“You: On a Diet” is a diet book made by doctors Michael F. Roizen, MD and Mehmet C. Oz, MD. Following eating plan outlined in “You: On a Diet,”. You will lose a significant amount of weight without feeling deprived
fruits, vegetables, organic cereal, skim milk, whole grain bread, organic peanut butter.
Reduce your intake by 100 calories a day. This is the only way to achieve sustainable weight loss. The doctors have noticed that people who are trying to cut much more than that did not stick with your weight loss plan.
Ban certain ingredients from your diet. There are certain ingredients that can destroy a person’s diet. They include hydrogenated oil, bleached flour, enriched flour and corn syrup.
Read food labels to check the amount of sugar and fat contained in the product. The “You: On a Diet” book says that food should not have more than 4 grams of saturated fat and sugar in the
Eat healthy snacks. . . The “You: On a Diet” plan encourages dieters to carry around food such as apples, carrots and nuts. Skip the candy and chips while after eating plan.
Include moderate exercise into your daily routine. Simple exercises such as yoga, walking and weight training can help a person lose weight.
Tips and Warnings
You can eat a lot of good fats such as polyunsaturated and monounsaturated in diet. These are found in foods such as olive oil.
Avoid salad dressings that are high in fat. An alternative is to season your salad with vinegar and olive oil.
Do not skip breakfast. The “You: On a Diet” plan encourages dieters to eat every morning. Studies have found that you are likely to be thinner if you eat a balanced breakfast every day.