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Anyone Ever Tried the "Facial Analysis Diet"???????

 
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Anyone Ever Tried the "Facial Analysis Diet"???????
Just curious if anyone has tried it and what your experience has been.

Here's an excerpt from an article:

"A trained naturopath, Elizabeth's method is based on ancient Oriental traditions as well as her own experience over 30 years. She says: "If you don't water a plant it goes very many colours before it dies - yellow, brown and then black. And it's the same with our bodies when they lack the fluid and minerals they need to be healthy."

"I recommend people try to get all their nutrients through a diet of fresh organic food, but if you live in a city you should take supplements because a lot of the goodness in food is destroyed by pollution."

WHAT THE DIET DOES

ELIZABETH'S diet plans are individually tailored to her patients' needs and face types, but all start with a strict two-day detox plan where all alcohol and processed foods are avoided. This is followed by the two-week core diet to cleanse the body. Based on the slimmer's face type, the plan eliminates "irritating" foods and replaces them with "soothing" alternatives. Elizabeth then prescribes daily supplements. Here is a brief description of the six face types and sample foods to cut out:

TYPE A: Ruled by the thyroid gland. Dry skin, shiny nose, dull, fluffy hair, bulging eyes, cold hands and feet.

Foods to avoid: Yeast products, chocolate, red wine, white flour, mango.

Foods to eat: Apples, aspar-agus, oats, potatoes, cucumber.

TYPE B: Ruled by the liver. Yellow hue to skin, especially around the mouth, blue-ish or reddish nose, thick, furry tongue, red ears. Sufferers experience lack of motivation and concentration, and nausea.

Avoid: Alcohol, coffee, bananas, curry, oranges.

Eat: Apricots, garlic, potatoes, limes, cherries.

TYPE C: Suffers water retention. Bloated face, puffiness beneath the eyes, vertical line or groove under tip of nose, swollen ankles or fingers, lack of concentration.

Avoid: Canned fruit, cheese, peanuts, red meat, soy sauce.

Eat: Broccoli, fresh fish, onions, pineapples, spinach.

TYPE D: Prone to inflammation. Greasy forehead, nose and chin, large, open pores or very tight pores, sagging cheeks, horizontal lines across the forehead, smelly feet.

Avoid: Alcohol, mayonnaise, pastry, shellfish, rice.

Eat: Asparagus, turnips, berries, carrots, millet.

TYPE E: Prone to skin complaints.

Avoid: Beer, eggs, raisins, strawberries, watermelon.

Eat: Butter, cabbage, parsley, apples, oats.

TYPE F: This type only applies to men and is ruled by the prostate. Red forehead and top of ear, dark rings under the eyes, horizontal crease above the top lip, furred tongue.

Avoid: Aubergine, blue cheese, red wine, vinegar, sweet potato.

Eat: Courgette, lentils, peach, watercress, grapefruit.

THE TOP TIPS

-ALWAYS choose brown over white when it comes to pasta, rice or bread. Elizabeth says: "Pasta is just white flour and water - the stuff we used to make glue in school. Brown or buckwheat versions are always more nutritious."

-TRY to stick to traditional British staples like oats and potatoes if you are prone to bloating. "Rice and pasta are recent additions to our diet and some people have trouble digesting them."

-CHOOSE unsalted butter over margarine or other low-fat spreads and opt for jam sweetened in its own juice. "Butter is a fresh and natural product while other spreads contain all sorts of dyes and additives. Many sugar-free jams also contain artificial sweeteners which pollute the body."

-DRINK plenty of water throughout the day. "If you're thirsty, you're already dehydrated and your body can't function properly."

-TAKE a break. Get plenty of fresh air by getting out into the parks or countryside and don't take on more than you can handle. "Health is the most important thing we have and it has to be our priority."

-DON'T drink any alcohol and stay off caffeine during the plan - both tea and coffee can cause headaches, water retention, anxiety and insomnia while alcohol contributes to dehydration.

For more information on Facial Analysis and your face type, see The Facial Analysis Diet by Elizabeth Gibaud, pounds 6.99 (Random House). Or contact her clinic on 020 7486 3486. Mineral salt supplements available from www.nutricentre.com.

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Re: Anyone Ever Tried the "Facial Analysis Diet"???????
Is this anything like the 'pearl necklace' diet?
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Is this anything like the 'pearl necklace' diet?
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nope.

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Toejam N toast Diet works well.

The mere thought of chomping down on the
Naturopathic food causes a 5 lb loss in weight.
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Toejam N toast Diet works well.

The mere thought of chomping down on the
Naturopathic food causes a 5 lb loss in weight.
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vomit
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last bump
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last bump
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Elizabeth Gibaud is a total fraud with no real proper qualifications. Check all the registered associations and you will find that she has not passed any exam to do with nutrition or natropath - she is now 70 years old yes this year 2010 - she moves around various practices in London and just rents a room that says it all. You should check out her credentials - not the fact that celebrities have been to her.
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Is this anything like the 'pearl necklace' diet?
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Elizabeth Gibaud has no qualifications as a nutritionist or natropath - check them out before you waste your money added to which she is now 70 this year 2010......
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A quick read and you hopefully realize its utter bullshit. If you didn't, don't worry, the little yellow bus will be out front tomorrow to pick you up.

Losing weight is easy.

Detox your whole body, then specifically your liver. Then a parasite cleanse and a heavy metal detox. Lastly a candida cleanse followed by heavy probiotics.

Only organic soaps shampoos and make ups.

No perfume, no sun block.

Alkalize your body. Look it up.

Oh and quit eating like shit, if god didn't make it, don't eat it.
No processed foods, no sodas, no chemicals.

Lastly write out a plan to lose the weight with dates and goals. Measure your results ever day at the same time like before you shower in the morning. Yes weigh yourself daily. If you can't handle the truth then you probably won't lose any weight and may be why you're fat to begin with.

This worked for me. 260 to 200 in 9 months, no exercise. That was 4 years ago. Today I weight 205.7. I still weigh myself daily.

This has worked for everyone I've told that followed these simple instructions.

Someone is probably charging money for this info on line.

My gift to you!

Thin to win!
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I'm a tv producer- and I've worked on two series with Elizabeth. If she's really 70 then she really looks amazing. Her skin is fantastic and she has the vitality and energy of a 20 year old. A real testament to how good she is at her profession. I've also been seeing her as a client for over ten years and sent many friends to see her. Every time I've had a health problem - Elizabeth has helped me get better. Many of my friends have had the same healthy and weight loss experience. She talks common sense.
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I'm a tv producer- and I've worked on two series with Elizabeth. If she's really 70 then she really looks amazing. Her skin is fantastic and she has the vitality and energy of a 20 year old. A real testament to how good she is at her profession. I've also been seeing her as a client for over ten years and sent many friends to see her. Every time I've had a health problem - Elizabeth has helped me get better. Many of my friends have had the same healthy and weight loss experience. She talks common sense.
 Quoting: gladys 943653

Obvously you are in her pay and have not checked out any of her credentials. Suggest you check them out before you get into any trouble .....................
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does it involve tonsil babies? if so, i think i have my wife on this diet...

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Shit shit shit

I felt Ill during her detox and there were no improvements.

Sorry
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Hello, I've seen Elizabeth at her clinic and no, I don't work for her. It definitely wasn't cheap..but yes, her diet works if you stick to it.

I lost 10lbs in 2 weeks and she also helped me get pregnant despite losing one of my ovaries and having extreme endometriosis.
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Re: Anyone Ever Tried the "Facial Analysis Diet"???????
Just curious if anyone has tried it and what your experience has been.

Here's an excerpt from an article:

"A trained naturopath, Elizabeth's method is based on ancient Oriental traditions as well as her own experience over 30 years. She says: "If you don't water a plant it goes very many colours before it dies - yellow, brown and then black. And it's the same with our bodies when they lack the fluid and minerals they need to be healthy."

"I recommend people try to get all their nutrients through a diet of fresh organic food, but if you live in a city you should take supplements because a lot of the goodness in food is destroyed by pollution."

WHAT THE DIET DOES

ELIZABETH'S diet plans are individually tailored to her patients' needs and face types, but all start with a strict two-day detox plan where all alcohol and processed foods are avoided. This is followed by the two-week core diet to cleanse the body. Based on the slimmer's face type, the plan eliminates "irritating" foods and replaces them with "soothing" alternatives. Elizabeth then prescribes daily supplements. Here is a brief description of the six face types and sample foods to cut out:

TYPE A: Ruled by the thyroid gland. Dry skin, shiny nose, dull, fluffy hair, bulging eyes, cold hands and feet.

Foods to avoid: Yeast products, chocolate, red wine, white flour, mango.

Foods to eat: Apples, aspar-agus, oats, potatoes, cucumber.

TYPE B: Ruled by the liver. Yellow hue to skin, especially around the mouth, blue-ish or reddish nose, thick, furry tongue, red ears. Sufferers experience lack of motivation and concentration, and nausea.

Avoid: Alcohol, coffee, bananas, curry, oranges.

Eat: Apricots, garlic, potatoes, limes, cherries.

TYPE C: Suffers water retention. Bloated face, puffiness beneath the eyes, vertical line or groove under tip of nose, swollen ankles or fingers, lack of concentration.

Avoid: Canned fruit, cheese, peanuts, red meat, soy sauce.

Eat: Broccoli, fresh fish, onions, pineapples, spinach.

TYPE D: Prone to inflammation. Greasy forehead, nose and chin, large, open pores or very tight pores, sagging cheeks, horizontal lines across the forehead, smelly feet.

Avoid: Alcohol, mayonnaise, pastry, shellfish, rice.

Eat: Asparagus, turnips, berries, carrots, millet.

TYPE E: Prone to skin complaints.

Avoid: Beer, eggs, raisins, strawberries, watermelon.

Eat: Butter, cabbage, parsley, apples, oats.

TYPE F: This type only applies to men and is ruled by the prostate. Red forehead and top of ear, dark rings under the eyes, horizontal crease above the top lip, furred tongue.

Avoid: Aubergine, blue cheese, red wine, vinegar, sweet potato.

Eat: Courgette, lentils, peach, watercress, grapefruit.

THE TOP TIPS

-ALWAYS choose brown over white when it comes to pasta, rice or bread. Elizabeth says: "Pasta is just white flour and water - the stuff we used to make glue in school. Brown or buckwheat versions are always more nutritious."

-TRY to stick to traditional British staples like oats and potatoes if you are prone to bloating. "Rice and pasta are recent additions to our diet and some people have trouble digesting them."

-CHOOSE unsalted butter over margarine or other low-fat spreads and opt for jam sweetened in its own juice. "Butter is a fresh and natural product while other spreads contain all sorts of dyes and additives. Many sugar-free jams also contain artificial sweeteners which pollute the body."

-DRINK plenty of water throughout the day. "If you're thirsty, you're already dehydrated and your body can't function properly."

-TAKE a break. Get plenty of fresh air by getting out into the parks or countryside and don't take on more than you can handle. "Health is the most important thing we have and it has to be our priority."

-DON'T drink any alcohol and stay off caffeine during the plan - both tea and coffee can cause headaches, water retention, anxiety and insomnia while alcohol contributes to dehydration.

For more information on Facial Analysis and your face type, see The Facial Analysis Diet by Elizabeth Gibaud, pounds 6.99 (Random House). Or contact her clinic on 020 7486 3486. Mineral salt supplements available from www.nutricentre.com.

[link to www.redorbit.com]
 Quoting: Hillcrest

apparently no one can eat meat or get drunk, lost me
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I did this diet for 2 months while seeing Elizabeth at the Hale Clinic. I had no idea what I was in for, but it was so worth it! I lost 30 lbs in 2 months and managed to keep 25lbs of it off for 3 years (until I had my first baby and just generally got lazy). I am about to start the diet again on my own. The first few days are difficult and you will generally feel quite ill and tired. I stuck it out and got use to the bland food and little choices. I was disciplined and took my food with me to other's houses, ordered salt free food from restaurants occasionally, and took my baked potato to work! I convinced myself that I was eating clean, natural food and not depriving myself. I had a few meals that were off plan, but always got right back to it for the next meal. I can just say that this works...the first 2 weeks I lost 14lbs and I was 168lbs when I started. Good luck!
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WHAT? no steak and beer?


Fuck that.
Personal responsibility - try it sometime. Quit blaming others for your bad choices. Consequences happen.

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No.
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FAcial Diet? I am willing to help out any and all lovely ladies with this request.
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WHAT? no steak and beer?


Fuck that.
 Quoting: Enaid

+1
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Shit shit shit

I felt Ill during her detox and there were no improvements.

Sorry
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You're supposed to feel something sick duriny any detox ... it's the electrolytes !


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"Facial Analysis Diet"???????

"The head up the backside diet" Seems like it's working wonders here on Glp..

Then again "The crazy shit dribbling diet" seems to be gaining momentum and popularity ..


Funny if it wasn't so true..
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help guys you mean

find somewhere else to attention whore
must that be every freaking post
FAcial Diet? I am willing to help out any and all lovely ladies with this request.
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that's interesting

However I wont try since sounds biased

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