| |

Home > Diets > Meal Based Diet Navigation    
User Rating

This diet does not have a rating because it does not have enough votes.

Tried it? Rate it!

Hamptons Diet

Is this plan all Champagne and caviar, or a poor excuse for a diet?

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

The Hamptons Diet looks at the low-carb diet from a new angle. While it doesn't offer any suggestions for making more money, it does promise to be your answer to losing weight.

Dr. Fred Pescatore is a reformed Atkins follower and creator of the Hamptons Diet. His approach strikes a balance of good fats and good carbs in this plan that is simple enough for anyone to follow.

  • Incorporates ideas from diets that work.
  • Nothing new. Essentially a rehash of others.

A hybrid of two popular carb-centered diets, Atkins and Mediterranean, Hamptons focuses on the best of both giving you a diet plan that relies on natural foods to help you live a more healthy life. Hamptons Diet will have you cut out the over-processed foods and replace them with whole foods like fresh produce, chicken, fish and whole grains. You'll also increase the monounsaturated fats in your diet. You can find a generous source in the oil of macadamia nuts.


No guidance provided.


The Hamptons Diet can be your guide as you lose unwanted pounds and improve your overall health. While it comes off as a little gimmicky with the title, and doesn't really seem to offer anything different from previous plans, it will work.

Common Misspellings

Hampton diet, Hampton deit, Hamptons deit, Hanptons diet

Related Diets: Atkins Advantage, Atkins Diet, South Beach Diet, Low-Carb Diet

> Leave Feedback

User Feedback

(Page 1 of 1, 1 total comments)


What is the Hamptons diet champagne and strawberrys?


Leave Feedback

Skip the moderation queue by becoming a MyDIR member.

Already a member?

Need to sign up?
It’s free and only it takes a minute.
There are two ways to join:

Or, proceed without an account