New Year, New You -- 2014 Diet Trends by Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery

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Throughout Orange County, hundreds of people are starting 2014 off with a new diet. Facial plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin Sadati has found that these 5 new diets are trending this year.

Facial Plastic Surgeon Discussess 2014 Diet Trends

New Year, New You -- 2014 Diet Trends

When combined with a good exercise routine, eating right, dieting and portion control can help people in Newport Beach lose the weight that they want to in the new year.

In the United States, more than two-thirds of adults are overweight or obese. With this in mind, many people have found that the new year is the perfect time to kick off their new diet plan. There are several diets that are making their mark in 2014, and these lifestyles are trending now that the new year is in full swing.

"When combined with a good exercise routine, eating right, dieting and portion control can help people in Newport Beach lose the weight that they want to in the new year. While this may trim the waistline for many people, they often find that they are looking to do a little more in order to revitalize their appearance. This is where cosmetic surgery comes into the picture, and the Natural Facelift is often the best way to rejuvenate their appearance after a dieting plan is complete," explained Dr. Kevin Sadati.

Diets That are Trending in 2014

The One One One Diet — Developed by Rania Batayneh, this diet requires participants to eat one protein, one fat and one carbohydrate at every meal in order to lose weight.

The Every-Other-Day Diet — Krista Varady created this diet, which asks people to restrict themselves to eating 500 calories every other day.

The Happy Herbivore Diet — Lindsay S. Nixon developed this vegetarian diet, which focuses on eating healthy greens and eliminating processed foods from meals.

The FastDiet — Michael Mosley and Mimi Spencer created this plan which requires people to restrict themselves to 500 or 600 calories on two nonconsecutive days each week.

The 100 Diet — Instead of counting all calories, Jorge Cruise asks people in this diet to simply count and restrict sugar calories.

These diets can help those who made a New Year's resolution to lose weight accomplish their goals. However, once many people have completed their diet and weight loss plan, they find that they don't look the way that they thought they would. Once a diet has been completed, and weight loss has been achieved, the excess skin on the body can sag in all the wrong places — especially on the face.

For those who are experiencing this phenomenon in 2014, the Natural Facelift may be the best cosmetic surgery option. This state-of-the-art procedure that can be done without general anesthesia was designed by Dr. Kevin Sadati himself. He uses a specialized technique, called the Double C Plication, in order to remove excess skin and tighten facial muscles. The end result is stunningly natural, avoiding a "pulled-back" look that many complain about from the traditional facelift procedure.

The Natural Facelift can be performed on patients between the ages of 40 and 70 and results will last for 10-15 years. It is done utilizing a combination of local and twilight anesthesia, ensuring that the recovery is as quick and comfortable as possible.

Orange County residents who are interested in capping off their year of weight loss with a Natural Facelift should set up a free cosmetic consultation with Dr. Kevin Sadati today.

For more information on the Natural Facelift and other cosmetic surgery options that are available to patients, contact Dr. Kevin Sadati's office.

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