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The Arnot Diet

By: Kelly Mellott

What it is: The Arnot Diet was created by nutrition expert Dr. Robert Arnot in his book “Dr. Bob Arnot’s Revolutionary Weight Control Program”. Though the title of this read is not especially unique, Dr. Arnot’s style to dieting is different than most – his concept is to eat before you get hungry in order to avoid bad food choices based on availability.

How it works: The Arnot Diet program aims for “Feed-Forward Eating,” requiring you eat before hunger kicks in to avoid the ol’ I-forgot-to-eat-until-ten-at-night-so-I-guess-I’ll-just-eat-ice-cream-for-dinner weight-gain dilemma. Eating in advance forces you to think about when you are going to eat and plan accordingly so you can prepare healthy choices instead of a quick-fix.

What you do: While there is no set meal requirements for the Arnot Diet, Dr. Arnot suggests following the food traditions of Asian and Mediterranean cultures. On the program, you will eat three portion-controlled meals a day and three snacks between each meal. With moderation, Arnot dieters can consume carbs, meat, dairy, fruits, vegetables and even alcohol. Fiber is important to this meal plan so aim for a lot of beans, lentils, peas and unsweetened cereal. Exercise is also very important and Dr. Arnot recommends many great work outs in his book.

Benefits: Dieters that despise calorie counting, the Arnot Diet may work for you! Plus, this diet was created by an expert nutritionist so it is all-around a healthy weight loss program that doesn’t exclude any food groups and promotes exercise.

Downside: Some dieters find this plan a bit hard to follow because it does not give detailed meal instructions and direction and find it difficult to understand.

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