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Selling voluntary dental shouldn’t be like pulling teeth.: An article from: National Underwriter Life & Health

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Selling voluntary dental shouldn’t be like pulling teeth.: An article from: National Underwriter Life & Health

Dietary Weight – Loss Supplements – Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Finally parents of teeny-weeny anorexic girls can breathe easy. Girls are not going to cling to their size-zero images anymore; not even if they tried to. And that is not because they tried and failed and are trying again. But it is the other way around. Those who had been promoting the anorexic image as healthy have gone the full circle and lost steam.

The social repercussions in the schools and colleges of US and the UK that followed the promotion of the size zero images set about many debates and discussions in the air and was finally brought to an end. So finally the popular fashionable misconceptions about the size zero images are dead. And while this transformation is helping full-bodied, large sized women accepting their looks as healthy, it is not helping the fuller bodied or the obese.

Women, in general, are found to carry more fat than men on an average probably because of lower levels of physical activity when compared to men. The shape of America is changing with over 50% of its citizens embracing obesity voluntarily and unconsciously. Though most are aware of the health risks they are liable to, there is usually very little initiative from their part to bring down their body weight unless serious warning signs start showing up.

For some, obesity runs in the family; for others it might be a due to lethargic lifestyles and bad food habits combined with lack of enough exercise. Whatever the case may be, obesity is bad news that you learn to live with everyday unless one takes an informed decision to tackle the issue head on. The availability of oceans of advice on how to lose a few kilos – from Atkins diet to flavored green tea bags to ear stapling – on the net does not help unless one is sure which one is going to bring about the desired results.

In spite of overflowing choices, the time compatible and productive strategies that could usher in some success remain beyond the reach of those in need because most are positively undecided about which weight loss program to go for or which weight loss supplement to chose from. On one side there is the growing debate on the pros and cons of dietary weight loss supplements, there is also growing fear among the use of advertised ingredients and the non-advertised ingredients that one consumes alongside and their side effects.

While some may find the time and the will power to hit a gym at least a few times a week others only live with the aspirations of working out and the frustration of not being able to continue the process after a few sessions. Others who can afford to go in for surgery have the option of gastroplasty and such. The best logical solution for people with lack of time and the physical effort to lose weight are diet and weight loss supplements. But choosing the right weight loss supplement is in itself like searching for a needle in a haystack. A weight loss supplement need not necessarily be herbal but has to be one that does not create any side effects. And while many thousands of such over the counter prescriptions are available on online as well as in pharmacies, it is imperative to make informed decisions in choosing which is best for you. And if you are lucky enough to find the right prescription that could help you shed a few kilos, then stick to it till you have shed the excess weight and are on course to happier days.

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The author of this article is an expert in finding the best diet weight loss supplements. She has written lots of informative articles about weight loss supplements for young women. She all knows lots of information about the green nutrition supplements

Why You Should’nt Try the Cabbage Soup Diet

Hello my name is William Messruther and I am a dieting consultant. I have been specialising in this field for around 6 years now and I focus my studies on fad diets, wether they work and the effects they can have on your body. For the next few weeks I will be writing articles for as many different fad diets as I can find myself. Here is my next installment, talking about the Cabbage Soup Diet.

The Cabbage Soup Diet, also known as The Sacred Heart Diet, Military Cabbage Soup Diet, TJ Miracle Soup Diet and the Russian Peasant Diet is basically a heavy consumption of low-calorie cabbage soup over a period of 7 days and has the intentions of losing you 10lbs in that time, from my point of view, this amount of weight loss in this short period of time is nearly impossible and unhealthy, and the lost weight will mostly be of water. The ‘pros’ of this diet are said to be fast weight loss, you can eat as much food as you want, that’s listed, and it provides a good kick start to other diets.

Typically, the diet consists of eating cabbage soup every day, complemented by some fruit, veg or beef, and drinks are limited to water except where stated otherwise. They say there are 6 key factors that make this diet successful and they are to follow the diet religiously, drink at least 4 glasses of water per day, remember that its only for 7 days, use multivitamin tablets to compliment, eat as much soup as you can and don’t go hungry, try spices to liven it up and break the monotony. A typical diet looks like this;

 Day 1 – Cabbage soup, as much fruit as you like, excluding bananas

 Day 2 – Cabbage soup, vegetables including 1 baked potato with a little butter

 Day 3 – Cabbage soup, fruit and veg excluding potatoes and bananas

 Day 4 – Cabbage soup, up to 8 bananas and as much skimmed milk as you want

 Day 5 – Cabbage soup, up to 20 ounces of beef and up to six tomatoes

 Day 6 – Cabbage soup, as much beef and veg (excluding potatoes) as you want

 Day 7 – Cabbage soup, brown rice, veg (excluding potatoes) and unsweetened fruit juice

I will now give you my verdict on the cabbage soup diet and explain why I think you should not try it. First of all this is purely a short-term weight loss offering and unsuitable for a long term diet. This being because it is low calorie, low fat and very high fiber. You will go through several days at a time taking extremely high sodium and pretty much zero protein. This is unhealthy. You will feel nauseous, weak and have decreased concentration levels. Another common side effect is extremely bad wind! So you may want to keep those windows open at home and in the office! I do not recommend this diet to anybody.

If you are serious about losing weight healthily and keeping it off long term, you can get my reviews and discount prices on the top weight loss programs in the industry at SimpleDietReview

willgbr PhotoAbout Author
If you found this article useful, head on over to www.simpledietreview.com for my personal Reviews on the top online diet programs. W. Messruther, Dieting Consultant.

Why You Should’nt Try the 3 Day Diet

The 3 Day Diet Plan, Reviewed!

Hello my name is William Messruther and I am a dieting consultant. I have been specialising in this field for around 6 years now and I focus my studies on fad diets, wether they work and the effects they can have on your body. For the next few weeks I will be writing articles for as many different fad diets as I can find myself. Here is my first installment, talking about the 3 day diet plan.

The 3 day diet seems to be one of the most popular short-term fad diets these days. It offers fast weight loss of about 10lbs within the 3 days, and is based on a low carb diet and a calorie intake of around 1000c per day. The diet promises fast weight loss, lower cholesterol, cleansing and increased energy, however there is no real proof available of these said ‘facts’. This is probably why it appeals to so many people! Unfortunately, this weight loss is due to an immediate drop in calorie intake, some of which is fat and most of it is water loss. Due to this i’m sorry to say that most people put this weight back on soon after!

The diet is rather strict in what you can eat and drink and you must stick to it precisely and portions must be adhered to to get the results. The combination of the select foods apparently creates a metabolic reaction which boosts fat burning, however there is no documentation to back this up! The diet is supplemented with a strict 3 day eating plan and in addition dieters must drink 4 cups of water or zero-calorie drinks, an example of this is, for one day;
 breakfast
 black coffee or tea with 1or2 sachets of sweet&low or equivalent
 1/2 a grapefruit or juice
 1 piece of toast with light spreading of peanut butter

 Lunch
 black coffee or tea with 1or2 sachets of sweet&low or equivalent
 1/2 a cup of tuna
 1 piece of toast

 Dinner
 3ounce of lean meat or chicken
 1 cup of green beans and 1 cup of carrots
 1 apple
 1 cup of regular ice cream

This doesn’t seem so bad I hear you saying, so now i’ll tell you how wrong you actually are! With such a low calorie and nutrient intake you will feel hungry all the time making this diet hard to stick too. On top of that you will feel tired and depressed. The biggest danger this diet imposes is that you do the 3 day dieting then go back to eating normally, while cutting out junk food, then back on the 3 day diet and so on. This causes a side effect called “Y0-y0” weight loss meaning you are constantly up and down in weight and harming your metabolism. This ultimately makes it harder in the long run to lose weight and keep it off. Oh, and one other thing, expect to have bad wind a LOT while on this diet – you may want to keep those office windows open!!

So there you have it. My verdict is that I seriously do not recommend this diet because of the side effects it poses. This is a fast weight loss solution, not a healthy weight loss solution, and even worse, not a long term option! If you are serious about healthy long term weight loss, visit my diet review website at http://www.simpledietreview.com

willgbr PhotoAbout Author
If you found this article useful, head on over to www.simpledietreview.com for my personal Reviews on the top online diet programs. W. Messruther, Dieting Consultant.

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