Eating healthfully and exercising more is not enough for a successful weight loss plan. Dieting without planning brings nothing but depression for most dieters. There are lots of diet plans available and most of them don’t work. Some of them are even threatening to your health. Here are the top 5 popular and fastest weight loss plan for 2017.
Biggest Loser Diet:
Six weeks of healthy food and regular exercise not only is a great start to a weight-loss journey but also helps prevent or reverse diabetes, cuts the risk for cancer, dementia and Alzheimer’s, improves your heart health, and boosts your immune system fast. Cut the calories, workout and watch the pounds melt off.
New Atkins diet:
The New Atkins diet promises to turn your body into a fat-burning machine. By the starving of carbohydrates, your body will start to burn fat for energy. During the first phase of the diet, designed for rapid weight loss, you’re on a protein-rich diet with no restrictions on fat and a daily carbohydrate allowance of 20 to 25g.
The theory of this diet is a meal replacement, which is said to help people cut 3x as much weight compared to traditional diets. You can have low-calorie shakes, meals, nutrition bars, multigrain hot cereal, fruits, and vegetables in place of other meals and snacks. You’re going to receive food for the first 3 weeks to drop weight as fast as possible; then, the transition to the second phase begins where the diet is less structured and you’ll receive food monthly, as well as weekly coaching sessions by phone.
The paleo diet is also known as the caveman diet. It consists of foods that can be hunted and fished like meat and seafood – and foods that can be gathered – such as eggs, nuts, fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices. Cereal grains including wheat, dairy, refined sugar, potatoes, and salt – as well as anything processed – are strictly off the menu. This is generally seen as a low-carb, high-protein diet, with some variations on carbohydrate and meat intake.
Weight Watchers Diet:
The Weight Watchers Diet is designed to help people eat better, move more and shift their mindset. The program assigns every food and beverage a SmartPoints value based on its nutritional elements. So if you’re choosing between a cup of lobster bisque soup or a chicken salad sandwich – both 380 calories – the sandwich is the smarter choice. A backbone of the plan is multi-model access to support from people who lost weight using Weight Watchers, kept it off and have been trained in behavioral weight management techniques.
While I’m a big believer in “everything in moderation”, all of the diet plans mentioned above may help jumpstart weight loss, but more importantly, put you in the mindset of living a healthy lifestyle.
Have a great week! 😉