The truth about diets

Regarding nutrition, weight loss or health, not a week goes by
without a piece of information or ad contradicting the previous assertion.

So who is telling the truth?

Weight loss is not a miracle case

At a time when more and more people are becoming aware of the importance of a good diet to remain slim and healthy, swindlers of all kinds are having a field day pushing miracle products, foods or methods. Money drives this war and justifies all the lies. It seems that the bigger the lie, the more likely it will be believed. Many people who are overweight or have fragile health want to improve their situations, and can easily be influenced by the wrong methods.

Diet, health, weight loss:
mixed messages

Even more disconcerting are the often contradictory messages coming from scientists, doctors or healthcare professionals. Each of them claims to have found the magic pill. In fact, the official message of those who claim to be authorities in this area changes quickly. For example, quite recently it was recommended that eating margarine instead of eating butter and other fats helps prevent heart disease. However, we now know that hydrogenated margarine is just as bad, if not worse for your health than butter.

Same goes for carbohydrates. For about ten years ago now, experts recommended increasing carbohydrates and reducing fats, and obesity literally exploded, becoming epidemic. We were always against these recommendations. Now we know that we have to watch our carbohydrate intake, especially refined carbohydrates.

So, who is telling the truth?

Well, you can believe what you want.

Our diet program
is based on globally demonstrated science