I just tried a high protein diet called Dukan Diet and after one day I was already feeling sick. Now I'm back to Weight Watcher's Flex Plan. It's a little annoying having to measure and track all of your food, but it allows me to eat whatever I want as long as I keep the portions in mind.
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I did low carb for a while. What they say is true. Once you go off of it, you tend to gain it all back and quick! I lost 100 pounds in 6 months and it probably took me three months to put it back on. I finding diets don't work. A person has to change their way of eating all together.
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Hmmm. I'm not very familiar with the actual dietary reccomendations associated with the Blood Type Diet, but the scientific reasoning behind the concept is extremely flawed. D'Adamo also has a lot of his facts wrong concerning blood types, specifically the evolution of blood types. I have a fairly strong scientific background and have been volunteering for Canadian Blood Services for over 3 years. I'm not bashing the diet itself, because I don't really know what it is, just letting you know that the concept is very much pseudo-science. I'm an O and could NEVER follow 'the hunter' diet, yuck. But if it works for you, then awesome.
That's great. I started this diet I heard about through a neighbor, it's the Blood Type Diet. With my blood type it said I should be a vegetarian, eating tofu, fish, veggies and fruits. I'm going to give it a try for about a week and see how it goes, I will keep you all posted on what come of this. I think it should be for more than a week to give it a real shot. I will say this I have not eaten meat for 2 days and I do have a little more energy than normal.
I don't really consider it a 'diet', I really see this as a lifestyle change, but the Eat-Clean Diet truly made eating right click for me. It helped change my mindset about food, wanting to feed my body good, nourishing, whole food rather than processed garbage. Also, I find it is pretty easy to adhere to.
What "Diets" have you tried? Were they successful? If they failed, what was the reason for the failure?
* I have tried watching my portions and eating better. The failure was on my part. My husband and kids refused to eat healthy. After a while of cooking not so great meals and tweaking them for me, it got to me and I simply tapered off.
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