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Best Diet Plans

Friday, 12 Nov 2010 12:00 PM

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A diet meal plan for a healthy person should include the right proportion of various nutrients. Here’s a look at the best diet plans today:
 
· The macrobiotic diet plan that originated from Japan is all about spiritualism. It encourages the use of natural foods prepared by boiling, baking, and steaming. Grains, vegetables, and beans with small amounts of fish, nuts, and seeds are part of this plan.
 
· The Atkins Diet is for losing weight, creating a healthy heart, and memory function and general wellness. This diet plan recommends the use of traditionally rich foods like meat, cheese, and eggs. All refined sugar, milk, rice, and white floor should be curtailed when following this diet plan.
 
· Dukan Diet plan is a four-phased high-protein, low-calorie diet plan. Lean protein is the key ingredient of this diet plan.
 
· Dr. Andrew Well’s Diet plan breaks the diet into three groups. It recommends taking 50-60% of carbohydrates, 30% fat, and 10-20% proteins.
 
· The Pritikin diet plan is one of the most reputed diet plans available for promoting well-being by decreasing cholesterol and sugar.
 
· The Mayo Clinic diet plan is a scientifically proven diet plan that is helpful in maintaining weight in the long run. It is all about healthy changes we can make in our diet.
 
· The Hallelujah Diet Plan is heavily supplemented; it recommends eating 85% raw organic foods and 15% cooked foods.
 
· The Jenny Craig Diet Plan is a three level food-mind-body plan emphasizing  intake of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy products.
 
· Martha’s Vineyard Diet Detox plan designed by Roni Deluz cleanses the body of all toxins. Water, home made soups, juices of fruits and vegetables, and powdered anti-oxidant berries are advised in this diet plan.
 

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