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Yourwellness Magazine Follows Up Crash Dieting Report

London, UK (PRWEB UK) 20 April 2013

According to a recent report in the Times of India, crash diets can lead to an iron deficiency, from which anaemia can develop. Macrobiotic nutritionist Shonali Sabherwal noted that she?s had patients who believe they can stay healthy by only consuming salads and soups. ?However, by skipping essential nutrition categories like carbs, which contain a lot of iron, they put themselves at the risk of anaemia.” With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazines investigated crash diets, and asked its readers to debate; Do Crash Diets Work?

For reader Fiona, crash dieting is the only way to lose weight that works for her. ?I always plan to go on a diet several weeks before the holiday starts, but somehow I never manage it in time and always end up needing to lose pounds at the last minute?They might not be much fun but they definitely do work.? Fiona noted that she combats the potential threat of vitamin deficiency by taking a multivitamin, and so a crash diet, which is almost always based on soup, salads, fruit and vegetables, are actually a fairly healthy option.

However, Ruth argued that crash dieting is not worth the bother. ?I did try a crash diet once when I wanted to lose a few pounds before a friend?s wedding. Apart from being incredibly boring, it made me feel terrible ? I had headaches and couldn?t concentrate. I only stuck to it a couple of days before giving up.? Ruth also noted the crash dieting efforts of a friend of hers who, after quickly slimming down to prepare for a beach holiday, found she had put all the weight back on half-way through the holiday itself.

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Lowcarbfoods.org Offers an e-Book for a Healthy Menu and Dieting Success

(PRWEB) June 26, 2014

Lowcarbfoods.org launches a newsletter offering a free copy of the e-book Complete 7 Day Low-Carb Diet Plan, which is available to new subscribers. The e-book presents a complete set of healthy recipes to help busy low-carbers with their weekly menu.

The e-book was created by the web and content development team at Lowcarbfoods.org to offer power-packed, healthy recipes that fit into a low-carb diet. The e-book helps dieters to add diversity and discover proper nutrition.

?The newsletter offers an e-book that features a set of delicious recipes for balanced nutrition. Many dieters give up on weight loss because they are tired of the same old recipes and meals. The goal is to beat diet boredom and stay on track,? said John Williams, marketing consultant at LowCarbFoods.org.

The new e-book offers tasty recipes for lunch, breakfast, and dinner as well as snack ideas for a healthy menu. There are many recipes for super-quick dinners, healthy brunches, and delicious, festive treats. From starters, soups, and salads to main meals, dieters are free to choose from quick and elaborate recipes for everyday cooking and different occasions. Many dieters are unaware of the food options they have. Others browse over the Internet and are overwhelmed by choices. Not all recipes are created equal. A balanced menu combines healthy fats, protein, and carbohydrates and offers a balanced combination of ingredients. There are many family-friendly recipes and tasty ideas for steady weight loss. Healthy low-carb meals combine generous amounts of fish, lean meat, vegetables, olive oil, and whole grains. A healthful diet means diversity and choice. The e-book the Complete 7 Day Low-Carb Diet Plan offers healthy and tasty options to help visitors make the switch easier. The goal is to offer nutrition-rich recipes and a sample menu for one week that shows the many food choices available, helping dieters to stick to their plan of choice. This is one way to end diet boredom, helping visitors to diversify their menu with tasty and budget-friendly meals.

About LowCarbFoods.org: LowCarbFoods.org is an informational resource designed to offer unbiased information on low carb diets and lifestyle.







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