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The Biggest Loser

ImageTalk about must-see TV.

If you are in the market for a diet that makes for good TV, The Biggest Loser Diet is the right thing for you. Every fall millions of people tune in to see contestants battle for the title of "Biggest Loser" with the help of celebrity
trainers Bob Harper and Kim Lyons, these dieters use a balanced nutrition program and a proven fitness plan to drop the extra weight.

Now, viewers can put The Biggest Loser Diet to work, available through TheBiggest Loser book or through the biggestloserclub.com for less than $5 a week. But you will not have to do this alone. You will not only have the ability to
interact with other dieters; you will also have the opportunity to lose along with The Biggest Loser experts and contestants.

Beyond the camaraderie, you will receive personalized meal plans and recipes, as well as a personalized exercise program that's suited to your fitness level. Basically, members who join the Biggest Loser Club are granted an all-access pass to the tools that the show's contestant use to whittle their waistlines.

There is even a risk-free, 10-day trial so that potential members can take a test run of the popular program. The Biggest Loser Club has the three main components of a successful weight-loss program: healthy eating, regular exercise and online support.


ImageThe highly-visible, made-for-television diet is a calorie-controlled, carbohydrate-modified and fat-reduced eating plan. There are no processed foods (chips, sugary cereals or hot dogs), no processed grains (white bread,
pretzels or pastries), no trans fat and no white sugar.

At the same time, the Biggest Loser diet does not endorse eliminating all carbs. The diet is high in fresh, minimally processed foods and lean protein, which control hunger.

There is also a 12-week cardioprogram using intervals to increase intensity. Alternate the cardio workoutwith a circuit-training program that has nine specific moves with only seconds between sets.

This workout is performed three times a week for 30minutes. As your body changes, you will increase repetitions, sets and theamount of weights.

NBC's Biggest Loser Diet Club Same diet & fitness program used on TV - personalized to your goals!

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