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Eat with Smaller Utensils, Eat Slower, and Get Full Faster

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14:53 PM | 30 January 2012

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There seem to be two types of diets on the market today: simple low calorie/low nutrition diets, or long complicated multistage diets. The new diet plan in vogue is the Cleanse: literally just drinking juice for a week or two.

There seem to be two types of diets on the market today: simple low calorie/low nutrition diets, or long complicated multistage diets. The new diet plan in vogue is the Cleanse: literally just drinking juice for a week or two. That one definitely falls into the former. These diets are risky and have serious long-term health effects. Diets like the Atkins plan or South Beach Diet fall into the latter. They come with 500+ page manuals to explain their diet.  Every stage and every variable in a diet plan is an opportunity for failure. The simpler and easier a diet plan is to follow, the fewer chances it has to go wrong.

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