Sunday, February 12, 2012

Millenium Diet: America's cure for obesity

Millenium Diet: America’s cure for obesity

As America grows more obese scam artists are coming forward to tantalize the public with their dietary machinations. My favorite is the nameless physician who has a new diet every few weeks. Lose 15 pounds in 3 weeks, lose 9 pounds in 10 days or lose at your leisure are some of this physician’s pitches to keep the money rolling in. More egregious was the list of commercial diets deified by a national news magazine. The top plans were very expensive to implement, their science questionable and there was no data base to support their claims, yet they were considered the best in the country. Perhaps ad revenue purchases have much to with their placement at the top of the list. Encountering diets that do not work is easy. They are splashed all over the net. Searching for the Millenium Diet on line brings up dozens of programs that have paid for placement before you see the one you are looking for. The Millenium Diet does not need to pay to be regarded as the frontrunner, it sells itself. High protein low carb and restricted calories is the most physiological regimen on the market. Utilizing this program results in; more rapid weight loss, lower cholesterol and better overall health. The science is sound, reproducible and proven in numerous studies. Request even the most tangible proof that commercials diets or there celebrity counterpart’s work and an elusive system of evasive techniques kicks in. Data is minimal, scarce or nonexistent when attempting to discern the basis of these programs. The Millenium Diet has been reviewed across the net, across the world and may be one of the most pirated diet books in cyberspace. Learn from the best read The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss.  Mark Davis MD, President of Healthnets Review Services and author of the best of the best diets, The Millenium Diet.

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