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575 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 9, 2012 12:35 PM by kbouw RSS
Jonjon Pro 61 posts since
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Apr 6, 2012 1:54 PM

A new approach to picking a diet

Take a look at PickMyDiet.com. What do you think? Will this help people find diets well suited to their needs?

  • kbouw Rookie 1 posts since
    Apr 9, 2012
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    1. Apr 9, 2012 12:35 PM (in response to Jonjon)
    A new approach to picking a diet

    If I was to make an unbias comment, the website seems to be incredibly limited with diets lacking variety for different options (specifically talking about the same result for #1 diet using numerous combinations). Additionally, the site looks very gimmicky and untrustworthy. The website also sends across a bad message by indirectly promoting unhealthy weight loss by providing "drastic weight-loss solutions" and "temporary diets". This is the exact type of marketing we need to get away from to make any progress with the epidemic surrounding us ;/

     

    Last point.

     

    If anyone was to look beyond the diet craze and compare, they would find a common denominator among almost all diets. They all cut out refined/processed carbohydrates and simple sugars. It's not a case of diet vs. diet but rather diet vs. refined carbs + simple sugars.

     

    It's not what you ARE eating but rather what you are NOT eating.

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