Break down Diet Grabbers
Digest Diet Grabbers
... Revolutionary Diet Plan!
By the way, there isn't any such thing as a Revolutionary Diet Plan inside. There are no such things in general. Even the Atkins diet books (Dr. Atkins' Diet Revolution, 1981; Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution, 2002) were by no means revolutionary. The last truly revolutionary diet plan was probably the HCG Diet by Dr. A. T. W. Simeons in 1954.
How about eating to release fat? Let's say that this should refer to metabolism that drives the mobilization of stored fat. This can be done with an ultra low-carb diet, such as the ketogenic phase of the Atkins Induction Phase. It requires a diet of 20 grams or fewer per day for 2 2 weeks. Fat metabolism is indicated by ketolysis, which is measured by Ketostix (reagent strips for urine analysis).
When examining the 'Fast Release' Phase of the Digest Diet, I discovered that it is scheduled for the first 4 days of the plan. During this phase, a typical day's consumption looks like this:
I really don't even have to dig into the soup recipes to see that this diet is overloaded with carbs and could not possibly drive ketolysis - meaning selective fat metabolism.
From what I can tell this is a highly calorie-restricted phase with a lot of liquid intake. Reports of quick weight loss coming from testimonials are without doubt motivated by water loss. Quick weight loss is water loss generally, no matter the dietary plan, like the Atkins Induction Phase.
Just how Well Does the Digets Diet Work?
Weight damage can be quite fast with this diet regime. The hype about 'up to 21 pounds found in 21 days' and 'drop 26 pounds in three or more weeks' is, needless to say, preposterous. You can find extreme examples such as this from the small group of folks... just one single in the analysis group... so those are outliers. Whether you lose weight at all is the question, and it is an open one.
Whether you lose FAT... now that is to be determined. I seriously doubt it. Even though fat is the supposed target of this diet, there are no results reported for changes in body fat composition. Just quick weight loss.
If you have just one of the typical recipes as an example of what the Digest Diet advocates for long-term weight management, you will not be successful. Why not? Take a look at the following recipe for 'Pizza with Wilted Greens, Ricotta, and Almonds' and you can see where the main flaw is in this dish.
The Digest Diet is not a sustainable program for weight loss that selectively drives the metabolism of fat.
One more thing. The science behind this diet is nearly absent, even though it is purported to be a comparison of the best science from multiple weight loss diets.
Oh, and the exercise component of the book is weaker than the diet itself even. No research behind the workouts at all!
1. Clear Liquid Diet regime
2. Full-Liquid Diet
offer an adequately nutritious diet regarding patients who cannot munch or that are too unwell to take action
3. Soft diet regime
patient without teeth or perhaps ill-fitting dentures; transition coming from full-liquid to general diet regime; and for individuals who cannot tolerate seasoned highly, fried or raw foods following acute infections or gastrointestinal disturbances such as for example gastric cholelithiasis or ulcer