Mischa was a nervous wreck. She had a friend's wedding to attend, and she had a quirky feeling that she was not exactly in shape. If it would have been any other wedding, she would not have been so conscious. But what made her so conscious was the fact that she had a thing going for one of her friend's fiance's friend.
She made up her mind that in the 10 days leading up to the wedding, those few extra pounds had to be gotten rid of! She checked out the internet for diets, and Voila! She was as good as she could look at the wedding!
Diets that Work for Women
Bitter 'Sweet' Truth
Glycemic index (GI) diet is especially good for diabetics. It focuses on, and works by controlling the consumption of usual carbohydrates. Instead, it promotes the consumption of low GI carbohydrates. That is because, it stabilizes the insulin and glucose levels in the blood
Diet - The Celeb Style
Primarily a liquid, this is what has been named as Hollywood diet. It is one of those extremely popular fad weight loss routines. The basic plan is not to eat for 38 hours, and only have a nutrient rich drink to fulfill the body's requirements of vitamins and minerals.
In this plan, you drink an 8 ounce drink containing 4 ounces of water and 4 ounces of juice. The drink has to be slowly sipped over a four hour period. By sipping it gradually, hunger pangs are kept at bay. You do this for two days, four times a day. Then you have to drink 4 ounces of water.
This drink is made up of soy milk, orange and cranberry juices, yogurt, wheat germ oil, and flaxseed oil. You can get the recipe on the internet, without spending a penny!
Cal(orie) it a Day
This too falls in the category of producing fast results. This is called the 1,300 calorie diet plan. If you have a fetish for counting calories, this is exactly the diet plan you would want. This is a low fat weight loss plan requiring the individual to eat four to six light meals a day, rather than eating 3 heavy meals a day.
Disclaimer: This information is solely for educating the reader. It is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of a dietitian or nutritionist.