17 Day Diet Plan – Fact Or Fiction?

The 17 day plan to diet has been seen on several television programs and endorsed by Dr. Phil. Do people really experience weight loss on this program?

It was designed to help people avoid the holiday weight gain. However, the principles can be applied throughout the year to help you shed a few pounds. Every 17 days, through four cycles, you’ll change what you’re doing, a method Dr. Moreno says “We call it metabolic, or body, confusion.”

The four cycles are as follows:

Cycle 1: Accelerate. Encourages rapid weight loss, cleansing and fat burning. Discourages fat storage.
Cycle 2: Activate. Resets the metabolism.
Cycle 3: Achieve. Develop good eating habits, re-teach yourself how to eat carbs.
Cycle 4: Arrive. A combination of the first three Cycles. On weekends, enjoy your favorite foods.

During these four cycles, you’ll alter the amount of carbs, fats and proteins you’re eating. This keeps your metabolism on its toes and never settling into one particular style of eating. It’s important to note that The 17 Day Diet relies on clean eating, which means no sugar, processed foods or fried foods. For exercise, you’re advised to follow a brief 17-minute workout video each day.