Millenium Diet versus Celebrity Diets

23 Jan

Millenium Diet versus Celebrity Diets


More than 50 percent of the American population is categorized as overweight. With few exceptions this gargantuan weight problem evolved for two obvious reasons: over eating and ingesting the wrong foods. Celebrity diets are concocted from the pillars of weak minds that are untested, unhealthy and work for the miniscule who put their faith in these icons. Many of these factitious programs have a meteoric rise then fall with a quiet thud never to be heard from again. Celebrity Doctors have done an enormous amount of harm to those who follow them like sheep. Instead of utilizing dietary regimens that work, people delay by following these icons of the media whose programs have weak or no foundations. The Millenium Diet offers a scientifically based program based on the experiences of thousands of patients who benefited by this extensively studied regimen. Millenium Diet’s core structure stresses elevated levels of protein intake, reduced carbs and restricted calories. Fundamentally different from other programs, the body shifts away from burning mainly carbs to protein that is metabolized more efficiently. Weight loss in the range of 4-8 pounds per week is common for the first five weeks then 2-4 pounds per week thereafter. Other benefits from The Millenium Diet are lower cholesterol, lower triglycerides and stabilization of blood sugar. This diet can be adapted to many lifestyles, it is inexpensive to apply and is safe for diabetics. This is one program the media does not like to recognize because it reduces their ad revenue from the bogus commercial diets they support. Excellent reviews of this regimen can be found on many diet sites throughout the internet. In the event you have a group that want to learn this program, we teach it on site. If you really want to lose a lot of weight, this program is for you.  Please call us at 410-515-7858.  Mark Davis, M.D., author of The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss.


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