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Just like most of you, July is shaping up to be a busy month around DietsInReview.com. All this hot weather makes us want to kick our feet back with a cold beverage, but that's not about to happen. We've got to keep you up to speed with all the diet reviews, healthy news and fitness guidance so that you'll stay motivated this summer. In this issue of e-newsletter, you'll see what's really hot at Diets In Review, and find a few ways to keep cool.


Dr. Wayne Andersen of Medifast in the Diet Blog

Dr. Wayne Andersen

Let us know if you can't handle all the expert advice and news in the Diet Blog this month! We're thrilled to have with us Dr. Wayne Andersen, the medical director for Medifast. He's also a board certified critical care physician and looking forward to publishing his book "Habits of Health" at the end of this month. Visit the Diet Blog every Tuesday in July to see Dr. Andersen's articles. His schedule of topics addresses a balanced approach to achieving healthy weight loss and maintenance.
July 1: Optimal Health Defined
July 8: The Pros of Portion Controlled Meal Replacements
July 15: Tips on how to reach a healthy weight
July 22: Using an eating journal
July 29: Interview discussing "Habits of Health"

Kinsey Lowrey

Meet the Dietitian

We are very pleased to introduce you to Kinsey Lowrey, the new Dietitian for DietsInReview.com. Kinsey will be featured in the Diet Blog each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday- sharing with you tips, advice, education and guidance related to nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. You?ll also see her nutrition tips right here in the newsletter, and she'll be responding to your email questions. She holds both Masters and Bachelors degrees related to nutrition and health and brings with her a passion to help each of you live a healthy life. Learn more about Kinsey and read her first Diet Blog post.


Recipes

You can find hundreds of free recipes at DietsInReview.com that complement your Weight Watchers, Diabetic or Low-Carb/Atkins Diet. Recipes like the following don’t make you sacrifice flavor for your diet’s sake.

Mint Chocolate Chip

Biggest Loser Mint Chocolate Chip Frozen Yogurt

Chill out and celebrate National Ice Cream Month with this refreshing frozen yogurt recipe made for Biggest Loser's Mark Kruger by Chef Rocco DiSpirito. This creamy mint treat has 377 calories, 4g Fat and 8 WW Points.


Frozen-Fruit-Bars

Frozen Fruit Bars

These irresistible homemade popsicles will be a fun recipe for your kids and bring back memories of your own. They're sweet enough to satisfy your cravings, while enjoying all those fresh summer fruits and berries. Just a mere 29 calories, 7 carbs and 0 WW Points!


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  Advanced Mediterranean Diet

July Giveaway!

We're giving away a copy of The Advanced Mediterranean Diet this month. Newsletter recipients can simply send an email to contest@dietsinreview.com with your name to be eligible. Know someone who would like to be entered? Have them subscribe today. Don't wait- entries have to be received by July 21.
Learn more about The Advanced Mediterranean Diet.

Must-see Blog Posts

Did you see what's new at the blog? We're now a part of Yahoo Buzz! Just click the button at the end of your favorite blog posts to see them rank in Yahoo- it's a simple way to share your favorite content with everyone!

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Latest Reviews: Cookie Diets

Cookie Diets, meal replacement weight loss plans, have jumped on the scene as the newest way to indulge while watching your figure. Celebs like Mandy Moore and Kelly Clarkson keep a stash of cookies handy, and the ladies of Lipstick Jungle even give in to the baked goods. See what the fuss is all about from three of the most popular cookie diets:

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Matt’s Fitness Tip

Matt

Staying Hydrated
During the hot summer months the body sweats profusely to cool the body temperature. Thus, staying hydrated will allow the body to work more efficiently. It is recommended that you intake at least 64 ounces a day, but I recommend at least 90 ounces a day if you are physically active. If you are thirsty, you are dehydrated. Try and keep a bottle of water with you during the day so you remember to drink your daily amount.

Send Matt your questions today.
Catch all of Matt’s Fitness Advice in the Diet Blog.


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