Beverly Hills Diet Review
The Beverly hills diet was created by Judy Mazel (actress, a good qualification?) is a type of food combining diet. It claims that by following the plan for the full 35 days a weight loss of 10-15 pounds is expected.
The diet is mainly based on fruit which it claims contain the enzymes that can activate the human bodies metabolism to burn fat faster, while combining a protein with a carbohydrate can destroy enzymes which slows down the process and cause an increase in body fat.
It is a 35 day diet plan where you can only eat specific fruits for the first ten day and as you continue add different foods every few days in an unsafe and impractical diet plan. Some of the points stated in this diet have no scientific background at all.
Beverly Hills Diet: Reasons for
Beverly Hills Diet: Reasons against
Beverly Hills Diet: Verdict
The Beverly Hills diet does not live up to its promises of being healthy, preventing disease, detoxing and rapid weight loss. It is very unhealthy and unsafe. There may be some weight loss but there are a variety of different diets around that are far healthier and easier to follow.
Paperback – 1 August, 1997
Based on The New Beverly Hills Diet and the rules of Conscious Combining, this cookbook shows readers that staying slim doesn’t have to be boring or bland. Mazel provides Born-Again Skinnies with a wealth of recipes featuring Consciously Combined staples and delicacies in sauces, breads, soups, main dishes, and more.