South beach diets

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  • The South Beach And The Beach Diet

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    The South Beach diet The South Beach diet originated from Miami, Florida, by an American cardiologist called Dr. Arthur Agatston. During the diet, the South Beach diet emphasizes the consumption of high-quality carbohydrates such as: whole-grains and fruits and high-quality fats such as: low fat cheese and skim milk. In contrast, it eliminates dire carbohydrates such as potatoes and dire fats such as: bacon, butter, and cream. This allows people the luxury of several high energy foods that contain

  • The South Beach Diet

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    The high-starch carbohydrates - the grains and cultivated root foods which are now such a large part of our diet - are quite new in evolutionary terms. For over seven hundred thousand years our ancestors ate a diet of primarily meat, fat, nuts, wild roots, fruit and berries. They did have other uses for carbohydrates - they fermented them, fuelled their fires with them, built with them and fed them to their animals. Recent discoveries of prehistoric human fossils have astounded scientists. These

  • South Beach Diet

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    three-phase South Beach Diet claims it contains a balance of good carbs, lean protein and healthy fats, making it a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich diet that can be followed for a lifetime of healthy eating (Mayoclinic, 2014). It also focuses on eating foods with a low Glycemic Index and is lower in carbohydrates, yet higher in protein and healthy fats, than a typical eating plan (Mayoclinic, 2014). Dietician Juliette Kellow (n.d.) from England’s weight loss resources explains the theory behind the South Beach

  • The Diet, The South Beach Diet

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    Introduction: We live in a society that is crazed in following latest diets whether it be the Mediterranean diet, the Atkins diet, the South Beach diet etc. Each day there are new discoveries displayed throughout the media regarding diets and lifestyles, yet for a society so obsessed in the healthiest trend our statistics tend to show the flying numbers at which the population is diagnosed with chronic diseases related to nutritional factors. Thus a sound nutrition is more essential than

  • South Beach Diet Study

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    Introduction The South Beach Diet, which originated with Dr. Arthur Agatston, a cardiologist, began as a response to the growing rate of heart disease patients in the United States. He found that many of the fad diets were focused on high carbohydrates, which were not affecting the type of weight loss needed to reduce heart disease. The center, or heart of the diet, is focused on healthy lifestyle living, and maintenance around nutritional choices. The South Beach diet focuses on three phases:

  • South Beach Diet Essay

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    History of South Beach Diet The South Beach Diet is a diet plan designed by cardiologist Arthur Agatston and dietician Marie Almon. In 1995, Dr. Agatston developed a diet to prevent heart disease for his cardiac and diabetes patients. According to the South Beach Diet website, Agatstaion knew that a low-fat diet would reduce cholesterol and prevent heart disease, but patients had a hard time sticking to the diet. Agatson wanted to find out the reason why his patients had a hard time sticking to

  • Essay South Beach Diet

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    South Beach Diet      The South Beach Diet is a relatively new weight loss diet. It was developed by Miami cardiologist Arthur Agatston, M.D., who is the director of the Mount Sinai Cardiac Prevention Center. The diet is meant to promote weight loss but not at the expense of heart health. Unlike other wildly popular low-carb plans, South Beach calls for keeping tabs on saturated fats and favors lean meats and proteins over bacon, cheeseburgers, and steaks. With this diet

  • South Beach Diet Fanatics Essay

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    South Beach Diet Fanatics      Experts say many people are dieting because of the government's recent warnings about the U.S. obesity epidemic. About 64 percent of Americans are overweight or obese. Yet helping people control their weight is a tricky issue. "It's a balancing act, because on the one hand, clearly we have concerns that more and more teenagers are becoming obese," said David Sarwer, associate professor of psychology and director of education at the

  • South Beach Diet Research Paper

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    Maple Syrup Diet, is a detoxification program created by the alternative medicine performer Stanley Burroughs in 1941. It was made popular when Peter Glickman who decided to

  • Graduation Speech: South Beach Diet

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    going be a crappy week:( I'm getting in my biking today and it's the elliptical for the rest of the week). Hope you're still getting your runs in for any future marathons. it sounds like a sticky wicket with south beach, I can just imagine going over a NS diet program and emailing it to a south beach dieter. I'll have to check out their web-site and see their food and program details. I remember doing some research on them, comparing them to NS when I was in R&D (Can't remember anything now). So for Apple