Rachel Own l Diet


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Rachel looks great for running several TV cooking shows, a daily talk show (Rachel), line of cookware and a magazine. She offers a non-diet approach to dieting, where the emphasis is not about meeting your body to everyone else's standards, but learning what your body means to you. The Rachel Diet is a no-nonsense common sense approach to dieting: eat what you should, avoid what you should not eat, and indulge yourself once in a while.



What are Rachal Ray's Rules?


As with all diets, Rachel's Diet has a few simple rules that you should follow.


  • Decide what your "perfect body" means to you.
  • Do moderate exercise frequently.
  • Learn from your past mistakes: change things in your diet that obviously did not work for you before.
  • Don't eat if you're not hungry.
  • Don't skip meals: eat less, but more frequently.
  • Think healthier: eat less fast food, drink more water, and get more fruits and vegetables in your diet.
  • Self control is the key.


 

Lori's Experience


Lori lost 70 pounds using Rachel's diet.

"I love Rachel's recipes because you can see exactly what's going into your meals. It makes you accountable for what you're putting in your mouth."

"It's easy to make substitutions: I use fat free half-and-half instead of heavy cream, and chicken stock when I want it to taste fried without the frying."

"Get exercising. Pick an activity you like - for me, it was kickboxing!"




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