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Low Glycemic Diet

Low Glycemic Diet

A low-glycemic diet is a diet based on foods that don't have much effect on your blood sugar. Low glycemic foods are those foods with a glycemic index (GI) of 55 or less. These foods are high in dietary fiber and complex carbohydrates. Brown rice and oatmeal are good examples of low GI foods. The goal of a low glycemic diet is to provide your body with a slow and steady level of glucose from food, allowing insulin levels to remain low and balanced. Read more...

Bodybuilding Diet Plan

Bodybuilding Diet Plan

A good bodybuilding diet plan is an essential part of bodybuilding. There are two primary phases in bodybuilding: bulking and cutting. Bulking phase is all about eating plenty of food in order to gain muscle mass. In the cutting phase, you need to gradually lower your daily intake of calories, carbohydrates and fats. The idea behind the cutting phase is to decrease the excess body fat while keeping as much muscle as possible. Read more...

Six-pack Diet Plan

Six-pack Diet Plan

A six-pack is made in the kitchen, not the gym. Your abdominal muscles are covered with body-fat, and the only way to get the six pack you want is to get rid of the fat first. In order to reduce body-fat, you need to eat less calories than you burn in a day. Gradually reduce your daily caloric intake to decrease body-fat levels. A good rule to follow would be to lower your daily caloric intake by 500 calories per day. Read more...

The Apple Diet

The Apple Diet

The Apple diet is based on the consumption of large amounts of apples in different forms such as juices, baked, dried or raw. This diet is very simple and easy to follow. All you need to do is eat only apples for 3 or 5 days. Eat them as much as you wish. The Apple diet is a great way to lose weight and improve your health. Read more...



The Oatmeal Diet

The Oatmeal Diet

The Oatmeal Diet usually consists of eating oatmeal at every major meal. Along with the oatmeal you can eat a small serving of other food such as skim milk, fruits, vegetables and nuts. Oats are a great source of carbohydrates, which provides the human body with necessary energy. The calories you intake on the first week should only be about 900-1200 calories per day. The first 7 days of the oatmeal diet, you should to eat nothing but oatmeal. Read more...

Plant Based Diet

Plant Based Diet

A plant based diet is one that provides relatively large amounts of vegetables, fruits, whole-grains, legumes, nuts and seeds, and zero animal products. This diet is rich in dietary fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. These micronutrients are essential part of a healthy and balanced diet. Eating foods rich in fiber makes you feel fuller, and prevents overeating. Plant based diet plan can help to reduce your body weight and lower levels of bad cholesterol. Read more...

Japanese Diet Plan

Japanese Diet Plan

The Japanese diet plan is considered to be one of the healthiest in the world, and for that reason the Japanese people have an average life expectancy far greater than the western world. The foundation of a traditionally prepared Japanese meal is often rice. Japan is surrounded by sea, and therefore much of Japanese food involves seafood dishes. They eat threes servings of fish a week, on average. They also eat lots of soy products and fresh vegetables. Read more...



Muscle Building Diet

Muscle Building Diet

An effective muscle building diet is crucial when trying to bulk up. In order to learn how to build muscle, you should know some things about muscle growing. Firstly, you need to have an excess of calories to make new muscle growth possible. In order to build muscle your body needs excess energy. Secondly, you need to eat more protein if you want to gain muscle. Read more...

Flat Stomach Diet

Flat Stomach Diet

The flat stomach diet is a eating plan that involves restricting calories, eating healthy food, and eliminating junk food. You are what you eat and if you eat junk, it will show up on you in unwanted areas such as your belly. A flat stomach is made in the kitchen, not in the gym. It is important to understand that exercises will not reduce the layer of fat that covers your stomach. The only way to reduce stubborn belly fat is through healthy diet. If you want a flat stomach, having the right flat stomach diet is very important. Read more...

Dairy Free Diet

Dairy Free Diet

A dairy free diet contains absolutely no dairy products (milk products): no milk, cheese, cream, yogurt or cheese. The most common reason people follow a dairy free diet is due to milk allergy. Milk allergy is when your immune system reacts to proteins in milk. The second most common reason people follow a dairy free diet is due to lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance is when someone has difficulty absorbing and digesting lactose, a type of sugar found in milk. Read more...

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