What kind of diet is right for YOU?
Take our nutritionist-designed quiz to find out what type of diet is right for your body and weight loss goals.
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YOUR FREE DIET PROFILE!
Which of the following statements best describes your current heart health?
Do you currently have type II diabetes, or have you exhibited signs of pre-diabetes?
Are you opposed to eating animals, or animal products for any reason?
Do you experience gastrointestinal distress when consuming foods containing gluten?
How high on your priority list is burning fat fast?
Which of the following foods do you enjoy the most?
Where do you currently do the majority of your grocery shopping?
Which type of food would you most prefer to include in your diet?
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The Weight Loss Village Diet is an online program that is run through a website – also known as an ediet.
Get With the Program: Getting Real About Your Health, Weight and Emotional Well-Being is a weight loss book that was authored by Bob Greene, who is an exercise physiologist and certified personal trainer. Green specializes in weight loss, fitness and metabolism.