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February 09, 2004

There are so many "hot"

There are so many "hot" diets right now. I feel like almost everyone I know is, or has been on Atkins or South Beach. Dick Norlander proposes his new diet: "Bud Light 2004 Diet."

Some of his reasoning for this diet working includes:

The average diet recommends a daily caloric intake of 1,200 calories for women, 1,500 for men, if you want to lose the medically safe two to three pounds a week. On the “Dick’s Bud Light Diet Plan,” that equates to at least 12 beers a day for women and 15 for men. A realistic goal.

The alcohol in beer is a diuretic, which causes the water to flush out almost immediately, leading to a consistent workout regimen including deep knee bends (getting out of the chair), fast walking (very good for your heart) and squats (depending if you’re male or female.

Drinking beer actually helps you sleep – even when you aren’t necessarily tired. All that added rest is certain to help any problems you may have experienced in sleep deprivation counting calories on those other fad diets.

In addition, you may experience the occasional “How did I get here?” Syndrome when you wake up, which always makes for lively conversation, and possibly additional exercise if you have to sneak out and run home.


Posted by Lawren at February 9, 2004 08:56 AM

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