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Wow. That title just doesn't look right. Anyway, I'm Tyler and I wanted some tips. I'm probably posting in the wrong category here but I do have a question about diets as well. First off, does anyone know a good way to find out exactly what vitamins I should be taking without having to sit and do countless hours of good ole internet research? I really don't have the extra time to do that but I still want to know what is right for me to take. Thus far I have not seen anything other than just the standard multivitamins that try to cover a hundred supplements in one. I am on a budget so I'd like to find options that would have me to pay about 70 bucks a month or less. I just know that they key to jumpstarting my way into better health would probably start with a good vitamin routine.
I also wanted to ask about the 17 day diet. I got the book and the workbook (which I found online very cheap) but before I devote the several hours into reading it I wanted to know if anyone on here has used it before and how well does it work? I saw an episode of Dr. Phil where he started one of his patients on the diet for free, and it also says it is recommended by "The Dr.'s". So what kind of results should I expect? I don't want to get my hopes up on losing 50+ pounds if this is only going to get me on the track to losing like, 10. Any weight lost is awesome, but I'm looking to lose a little more than the average person. Actually, I'm looking to lose about a small person. According to BMI calculators and average weight charts, I need to lose about a hundred pounds. I know it won't be easy but anyone got any extra tips on how I could go about doing this quickly and safely?
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All extreme diets, whether or not low-carbs, low-fat or high protein, cause serious nutritional deficiencies that have an effect on all organs and systems and might cause a spread of physical, emotional and mental issues. Additionally, they'll turn out drastic short-term weight-loss, they don’t guarantee long-term results. Rather, those that lose weight quickly by following extreme diets regain all weight lost (sometimes even more) at intervals a quick amount of your time.
It is thus clear that extreme diets aren't healthy and useful in the slightest degree. And it's vital to recollect that just about all fad diets, though not therefore extreme because the typical anorectic diet, lack vital nutrients and might cause similar health complications.