There are no specific articles that compare health diets, however there are many articles online which discuss benefits, pros and cons between various fad diets and such.
In general, most diets will only work if one cuts down on calories and combines it with exercise. Fast diets will be the same. Those who follow it swear by it, but results will vary.
There are no diets that can specifically target belly fat, however, belly fat is the first type of fat to be lost on any diet because of its metabolic properties.
No, consuming raw meat can lead to sickness. Meat has to be cooked to get rid of the bacteria on it or in it. Raw food diets include veggies and fruits. Raw food diets are mostly vegetarian diets.
try "WieghtWatchers" instead. diets don't work.
One can find details of fat burning diets at the front desk of any local gym, Max Muscle, GNC, and online at Web MD. The best way to obtain details of fat burning diets would be through a personal trainer.
Just about any diet that is out there can be geared towards health. In fact, most diets are, they're just portrayed to help you lose weight so people are more apt to try them out over other diets.
Check out WebMD. They are very good about providing recent health information. Also, any magazine directed toward men's health or women's health are very good about providing health articles.
You can learn the truth about diets from a nutritionist. They are trained in nutrition and would be able to dispell any diet myths and the health dangers of starting a "fad" diet.
While there are many diets which claim to offer health benefits based on a particular diet geared to blood type, the truth is that there is no scientific evidence supporting any of these claims. Studies have not found any connection between weight loss and diets tied to blood type either.
Yes, there are hundreds of online articles on Fitness. Here are some them: http://www.articlecity.com/articles/health/article_9290.shtml http://crackberry.com/tags/gym-technic
The prison I was in allowed diets. Like kosher diets, diets based on any allergies, etc.
Any diet can help you to lose weight long as you take in fewer calories than you burn. Extremely low calorie diets are not suggested for long periods of time due to adverse health consequences.
This website can provide you with the information you need and more: http://www.health.com/health/ This website talks all about health and fitness. It also talks about how fitness relates to heart health.
Yes, articles such as Men's health are great articles that you can read online fore free, others you can simply search, for example: How to get fit is an excellent search choice, you can also search for a variety of ways to get fit.
Yes, actually there is a very large magazine called Men's Health. You can read some of their articles online or subscribe here: www.menshealth.com/
There are not any diets that are specifically designed for women. However diets such as Jenny Craig offer diets for men and women. I have researched this question and have not found any diets specifically for women.
Good Housekeeping Magazine has an awesome tool on their website that allows you to see various types of diets and what they entail. You can even choose more than one and compare it directly to another to see which one seems better suited to your needs. The link is www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/diet-comparison/