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4 celeb diets to avoid

By Brierley Wright, February 17, 2012 - 12:02pm

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Brierley asks: Have you had success losing weight with any of these diets?


It is wrong to publish that dairy are our sources for calcium and vitamin D when it has been proved that all that is just marketing. The dairy industry needs to make people think that they may get osteoporosis for not drinking milk. That is false. The milk we find in the market were enriched with Vitamin D, that means that milk on its own has not Vitamin D and Calcium is only in small quantities. In addition, every species should stick to that their mothers produce, therefore, milk from cows should be consumed by their babies, calves.


07/15/2013 - 6:29pm

Completely wrong about the dukan diet. Obliviously the author lacked in their research. You can eat dairy. As long as it is fat free or under 5% fat. Make sure there are no added sugars too. 18 oz a day is recommended as the max amount of milk based foods per day.


06/27/2013 - 6:15pm

So because dairy is eschewed, Paleo is bad?? There are plenty of other ways to get vitamin d and calcium without it. Kudos for not trying to rip it apart like every other "nutrition expert" though.


05/22/2013 - 5:07pm

Paleo diet is not high protein... it's moderate protein... You don't have to go strict paleo and can introduce raw milk butter and raw milk cheeses (or pasteurized if your from the uSA).


03/21/2013 - 3:06pm

You are totally misinforming people about the raw diet. Studies support that a plant based diet reduces your risk for cancer and heart disease. You are stating the opposite of these studies by encouraging people to eat meat and dairy products. I suggest you contact Dr. Neil Barnard and his extensive research of the benefits of a plant based diet.


03/08/2013 - 7:55pm

This is why our country is in big trouble. The nutritionist who wrote this article is so misinformed I fear for the readers that follow her advice. Nothing more to really say about this article - what a joke.


03/02/2013 - 2:00pm

The only problem is that you didn't read these books. If you did you would be more educated. You would know that not only does milk destroy the lining of our intestines and promote autoimmune disorders. It also helps create a poor acid/basic environment which leeches calcium out of our bones aka osteoporosis. Not to mention, there are tons of vegetables and meats (mainly fish) that provide a much more absorbable form of calcium.


02/23/2013 - 9:27am

I'm following the dukan diet, I find it really easy to follow, I have been eating dairy whilst on it. Three weeks and I have lost almost three kgs. I'm in the second phase and and you get one cheat day which I find more satisfyed, knowing I have something to look forward to. My only suggestion is to research before to try, and consult you Dr. As I have herd some horror stories from people who have done this diet.


02/22/2013 - 8:45pm

This article is very, very ignorant.


02/21/2013 - 2:55pm

I found this site very useful and I do agree with you on many points im currently on a 60 percent raw food diet and am losing lots of weight but i still eat cooked meat and poultries and fish eggs etc however the one and only thing i have cut out of my diet is dariy because the milk that they offer us does have really bad harmones in it but rather I drink almond milk instead and im super picky on whats going on in my body so i get the really good natural sugar if i get any and also make my own homemade ice cream so that way i know whats in the ice cream but before i was doing this food lifestyle i was on weight watchers and that was just a vicious cycle of losing weight then gaining weight and it really doesnt last or work but thats just my opionion and also i have noticed amazing changes in my body since starting this my energy level has gone up i feel better acne is going away and so many other things


01/31/2013 - 3:07am

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