There are a lot of diet plans available at there, and it can be a pretty tough go sometimes to figure out which one is right for you. There’s low-carb, low-calorie, low-fat, flexible, strict, rotation, and more. All of that information can get pretty confusing.
Fortunately, there’s a way you can research diet plans in depth before you try them out. In other words, go online and take a look at diet plans that might match what you’re looking for. It can be pretty tough indeed if you start a diet, only to realize that it’s not for you.
There are several reasons people don’t follow diet plans well, in that the diet plan may have foods you don’t like, may advocate too much or too little exercise compared to what you want, doesn’t instruct you well enough and how to do it, or isn’t suited to you and your lifestyle. Unfortunately, when you fail, you blame yourself. However, it’s probably really true that you didn’t fail; instead, you picked a plan that wasn’t right for you.
There are a lot of different diets out there for a reason. That is, they all work for someone. So, every plan is not going to be right for everyone. Remember this as you research various diet plans that can help you lose weight. What you want is a safe diet plan and a great diet plan — for you. Remember that no diet plan is “great” if it doesn’t fit you. Just because your friend is having success with a certain diet doesn’t mean you will, too.
It’s pretty common, in fact, that a friend of yours will rave about a particular diet, so you try it and it just doesn’t work for you. That leaves you on your search for something that’s going to fit you. There are lots of “diet review sites” out there that are going to let you review several plans at once so that you can make better choices.
Be careful, though, because many diet plan review sites are actually worthless, in that their purpose is to sell a particular product. What you want is a diet plan review site that’s well put together and that has valuable information about each diet plan, including drawbacks and advantages. And of course, you want honest opinions about why these diets work or why they don’t.
There are lots of great diet plans out there, but a great diet plan isn’t necessarily going to be your diet plan. For that reason, there’s now a review site that can help you make an informed decision about the right diet plan for you. After all, that’s the first step in your weight loss journey, and it’s got to be right for you.
Because you can see what’s involved in each diet plan, you’ll know right away whether or not a particular plan is right for you. You can start out by feeling confident that you’ve chosen the right one so that you can be successful, which brings you much closer to your goal of ultimate weight loss.
Finally, once and for all, you can lose the fat and have the body you want. Lose weight fast and permanently by determining what your hidden habits are so that you’ll no longer fail. For example, if you’ve been a yo-yo dieter, you can stop doing that and rediscover true and healthy weight loss. It’s time to unleash the new you.
By: Ricardo D Argence
The Paleo Diet is based upon what grok the Caveman did, and ate. Cross Fit applauds the Paleo Diet, which was ranked last by medical experts in USNEWS & WORLD REPORTS. If it wasn’t done by cavemen, then it shouldn’t be done by you.
This is why if you join crossfit, you don’t shower after working out and getting sweaty. Afterall, Cavemen didn’t have showers. Or soap. So in order to preserve the bacteria, you should wear it. Don’t worry, crossfit gyms have something called a "crossfit puke bucket" if either the smell of paleo B.O. or the horrible taste of raw organ meats makes you have to throw up.
Crossfit Fitness palaces have pukebuckets because the paleo diet is hard on the human body, and wrecks cardio and endurance, so even a light-weight workout of burpees often makes crossfitters throw up. Then lie on the floor full of sweat because they are mentally and athletically exhausted. Paleo and Crossfit make your muscle dwindle, because the paleo diet is catabolic. Without enough carbs, your body needs to cannibalize something else. First it’s fat. This is why those on lowcarb atkins paleo ketogenic diets often report losing weight, at first, but then these diets exhaust the fat and begin using protein as fuel. Yes, that means if you go on a Paleo diet, or lowcarb, or atkins, you’re essentially "teaching your body to eat away at your own muscle". By eating high protein, your body now thinks protein is fuel. What else is made of protein? Muscles. So you’ve taught your body to eat it’s own muscles, decreasing their mass. Paleo and lowcarb, deprivation of grains and carbs, is the opposite of what you want for bodybuilding. Picture african tribes, they’re all skinny and sinewy. Like the physique of a marathon runner, not a bodybuilder.
Thus the Paleo Diet and Crossfit have become the laughing-stock of the fitness world, akin to things like "The Shake Weight!" with so many testimonials of people saying how "it works!" and "It worked for me! I lost weight!". Of course if you believe anecdotes and before and afters and chat board commenters, then every infomercial and fitness contraption and diet plan are the "best" right? Because they ALL have pictures of before and after, and people absolutely VOWING up and down that it worked for them. Watch for people touting crossfit and paleo like this. You’ll see it. Meanwhile they’re teaching their bodies to deplete their muscle. It’s catabolic.
And with the estrogenic effects of the compounds now found in steak, including grassfed beef, and even organic meat, men who eat grassfed beef, especially barbequed, begin to grow more effeminate due to the effects of heterocyclic amines only found in meat, such as "PhIP". PhIP which is in grassfed meat and steak has effects like feminine estrogen on males. This is why Crossfit Paleo Diets lack the proper nutrients and come up deficient for bodybuilding and ranked last among diets in terms of human health.
Date Taken: 2012-01-08 16:18:10