Wednesday, January 18, 2012

America's Diet: The Millenium Diet

America’s Diet: The Millenium Diet

America’s health has never been worse. Obesity is the number one medical problem in the country. According to a study released in the Journal of the American Medical Association this month, one in three Americans are Obese. Statistics are alarming: 35.7 percent of adults tip the scales on the obese side and 16.9 percent of children between the ages of 2-19 find themselves in the same dilemma. As long as people continue to stuff their faces with carbohydrates obesity will reign supreme in America. With the advent of the technological revolution few people take time to exercise. Children in my own community rarely are seen playing near their homes, which reflects national trends on inactivity amongst youth. Media continues to churn celebrity and commercial diets as the key to weight loss. Several of these regimens are released every week, yet America gets fatter and fatter. Why? These bogus programs evolve in the minds of those who have minimal to no knowledge of nutrition or the science of weight management. Many celebrity doctors have harmed millions with their fictitious diet regimens that keep the money rolling in, yet do nothing for your obesity. The Millenium Diet is a regimen that is physiologically compatible with the human body allowing it to burn calories more quickly. Protein is the key to a more efficient metabolism and the Millenium Diet uses this segment of the food chain to accomplish its goals. Weight loss in the range of 4-8 pounds a week for the first 3-5 weeks is normally seen, then 2-4 pounds per week is commonly seen thereafter. Economical, very healthy and applicable to most lifestyles, this is the program that America has been denied too long.  The book is inexpensive but the results are worth millions. Mark Davis MD, President of Healthnets Review Services, author of The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss.

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