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What is the Best Life Diet

Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010 03:15 PM


The best life diet, the creation of physiologist Bob Greene, has an easy-to-follow approach to weight loss and healthy living.
 
This diet plan calls for lifestyle changes as well as healthy eating habits. This best life diet does not include physical activity and exercise as primary forms of weight loss, instead, promotes nutritious and healthy eating.

Depending on the person’s physical conditions and general fitness, the best life diet suggests a calorie intake of about 1,500 to 2,500 based on the list of recommended foods and their number of servings.
 
This easy-to-understand weight loss diet is very effective, and Oprah Winfrey is one of its success stories.

There are a wide range of recipes, tips, and tools for the dieters to keep on track and stick to diet regime. The best life diet can be customized further to suit various body types as well as different lifestyles. This may include different food choices and activity levels of the individual.
 
The main feature of the plan is controlling food choices, portions, and serving sizes and numbers. A lot of liberty regarding food choice is given in the third phase of this diet plan.
 
The diet also guides an individual about basics of food and about how to replace unhealthy foods with similar-tasting healthy foods. The diet educates individuals about trans fats, soft drinks, high-fat dairy and other foods that they should avoid.
 
Another interesting fact is that Greene has placed a best life diet seal on various food products so that the dieters may not have any confusion about what food they may or may not eat.


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