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4/23/13 11:53 A
If it's too restrictive it then you'll just gain the weight back as soon as you quit the diet. The only thing that works in maintaining a healthy weight for life is to make healthy changes you can live with. If you can't see yourself being on this diet a year from now, 10 years from now... then it is not a sustainable solution to weight loss.
I never "dieted" to lose weight. I learned how to eat healthy, manage my cravings/indulgences, become more active and fit.
"Toning" is marketing muscles to women who are afraid if they pick up a barbell, they'll leave the gym looking like She-Hulk. It doesn't happen, what does happen is you get results. Lifting Barbie weights does nothing but waste time.
Fitness Minutes: (14,252)
9,691 4/23/13 11:50 A
Run this one through the fad diet check, and see what you come up with:
And before you start, think about it. It claims to help you lose weight by pressing *beads* behind your ears.
And given that their website looks like something made on FrontPage 20 years ago, and t hey give you NO information about their claims without attending a "no obligation" orientation session, this smells like a scam, and I'd stay far, far away.
I have never heard of either of these, but my question to you is why would you put yourself on such a restrictive diet. What's wrong with eating more fruit and veggies and lean proteins? Why not work toward something that you can sustain the rest of your life?
Just wondering if anyone has tried the Bead Diet. I met a few people who had tremendous success on this diet and really fast. It is very restrictive, just curious if anyone has tried it and if it works?
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