Sacred Heart Diet


Heard about the Sacred Heart Diet and interested to learn about what it can do for you?

The Sacred Heart Diet is a fad diet that promises speedy weight loss over the course of 7 days. For this reason it's alternatively called the 7 day plan. As with any plan that promises extensive weight loss over a relatively short period of time, The Sacred Heart Diet sounds like a great idea, but it's important with any fad diet to do your research and make sure the plan is safe.

So what can you expect from The Sacred Heart Diet? And most importantly, will The Sacred Heart Diet meet all of your nutritional needs?

This plan is purported to have been developed by the hospital of the same name as a method for overweight or obese heart patients to lose weight quickly, particularly before surgery. The plan is recognized as being a soup diet, which is a form of cleansing plan. The way it works is that slimmers are required to eat a meal plan that's mostly made up of a particular kind of low calorie soup. The soup recipe is generally composed of cabbages, onions, tomatoes, tomato juice and onion soup mix. Over the course of the plan you're told to have soup whenever you feel hungry. The generally accepted principle is that the more soup you eat, the more weight you'll lose. When you do the plan there are also particular solid foods that you're allowed, including potatoes, vegetables, fruit juice, and on very rare occasions, beef.

The plan claims that if you follow it correctly you can lose up to 10 to 15 pounds in the 7 day period. However, there are health concerns over the fact that plan is very low calorie and doesn't meet daily nutritional requirements. It has also been discredited by the hospital, which denies that the meal plan originated there, and condemns it as being potentially dangerous. Consult your doctor before beginning this or any other fad eating plan.



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