Pancreatitis prevention

Prevention could include:

  • Authored by Judy Mazel, the New Beverly Hills Diet focuses on "conscious combining" as a key to healthy weight loss. Learn more.
  • Developed by Dr. Barbara Rolls, the Volumetrics diet plan focuses on the energy density of foods. Learn more about Volumetrics and find out if it will work for you.
  • The Master Cleanse Diet is a liquid diet used to detoxify the body and encourage weight loss. Find out if the master cleanse diet is safe and effective.
  • We reviewed the Shangri-La diet, developed by psychology professor Seth Roberts, and identified its pros and cons. The goal is stop uncontrollable weight gain.
  • The French Women Don't Get Fat Diet is based on eating high-quality foods in moderate portions. The creator, Mirielle Guiliano, claims French women don't diet, and they don't count calories, or skip meals. Learn more.
  • Even though a healthy diet is important for both genders, women have some specific needs when it comes to their health. There are certain foods that all women should eat more of, and some food types to limit or avoid all-together.All women of chil...
  • The 3 Hour Diet, developed by Jorge Cruise, involves eating small portions of food every three hours. We reviewed and identified its pros and cons.
  • Glycemic Index (GI) diet plans are centered around the glycemic index, which is a scientific ranking that classifies foods based on how quickly they raise blood sugar levels. Learn more.
  • We reviewed the Best Life Diet, a plan developed by exercise physiologist Bob Greene for changing the way people eat, exercise, and live to improve health.
  • Developed by best friends Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin, the plan aims to motivate women to join the 'Skinny Bitch' club by quitting the junk food and opting for wholesome, natural foods instead. Learn more.
  • Getting older doesn't mean you need to give up being active. In fact, daily physical activity can improve your health in a number of ways, at any age.
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