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    The Keto Diet Is Bad

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    you running to the bathroom 8 times a day. But, you will do whatever you can to lose the pounds that have been weighing you down for years. The Keto Diet is the new fad that is taking social media outlets by storm. For those that do not know what the Keto Diet is, here is a quick rundown of the diet. The Keto Diet is a low carbohydrate, high fat diet that focuses on healthier fats such as the fat from olive oil…

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    Diet has long been a topic of debate in America. For the last fifty years, the standard recommended diet in the United States has been a low-calorie, low-fat diet. Low carbohydrate diets began to appear in the 1970’s, but have been viewed negatively by the majority of the population. Recently, the low-carbohydrate Atkins diet, South Beach diet, and Paleo diet have been gaining popularity. Studies show that these types of diets can be used to lose weight healthily and quickly. However, the most…

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    I guess it would be irresponsible not to make a comment on a recent news story that has everyone buzzing: The Twinkie Diet. If you've had your TV off in the past few weeks, here's what happened: An overweight professor of nutrition at Kansas State University went on a junk food diet for two months and lost 27 pounds. His diet consisted of mostly Twinkies, with a smattering of Little Debbies, Doritos, sugary cereals, Oreo cookies. So as not to set too bad an example in front of his kids, he…

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    Strictly Gluten Free Diet

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    strictly gluten free diet. The authors did not have a hypothesis about the effects of a long-term strictly gluten free diet. Conducting the Study First, they determined that 39 patients were actually diagnosed with celiac disease and then they did a test for anti-transglutaminase immunoglobulin A to make sure the subjects of the study were following a strictly gluten free diet. The subjects in the study were on a diet gluten free diet for two years. Each subject on the gluten free diet was…

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    A low carb diet refers to a diet that has a limited content of carbohydrates and is high in proteins and fat. There are many kinds of low carb diets that exist. Since carbohydrates are the integral source of calories, low carbs are known to work great for weight loss; in fact, they work beyond weight loss, such as reducing risk from factors like diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Elaborating further, carbohydrates that are consumed by a human body can be segregated into: naturally occurring…

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    gluten free diet is for the people who do not have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that can occur when the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine, but want to flush out their immune system. The diet consists of taking the same precautions as a person with celiac would except for the fact that the person doing the diet will not experience symptoms as severe (Nagle 2015). The reason I chose to write the essay on…

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    Americans are eager to start new diets. There are so many diet plans out there, such as; Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, Atkins, and South Beach. These are just a few of the major diet plans that are advertised on the television, but there are millions of diet plans and tips on the internet. I am also striving to shed a couple of those unwanted holiday pounds. I am very interested in high protein diets and their efficiency. In this paper I will research the best protein diets, their…

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    people in the world do eat meat, but there is a faction of people who are of the opinion that it is better to live off of a primarily plant based diet. While vegetarianism has many benefits, an omnivorous lifestyle doesn’t have to be detrimental to the environment and can be as healthy as any other diet.. Vegetarians’ main argument is that a no-meat diet is healthier, greener (better for the planet) and less cruel. All these arguments have evidence to back them up.For example, Gidon Eshel and…

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    just the pages of a certain magazine (Duca). Quick weight-loss diets or fad diets are another commonly used strategy for young women to attempt to lose weight. Pills, cleanses, waist-trainers, and many more outrageous products have been advertised to promise weight loss. Common fad diets include the South Beach Diet, Paleo, Hollywood Diet Juice Cleanses, Atkins, Cabbage Soup Diet, Nutrisystem, Weight Watchers etc.... Even if these diets do result in rapid weight loss, which they often do not,…

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    Human Brain Development

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    Corinna Koebnick and colleagues studied 513 raw-foodists with who ate between 70 percent and 100 percent raw food in their diets. The average weight loss when changing from a cooked to a raw diet was 26.5 pounds for women and 21.8 pounds for men. They found that a third of the study subjects had a chronic energy deficiency, leading them to conclude that “a strict raw food diet cannot guarantee an adequate energy supply.” This study was done on modern humans living in Germany, where subjects went…

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