Harcombe Diet Review 2019 - Rip-Off or Worth To Try?
The Harcombe Diet is broken up into three phases. The first phase lasts five days and promises the most amount of weight loss. The record amount of weight loss is said to be rather large. The second phase is designed to teach the dieter to reach and keep their ideal weight loss. The third phase promises to show dieters how to cheat in order to enjoy some foods that they may not think they could.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On The Harcombe Diet?
Dieters on the Harcombe Diet will likely see some level of weight loss, at least in the short run. This is going to be due to the fact that a dieter will be going from eating foods that are processed to all-natural foods. While it is not pushed in this manner, this is still a way in which calories will be reduced, and thus some weight loss will likely occur.* However, maintaining that weight loss will mean staying on whole and natural foods and not reverting back to former eating habits.back to menu ↑
Is The Harcombe Diet Easy To Follow?
The Harcombe Diet is not an easy diet to follow. Because there is a shift in the types of foods that are to be consumed, it means a trip to the store will be necessary. In addition, many of the foods on the list are specialty foods that can’t be found at a regular grocery store, which means an additional commitment of time and money.
Furthermore, dieters on the Harcombe Diet who like to eat out will find it very hard to do. Restaurant foods tend to contain a lot of the preservatives and much of it is processed, which is not allowed on the diet. Therefore, those who are social will have a hard time with the Harcombe Diet.back to menu ↑
The Harcombe Diet book retails for around $10 and there are other products, such as DVDs that can be bought. However, the real cost is with the food that is to be eaten. Again, whole foods and natural foods will cost more.
It is also worth noting that the Harcombe Diet kind of contradicts itself. Yes, it is a good thing to cut out processed foods in a diet if you hope to lose weight, but doing so will mean a reduction of calories. If the calorie theory is wrong as the Harcombe Diet states, then that would mean that the Harcombe Diet itself would not work, which is confusing to say the least.