The Green Faces Diet Review – Help Me Lose Weight Fast
Probably the best diet program we’ve reviewed so far, the Green Faces diet is a simple program to learn and a very easy starting point for many beginner dieters. Some of you serious dieters or people who are already lean and fit may not enjoy this program as its simplicity is what makes it so great.
The green faces diet is only subject to two simple rules:
Rule # 1- Eat things that are green;
Rule # 2- Eat things that had or had a face.
Simple sound? It’s basically when you break everything by those rules. I’m going to take a second to break the rules a bit more. Rule n. 1 is pretty straightforward, if it’s green, you can eat it. Broccoli, spinach, lettuce, peas, green beans, and cabbage are just the surface of the green vegetables you can eat. Rule n. 2 is pretty simple once you think about its two parts. “It had a face” simply means that you, or someone else, had to kill it in order to eat it. “It would have had a face” simply means that it could have grown into a face. So that means eggs are in, milk, cheeses, and other dairy products are out.
Sounds easy enough so far? Then this can work for you. Basically, by eliminating what you can’t eat, the Green Faces diet doesn’t officially restrict what you eat. Portion sizes don’t matter as much on this diet. Dieters can basically eat whatever they want while on this diet as this is a behavioral change in the dieter. Rather than shooting, the Green Faces diet aims to fix people’s weight loss problem with a change in the food menu. Of course, once you dive into the diet, you quickly realize that there are exceptions to the rules. Of course, fruits are allowed in moderation, fruit juices and other high-sugar beverages are discouraged, but they are semi-allowed. Basically the idea is to have a low carb diet that allows the dieter to lose some weight and keep it off until they follow a strict program.
In conclusion, the Green Faces Diet is a good beginner program that, if followed correctly, can completely sweep away a dieter’s path to success. With this path created, all a dieter would need is motivation, a little more drive, and the desire to lay the foundation for a stronger and more effective program. Some of the disadvantages of the program is that it does not address any physical aspect and does not take into account the individual dieter, but the dieters as a whole. If you are trying this diet, consult your doctor before starting any diet, including the Green Faces Diet. This review, or any other review, should take place to seek advice from your doctor.