The New Trend in Eating!
What makes the most sense to you?
THE CABBAGE SOUP DIET
It’s a low-fat, high-fiber diet with lots of cabbage soup.
THE GRAPEFRUIT DIET
Followers would eat meat, eggs and, of course, grapefruit.
THE STILLMAN QUICK WEIGHT LOSS DIET
It calls for lean meats and at least eight glasses of water a day.
THE SCARSDALE DIET
From 1978, this diet plan advocates high protein and low calories.
Started in the early 1960s, the diet based on a points system gained popularity in the next decade and later attracted such stars as Sarah Ferguson.
Meals are replaced with Slim-Fast shakes.
THE SUZANNE SOMERS DIET
Proteins and carbohydrates are eaten together and "cancel each other out."
THE SUBWAY DIET
Jared Fogle popularized this plan, which is based on moderate exercise and low-fat subs.
THE ATKINS DIET
Robert C. Atkins’ plan, first published in 1972, was revived in 2001 and low carb.
13 Jan 2005
“Statement from the Naturally Nutrient Rich Coalition – The United States Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (HHS) today released the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans – science-based dietary guidance that is updated every five years by the government.
The 2005 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee indicated most Americans consume too many foods that are high in calories but low in nutrients. To address this concern, the new Guidelines reinforce a long-standing and widely accepted cornerstone of nutrition – nutrient density, or enjoying more foods that are naturally rich in nutrients first and selecting less nutrient-rich options as caloric requirements and physical activity levels allow”
This CDC report makes it very clear that commercial dieting methods to lose weight don’t work.
2005 and Beyond
the “NUTRIENT RICH REVOLUTION” “Eat Better, Not Less”
Predominantly plant-based, small amounts of lean meat (f you eat meat) or ultra refined foods (if any), Organic whenever possible.
Go to nutrientrich.com for a free audio introduction.