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How to Choose Diet That Suits You - A Brief Summary and Analysis of Eight Different Diets - cover

How to Choose Diet That Suits You - A Brief Summary and Analysis of Eight Different Diets

Mikeal Summer

Publisher: Dance All Day

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How To Choose Diet That Suits you A Brief Summary And Analysis of Eight Different Diets This book is a summary and evaluation of eight popular diets (DASH-, Fertility-, Mayo Clinic-, Mediterranean-, Paleo-, Raw food-, TLC- and Vegetarian Diet) currently circulating throughout the media. Ranked on a basis of five categories (Overall Health, Weight Loss Friendly, Diabetes Friendly, Pregnancy, Practicality), these diets are graded so that the reader can determine which diets are best suited for their dietary preferences and lifestyle needs. The ultimate aim of this book is to educate the reader about the various dietary philosophies that exist so that they may choose the one that best suits their needs and ideological beliefs.

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