Welcome to our new series on diet plans and menus. We can help you find the right weight loss program for YOU, one that meets your specific needs and objectives. But don’t take our word for it. Once you have found the weight loss program that seems to meet your needs, be sure to consult with your medical or other health care professional. Save time and money and protect your health by discussing your diet plans with a dietician or nutritionist. I am not a health care professional. But I do know one thing; the excess baggage that you acquired in years or even decades of abusing your body won’t melt away in a manner of weeks, independent of what you may read elsewhere.
Each article briefly presents a popular diet, describing its objectives and what distinguishes it from the dozens and dozens of competitive diet plans. We conclude by providing sample menus for two days. Keep coming back; we will be adding articles on a regular basis.
One more thing: I love wine and feel that wine in moderation can be good for you. Take a look at other columns in this site for more information. And check out our comprehensive sister site, www.theworldwidewine.com, for weekly reviews of $10 wines, scads of reviews on organic wines, and lots, lots more.