For those of you unfamiliar with the diet, here's a brief look at it.
"There are no scheduled foods or meal times, just a pattern to follow for each meal:
Three meals a day, two of which include protein, veggies and no carbs; the other is your reward meal and you'll enjoy a salad, equal parts protein, veggies and a carb like potatoes, dessert or bread. You have to eat your reward meal in 60 minutes.
The high calorie and protein intake has raised red flags for some, as has the option to eat the foods that feed your addiction. "
I was just wondering. If this diet works so well (it's gotten decent reviews on several websites including Amazon), then why aren't more people doing this instead of the Atkins diet or the SBD? It just seems like an easier version of those two. What do you think?
And for those familiar with the diet. What are some of the allowed foods? What veggies are and aren't forbidden?
I appreciate everyone's insights!