• Success With The South Beach Diet

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    June 1, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Many people who are serious about losing weight are finding success with the very popular South Beach Diet. This diet was created by a cardiologist, Dr. Arthur Agatston, who wanted his heart patients to be able to lose weight safely.

    The South Beach diet is not about no carbs or no fats – it’s about eating the right carbs and the right fats. Dieters are educated to eat the right kinds of carbs, which have a low GI (glycemic index) and therefore digest easier and don’t allow the insulin level to spike – causing cravings for more carbs. The right fats are emphasised, such as olive oil, and omega 3 oils from fish.

    The South Beach diet has 3 “phases” – Phase 1 is the beginning phase in which carbohydrates are restricted for the first 2 weeks, but are added slowly back into the diet after that. Among Phase 1 foods are lean meats, low fat cheeses, nuts, low GI vegetables, lite tofu, and sugarless candy.

    In Phase 2, fruits, starches, dairy, vegetables not allowed in Phase 1, some chocolate, ice cream and even red wine are added to the list of acceptable foods.

    Phase 3 is meant to maintain your desired weight for life – continuing to eat low glycemic index foods, the right kinds of fats, carbs, and food portions.

    South Beach dieters say that there is no hunger on this diet – they eat three meals a day, two snacks, and dessert after dinner, if preferred – in fact, they say that if you’re not snacking on this diet, you’re not doing it correctly.

    Basically the South Beach diet is a lifestyle change, and a healthy one at that. While you lose weight on the South Beach diet, you are also reducing your risk of future heart problems, high cholesterol, atherosclerosis and diabetes.

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