Hip and Thigh Diet
Rosemary Conley developed this Hip and Thigh Diet in 1983 and has been a UK best seller for this period. The diet has hardly changed in the last twenty years and it is basically a very low fat diet that encourages lots of vegetables, starchy carbohydrates and regular exercise.
The diet comes with a comprehensive exercise plan designed to help with weight loss and tone muscle. The diet bans quite a lot of foods but the recipes are easy to follow and hunger is not a problem on this diet. The diet encourages three regular meals and is a sensible well balanced diet that is based on proven dietary facts.
Rosemary Conley’s Hip and Thigh diet does not make you lose weight on specific areas of the body this is a diet myth and the weight loss that occurs will be from allover the body. Generally the hip and thighs are the last areas of fat that is lost during dieting, the diet does contain some exercises that will help you tone the hips and thighs.
Rosemary Conley’s Hip and Thigh diet: Positives
Rosemary Conley’s Hip and Thigh diet: Negatives
Rosemary Conley’s Hip and Thigh diet: Verdict
The Hip and thigh diet is recommended as it is a well balanced diet that includes exercise and is based on sound principles and should improve overall health as well as helping you lose weight. No diet can make you lose weight specifically from one area of the body and the hip and thigh diet is no exception.
Paperback – 3 January, 2002
An updated and expanded edition of Rosemary Conley’s classic diet book, with a wider selection of flexible menus, over 150 recipes, more options for vegetarians, maintenance instructions and straightforward fat-charts, and a new programme of exercises for the hips and thighs.