It is important to note that any diet can work on some people, because they will change their eating and exercising habits in general as they attempt to lose weight through the diet. Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig diets have been shown (though not necessarily "proven") to help some lose weight.
There are specific diets for weight loss according to blood type, but like many other diets, none have been conclusively proven to work. There is no magic bullet for weight loss.
With a variety of diets out there, it is hard to know which is the best one to choose. Total weight loss varies by individual. The best plan to choose is one that you think you can stick to.
The Brown Fat Revolution Diet has not been neither proven nor dis-proven, as all diets will have effect on some. A good thing to do in all diets is to portion food and exercise (With intake must be calorie expenditure!).
Here's the honest truth, almost any diet will work if you stick to it. Diets have get a bad rap because they are hard to maintain. weight watchers, the zone diet and the south beach diet are all great. you just have to commit.
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One website that offers some specialty diets and compares them is medicine.net. Diets vary from person to person depending on how you pair them with exercise, what your weight loss goal is, and such.
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One of the most famous diets currently on the market is the Dukan diet. This diet has been tested by many people, and hase been proven for many people to loose weight.
Many of the diets and diet products on the market have not been proven by clinical studies as effective in the long term for adults; they certainly have not been proven safe or effective as a solution to weight problems
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Body cleansing diets claim to rid your body of "toxins." There are no medical benefits that have been proven by this diet, however some claim to have lost weight and their bodies feel better after the diet.
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The 17 Day Carb Diet is a good one; it has been reviewed in publications such as USA Today and others and has been proven to be effective if you stick to it. Otherwise the effectiveness of diets varies from person to person and your unique eating history and diet tendencies.
You may take a look at www.webmd.com/vitamins-and...11/diet-weight-loss-supplements, women.webmd.com/pharmacist-11/rapid-weight-loss, www.menshealth.com/mhlists/how_to_lose_weight/index.php
There is not one that has actually been proven to work.
No, it has been proven to be rather in-effective.
Mostly fad diets such as the Sacred Heart diet and the cabbage soup diets have been debunked. These are extreme diets that are in no way healthy or maintainable. The detox diets have also been know to not last.
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No clear relationship has been proven between diet and gallstone formation. However, low-fibre, high-cholesterol diets, and diets high in starchy foods have been suggested as contributing to gallstone formation. Try to avoid them. Check the wikipedia for A regimen called a "gallbladder flush"
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The US News and World Report states that the best diet that has been proven to work is Weight Watchers. The worst is the Jenny Craig diet. The DASH diet was rated fairly good.