PH Miracle Diet Basics

(Submitted by: Lisa Sequera)

The pH Miracle diet is the newest phenomenon to strike the dieting world. Health experts have noticed that popular diets seem to go in waves. While the 90s were marked by the low-fat diet craze, the last six to seven years have been focused on ... Read article

Dieting - 3 Easy Tips That Will Ensure The Success of Your Diet Goals

(Submitted by: James Hegarty)

There is no end to the amount of people who want to loose weight at any given time. It is a real desire among people because it is so easy to add those extra pounds. While it may be easy to add on that extra weight it much harder to get rid of. ... Read article

Important Information About a Green Tea Diet Plan

(Submitted by: Morgan Buchanan)

Everyone keeps telling us that green tea is one of those products that is really good for us. We often start to glaze over and lose interest since we just dont know why this is the case and they go into a long scientific spiel.Fairly ... Read article

The Three Day Diet - How Does It Work?

(Submitted by: Dean Iggo)

The come in several numbers and in different thoughts. The three day diet. It is dieters favorite term, their perfect option before a big event (i.e; dance, wedding, special event) and it is the easy way out of the usual standard of hard core ... Read article

The Atkins Diet Can Work for You - Here''s How

(Submitted by: Andy Bowen)

If you don't know what the Atkins Diet is, where have you been for the last 10 years? The Atkins Diet is a low carb diet developed over twenty years ago by Dr Robert Atkins, an American heart specialist. It is one of the most popular low carb ... Read article

Diet Horoscope - An Easy Diet Plan By Zodiac Signs

(Submitted by: Elaine Fung)

Diet Weight Loss program which Use Horoscope Zodiac Signs to Tell the Best Times to Lose the Most Weight with the Least EffortAstrologers themselves found that the planets, sun and moon exert certain physical stresses on the earth. ... Read article

What You Need To Know When Dieting

(Submitted by: David Fishman)

There is no better way to lose weight than to eat right and exercise regularly. Weight loss pills are not a good solution to the overweight problem, nor are they proposed as replacement for the conventional weight loss and management methods such ... Read article

Gout Diet

(Submitted by: Colleen Redman)

Can diet alone cure gout? It would seem so, since the cause of gout is related to faulty purine metabolism, then it would seem logical that cutting down, or out altogether foods high in purines, gout would be eliminated.The pain of gout ... Read article

What You Should Know Before Starting A Weight Loss Diet Plan

(Submitted by: Jed Baguio)

Before looking for weight loss diet plan. These tips that might help you take off a few pounds in a healthy way:- Consult a physician? A dietician can formulate a right weight loss diet plan for your health condition.- Water therapy ... Read article

Are You On A Diet?

(Submitted by: Beverley Clement)

You might tell me that is obvious I am overweight and need to lose the excess weight. Ah! But wait have you ever been on a diet before?I can imagine many of you saying yes I have been on and off diets for so long I cant remember when I ... Read article


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