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Diet

"3 day diet"

Instructions:

Drink 4 glasses of water or diet soda per day.

You can add herbs, salt, pepper, lemon, vinegar, Worcestershire, soy sauce, mustard & ketchup to your foods.

DAY 1

BREAKFAST

Black Coffee or Tea w/1-2 packets of Sweet & Low or Equal

1/2 Grapefruit or Juice

1 Toast with 1 Tbsp. Peanut Butter

LUNCH

1/2 Cup of Tuna

1 Toast

Black Coffee or Tea w/1-2 packets of Sweet & Low or Equal

DINNER

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Atikins diet plan

What to do:

The Atikins diet plan is a low carbohydrate method. The avoidance of carbohydrates in your diet is structured to keep your body from adding weight. The method includes eating less than 20 grams of carbohydrates per day.

Free Meats and Cheeses:

The following meats and cheeses have no carbohydrates. Using the atkins diet plan you may eat as much of the following items as you wish.

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Cabbage Soup Diet

Cabbage Soup Recipe

  • 6 large green onions
  • 2 green peppers
  • 1 or 2 cans of tomatoes (diced orwhole)
  • 3 Carrots
  • 1 Container (10 oz. or so) Mushrooms
  • 1 bunch celery
  • 1/2 head cabbage
  • 1 package Lipton soup mix
  • 1or2 cubes bouillon(optional)
  • 1 48oz can V8 juice(optional)
  • Season to taste with salt,pepper,parsley, garlic powder, etc.

Directions:

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U.S. Diet Proposals Reflect Nation's Lack of Fitness

By MARIAN BURROS

The Department of Agriculture is proposing dietary advice that for the first time recognizes that a majority of Americans, 64 percent, are overweight and sedentary and need to eat less.

Until now, that dietary advice, reflected in the department's Food Guide Pyramid, has been geared to the nation's healthy population. Under the proposals, recommendations for these more active people would continue to be available but would no longer serve as the cornerstone of government nutrition information.

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Atkins Diet Bolstered by Two New Studies

Wed May 21, 2003

By JANET McCONNAUGHEY, Associated Press Writer

A month after Dr. Robert C. Atkins' death, his much-ridiculed diet has received its most powerful scientific support yet: Two studies in one of medicine's most distinguished journals show it really does help people lose weight faster without raising their cholesterol.

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