The Brigitte Diet has been around for many years and is always updated according to the latest research of the nutritional sciences. The Brigitte Diet emerged from a collection of recipes published in the Brigitte Magazine.
Implementing the Brigitte Diet
Each and every bite of the three main meals and two snacks is precisely specified in the Brigitte Diet. The Brigitte Diet is very diverse which means that the preparation of the meals is time-consuming. If you actually want to do the Brigitte Diet, it is advisable to only do it if you enjoy cooking and shopping. The Brigitte Diet is not recommended for single working woman.
Effects of the Brigitte Diet
The Brigitte Diet reduces the intake of calories to 1.000 - 1.500 kilocalories a day. The intake of fat in the Brigitte Diet is 30g a day.
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Evaluation of the Brigitte Diet
- The Brigitte Diet is very well-balanced. It also offers a varied selection of recipes to use.
- Preparing the meals in the Brigitte Diet is time-consuming and so a passion for cooking would be a prerequisite. Shopping for the original recipes is also relatively time-consuming.
- The Brigitte Diet is one of the few healthy diets.
- One of the problems with the Brigitte Diet is that it concentrates solely on nutrition. Exercise and dealing with stress situations are not a part of the programme.
- The Brigitte Diet only allows an intake of 1.000 calories a day. There is no consideration taken on the individual calorie consumption. 1.000 calories is too little for many people and this can lead to the yo-yo effect.
- If eating habits are completely transformed at the end of the diet on a long-term basis, it is possible to lose weight healthily in the Brigitte Diet.
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