What You Should Know
The Saint Tropez Diet is a book sold on Amazon.com for $20.76. No official website could be found for the diet or the book, but the Amazon website along with other third party retailers offer an in depth look at the basis for this diet plan. With foods like chocolate, wine and pasta on the menu, could a person really lose weight?
List of Ingredients
The Saint Tropez Diet book.
Many diet plans start off by eliminating alcohol, carbohydrates and sweets. The Saint Tropez Diet takes a completely opposite path. This diet includes wine, pasta and chocolate to name only a few of the foods allowed. There are four pillars when following the Saint Tropez Diet Ã± Eat More Omega 3s, Eat More Vitamin A with the Omega 3, Stop Eating Foods With an Unhealthy Fatty Acid Ratio and Add in Lots of Fruits and Vegetables.
The power of the Omega 3 fatty acids have been noted in clinical studies, but the power of these healthy fats is not strong enough to cause significant weight loss. According to some third party information, the diet plan limits caloric intake to about 1400 calories a day. This is about the right amount of calories for any diet plan so that is a positive. In addition to limited caloric intake, the dieter is urged to include exercise daily. Unfortunately, exercise is not supposed to be added until the 3rd or 4th stage of the diet. Exercise is the optimal way to increase weight loss and decrease hunger so this is a con for the Saint Tropez Diet Plan.
There was once an official website for the Saint Tropez Diet but the website is no longer in service. The lack of a website means there are no testimonials for the consumer to read and judge whether they want to try this diet for themselves. No testimonials were found on third party websites either. Amazon, however, does include 11 positive reviews of the Saint Tropez Diet book.
- Eating more Omega 3s can be good for overall health.
- Exercise is a great way to lose weight.
- Amazon.com includes positive testimonials for the book.
- Some dieters may have trouble with hunger.
- The caloric restriction may be too much for the beginning dieter.
- There are no fat burners included in the diet plan while exercise is contraindicated.
We like the thinking behind the Saint Tropez Diet, but without an official website or testimonials we cannot gauge how the theories work in real life. The price of the book is the same as some strong fat burners and appetite suppressants which could prove to be more useful than a book full of thoughts and recipes from Saint Tropez.