My Diet is Better Than Yours: Meet the Experts

By Steve Dove | Jan 4th, 2016

Abel James is going into the game with “The Wild Diet Plan” which focuses on plant-based foods and absolutely bans carbs, but allows meats, cheeses, butter and even chocolate! Combined with one specially designed 7-minute workout a day— Abel says the pounds WILL come off!

Dawn Jackson Blatner presents “The Superfood Swap Diet” that promotes the practice of swapping out your favorite foods for healthier versions. No refined sugar and no snacking, but you’re allowed sweets and alcohol when with a group and you only exercise for fun!

Jay Cardiello gets his contestant off the scale with “The No Diet Plan”, teaching how to count carbs with the “Plate Method”— filling half your plate with veggies and the other half with equal parts carbs and protein. By spreading out calories evenly throughout the day and getting tons of exercise in, Jay hopes to lead his contestant to victory.

Carolyn Barnes’ philosophy with “The Clean Momma Plan” is that you can turn any part of your daily life into an opportunity to burn calories. Her plan spells out how chores around the house can be game changers when it comes to weight loss and wellness. “Taskercising” coupled with three meals and three “grab-me-snacks" per day, she says her contestant will be full and burning more than she takes in, in record time.

Jovanka Ciares comes into the competition swinging with “The Wellness Smackdown Plan”, an anti-inflammatory vegan diet that uses herbs to detoxify the body. This diet puts your body on a schedule, only feeding it between the hours of 10AM and 7PM— and drinking a gallon of water, fruit smoothies, along with three meals, including fresh vegetables and whole grains. Jovanka even adds warm oil massages as well as herbal teas. The hard part: ABSOLUTELY NO SNACKING! We’ll see how her contestant holds up in “My Diet is Better Than Yours!”

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