Top Diet Plans for Women

Two Popular Diets For Busy Women

You don't have to look very hard these days to see that there are many popular diet programs being advertised and promoted on TV to help busy women loose weight.

Each one claiming that you can lose X amount of pounds in just a few days/weeks. Some of these are paid subscription diets, so you should really try to find out as much as you can about them before getting out your credit card for that monthly fee.

Below we will look at two of the most common subscription diets that you can choose from today. Other programs can be found at

** South Beach Diet.

The South Beach Diet is becoming ever popular. Unlike other diets, it is not strictly low carb or low fat. It is more about eating the RIGHT carbs and fats. It was developed by Dr Arthur Agaston and the site offers subscribers free tips and recipes to help them stick to their goals each day.

You can also plan your meals and track your weight loss using the tools provided.

The South Beach Diet is a proven way to balance your diet and exercise program. Although it may not give an instant weight loss like some of the other diets listed below, it really helps you to keep track of your goals and stick to them.

** The Atkins Diet.

The Atkins diet is by far one of the most popular low carb diets on the planet. It's principle is to help you lose weight by removing carbohydrates from your diet which enables the body to start using and burning off the excess energy/fats that your body stores up.

You will go through a 2 week ketosis process of only eating 20 grams of carbs per day and also eating a high protein diet of fish, meats and vegetables. Once the 2 weeks is finished, you will then increase your carb levels until they keep you at your desired weight.

The Atkins website has lots of information that you can download for free. This should give you all the details you need to start including exactly what you can and cannot eat as well as detailing the whole process.

The Atkins Diet give a rapid weight loss for most people in just 2 weeks, so is well worth trying.

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