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March 2, 2011

What is so special about the Rice Diet?

What’s so special about the Rice Diet?
That’s a good question, especially if you’ve tried other diets without success. You want a diet that works for you, and there are a number of reasons why the Rice Diet is the one. But remember, there is no one waving a magic wand to enable you to lose the weight. The Rice Diet works, if you’re willing to do the work to gain success!

For starters, the Rice Diet consists of typical, everyday foods, many of which you’re probably already eating. That makes it fairly easy to get started on and stay with. The meals and snacks you’ll enjoy are tasty, filling and satisfying, and there’s a wide variety to choose from. You won’t grow bored with your food selections and you won’t feel deprived in quality or quantity. At the same time, the diet is free of excessive fats, sugar, cholesterol and added salt, which are the big culprits in obesity and a host of other serious medical problems. On the Rice Diet, you can eat delicious, healthy foods while avoiding all the unhealthy choices that contributed to your weight problem and health issues.

Exercise is another feature of the Rice Diet—and another reason why it’s the Right Diet for You. If you’re presently “exercise-challenged,” don’t worry. Before they get with the program, most Ricers are! As you’ll see though, the exercise required by the diet is both doable and enjoyable. Exercise of course helps burn off calories, but that’s not the only benefit. Regular exercise can also help lower the risk of just about every medical nightmare you want to avoid—cancer, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, depression, osteoporosis, you name it. Regular exercise gives you more energy, helps you sleep better, helps you handle stress better and improves your self-esteem. Imagine all these benefits—and they’re yours free with the Rice Diet (okay, you may have to spring for a pair of walking shoes and sweat outfit). So what are you waiting for . Contact us at today.