Archive for the ‘Lifestyle Diets’ Category

Ideal Diets For People With Elevated Glucose Levels

Elevated blood glucose levels have become a modern health issue among a majority of the population. Diabetes as a disease has become a threat to many people and has affected their quality of living. People with the condition have to be careful of trying to manage their blood glucose levels to minimize the complications. One […]

Tips For Trying Unique Weight Loss Diets

There are different types of diet people follow for weight loss. Some can be more effective than others. But sometimes, a diet may be effective in helping you lose weight. But it may not necessarily be a healthy way to do so. Unique types of diets can sometimes fall into this unsafe category. There are […]

Zone Diet

Heard about the Zone Diet? We suppose you have, since it is actually more popular than the Atkins and South Beach Diet. There are so many ways to lose those pounds. Dieting comes in varying degrees that even some programs seem to become ridiculous to do. Many people are so very into losing weight that they would do anything to have bodies as great as celebrities. Much like celebrities, many individuals leading a “non-paparazzi” lifestyle still gnaws on the idea of shedding off those extra pounds…

South Beach Diet

Hate checking the weighing scale and finding you have gained yet another pound. It seems that even how much you try–days, weeks, or even months, trying to resist the temptation to indulge on your favorite food! No worries. Why not try shifting to South Beach? South Beach is just but one of the most popular ways to diet. Since the release of the book by Dr. Arthur Agattston on 2003, it has been popular not only in the United States but also internationally. We’re sure you have heard about it and…

The Pritikin Diet

In the 1970’s, Dr. Nathan Pritikin developed a new eating plan that is high in fiber and low in cholesterol, thus lowering one’s weight. According to his son Robert, who updated the diet plan, we are driven by our “fat instinct” to eat foods that would satisfy our hunger for fat and calorie-rich foods. This instinct was beneficial during the pre-agricultural civilization because opportunities to eat were far rarer. Since fat is more nutrient-dense than other sources of food, its presence in the …