No. 1 Diet Plan?

May 11, 2011 by Post Team 

No. 1 Diet Plan?No. 1 Diet Plan?, With the numerous diet programs appear every day, it becomes almost impossible to know what really works and what will cheat you of your hard earned money. Luckily, Consumer Reports took the guesswork that for you with your most recent study on the qualifications of the diet. It appears that Valerie Bertinelli did well, because Jenny Craig was rated the number one way to lose weight.

In a two-year study, 92 percent of the 332 participants stuck with the Jenny Craig program for two full years. The diet plan combines individual counseling with pre-made, portion-controlled foods. Jenny Craig plan also includes the volume – which was rated number one in the latest Consumer Reports rating dietary study four years ago – on the basis of high bulk power, low-calorie foods.

But Jenny is not for everyone … Kirstie Alley just ask. Accoridng to Dr. Kathleen Melanson, associate professor of nutrition science and nutrition at the University of Rhode Island, “If you’re forcing a diet I hate you, it will be very difficult to follow long term.” What are your other options? Here are the other top diets plans of study include:

1. Jenny Craig (Valerie Bertinelli, Sara Rue, and Queen Latifah)

2. Slim-Fast (Rachel Hunter, Kathie Lee Gifford and Whoopi Goldberg)

3. Weight Watchers (Hudson Jenny McCarthy, Jennifer and Sarah Ferguson)

4. The Zone Diet (Jennifer Aniston, Sarah Jessica Parker and Rene Zellwegger)

5. Tie between Dr. Dean Ornish’s Eat More, Weigh Less, and the Atkins diet


“To lose weight you must burn more calories than you eat, no matter what kind of diet that is … The protein is the most satiating nutrient, followed by high-fiber grains, fruits and vegetables.” – Dean Ornish, M.D

“Refined carbohydrates promote weight gain and type 2 diabetes through its effects on blood sugar and insulin.” – Eric C. Westman, M.D.

“A diet low carb-ish which is rich in vegetables and lean protein such as milk, moderate fruit, with unsaturated fat from sources like olive oil, nuts, avocados and fish [es your best option]. ” – Michael L. Dansinger, M.D.

A good emotional support system is key. “Most people think that we will have the hardest time with that group support, and yet it is the secret ingredient that makes sustainable diet.” – Dean Ornish, M.D

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