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The Rachel Ray Diet

By: Kelly Mellott

What it is: This celebrity endorsed diet plan is really quite different than most. It doesn’t require starving yourself, skipping meals or fasting. In fact, many refer to the Rachel Ray Diet as a “non-diet.” The idea is to remove the pressure, expense and time-consuming tasks of dieting and customizing a real plan that works specifically for you.

How it works: It’s easy – watch what you eat, make time for three meals a day, and get out there and exercise. But The Rachel Ray plan encourages dieters to not get too down on themselves if they do cheat once in a while and not to monitor every waking minute by stepping on that scale too often.

What you do: The Rachel Ray Diet has only six rules to follow – first, decide what a “perfect body” means to you – not everyone else. Then, think in a healthier frame of mind – drink water, stay away from fast food, and eat your fruits and veggies! Get that exercise in as much as possible and learn from your past mistakes – change things that didn’t work for you before. And lastly, don’t skip meals but if you’re not hungry, don’t snack!

Benefits: The Rachel Ray Diet doesn’t restrict you from eating the things you love but encourages you to eat in moderation. This allows you to create a perfect plan for yourself with low stress and pressure.

Downside: While some folks appreciate the low pressure plan, the Rachel Ray Diet requires a lot of self-control and willpower. If you like organized plans, this diet is not for you.

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