Weight Loss – Rosedale Diet

March 7, 2007 · Filed Under Weight Loss 

Before having weight loss surgery many weight loss surgeons as you to loose a few pounds. This makes it easier for the weight loss surgeon to see better when performing laprascopic surgery. One way that has proven effective for people to loose these few pounds is with the RoseDale diet.

What? You’ve never heard of the Rosedale diet? Well, if you are into medical research, you certainly will have heard of Dr Ron Rosedale, one of the foremost researchers into leptin, the hunger hormone. Research shows that if your diet controls leptin, it will also control insulin, the fat storage hormone. And so Dr Rosedale developed the Rosedale diet, based on the latest medical research, to become the ultimate health, weight loss and anti-ageing diet.

But be warned: if you’re used to eating junk foods, or sweet or starchy foods, the Rosedale diet will be a radical shock! You’ll mostly be eating large amounts of low-starch vegetables, with small amounts of protein, possibly including some low-fat dairy foods. The Rosedale diet is low in saturated fat, but liberal in the good, plant based oils such as olives, nuts, and avocados.

Yes, the Rosedale diet is also a low carb diet. So how is it different from the well known Atkins diet? Lets contrast the real-life experience of one, very weight-loss resistant woman on the first two weeks of each of these diets, and sticking strictly to the rules.

First two weeks on Atkins. Plenty of meat, chicken, bacon, cheese, cream, etc. Small serves of vegetables. Total weight loss - 1 lb. (that’s a very small weight loss for this diet told you she was weight-loss resistant!).

A few weeks in-between on no particular diet, to stabilize the weight again, then:


First two weeks on Rosedale. Lots of salads, stir fried vegetables. Small serves of protein, mostly fish. More restrictive than Atkins, but its actually enjoyable to have more vegetables. Total weight loss – 14 lbs !!

Yes, the Rosedale diet appears to be able to do the seemingly impossible and normalize your metabolism to help you lose weight, even if other diets have failed you in the past.


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