So you’re thinking of trying to become a healthier you? With so many diets out there, General Motors Diet, the Dukan Diet, Sugar Free, Paleo, Vegan, Five and Two, the list goes on, how exactly do you find one the suits you best? So many things to consider such as you life style, your food preferences, the extent you want to change your life style. Here are some of the top ones at the moment that are being talked about and you can find more information about each of these right here!
This diet, believe it or not, was developed by a car company, no joke! The GM diet, abbreviated from General Motors Diet, was developed by the company for the employees of General Motors and their families. This is a no joke health program that is for people that are serious about losing weight, if you are looking for a healthier lifestyle, maybe reducing sugar or fat from your diet this may not be the one for you. Interested about changing your waist line, head to our specific page about this plan. GM worked with FA and US Department of Agriculture for this one and is a seven day program that if you stick to will help you lose weight. Great for the lead up to a special event but may not be sustainable for the long term.
This program was developed by a Dr. Pierre Dukan. It has 4 phases as part of it and is great for weight loss. The Dukan Diet is a personal favourite one for us here at I need a good diet. It is focused on vegetables and protein and doesn’t look too much into how much you eat but what you are eating. If you don’t like restrictive diets this might not be the right one for you as it is very limiting in what is allowed. However if you aren’t a fan of calorie counting and like to keep it all simple than this one may work for you. The Dukan is also not a quick fix, this is good for people looking to lose a decent amount of weight. As most of the programs we look into this one is big on water intake and also has a requirement of oatbran which is can easily be added to some greek yogurt.
Information on this website is is for informational purposes only. Consult with your doctor about what’s right for you.