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Daemon
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DASH Diet Rated Best Overall

For the fifth year in a row, US News & World Report has named the DASH diet the best overall diet. DASH—which stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension—is a diet high in fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products; low in saturated and total fat; low in cholesterol; and high in fiber. DASH was rated by a panel of experts above 34 other diets, including such popular options as Weight Watchers, the Mediterranean diet, and the Paleo diet. More...
Bryn Kinnaird
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I'm trying Paul McKennas "I can make you thin" program, seems like very good advice. Has any one else tried this ?
NeuroticHellFem
Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015 9:54:49 AM

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With so many so-called "diet gurus", it's good to know what people should really be doing.
striker
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it is sense c0ommon
Fredric-frank Myers
Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015 8:03:10 PM

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What a wonderful diet and a way to stay healthy, happy and fit, I highly recommend this approach to your life's goals.
Tovarish
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The Australian CSIRO diet has been top of our charts down here, they have released very successful recipe books too.
Barnacle Barney Bill
Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015 8:34:23 PM

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I believe the key to healthy eating and living is moderation. Too much of a good thing is no so good. Many believe that hamburgers and french fries are bad for a healthy diet but provide that same diet to many third world countries and the diet would save lives and improve health. Many people simply just over eat. Triple bacon cheeseburger. Large Fry. Large soda. Dessert. There is enough calories in that one lunch for two or three days recommended calorie intake.
Tovarish
Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015 8:38:25 PM

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Barney it is so difficult when your mobility is impaired, if you are not burning off the calories, it doesn't matter how much you concern yourself with portion control.

Something we all need to understand, sugar is not a food nor a food group.
L.Rai
Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015 8:45:42 PM

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WOW I have never been on a diet...but don't hate me. I just live with two simple concepts about eating:

1. The C-food concept: I see food and I eat it. It seems to work well most of the time.

2. The budget concept: I have money so I can buy groceries, I don't so I eat less and hope to make it until payday. This also seems to work out fine but not my first choice.

3. The moderation concept: It a combo of the two but in moderation. Just eating enough and stretching the budget to last.

I find for me #3 seems to work out the best.
Dr WWWW
Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015 10:28:46 PM

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Reading about diets makes me very hungry. In particular, reading Barnacle's list of horror food makes me regret swearing off any eating after 7 PM, particularly that bacon cheeseburger.
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