Tran Tien Chanh, MD PhD. The Ideal Protein diet not only promotes fat loss but, at the same time, enhances muscle tone. While some high-protein diets often high in saturated fats can tax the liver and the kidneys, the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method provides just the right amount of the highest quality protein needed to protect and improve muscle mass and vital organs. The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method is a four-phase protocol which helps stabilize the pancreas and blood sugar levels while burning fat and maintaining muscle and other lean tissue. This protocol is also an excellent treatment for cellulite reduction and has been used in well over 1,000 medical spas and clinics in North America over the last nine years with great success.
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Beware weight-loss pitches with slim chance of working
But whats wrong with us that we dont already know a diet scam when we see one? Some of us seriously believed that we could sprinkle a magic dust on our food and lose weight. People want to believe this stuff works, because they want a quick fix, says Mary Marian, clinical dietitian and instructor at the University of Arizona. And they just move from one new product to the next in hopes that something is finally going to work. Sensas marketing, even after the FTC judgment, suggests that you dont need restrictive diets to lose weight.
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‘Blood Type’ weight loss program fails to meet standards of best diet plans
They then compared their results to the diet details in the book ” Eat Right for 4 Your Type: Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia .” Created by naturopath Peter DAdamo, the Blood Type diet describes precisely what different blood types should eat for weight loss and health. Just one problem, said the researchers: There’s no scientific evidence. It was an intriguing hypothesis so we felt we should put it to the test, said study author garcinia cambogia reviews Ahmed El-Sohemy in a statement. We can now be confident in saying that the blood type diet hypothesis is false, he added.
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