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What Do You Know About The Sonoma Diet?

What Do You Know About The Sonoma Diet?

Postby Randon » Fri Oct 31, 2014 3:08 am

The Sonoma Diet is an updated low-carb diet with a Mediterranean theme. The Sonoma Diet ****The Sonoma Diet is an updated low-carb diet with a Mediterranean theme. It is broken into two phases, called "waves." In "Wave 1," the dieter is banned from eating most sweet or refined foods. The much longer "Wave 2" permits fruits and wine. It has a unique method of calculating portions by filling sectors of small plates with specified food categories. The diet is healthy but complex. It is also very restrictive, which makes it more difficult to stay on. Also, the book doesn't offer enough on exercise. The recipes were tasty but elaborate to prepare. Average recommended daily calories are a mere 1,390, with 10 fruits and vegetable servings.The Sonoma Diet is definitely one of the best weight loss diets out there, simply because it offers so many fine-tasting food, and it doesn't focus on counting calories. It's really not even a diet at all, in the sense you won't hate going on it.There are many testimonials and weight loss success stories of people losing 20, 40, 60, and even 80 lbs under the Sonoma Diet. The diet is chock full of healthy foods such as almonds and olive oil. Its focus on Mediterranean foods make the Sonoma Diet one of the best out there, in terms of weight loss and complete health! The Sonoma Diet is organized into three waves. Each wave takes ten days, and each one is more strict than the previous. The 2nd wave is where the main weight loss occurs. The 3rd wave is simply the phase where you maintain your normal, healthy weight.The Sonoma Diet is built upon the principle that you should eat normal-portioned meals, never large ones. You should not have to count calories too. To make sure you eat the right portions in your meals, you should measure the size of your bowls you use for each meal.For breakfast, you should use a 7 inch plate. For lunch, and supper you should use a 9 inch plate. The diet will tell you what to fill each plate with for each wave. Sources: Me; http://www.colonzone.org einlanzer 88 months ago Please sign in to give a compliment. Please verify your account to give a compliment. Please sign in to send a message. Please verify your account to send a message.
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What Do You Know About The Sonoma Diet?

Postby blais » Fri Oct 31, 2014 7:48 pm

Nothing at all . . . :-(
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What Do You Know About The Sonoma Diet?

Postby Roderic » Fri Oct 31, 2014 9:22 pm

The Sonoma Diet ****The Sonoma Diet is an updated low-carb diet with a Mediterranean theme. It is broken into two phases, called "waves." In "Wave 1," the dieter is banned from eating most sweet or refined foods. The much longer "Wave 2" permits fruits and wine. It has a unique method of calculating portions by filling sectors of small plates with specified food categories. The diet is healthy but complex. It is also very restrictive, which makes it more difficult to stay on. Also, the book doesn't offer enough on exercise. The recipes were tasty but elaborate to prepare. Average recommended daily calories are a mere 1,390, with 10 fruits and vegetable servings.The Sonoma Diet is definitely one of the best weight loss diets out there, simply because it offers so many fine-tasting food, and it doesn't focus on counting calories. It's really not even a diet at all, in the sense you won't hate going on it.There are many testimonials and weight loss success stories of people losing 20, 40, 60, and even 80 lbs under the Sonoma Diet. The diet is chock full of healthy foods such as almonds and olive oil. Its focus on Mediterranean foods make the Sonoma Diet one of the best out there, in terms of weight loss and complete health! The Sonoma Diet is organized into three waves. Each wave takes ten days, and each one is more strict than the previous. The 2nd wave is where the main weight loss occurs. The 3rd wave is simply the phase where you maintain your normal, healthy weight.The Sonoma Diet is built upon the principle that you should eat normal-portioned meals, never large ones. You should not have to count calories too. To make sure you eat the right portions in your meals, you should measure the size of your bowls you use for each meal.For breakfast, you should use a 7 inch plate. For lunch, and supper you should use a 9 inch plate. The diet will tell you what to fill each plate with for each wave.
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Postby enzio » Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:09 pm

Pam_I_Am said: 1 Nothing at all . . . :-(88 months ago
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