nov-01-17, 13:00
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Since Loren Cordain, he started out pretty down on salt. I'm not sure if he's changed his mind since the early days, or not. But yeah, the paleo diet as most people practice it now probably doesn't have people worrying much about salt.
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