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How this diet works:
learn to make weight loss their No. 1 priority. Good carbs, those with a low
G.I. (such as whole-grain breads and fiber-rich veggies), are the fuel of
choice. Thatís because they maintain normal blood sugar and insulin
levels, resulting in less hunger and fat storage.
Forget counting calories, or even worrying about the glycemic index.
Dieters who buy the companyís prepared foods automatically receive correct
portions in the form of low G.I. foods. The plan adds up to one low-fat
protein at each meal, three daily servings of vegetables, 2 to 3 fruits, 2
to 3 dairy products, 2 to 4 whole grains, and 1 to 2 servings of
A variety of prepared veggie
foods are sold online, and the book includes meatless recipes like Black
Bean Gazpacho to Baked Tofu Salad Eating Out: Maybe. The company touts
its own foods, of course, but itís possible to negotiate the occasional
meal out as long as itís low in fat and calories, and low on the glycemic
The food isnít cheap. A 28-day meal package costs
around $275. Choosing a la carte drives the cost up even more.
If you have a blood sugar problem, you don't want a lot of carbs period.
Open-ended. The actual diet plan is 28 days, but dieters
repeat the regimen until they reach their goal.
Reviews a complete review of the diet can be found,
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