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1. Juice Diet
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Despite the name, the juice diet isn't really a diet at all. In reality, it is a fast that is used to rid the body of toxins, boost metabolism and raise energy levels. Most people fast only for the purpose of cleansing the body, although weight loss is an extra side effect. Read More

2. Fast Track One-Day Detox
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How would you like to lose three to eight pounds in the course of a day? Nutritionist Ann Louise Gittleman says it is humanly possible with her Fast Track One-Day Detox that jumpstarts your weight-loss efforts. With this three-step plan, you will eliminate toxins and shed those extra pounds. Read between the... Read More

3. The Pros and Cons of Fasting
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Fasting is a practice that predates biblical times and the relevancy of fasting has been debated for many years. When considering whether fasting is right for you, you must first understand your own body and know what you can handle. {relatedarticles} Fasting is a deprivation of the body from food for a set period of time. The purposes of fasting have been diverse. Some have fasted for spiritual purposes,... Read More

4. The 411 on Detox Diets
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The simple word detox evokes images of cleansing away impurities from your body. It conjures up thoughts of healthy individuals with clear skin, white smiles, and a slim physique. Behind the scenes, the detox diets, for some individuals, can be more like a horror film full of fatigue, diarrhea, and potentially death. What is it that makes these detox diets so popular? {relatedarticles} Proponents of detox diets believe our bodies need... Read More

5. Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer
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Is juicing the secret to Jack LaLanne's good health? The benefits of fruits and vegetables are well documented. The Department of Food Science at Cornell University released a report in December of 2004, citing numerous peer reviewed studies that suggest that increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables can reduce overall risk for all chronic illnesses. Further, the report insists that it is the synergistic effect of... Read More

6. Is Fasting Beneficial?
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by Amy Daughdrill Fasting has been instituted by people of nearly all faiths as a religious practice since before recorded history. By definition, it is the act of abstaining from food, drink or both for a period of time. As a spiritual practice, it is believed to be an act of discipline, placing the desires... Read More

7. Think Fast Or Not So Fast?
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There are those dieters who believe that skipping meals will actually kick start the weight loss process. According to one expert from the National Institute on Aging, people in good health can actually benefit from going without food one day a week, or cutting back calories a couple of days a week. Some research indicates that fasting for up to 36 hours may reduce the risks for heart disease, diabetes or cancer. Short-term fasting is thought to also improve insulin sensitivity and reduce... Read More

8. Don't Think Fast
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There are those dieters who believe that skipping meals will actually kick start the weight loss process. But experts know better -- bypassing breakfast, lunch or dinner is actually the quickest way to derail your diet efforts. While it may help you lose weight in the short term, it's actually water weight. In addition, fasting can cause dizziness and fatigue. When your body goes into starvation mode and you can no longer tolerate... Read More

9. Think Fast Or Not So Fast?
[DIET&FITNESS]
There are those dieters who believe that skipping meals will actually kick start the weight loss process. According to one expert from the National Institute on Aging, people in good health can actually benefit from going without food one day a week, or cutting back calories a couple of days a week. Some research indicates that fasting for up to 36 hours may reduce the risks for heart disease, diabetes or cancer. Short-term fasting... Read More


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