Starchy vegetables are very rich in carbohydrates, fiber, calories, but vitamins, antioxidants and minerals as well, so they are very important for a balanced diet; people with weight problems and diabetes should consume them as well, but in a practiced moderation.
The Prasouda diet is more than a diet, it is a lifestyle because it doesn’t only recommend foods and recipes, but how to consume them as well, and how to mix them with an active lifestyle, where eating is important only if you do it the right way.
The pregnancy hormone diet was proposed by a British physician in 1954; he claimed that the human chorionic gonadotropin produced by women during pregnancy could help people lose weight because it is responsible with turning fat into calories and increasing the metabolism speed.
Recent studies have shown that apple cider vinegar weight loss might be possible because vinegar contain properties which regulate insulin production and therefore blood sugar levels; vinegar is also said to be a good appetite suppressor.
The grapefruit diet has always been controversial because there are still people who use it from time to time and who believe in it, although it is so drastic and unbalanced; placing emphasis on meat and grapefruit consumption will definitely stress the digestive system.
The Mediterranean diet, although it was first introduced to the people in 1945, only started to gain popularity during the 1990s, when medical studies began to show that the combination of foods could lead to decreased risks of coronary heart disease.