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AHA No-Fad Diet

Cut through the senseless noise with the No-nonsense No-Fad Diet.

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The American Heart Association (AHA) is an established, reputable institution working to provide the public with information about their health. Their response to all those trendy, yo-yo diets pining for your attention is the No-Fad Diet: A Personal Plan for Weight Loss. Find yourself in the center of what the AHA calls the Circles of Success by integrating these three ideals into your daily routine: - Eat Well - Think Smart - Move More Picture each as an overlapping circle - the center is where they meet and where you'll find success. The No-Fad Diet doesn’t promise you that you’ll lose 10 pounds in 4 weeks but rather it helps you adopt a healthier and more active lifestyle that can enable you to lose weight and meet your weight loss goals.

PRO

-No-Fad Diet is a sensible and healthy way of living, eating and exercising -Written by health and nutrition experts -Weight loss is gradual

CON

-May not be an aggressive-enough weight loss plan for those who want immediate results

DIET and NUTRITION

The No-Fad Diet provides a calculator and BMI chart to identify what your daily caloric intake should be. You are encouraged to reduce the amount of food you're eating and keep a food journal to monitor what and how much you consume. Moderation is also encouraged as well as to eat from the four food groups each day. The book provides more than 190 delicious, all-new recipes, including cream of triple-mushroom Soup, tilapia champignon, chicken pot pie pumpkin-cranberry pancakes, Mexican-style soup, pork tenderloin with cranberry salsa, peach and berry crumble and vanilla soufflé with brandy-plum sauce. You’ll also find two weeks of sample menus, guidelines for meal planning, useful tips on dining out and food shopping, and sound advice for staying on track to reach your target weight.

EXERCISE

The AHA site has a health calculator, tips, and other tools to help track your fitness progress. The No-Fad Diet includes an exercise program that you can tailor to meet your own lifestyle needs.

CONCLUSION

The No-Fad Diet from the American Heart Association just makes good sense. And you can trust the plan as it's handed down from a trusted expert on heart health.

Common Misspellings

No-Fad Deit, No Fade Diet, No Fad Diet, American Heart Association No Fad Diet, American Heart Association Diet, The No Fad Diet


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dawnd

at least you can trust the aha

posted Aug 7th, 2011 11:04 am


Robin

"The secret" is another fad and doesn't really apply here. :)

posted Mar 14th, 2008 12:05 pm


Jackie

I agree completely- something that talks long-term and not just quick fix. I don't know about you but the Heart Assoc is probably pretty trustworthy.


Steven

Who knew common sense was an ingredent for dieting.


Sara125

I love this concept! I am sick of the fad diets. Also I like the whole law of attraction concept where thinking negative brings negative energy and positve thoughts lead to success.



   
 

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