A US Special Operations Command official said a ketogenic diet may help elite troops like Navy SEALs perform at the highest levels on missions.
The US military has been looking at how changing the diets of elite operators like Navy SEALs as new evidence emerges that their diet can enhance their abilities on the battlefield, especially underwater, but officials are concerned about what it could mean legally and in terms of their health. Continue at Source: Navy SEALs are looking into the keto diet to be even more effective on missions
Both stipulate a drastic reduction in high-carb foods, including sweets, sugary drinks, breads, grains, fruits, legumes, and potatoes.
Though these diets are similar, they have differences as well. Continue at Source: Atkins vs. Keto: What’s the Difference?
Reality TV stars Heather Dubrow and Terry Dubrow, MD say their “interval eating” diet plan works for them, but will it work for you?
“This isn’t your typical diet book,” promises the “Dubrow Diet”, by Heather Dubrow and Terry Dubrow, MD, FACS. Heather Dubrow is a self-described champagne-and dessert-loving woman who appeared as a cast member of “The Real Housewives of Orange County”; her husband and co-author is Terry Dubrow, M.D., F.A.C.S., a plastic surgeon who appears on E’s “Botched” and “Botched by Nature”. After years of serial dieting, the couple say they put their best practices — along with Dr. Dubrow’s medical background — into the plan. Continue at Source: Is the Dubrow Diet healthy? A dietitian weighs in
The Noom diet is a popular app-based plan geared toward weight loss and behavioral changes. Find out if it is an effective and healthy diet for you to try.
People often want to lose weight without doing the required work to achieve their goal — which gives way to quick-fix diets that promise lasting results becoming so popular. But when it comes to successful long-term weight loss, any diet that claims a quick-fix really is too good to be true. Continue at Source: What Exactly Is the Noom Diet — and Should You Try It? | Livestrong.com
If you like the idea of zero food restrictions, this is a must read.
When you think about all those times you yo-yo dieted, one common theme probably comes to mind: You weren’t satisfied with your meals. The truth is, low-calorie diets that don’t have a good balance of protein, carbs, and healthy fats will set you up for failure. Enter the satiating diet. Unlike restrictive diets, like the keto diet, Paleo, and Whole30, the satiating diet has the perfect combination of three essential macronutrients. Continue at Source: The Satiating Diet Is Like Keto, But Safer and More Effective
The “F” in F-Factor diet does not stand for fad. Registered dietitian Tanya Zuckerbrot’s book The F-Factor Diet: Discover the Secret to Permanent Weight Loss, first came out in 2006, and her fiber-fueled approach to healthy eating has now stuck around for over a decade. Many celebs (like Katie Couric) have tried the plan, and unlike other trendy “detoxes”, this method actually has solid science behind it that could help you lose weight — for good. Continue at Source: Nutritionists Have Finally Found a Diet to Help You Lose Weight for Good