The Cambridge Diet
I have included The Cambridge Diet on my
site, as it was a very popular diet in the 1980s and I do not feel a
Fad Diet site would be complete without information on this popular
weight loss plan.
The diet is not a 'free' fad diet as it involves
eating only pre-bought company products.
In the early 1960s, two research scientists devised a
perfectly balanced diet for astronauts. It was a nutritionally
complete formula that would help ensure that the space travelers
received their daily requirement for vitamins, minerals and trace
Some of the Cambridge Diet products available on the
A spin-off from the space program, the diet was
developed as a nutritious, easy-to-store-and-prepare food
replacement. Dr Alan Howard, one of its inventors, was the first to
try the diet himself. He worked as a research scientist at Cambridge
University in the UK. Together with Dr Ian Baird of the West
Middlesex Hospital in the UK, they successfully carried out the
research that would lead to this famous diet.
The diet consists of several different programs based
on your desired weight loss outcome. Cambridge programs range from
intense, with the consumption of only their food products, to less
aggressive programs where you consume Cambridge products plus
The total calorie for three Cambridge meals is only
about 420 calories a day, making it an extremely low calorie diet.
I have never tried the Cambridge diet, but thousands
have lost weight with the program. If you think it could work for
you, click on the link below, or get more information from one of
the books available on Amazon.com
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