Forget celebrity fad diets and go with your gut instinct
Jillian also emphasizes the importance of avoiding processed foods, and making your own meals from fresh ingredients, as dished up in her cookbook ” The Master Your Metabolism Cookbook” (click for more information ). Does exercise count when it comes to weight loss? Absolutely, says Jillian. She recommends her Body Shred program in particular, and has created a series of best-selling fitness DVDs such as ” Jillian Michaels Hard Body ” and ” Jillian Michaels Extreme Shed & Shred .” For those who think that Jillian is too slim to empathize with the pain of obesity, she actually knows how it feels on a personal level. She suffered in adolescence as a chubby 175-pound teen, she revealed in an interview with the Denver Post recently.
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And the aisles of supermarkets and health food stores are packed with processed foods that are gluten-free. They may contain large amounts of sugar, HFCS and other synthetic items designed to appeal to the conditioned taste of commercially baked goods. Yes, the hybrid of wheat designed for large-scale commercial baking does have issues. But there are many viable options if one looks and is willing to spend a little more on traditional grains baked traditionally, without using bromides.
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Comparing gluten-free diets to the fat-free diet fad
This way of looking at diet seems counter-intuitive since most of us know that bread, potatoes and pasta are fattening. Myplate is the latest official nutritional guide in the US and a broadly similar version, the Eatwell Plate, is promoted in Britain . It depicts a plate divided in four segments and a side dish representing four food groups and dairy products. However, Harvard University has issued its own modified version called the Harvard Healthy Eating plate.
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