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The Waterfall Diet Ebook

THE WATERFALL DIET is a revolution in dieting. Linda Lazarides reveals Controlling Water Retention by Linda Lazarides for online ebook. The Waterfall Diet. Low-carb diets help you lose body fat; The Waterfall Diet helps you lose water retention and hidden water weight. Now for the first time in this condensed. The Waterfall Diet book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Do you eat next to nothing and exercise for hours every week, but.

Shelves: books-we-own , cooking , health-and-nutrition This is an enjoyable medical guide to the causes of water retention, a problem more common than most people realize. And the causes are often not what we would expect. Before reading this guide I thought that water retention was simply a salt problem. I had no idea that sugar and chocolate could cause the same symptoms. The list continues: vitamin and mineral deficiencies, not c This is an enjoyable medical guide to the causes of water retention, a problem more common than most people realize. The list continues: vitamin and mineral deficiencies, not consuming enough protein,certain prescription drugs,sensitivity to chemicals, and stress. Throughout the biology chapters Lazarides refers to The Waterfall Diet, reiterating again and again that unless there is a larger problem such as congestive heart failure, most water retention problems can be solved nutritionally. After the biology lessons have ended, Lazarides explains the three phases of The Waterfall Diet. It's all about eating the right foods and finding out which foods are wrong for your body. The calorie count remains normal and may actually go up for people who have been trying to lose weight by cutting calories. It is just a good, sensible way of eating once you get through the first two phases and find out which foods are contributing to the problem.

It helps you to de-junk your diet by eliminating fatty, sugary, salty and processed foods, together with coffee and booze. And The Negatives? This diet is very restrictive and may not fit easily into family mealtimes.

Eating out may also be difficult. Three months is a long time to follow such a restricted diet and in the long term you may suffer from low intakes of certain nutrients, particularly calcium as no dairy products are allowed.

Waterfall diet

Bear in mind, too, that the iron in red meat and the calcium in dairy products is better absorbed and used by the body than the iron and calcium in plant foods so you need to make sure you are eating good amounts of these foods.

The downside of this is that it can set up a pattern of yo-yo dieting. Side effects such as headaches may also occur as a result of caffeine withdrawal. Fluid retention can be caused by many things including standing for long periods of time, hot weather, pregnancy, long-haul flights, hormonal changes linked to the menstrual cycle and certain medications.

But it can also be a symptom of a serious underlying medical problem such as heart failure, kidney disease, liver disease or arthritis so if you suffer, you should always see your doctor for advice. Reduce Fluid Retention Treating fluid retention will certainly make the scales dip in the right direction. However, for most of us, fluid retention is usually only likely to be responsible for a few extra pounds — not the massive 14lb that this book indicates might be the case.

Glycogen is stored with three times its weight in water so when this store is depleted, you also lose the water with which it is stored, explaining why you normally lose lb in the first week of any calorie-restricted diet. This means we will also lose excess fat and so start to lose weight. This, of course, is no bad thing, but can be just as easily achieved by eating a healthy, balanced diet that provides 1,, calories a day and allows you to eat a wider variety of foods, including dairy and wheat products.

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Fluid Retention Really To Blame? In reality, fluid retention is unlikely to be the main reason why most of us have a Body Mass Index above 25!

The Waterfall Diet: Lose Up to 14 Pounds in 7 Days by Controlling Water Retention

Most of us only need to stand naked in front of a mirror to see whether we are carrying too much body fat! For example, there are scales that can do this at many gyms and health centres. Food Allergies Unfortunately, this diet also perpetuates two myths: firstly, that a large number of people in the Western world suffer from allergies; and secondly that weight problems are often due to an allergy.

In fact, while nutritional therapists tend to believe that around one in three of us suffers with a food allergy, the British Nutrition Foundation say only one in people have a food intolerance and only a small proportion are truly allergic to a particular food.

The diet has a lot of science to plough through, too. There are eight chapters before you get to the diet itself.

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Seven of the chapters each deal with a different cause of fluid retention. However, the diet itself really only focuses on a food allergy being the main cause. You are left assuming that you need to avoid that food forever!

Plus 1 apple. Dinner Bowl of lentil soup followed by roast organic chicken with broccoli and spring onion in a vinaigrette dressing. Plus blueberries.

Drinks Homemade beetroot and celery juice mixed with lemon juice Snack. These symptoms are supposed to indicate that you are allergic to or have an intolerance of that particular food. Sandquist says that while a true food sensitivity can cause these symptoms, it may have no connection at all to weight gain. Phase 2 is four weeks. Wheat crackers, wheat flour or egg-free wheat pasta is added in week 1, while dairy products like cheese, yogurt and cow's milk are included in week 2.

Week 3 allows eggs, and yeast can be added in week 4. Phase 3 Foods The final phase of the Waterfall plan is designed to form the eating habits you'll follow in the future.

Lazarides advises that 90 percent of your diet during phase 3 should be made up of only the foods that were allowed during phase 1. The remaining 10 percent of what you eat can include foods reintroduced during phase 2 or that were not allowed during the first two phases of the diet as long as they do not trigger symptoms or lead to weight gain. Sandquist cautions that if the foods you eliminate from your diet are replaced by higher-calorie choices -- high-fat gluten-free products, for instance -- you may continue to struggle with weight loss.

Expert Insight If you strictly adhere to the Waterfall diet and eat only the recommended foods during phase 1, it's likely you'll lose weight. You may also be more likely to become deficient in essential nutrients like iron and calcium, however. The restriction on cereal grains may increase the risk of zinc deficiency in vegans and strict vegetarians.