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Suzanne Somers: Somersize Review  



Background:

Suzanne Somers, famous for her role in “Three’s Company”, a sitcom from the 1970’s, created the Somersize weight loss plan through several diet books such as ‘Eat Great, Lose Weight’, ‘Get Skinny on Fabulous Food’, and ‘Eat, Cheat, and Melt the Fat Away’. She has made such an impact on the weight loss industry that she has transcended through the decades on her Somersize program.

Pros:

  •  Her many books provide well thought out explanations about cutting refined carbohydrates and many processed foods out of your diet

Cons:

  •  Is loaded with various controversial views on food combining that are included in her “Super Seven Rules”

Diet and Nutrition:

Suzanne Somers books outline the Somersize 2 phase program which averages roughly 1,200 calories per day. The initial phase is where most of the weight loss takes place. In this first phase, carbohydrate intake is severely limited. The second phase focuses on maintenance by reincorporating carbohydrates back into your diet while increasing your protein intake. Foods such as chicken, fish and beef are recommended daily as well as fat items such as butter and cheese. Items such as low starch vegetables and fruits are encouraged with limited intake of whole grains.

In addition to the low carb aspect of the Somersize program, Somers also included seven rules that must be followed which include:

  1. Avoid sugar and all foods that break down into sugar
  2. Eat protein and vegetables together
  3. Eat carbs and vegetables together
  4. Do not eat carbs with protein and fat.
  5. Do not skip any meals.
  6. Only eat fresh fruit on an empty stomach.
  7. Allow three hours to pass before eating again or changing

Fitness & Exercise:

The Somersize program advocates regular exercise – a minimum of 30 minutes per day, three days per week. Somers also has several in-home products, such as the ThighMaster and the EZ Gym cable system that can be used at home for toning and full body workouts.

Conclusion

The Somersize program combines low carb dieting with restrictive food combining, however, the results reveal that is works. Thousands of people have lost weight with Suzanne Somers since her first book back in the 90’s and many will continue to do so for years to come.

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