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If your 2012 diet is off to a fantastic start (if you indeed embarked upon one), yay you. And continue whatever it is you’re doing. If, however, you haven't already lost your desired number of pounds (and really - we think you're gorgeous just the way you are), don't be hard on yourself.
Maybe it’s not you. It’s the diet. Consider, then, these plans could be exactly right for you.
The Chubster Diet
Chapters include How to Work Out (without Looking Like a Tool); there are ratings - from awesome to awful - for Stuff You Can Nuke. Lean Cuisine Chicken with Lasagna Rollatini gets an awful. “Rollatini isn’t actually a type of pasta—it’s not even an Italian word,” notes Cizmar, who lost 100 pounds in eight months after something he refers to as “the Slurpee incident.”
Thrive Vegan Diet
Paleoista does not go that far; instead this book by Nell Stephenson, which comes out in May, is paleo for girls: it means eliminating anything made with sugar, processed grains, legumes and dairy. Which presumably will change the morning Starbucks habits of a lot of wannabe paleoistas.
Gay Men Don’t Get Fat Diet
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