The Waterfall Diet Review
What You Should Know
Perhaps you have seen a pregnant lady all through her pregnancy and you notice how she continues to swell even when her belly may not be growing. Many times this is due to water weight. Those of us who are not pregnant can have the same trouble. If you have trouble holding fluids and you just cannot lose the weight, then perhaps The Waterfall Diet would be right for you.
The Waterfall Diet was written by Linda Lazarides, who is a naturopathic nutritionist. The basis of the Waterfall Diet is to get rid of excess water by changing your diet. Linda says that that the two main types of water retention are that which deals with consuming too much salt or kidney and heart problems. The second type of water retention problem is has to do with the foods you eat, and the retention is actually in the tissues. The Waterfall Diet claims an individual can lose 14 pounds in 7 days. The diet change is similar to that of a low-carb diet. The waterfall diet replaces red meats, wheat, dairy products, sugars, eggs, and coffee with vegetables, beans, soy, grains, and fish. On the Waterfall diet, you would also take a vitamin.
The Waterfall diet suggests not only that water retention is a cause of many over weight individual’s problems but also that of people with PMS, swollen legs, and high blood pressure.
List of Ingredients
The ingredients one should ingest in this diet are vegetables, beans, soy, grains, fish, and a vitamin.
You can purchase the Waterfall diet book for $15.95. Linda charges $80 for private consultation, and her e-guide is $12.00.
- It may help individuals with other fluid retention problems.
- Helps individuals figure out what foods are safe for them and which are not.
- The website showed a before and after picture.
- It makes use of soy, which has been known to be dangerous for some individuals.
- It is not a balanced diet.
- It may be difficult to stick with long-term.
- Some people may find the diet changes to be too strict.
- The weight loss seems to fast.
- Exercise did not seem to be a focus.
The general idea behind The Waterfall Diet is good, because many people hold fluids. If a person is holding fluids and the diet helps to lose them, this is good. The diet makes you lose water, but for many, water is not the only problem. Though it does make individuals change there way of eating, the whole purpose behind it is for fluid retention. If a person is convinced this is their only problem, and they continue on a fluid retention diet, it does not seem healthy, and they will stop seeing results. Linda does say that the diet can be a test to see if you are retaining fluids. Supposedly, the results of the diet are obvious as individuals with a water retention problem lose large amounts of fluid. The foods the dieters would be giving up would be natural weight loss helps, so it also makes one wonder if it is the change in diet that causes the weight loss as much as the loss of fluids.