Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 31, 2011
To begin the new year, BestDietTips.com is launching the most complete list of diets ever assembled. This project will feature information on some of the most popular diets on the market as well as some of the most obscure plans, including Asian diets, Eastern European diets, and diets from different cultures throughout history. Readers who come to the site looking to learn about diets, will be pleased to find an extensive list of hundreds of diet plans, with information provided about each one.
Valerie Kirk, writer for Best Diet Tips says, “We are creating the ultimate diet destination for people--whether they are looking to learn more about a specific diet, or are just curious to find out what diets are out there.”
Best Diet Tips has always provided its visitor with free information on well-known diets like Atkins, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, and South Beach Diet. While the site will continue to be free, now Best Diet Tips is widening their reach and providing facts to those people seeking information on the lesser known diets like the High School Reunion Diet, Fat Loss 4 Idiots and The Park Avenue Diet.
When potential dieters arrive at the Best Diet Tips Complete List of Diets, they’ll find each diet listed in a specific category, a feature which helps to tailor their search. Categories include: Low Carb Diets, Low Calorie Diets, Celebrity Diets, Vegetarian Diets for Weight Loss, Crash Diets, Calorie Shifting Diets and Easy Diets.
Readers can expect to find the main points of a diet like The Kind Diet, which is a plant-based vegan diet (free of meat, dairy, white sugar and processed foods) created by actress Alicia Silverstone, in the Vegetarian Diets for Weight Loss section. Some diets will be seen in multiple sections. Readers will find information on the 17-Day Diet in both the Crash Diet and Calorie Shifting sections. This particular diet is made up of seventeen days and three phases, with smart calorie fluctuations to speed up the metabolism for rapid weight loss.
“What we’ve creating is the ultimate diet hub…it will all be here," says Valerie. "No more searching the internet for hours, people will be able to find all the info they need in one place.”
This is the kick-off for an ongoing project for 2012 noted the Best Diet Tips developers. The site will continue to add to the list every week throughout the year.
“And in the future, as more diets hit the scene, we’ll add them to our extensive resource,” Valerie goes on to say.
Readers can expect to see entertaining information on historical diets and eating habits, such as how the French Revolution not only changed French politics, but the way French people dined--going from 4 meals a day to 2 (breakfast and dinner).
In addition to interesting historical facts, Best Diet Tips will also explore diets which draw their inspiration from different places around the world. Diets such as “French Women Don’t Get Fat,” and “The Mediterranean Diet” fall into this category. “French Women Don’t Get Fat,” is a diet based on consuming high quality, fresh foods, smaller portions and eating slowly.
BestDietTips.com plans to leave no diet category untouched, as the site will list diets like the “Amen Solution” and other faith based diets, diets with strict regimens, diets that require little or no cooking and those that are designed around eating at America’s most well-known fast food chains.
“This is a stellar opportunity for Best Diet Tips to grow our audience in 2012. We have a consistent following now, but we’re excited about increasing our reach to new readers by adding this new, unique feature,” says Valerie.
About Best Diet Tips
BestDietTips.com provides dieters with free tips, tricks, and secrets for weight loss success, as well as candid facts about popular diets. Read in depth reviews of Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, Weight Watchers, South Beach Diet, Atkins Diet, I Love This Diet, Fat Loss for Idiots and others. Popular articles include: ”Nutrisystem vs. Jenny Craig,” “Low Calorie Desserts and Snacks,” “Help! I Can’t Stick to My Diet,“ and How much does Jenny Craig Cost in 2012?”