You just have to love all of these fad diet plans. There have been some real winners come down the line, and the “Popcorn Diet Plan” is yet another example.
We’ve seen the Cabbage Soup diet plan, Special K diet plan, and we get the Popcorn diet plan. Perhaps they should add a free DVD movie rental with it. Isn’t that the mental image you get when you think of this type of diet plan?
So, what does this diet plan include? You know it has to be more than just eating popcorn all day.
The Popcorn diet plan is actually similar to all other diets; you change your eating habits to include more nutritious foods and vegetables, get regular exercise and limit portion sizes. The thing is, that will help you lose weight regardless. That’s just sound advice.
Where does the popcorn come in? That is what you have between meals as a snack.
What kind of popcorn can you have? The popcorn diet plan calls for popcorn that has no butter and no salt. In other words, it’s not the type of popcorn you will enjoy eating for any length of time.
And therein lays the problem with these specific food diets. Regardless whether it’s popcorn, Special K cereal, cabbage soup, etc. The all become hard to swallow in a quick amount of time. Eating these foods morning, noon, and night will drive you nuts after a few days.
The biggest question you should ask yourself with any diet plan is; is this diet a long term solution? Will I want to be on it a month from now? I’m sorry to say, but the Popcorn diet plan is not a long term weight loss solution. Although it’s great for a movie night at the house.