Anyone try the 17 day diet?
Topic: Anyone try the 17 day diet?
June 19, 2019 / By Faith Question:
I'm considering buying the 17 Day Diet book and trying it out - I'd like to hear anything about it. Thank you.
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Connie | 7 days ago
This diet is not a fad quick diet. If you look into it you'll notice it goes for as long as it takes to lose the weight by repeating the first 3 cycles. Once you are at the weight you want you go to the fourth cycle which basically teaches you portion control. I love it, I started 2 days ago and the lunches arent that great but both dinners ive had are awesome. The book is an easy read an I lost 2 lbs in the first day. There is a lot of green tea and water though, and the first cycle is very strict, but it is worth it. Not only do you lose weight but you feel better. In 2 days I wake up feeling refreshed instead of groggy and bloated. And it def doesn't leave you hungry at all! your plenty full. I highly recommend it
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I had seen this on "The Doctors" yesterday. They were vague about what it consisted of, probably to leave people wondering and making them buy the book.
Supposedly it takes your body 17 days to get to used to something so after 17 days you shock your system with a new 17 day diet routine, and so on and so forth.
Im pondering whether or not to try it
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Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last couple years, I'm sure you've heard of the Paleo Diet. Read here https://tr.im/k56V5
I hate to even call it a diet, because it's really just the real way that humans have eaten for almost 1.9 Million years, as opposed to the modern-day processed food diet full of grains, sugars, and processed vegetable oils.
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I'm getting ready to start it myself. This diet (way of life) is starting to take off due to the TV show "The Doctors". From what I read in the review, it's clear, simple and very organized. This diet reminds of the "Fat Smash Diet" which was also written by a doctor. Go to the source site and scroll down to the bottom, read the comment by Terri Sinclair, she is doing the diet and commenting about it.
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hey Richard, I went to the daily apple website, and I guess its too much info for me to understand or I couldnt quite find what I was looking for. Whats the basis of this diet? I see there are "supplements", but I cant figure out the diet exactly. Could you take the time and give me a quick overview? Thanks a bunch
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I'd recommend against any form of crash diet like this.
Have you heard of the Paleo Diet? That is the diet my wife and I follow. After 3 months she had lost close to 50lbs and there's no "crash" or "rebound" because you're making sincere changes to your eating habits.
If you're willing to look, here are some people who have had great success:
I'm not affiliated with the above site in any way. I just thought you might appreciate some additional options.
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Originally Answered: whats a good cutting diet/routine.can someone make me a diet plan?
go low gi diet, don't cut out carbs just go low gi carbs, carbs raise blood sugar, blood sugar activates insulin release, insulin stores fat, you do eat a bloody lot of food but this is the easy way to reduce that i know of. lose the rice and replace it with barley and oats you need to add nuts and where are the veges and fruit, eat as many veges and fruit as you can and lose some meat and where the hell do you buy tilapea? in australia it is a pest and even though it is killing our natural aquatic ecosystem, if we are caught with it in an esky we get fined for having an illegal fish even though they know it has to be killed, some laws are so stupid, anyway you need to stop thinking carbo-load protein building foods and totally pig out on every fruit and veg you can get, cut back some protein and go low gi, this will bring you back in balance.good health