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  • Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue.
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  • (diet) a prescribed selection of foods
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  • Restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight
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The Pink Ribbon Diet: A Revolutionary New Weight Loss Plan to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk
The Pink Ribbon Diet: A Revolutionary New Weight Loss Plan to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk
In a study funded by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Foundation, Dr. Mary Flynn researched the effects of an olive-oil-and-plant-based diet on overweight women who had previously undergone treatment for invasive breast cancer. Now, she reveals her findings in The Pink Ribbon Diet. Not only is this program more effective than the National Cancer Institute’s recommended low-fat diet, but it is also a diet that women find more satisfying and can thereby sustain for life.
The Pink Ribbon Diet features 150 recipes that naturally emphasize Mediterranean foods with nutrients thought to lower breast-cancer risk and foods that improve biomarkers, indicators of risk. This diet has been effective in helping women who have had breast cancer and those at risk of getting it to avoid unhealthy weight gain and safeguard their health.

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This isn't photo I took, but it's something I'm very proud of. I'm now slightly more than halfway to my goal of 200 pounds. Given this chart, I should be at my target weight by mid summer! This chart is the result of me, about 8 weeks ago, joining the 20/20 Lifestyles Program offered by ProClub and sponsored by my employer. This is a comprehensive weight management and lifestyle adaptation program that involves: 1. A very strict diet plan. For me, this is 5 meals & 1500 calories per day each and every day. It includes food logging, specific food groups at certain times of the day, and a very methodical approach to planning meals and eating them. The diet is exceptionally healthy, and has been great to be on. 2. A very strict workout regiment. This means a personal trainer 3 days per week, and doing cardio for 60 minutes on my own 3 days per week. Much of my recent hiking activities are in order to meet the cardio requirements in a way I find more enjoyable than sitting on an elliptical machine. 3. Weekly nutritionist meeting to review food log, weight goals, and bodily responses to newly introduced foods. 4. A group therapy session for people to share in-progress difficulties and success related to the program and it's results. Overall the program is great, and my goal of being “ripped up” looks to be about 4 months away. Side effects have been: large blood pressure drop (130/90 -> 120/60. I’m probably 110/55 by now), resting heart rate has dropped significantly, and my ability to “climb hills” has jumped by a tremendous amount. Climbs that before would have taken my 2 or 3 hours are now 1 hour in length with no stops. I can almost keep up with my dog! At this point, things are kind of rough: None of my pants fit me – not even close. None of my belts fit. I’m swimming in my shirts. My workout clothes (shorts, etc) keep falling down if I forget to tie the waste strings. I’m hesitant to buy new stuff, as it’s only going to fit for 3 weeks or so. Even my shoes are getting a bit too wide. Who knew my feet would shrink? Anyway, this is just something I’m proud of, and thought I would share with the world…
Happy Proof
Happy Proof
October 15, 2008--Happy Day! In January of this year, I weighed 149 pounds & felt chunky & middle-aged. A health scare gave me the incentive to change my lifestyle. I eliminated salt, sugar, & processed foods from my diet & replaced them with lots of fresh fruits & vegetables, as well as whole grains. I put away my full-sized dinner plates & cut down on portion size at meals. I, also, have been trying to walk 30-45 minutes on my treadmill each day. I found, to my surprise, that I started to drop 1- 1 1/2 pounds a week! In nine months, I've dropped 30 pounds! Since it is the result of a lifestyle change, rather than a diet, I suspect I'll be able to keep the weight off. I weigh each day & record my weight once a week. I feel great & look much more fit. The only downside (if there is one) is that I've had to get rid of most of my clothes, because they just hang off me! Too bad! : ) Yay, me! Update, as of August, 2010--Still maintaining my weight loss. My blood pressure & cholesterol numbers are improved & I've managed to find new clothes. It's a continuing challenge, because at 40+ years of age, weight goes on much more easily than it comes off, but it still feels great!

new weight loss diets
new weight loss diets
The New Beverly Hills Diet: The latest weight-loss research that explains a conscious food-combining program for LIFELONG SLIMHOOD
Imagine a program where you can indulge in your favorite foods--from steak to pasta, and even champagne--and still lose weight easily. Then imagine being able to maintain your new slim shape forever. With this new program, author Judy Mazel has made your dreams a reality. She shows you how to take charge of the foods you eat to achieve a lifestyle eating plan that will keep you off the "fat track" for good.
The secret to your new slimhood rests with Conscious Combining. Refined and expanded from its introduction in Mazel's original book, this technique teaches you how and when to mix different food groups for optimum weight control. You'll also learn the four golden rules of weight management, plus the significance of enzyme interaction in weight loss.
The program now includes a 35-day "Born Again Skinny" diet with recipes for your new food lifestyle. This is a diet many Hollywood stars have embraced. Judy's private client list has included luminaries such as Jack Nicholson, Jodie Foster, Maria Shriver and Engelbert Humperdinck. They, and countless others, found this to be the lifestyle eating plan that changed their shape forever.

"It isn't what you eat or how much you eat that makes you fat, it is when you eat and what you eat together," announces this follow-up to the smash original Beverly Hills diet plan. In a switch from the original, this updated version gives day-to-day advice and support and a full 35-day menu plan that includes a more balanced diet that includes animal protein (the first 10 days of the original diet included nothing but fruit). There's no portion control or forbidden foods, ergo the book's mantra: "Cheesecake and cheekbones, hamburgers and hipbones." Enthusiastic and encouraging author Judy Mazel dropped from 180 to 108 pounds by following this diet, optimizing the enzymatic action of foods by eating fruits by themselves, by not mixing carbohydrates with proteins or eating carbohydrates after proteins, and by following protein with protein. The many additional rules of this diet may be hard to keep track of, but the guideline that's easy to remember is that champagne goes with everything (however, wine goes with fruit, and other alcoholic beverages should be combined with other carbohydrates). Warning: some of the prescribed fruits--there are mangoes, papayas, pineapples, and apricots galore--will be hard to find out of season for anyone who doesn't live in southern California.

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