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Omitted the chicken and shrimp, turned out fabulous! Great recipe that will stay on my rotation! Also in the ingredients you wrote 3 basil leaves but in the instructions there is no mention of basil, what should I do with those? I have a 4. I just made this and added the optional cooked bacon. It is so yummy, my first time making. I am definitely adding to my recipe book. Thank you so much for an easy, quick, fill your tummy up, feel good gumbo.

Made this last night and it was a HUGE hit. So easy and we loved it! Slowly but surely he started exercising again and, even though at the beginning he could barely walk, he started seeing improvements even before most of the weight came off. In my case, I went through several popular diets before I finally found a program that did the job.

Jason, however, found a tried and tested system and stuck with it until the end. Jason says that what made this journey easier than previous attempts was having a plan that would walk him through it, step by step, from beginning to end. Nutrisystem gave Jason the structure he needed to be successful long term. The system told him exactly what to eat, when to do it, and even included food which was easy to prepare, tasty, and nutritious.

No more trips to the supermarket, where endless shelves of snacks and prepared foods could tempt him. Luckily for Jason, he always loved to keep himself active in his younger years, and his newfound body allowed him to retake his old hobbies again. Not only did he start playing golf and other sports again, but he even had the energy to take new challenges, such as running his first 5K race!

In the end, Jason lost an outstanding lbs and in his late 30s is now fitter than ever. This radical change gave him all the confidence he needed to try new things and indulge in what matters the most to him, his family, and not just on food. Now the father of two, Jason feels happier and healthier, which in turn has made him into a better father and husband.

But we do learn that the meal replacements are not optional. During the first phase you will be eating three of the Ideal Protein foods and your own dinner—which is just 8 ounces of lean protein and vegetables. And you stay in this phase until you have lost your weight. Imagine someone needing to lose a hundred pounds or more?

I always read the disclaimer on a weight loss website. You learn a lot: You must use their meal replacements during the first phase—which could last a few months, or a year or more. I did find nutrition labels for some meal replacement foods, like the Triple Chocolate Wafers. But it has, wow, 16 grams of protein. So does three-quarters of a cup of cottage cheese, at calories and 7.

With a visible ingredients list. I located a lot more labels, but none included the actual ingredients; just nutrition info. This one from a center in Groton, Connecticut. This diet—or, actually, complete lifestyle change—purports to be medically sound and created in response to the obesity epidemic. When the American Medical Association AMA recognized obesity as a disease, more and more of these medically-created or supervised kinds of diets and clinics began popping up everywhere.

In this case, the clinics, practices, or pharmacies already exist, and they sign on to add Ideal Protein program as an adjunct making money for all. But science and nutritional experts generally agree that some meal replacements may be okay.

And in general, experts say high-protein diets like Ideal Protein are okay for already healthy people. The Mayo Clinic says while diets like this may help with weight loss, the jury is still out on the long-term safety of high-protein-low-carb-low-fat diets because of health concerns. And side effects including headache and constipation. Plus, they say, high-protein diets may hurt people with kidney disease. Their suggestion is to cut out bad carbs—processed ones—and replace them with whole grains and good carb-rich vegetables.

They also say that a restrictive diet is not sustainable: The best eating plan is one that you can stick to long-term. What about Ideal Protein reviews? Testimonials posted on this website have been provided by individual dieters and are representative of their own personal experience and are not typical.

Any statements or claims, posted on this page, are not being made by the owner of this website or by Ideal Protein. The most recent post about Ideal Protein I found was a message board thread from late My doctor has strong opinions on Ideal Protein she said absolutely not but some doctors say it can be done safely. Ideal Protein is offered at my hospital and many people have joined it and lost dramatic amounts of weight.

Almost every person has gained it all back. The only person I know who lost weight on Ideal Protein and kept it off is a man who married a dietician right after he went off the diet. One full review on Pissed Consumer. But they needed to lose weight and decided to go for it. I started to lose some weight but was constantly sick and had no energy.

Then I noticed I was losing my hair. I went to my doctor and was told that this Ideal Protein diet plan was dangerous and that it starves the body of much needed carbs and nutrients. The main problem with such plans is in the theory itself — the idea that by starving your body of carbohydrates that you will then use fatty tissue for energy, and lose weight. Yes, you will lose weight, but it is not the way that you should want to lose it, and therein lies the problem.

The issue is that not only does the fatty tissue get used, but so does the lean tissue. You know…your heart, liver, kidneys! So, while you are losing weight temporarily you are not losing it properly and can be putting yourself at risk. In addition, you are not giving your body what it needs — your body need carbs to survive, and is very dependent on them. Without them your body will start using what are called ketone bodies instead, which can lead to additional problems due to the imbalances this creates by making your blood overly acidic.

Unfortunately, the Ideal Protein Diet falls right into this category, and thus really should be avoided. She says a lot about Ideal Protein and her experience with it.

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