And the authors of The EatingWell Diet, Dr. Jean Harvey-Berino, Ph.D., R.D., and the Editors of EatingWell.com, agree:
A weight-loss diet, by definition, is temporary—something you’re meant to go on, then off. You’re told what to eat and when to eat it—often based on some complicated scientific rationale that involves, say, hormone fluctuations, metabolic manipulations or maybe the phases of the moon. In truth, there are many approaches to eating and just as many exercise plans that can help you lose weight. There is no one correct way to go about it, although there are plenty of wrong methods. You can easily find an array of new diets on the supermarket tabloid rack every week—and they all sound so fast and so, so easy. So what can we offer that you haven’t tried already?
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