Live Well Buffalo - A Women's Health Blog from Catholic Health: Diet Plans That Are Too Good to Be True; And Those that Really Work!
The following article is written by Beth Machnica, a student at SUNY Oneonta, who interns for Deborah Richter, a registered dietitian at Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. One of the first things to scope out for in the diet world is diets having major limitations on calories or certain nutrients.

Paleo Diet is one that leaves your tank quite empty – meaning it's too low in carbohydrates. A diet that only requires 25 days or 8 weeks or 3 months is just like the sun in Western New York – temporary!

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