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Weight Loss | Your Health & Fitness The Alkaline Diet The Slimming-World plan


... encourages you to switch high-fat foods for low- fat foods that are naturally more fi lling. The plan is designed to help you lose 1-2lb per week. There is no calorie counting and you can still indulge in the occasional treat, and enjoy support from fellow slimmers at weekly meetings. However, participants often struggle to keep the weight off in the long term once they leave the programme, as there is no education provided on calories and portion sizes.


... is reportedly followed by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston, and is based on the principle that diets high in acid producing foods lead to weight gain. The plan recommends minimising meat and wheat- based products to load up on fruits, vegetables and legumes. This diet is based on healthy choices that reduce calorie intake, however, you are required to fi nd calcium substitutes as you will be cutting down on dairy products.


The Slenderiiz Programme


is designed to help you along your way to a new, healthier you. In today’s western world we have become reliant on highly processed, ‘low fat’ foods. As a nation we have generally become heavier. We have been trying the low fat approach for 40 years and it has failed to make us slimmer. In fact, we’ve got fatter—and sicker. When used alongside the approved food list, supplements and an increased intake of fi ltered water, the Slenderiiz


Programme can turn your body into a fat-burning machine.


The WeightWatchers diet ... is based on a calorie-controlled points system that allocates value to foods based on their protein, carbohydrate, fat and fi bre content. Each participant in the diet is allocated a weekly points allowance and their own personal exercise plan, which is designed to help them lose 2lb per week. One advantage is that no foods are banned, so you can eat what you want providing you stick to your allowance. Fruits and vegetables are also unlimited.


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However, working out the points system can be time-consuming when you fi rst begin. 


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