The Reverse Diet Review
The Reverse Diet is akin to living your life back to front as far as meal time are concerned. Eat what you normally would for breakfast at dinner and what you normally would for dinner – for breakfast.
Health and nutritionists believe that calories taken on at the start of the day are burnt off more effectively than later on in the evening as we are more mobile at the beginning of the day than by the end. By eating bigger portions when we awake we are least likely to put on weight.
The phrase Eat breakfast like a King, lunch like a Prince and dinner like a pauper was first attributed to the Reverse Diet
Origin Of The Reverse Diet
Tricia Cunningham is the originator of the Reverse Diet – Tricia apparently lost in excess of 160lbs by simply reordering her meals throughout the day.
A typical breakfast for Tricia would be rice and vegetables. While in the evening just a bowl of cornflakes, toast or whatever Tricia would have for typical breakfast.
“Dinner at Denise Van Outens House may be a disappointment.”
“Eat Breakfast like a King, lunch like a Prince and dinner like a pauper”
Denise Van Outen – follower of the Reverse Diet
In conjunction with nutritionist Heidi Skolnik, Tricia put her experiences, findings and expertise into the best selling book that has become a huge hit with Hollywood A-listers including Denise Van Outen, Byonce Knowles and Angelins Jolie.
How To Use The Reverse Diet
There is not an awful lot involved and just three rules apply:
- Have a big breakfast to start off the day
- Eat a smaller meal at lunchtime
- prepare a tiny portion for dinner
Of all the all the diets and diet plans in existence this has to be one of the easiest to follow – but how Tricia Cunningham managed to spin a complete book out of this principle is both amazing and profitable.
Check Your BMI (Body Mass Index)
The book draws up meal plans and recipe ideas and if you don’t relish the idea of meat and potatoes for breakfast, just eat more of what you usually have in the morning and gradually reduce the amount you eat at each meal.
Does The Reverse Diet Work
A majority of diets work – it is just discipline by the dieter is the main cause for failure.
Reverse Diet Pro’s
Eating less and less throughout the day is sensible as going to bed on a full stomach is not wisest decision if losing weight is a concern.
Reverse Diet Con’s
Finding the time to prepare a large meal in the morning is not practical for everyday folk.
Good intentions and definitely the correct principle but the book repeats the King/Prince/Pauper theme too many times.
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