The Magic Chicken Diet was created by a do-it-yourself dieter who claimed to have lost over half of their body weight. It made similar claims, and compared, the Kimkins diet of high protein, low carbohydrate, low fat recipes. The website, which requires a subscription to provide access to recipes and nutritional information, is no longer operating
1 liter naturally yogurt
Parchment or wax paper.
Mortar, coffee grinder or food processor.
Storage container with a tightly fitting lid.
how it worked
The Magic Chicken Diet website required a one-time fee of $ 69.95 for access to dietary plan and recipes. Although not a chicken-only diet, was based on lean protein and low starch vegetables.
Loss and Gain
According to Ann Collins website, high-protein and low-carb diets rapid weight loss, but this can only be due to water loss. Switching back to a normal eating routine may cause weight gain, such as water in the body increases.
The Diets in Review website lists a class action lawsuit against the corresponding Kimkins diet plan for many users became ill while following the diet. As Magic Chicken Diet seems to be based on Kimkins model, potential users will be prompted to consult a dietician before starting such a diet.