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21-Day Daniel Fast

The 21-Day Daniel Fast is based on a three-week vegetarian diet written about in the Old Testament of the Bible. According to the Women’s World article “Lose 40 Lbs. on the 21-day fast that Melts Resistant Fat!” people can transform their health and cut their risk of heart disease by 30 percent, reduce their blood pressure by 14 points, and prevent diabetes by 20 percent. Continue Reading »

Fruit and Vegetable Diet: One of the Best Ways to Lose Weight Healthfully

The best way to lose weight healthfully is pretty simple: eat less red meat, consume fewer sweets, refined grains and salt and drink fewer sweetened beverages. Eat more vegetables and fruit. If most of your diet consists of fruits and vegetables, you should have no problem losing weight and keeping it off. There are a few different ways to follow a fruit and vegetable diet. Continue Reading »

Raw Food Diet Plan

The raw food diet plan is sometimes referred to as raw foodism or rawism. Basically, most raw-food dieters eat plant-based, organic foods that are not processed or cooked. Many raw food activists are vegans–meaning they eat no meat, poultry, eggs or dairy products. There are, however, some raw foodists who eat eggs and cheese made from unpasteurized or raw milk.

While the science behind the raw food diet is still being debated, most avid raw food followers insist that food eaten in its natural state promotes the best health. It boosts energy, boosts the immune system and helps people lose weight. Continue Reading »

Plant Based Diet: Great for Weight Loss and Health

Get Thin and Improve Your Appearance

Are you considering a plant-based diet? Now more than ever more and more people are going vegan, even if it’s only for a few days a week. A plant-based diet is in vogue. It’s now the cool and the sophisticated way to eat your way to optimum health, eat your way skinny and eat your way to a healthier, more youthful appearance.

Improve Your Health

Food that’s high in meat, fat and sodium and low in fiber is linked to an increase of chronic diseases, but the more plant foods in your diet, the more likely you’ll avoid obesity and illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension and certain cancers, say health experts like Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., (Forks Over Knives Diet).

Live Longer

You’ll also probably live longer choosing plants over animals. When you cut back or eliminate animal products, you gain “more health-promoting nutrients, such as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients,” says Sharon Palmer in the July 2011 Environmental Nutrition article “The Power of Plants in Your Diet.”

Help the Environment

A plant-based diet is also good for the environment. These foods have a lower impact on the earth than meat, poultry, fish, dairy products and eggs. Eating only one to two vegetarian meals a week is more effective than driving a hybrid car in terms of global warming, states an October 2010 scientific report from the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition (Palmer).

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Juicing for Weight Loss

Juicing for weight loss can also lead to other health benefits like “more energy, increased immunity, anti-aging effects [and] better bone health,” says Nicole Cormier, R.D., and co-author of The Everything Juicing Book in Lauren Piscopo’s Natural Health article “Get Juiced.”

Here are some health tips to maximize your juicing weight loss and health benefits. Continue Reading »

Vegan Weight Loss

Think it’s not cool to go vegan? Look again. Going vegan has been becoming more and more mainstream and popular. Some say it’s the best way to lose weight and improve health. Bill Clinton recently announced he’s a vegan, according to the Huffington Post article “Bill Clinton, Champion of the Plant-Based Diet, Goes Vegan.”

Along with Clinton are some other notable vegans including “Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich, “Biggest Loser” trainer Bob Harper, actress Olivia Wilde and even Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.”

According to Sharon Palmer in the June 2011 Environmental Nutrition article “The Path to a Healthy Vegan Diet,” “health experts are coming forward with scientific evidence promoting the benefits of diets that are based on plants, rather than animals.”

Besides the loss of extra pounds and maybe an increase in popularity, you can expect to reap health benefits like reduced chronic illnesses, reduced risks for ischemia, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, cancer and lower LDL cholesterol and blood pressure, says Karmeen Kulkarni, M.S., R.D., Director of Scientific Affairs at Abbott Diabetes Care as quoted in Palmer’s article.

If you’re considering a plant-based diet, here are some vegan weight loss tips. Continue Reading »