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The Grapefruit Solution
Pucker up and get ready to savor grapefruit at every meal. On The Grapefruit Solution, this citrus fruit is the secret to losing weight. But don't be distressed: you can choose fruit, juice, or a supplement version of this wonder fruit. The grapefruit is so magical that just adding it to your food plan, says the diet, will lead you to lose weight. The diet's claim is that grapefruit contains a key compound that prevents excess dietary fat and carbohydrates from being absorbed. When you eat it at least three times a day, grapefruit provides a feeling of fullness and reduces hunger. You'll also reduce cholesterol levels and lower your risk of heart disease.
What makes The Grapefruit Solution different?
This diet promises weight loss due to a single super food, the grapefruit. The plan claims to be even more effective when you combine it with any other diet (like South Beach, Atkins, or Weight Watchers). Just don't forget to live the grapefruit lifestyle and consume some variation of the marvelous citrus with every meal.
What is The Grapefruit Solution?
The "Diet" consists of consuming grapefruit in addition to other healthy foods, rather than consuming grapefruit as the bulk of your diet. Eating grapefruit is an addition to a healthy eating plan or diet that you can commit to and that involves slow weight loss and permanent changes in eating and exercise habits.
Grapefruits can be included in most diet plans like Weight Watchers, The Zone, and Jenny Craig. If the diet bans the fruit, you can take capsules instead of eating whole fruit. This diet promises that, no matter which plan you choose, grapefruit should help you lose weight. Even if you just add grapefruit without changing any other eating habits, you can also lose some weight.
A serving of grapefruit is half to one grapefruit, an eight-ounce glass of grapefruit juice, or 2 tablets of CitraSens supplement (or any other pure grapefruit supplement as described by the diet) at each meal. You can choose whichever form of grapefruit you like, as long as you consume at least one serving per meal every day.
Many helpful hints for choosing, purchasing, sectioning, juicing, and consuming grapefruits are offered. You can learn where to purchase special sectioning knives, juicers, and other easy preparation tools.
If you don't enjoy eating naked grapefruit, you can top the fruit with grape jam, aspartame and cinnamon, or a maraschino cherry. You can also try one or more of the plan's grapefruit recipes.
A typical day's breakfast could include low-fat yogurt sprinkled with low-fat granola. Lunch is fruit salad with some grapefruit or a green salad with raw vegetables. Dinner could be a casserole with vegetables, grains, and beans, with a small green salad, and a fruit for dessert. Snacking is a good thing. Choose snacks that are low in calories (between 30 and 60 calories) like 1 whole grapefruit, a cup of fresh or canned fruit, or ½- cup of low-sugar, whole-grain cereal.
And don't ignore your sweet tooth. Satisfy those sugary desires, if you can, by eating frozen fruit bars or other low calorie or low-fat treats.
What are the weight loss expectations?
If you eat or drink grapefruit at each meal without any other dietary or physical activity changes, you can lose up to ten pounds in three months. When you add grapefruit and follow the diet plan of your choice, you should lose one to two pounds per week. For health reasons, don't lose more than three pounds weekly.
Is exercise promoted?
You should incorporate a minimum of 20 minutes of exercise you enjoy at least three days every week. By increasing the time and intensity slowly, you can work your way up to 40 minutes five days per week. The diet offers guidelines on how to incorporate exercise into your daily life and tips on keeping you moving. It also suggests "ten commandments" of exercise, including drinking plenty of water before, during, and after exercising, exercising at your own pace and fitness level, and keeping a daily written record of your progress.
Are supplements recommended?
If you don't, won't, or can't eat grapefruit or grapefruit juice, take a supplement instead. The supplement is highly concentrated, powdered grapefruit and peel.
The pill form gives you greater than 40 times the benefits of eating a grapefruit. Take this pill three times daily, once at each meal. When you purchase the supplement, choose CitraSens or Grapefruit Solution to ensure that it is pure grapefruit.
You should also take a multivitamin with minerals daily. If you don't eat dairy products, take a calcium supplement with breakfast. If you're eating a well-varied diet, you should have little need of supplements.