New Beverly Hills Diet Review

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The diet I found the most interesting is The Beverly Hills Diet. The BH Diet focuses on conscious combining, a food combining philosophy that states that maintaining or losing weight is controlled by the times you eat and your food combinations. Judy Mazel created The BH Diet, an update to her 1980s plan. She suggests that when some foods are eaten together it leads to poor digestion and in turn obesity. The newer BH Diet is a 35-day program, in which you'll learn to eat carbs only with carbs, proteins only with proteins and fruits by themselves. The eating plan begins with an induction period during which you may go whole days eating only fruit. If your meal plan includes a carbohydrate, you will be done with fruit for that day. You can then eat carbohydrates as much as you want, but once you have protein, all your remaining meals for that day must be 80 percent protein. This is because, Mazel claims, your body uses specific enzymes to digest carbs, proteins and fruit and when you mix these foods, your body has a difficult time breaking down food. Mazel also suggests that fat is merely a symptom of digestion and when your body is digesting properly, you will see a reduction in body fat. Some of the Beverly Hills Diet rules are: Start your day with a piece of fruit, but only one each hour. Consume steak, shrimp, salad, baked potatoes, corn and wine during the first 10 days. There are some very good aspects to this diet like there is no calorie restriction, you can eat a wide variety of foods, you can eat as much as you like, and you optimize digestion. Some down falls are food combining can be restrictive and difficult to manage, the creator of the diet is not a nutrition professional, there is no maintenance plan, it does not teach about portions, if you lose any weight while on it it’s from eating fewer calories not from the food combining, This diet requires you to eat in a way that is too different from your normal eating pattern and it does not provide...
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