3 Day Kaiser Diet


3 Day Kaiser Diet

The 3 Day Kaiser Diet, often called the 3 Day Kaiser Permanente Diet, is simply an alias for the original 3 day diet. The diet itself does not differ in any way from the 3 day diet; it in fact follows the exact same nutrition plan and guidelines for performing the 3 Day Diet.

The 3 Day Kaiser Diet is named after one of America’s leading health organizations Kaiser Permanente. The reason the diet is named this was simply so that the creators of the diet could use the name of the respected organization to promote the diet and make money of off it. The Kaiser Permanente organization actually has no affiliation with the diet.

This is a common practice for marketers of the 3 day diet and its other pseudonyms; many people have renamed the diet with aliases such as the 3 Day Cleveland Clinic Diet, the 3 Day Birmingham Diet, The 3 Day National Heart Association Diet. And when it comes down to it all of the prior organization have no affiliate and have generally come out speaking against the diet.

What Is The 3 Day Kaiser Diet?

The diet involves following a strict meal plan that includes 3 meals a day for 3 days. The diet is comprised of low calories and diuretics which will help stimulate short term weight loss. The 3 Day Kaiser Diet does not include any exercise and does not continue for more than 3 days. After you have completed the diet it is suggested that you return to eating normally for 4 to 5 days before attempting to do the diet again.

What are the results of the 3 Day Kaiser Diet?

According to the diet plan you are expected to lose 10 pounds in 3 days. Realistically you should expect to lose 3 to 4 pounds of water weight that will be gained back once you return to your normal eating and drinking habits.

Is the 3 Day Kaiser Diet Healthy?

We recommend you speak with your physician before starting any diet. Ultimately the 3 Day Kaiser isn’t unhealthy, but it does not advocate long term weight loss or maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The extended use of diuretics such as coffee could result in dehydration if you do not drink enough water. The low caloric intake of the diet is worrisome to me and I feel like speaking with a nutritionist or physician to decide what you caloric intake needs to be should be done before you start.

Discuss the 3 Day Cardiac Diet

Tags: , ,