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The Medifast Diet

Medifast is a widely recognized brand and has for over twenty years helped more than

a million customers solve their weight problems and have earned the trust of 15,000

doctors and dietitians.

If followed through, this diet plan is reported to induce fast fat loss without destroying muscle mass. This process is also known as "ketosis" and is considered safe even if the fat loss ratio can be faster than that of a traditional diet. Since the efficiency of the plan is clinically proven even diabetics and those suffering from hypertension can benefit from it too. To stay safe, please always consult with your doctor before going on a new diet. Overview: Medifast is essentially a low-fat, low-carb, ultra-low-calorie diet that provides a selection of over 70 meals for their customers to pick from. Furthermore meals can be grouped into low-glycemic, kosher, lactose-free and vegetarian. The company was founded in 1980 in Baltimore, MD and the official website is www.medifast1.com Food and Recipes: Vegetables with high content in carbs such as carrots and corn are not allowed in the opening phase, but they can be re-introduced into the diet during the maintenance phase. An example meal will include a lean protein source like a five ounce serving of lamb, beef or pork or a seven-ounce serving of fish, chicken or turkey with some extra salad or cooked vegetables. At least three servings of vegetables per day are required. In order to fight the cravings dieters are recommended to eat every three hours and drink plenty of water or other beverages that are free of calories. No sodas allowed. Pros: Clinically proven effectiveness. Large variety, over 70 meals to choose from. Fast fat loss possible of 2-5 pounds per week. Conveniently pre-prepared foods. Suitable for vegetarians and diabetics. Cons: Elimination of carbohydrate intake may be difficult to sustain. Low-calorie diets have been criticized. Transition back to normal eating habits may be difficult. Exercise: Medifast encourage exercise and provide detailed plans on their website, although they don't offer personalized fitness instructions. Dieters are encouraged to do at least 10 minutes a day of an activity they personally enjoy. This could be anything from jogging to swimming, as long as they don't go over what their body can take. Moderate daily exercise is recommended.
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                   2016 © Beginner Weight Loss
Beginner Weight Loss

The Medifast Diet

Medifast is a widely

recognized brand and has for

over twenty years helped

more than a million

customers solve their weight

problems and have earned

the trust of 15,000 doctors

and dietitians.

If followed through, this diet plan is reported to induce fast fat loss without destroying muscle mass. This process is also known as "ketosis" and is considered safe even if the fat loss ratio can be faster than that of a traditional diet. Since the efficiency of the plan is clinically proven even diabetics and those suffering from hypertension can benefit from it too. To stay safe, please always consult with your doctor before going on a new diet. Overview: Medifast is essentially a low-fat, low-carb, ultra-low- calorie diet that provides a selection of over 70 meals for their customers to pick from. Furthermore meals can be grouped into low-glycemic, kosher, lactose-free and vegetarian. The company was founded in 1980 in Baltimore, MD and the official website is www.medifast1.com Food and Recipes: Vegetables with high content in carbs such as carrots and corn are not allowed in the opening phase, but they can be re-introduced into the diet during the maintenance phase. An example meal will include a lean protein source like a five ounce serving of lamb, beef or pork or a seven-ounce serving of fish, chicken or turkey with some extra salad or cooked vegetables. At least three servings of vegetables per day are required. In order to fight the cravings dieters are recommended to eat every three hours and drink plenty of water or other beverages that are free of calories. No sodas allowed. Pros: Clinically proven effectiveness. Large variety, over 70 meals to choose from. Fast fat loss possible of 2-5 pounds per week. Conveniently pre-prepared foods. Suitable for vegetarians and diabetics. Cons: Elimination of carbohydrate intake may be difficult to sustain. Low-calorie diets have been criticized. Transition back to normal eating habits may be difficult. Exercise: Medifast encourage exercise and provide detailed plans on their website, although they don't offer personalized fitness instructions. Dieters are encouraged to do at least 10 minutes a day of an activity they personally enjoy. This could be anything from jogging to swimming, as long as they don't go over what their body can take. Moderate daily exercise is recommended.