When you see a diet that claims instant weight loss results red flags should go up. Infomercials that boast that their diets are easy and you can lose 30 pounds in 30 days are nothing more than weight loss gimmicks. Many people are duped by these diets because they sound good, and because they often have a celebrity or athlete to endorse them. Remember two things: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, and celebrities and athlete like getting paid. Inspect all weight loss programs for their level of success, not for the hype with which it is promoted.
The reality is folks; there is no real way to lose weight safely other than eating fewer calories than you burn. The rate your body burns calories and your low calorie eating habits are the two most important elements to losing weight. If you exercise and lower your caloric intake too much, you'll burn more muscle than fat. This is when your diet fails because you eat more to make up for your body starving, and this is why crash diets never work. Miracle pills, no-carb diets, etc., don't work. The only way you are going to lose weight is to eat a healthy, low fat diet and exercise.
Your diet should be high fiber with more fruits and vegetables and less fried foods. Think low fat and eat more fish, skinless chicken and extra lean ground beef. Don't keep junk food in the house, and exercise every day.