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Written by Thin Thin


So many different diets abound because there are so many different needs for dieters.  Although many individuals strive to lose weight, or maintain lost weight, there are a lot of individuals who must diet every day of their life in order to make a positive impact on their life.  

While many diet abound online based on curing certain diseases and ailments, they can present serious dangers to the consumer. Some people will do anything for a buck.

Therefore, if you see a particular miracle diet, pill or potion that claims to eradicate your illness - print out the page and take it with you to your next doctor's visit. Your doctor is probably very familiar with most of the so-called magical cures that reside online - scams to trick the sick person out of their hard-earned money.

Keep in mind that your doctor studied for years before going into practice. They have a record of treating people, saving lives - and they also are required to attend continuing education. When it's your life that you're dealing with, place it into the hands of someone that you trust.

The Heart Diet


Individuals suffering from heart disease are frequently placed on a restrictive diet by their doctors - and that's the only method that these type individuals should follow when dieting.  Going it alone could prove potentially fatal in some heart patients.

Many times a doctor will recommend certain foods be implemented into the daily diet while other foods, such as those high in sodium, are restricted.  While some individuals are susceptible to water retention when too much sodium is consumed, in addition to impacting healthy blood pressure levels, some individuals are not effected by sodium overload.

One of the main objectives in placing heart patients on a calorie-restricted/food-restricted diet plan is to decrease as much excess weight on the patient as possible. That extra baggage taxes the heart. Because the body is larger, the heart must work harder which places a strain on an already over-taxed heart.

The body frame was designed to hold x-amount of weight. Our vital organs were designed to match our physical make-up. Even dropping a few extra pounds can work wonders in achieving better health.

When our lungs are trapped and surrounded by extra fat it may be difficult to breathe. With all the extra weight weighing the body down, it is more difficult to walk. Losing weight can assist tremendously.

Even though following a restrictive diet can be frustrating, it's good to know that something can be done to improve the heart and the quality of life. Where there is hope, there is life.

The Cancer Diet


Individuals suffering from cancer stand a much better chance now than in times past.  New technology, new medicines, improved medicines and even diet are playing a big role in fighting the Cancer Factor.

To improve your risks against cancer, be sure to reach for the following foods often: fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, green tea, black tea, and other foods packed with fiber. It's that simple!

If you are currently fighting cancer, following your professional healthcare professional's advice is vital. Although many online websites tout cancer cures and miracle potions - your personal physician learned everything that you read online on the first day of medical school.

Furthermore, why trust strangers when your doctor shares a personal rapport with you and most importantly, is aware of your medical issues and history.

The Vegetarian Diet - Types of Vegetarians & What They Eat

There are many types of vegetarians, just as there are many species of same-foods.  

Example: If a grape is an European grape, is it still a grape?  Yes, of course. There are numerous species of grapes, all with identifying names, just as there are Vegetarians.  

Here are the types of Vegetarians and what they do and do not eat:

Semi-Vegetarians:  The only meat that Semi-Vegetarians eat are poultry and fish.

Vegans:  Do not eat animal products or by-products (such as honey, eggs, milk).

Raw or Living Foodists:  Exist on raw foods only.

Fruitarians:  Exist on fruit and fruit-like veggies, seeds and nuts.

Ovo Vegetarians:  Do not eat meat or animals of any sort and they do not eat any dairy except eggs.

Lacto Vegetarians:  Do not eat meat or animals of any sort or eggs.  They do however, eat dairy products.


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