With numerous different diets available, juice plus diet how are we to know
what works and what is safe? The only way to be sure is to
discover the author's background and the research behind
the diet's methodology. Every good diet should give a.
background about the author and his/her credentials and.
experience in the fields of nutrition and biochemistry.
However, even a vast resume does not mean a credible and.
safe diet. But it does suggest, a minimum of, that the author has.
some knowledge of nutrition. Providing research behind the.
diet proves that the diet is not something the author.
invented, as long as the research is not self-serving and.
altered to fit a hypothesis.
Some diets may not need a heap of tests and studies.
behind them, simply because they are founded on.
fundamentals. For instance, many women's magazines.
have articles on dieting and fat burning, but they are.
sound sense suggestions that many people concerned.
about weight should know already: "Eat smaller meals", "cut.
down on sugar and fat", etc., are typical philosophies. More.
structured diets should give some scientific reasons for its.
suggested success, preferably example and research.
performed on everyday test subjects, in addition to athletes.