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|Written by Kim Droze|
|Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00|
It is the weight-loss plan that is taking Australia and the UK by storm. The Total Wellbeing Diet was created by the Clinical Research Unit in Adelaide, celebrated for its diligent research in nutritional and genetic factors in regards to obesity cardiovascular disease, bowel cancer and diabetes. A protein-plus, low-fat eating plan, the Total Wellbeing Diet places a strong emphasis on red meat, lamb and dairy products and moderate amounts of carbohydrates.
As opposed to the Atkins Nutritional Approach, the Total Wellbeing Diet is low in calories and low in fat. It's also a diet rich in fruit and vegetables. Beans, lentils and chickpeas replace bread.
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