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Simply put, calories are a measure of stored energy within food. Humans burn a certain amount of energy (calories) throughout their day. Low calorie diets aim to have dieters consume less calories than they burn to lose weight. Most traditional diet plans are, in some way, calorie controlled or low calorie plans.

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Mayo Clinic Diet
(3 - user rating)
Written by Kim Droze   
Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00

ImageNewsflash: there is simply no correlation between this age-old diet and the highly-respected medical clinic with the same name. The Mayo Clinic Diet is simply another name for the faddish Grapefruit Diet with about as much substance as a chain letter. High in fat, low in calories, there is not much matter to this quick-fix weight loss plan, other than the fact grapefruit does contain some health-enhancing properties, which improve heart health and lower cholesterol.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 14:17
 
Subway Diet
(2 - user rating)
Written by Kim Droze   
Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00

ImageMeet Jared Fogle, dieter turned celebrity. His claim to fame is losing a ton of weight, well 245 pounds to be more specific. As a college student, Jared became fed up with being morbidly obese. The son of a medical professional believed he found the answer to his weight issues with the one-stop sandwich shop Subway, which happened to be conveniently located next to his Indiana apartment.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 14:23
 
Change One Diet
Written by Kim Droze   
Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00

ImageEven Reader's Digest is getting involved with the weight-loss game with its own diet plan. Change one meal, one day at a time. One small change is all it takes to get this kind of diet off the ground. That is the bottom line of this simple-to-digest program designed by some of the top diet and nutrition experts in the industry. Instead of an all-or-nothing approach at this, it is instead a slow transformation done in small steps. It is portion control not calorie counting. No foods are eliminated and healthy habits become second nature over time.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 14:30
 
Cambridge Diet
(2 - user rating)
Written by Kim Droze   
Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00

ImageIt is canned weight loss at its best. An idea made popular in the 1980s, the Cambridge Diet was as much a part of the diet industry as Jazzercise and leg warmers. The Cambridge Diet of today is an updated version of this original version, which has evolved with the latest nutritional findings. The extremely low-calorie program centers around a nutritional supplement that promises complete balanced in nutrition in just 110 to 170 calories per serving, so says the website.

Instead of just a shake powder which can be mixed with water, coffee or diet soda, you will also be able to choose from Cambridge Super Oats, Nutrition Bars and Soups. This low-fat weight loss program provides 33% of the U.S. RDA's recommendations for vitamins and minerals per serving.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 15:01
 
Eating for Life
(2 - user rating)
Written by Kim Droze   
Monday, 31 March 2008 20:00

ImageBody For Life turned Bill Phillips into a household name among men and women striving to transform their bodies into lean, mean muscle machines with his 12-week fitness program. However, it's his follow-up, Eating For Life, that's created a buzz with the audience who prefer to concentrate more on eating healthy and less on a rigorous exercise program.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 December 2009 15:16
 
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