I think that each of these different "diet" books and plans, may perhaps have *some* grains of truth buried in them.... but you have to sort through some stupid stuff to find those grains sometimes. That's why for good, solid information on nutrition, I rely on Spark. And compare the claims of various authors etc, against what Spark says.
For example, claiming you can eat or drink anything that is specifically going to target belly fat. Not true.
My own personal eating has evolved-- and is continuing to evolve-- over time. The beauty of the Spark program, is that I get to choose. I can have a Dunkin Donut if I want it. Or I can choose to cut out the sugar and just have fruit. Or decide that I want that fruit to be organic. Whatever-- it's my choice exactly how I want to do it.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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