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BANTA: The Fat Burning Index Diet
The Fat Burning Index Diet
What does "Banta" mean?
The first low carbohydrate diet book ever was written in 1863 by William Banting (1796-1878.) Banting's Letter on Corpulence Addressed to the Public had such a big impact on health conscious audience of his time that "banting" became a term meaning 'dieting' and a new English word occurred: the verb 'to bant' or 'to diet.' Though forgotten elsewhere, in Sweden, 'banting' is the word for 'dieting' as you read this. 'Att banta' still means 'to diet' or, as it used to be in Banting's time, 'to bant' -> Read more
A low carb diet can go wrong - - if you watch only carb grams in your food -> Read why
The thing I was most excited about with this plan was the specifics: eat this, don't eat this. Give me lists and specific plans! The recipes are fabulous, my friends raved about that mashed cauliflower. People are definitely commenting on my changing body" -- Naomi (lost 4 pounds and 1 1/2 inches in two weeks)
I am so thrilled! I can't believe this is happening! I realize now, that I have never had this kind of success on another diet and I am very motivated to continue. -- Dawn (lost 11 pounds in 1 week)
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In our 2002 trial, out of 1300 participants, 92% lost weight; most of them kept it off for at least one year. You, too, can expect:
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