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This low-fat, low-calorie weight-loss diet was created in the late 70's by Dr. Tarnower and named for the NY town he lived in
This low-carbohydrate diet was popularized and named for its creator in the 1970's
This diet, promoted by the NIH, focuses on lowering the sodium in one's diet to keep blood pressure down
This fad diet began in the 1980's with a fax chain letter and required eating a low calorie broth for every meal for a week
This fad diet, originating in the 1930's, involves eating whole citrus or juice with each meal and lowering caloric intake
This company that produces dieting programs and meals was founded in 1963 by Jean Nidetch
This weight loss and management program, named for its founder, has had Kirstie Alley and Valerie Bertinelli as spokespersons
This diet, which involves no solid foods, is often prescribed by doctors before certain types of surgery
This diet was popularized in the early 2000's by Dr. Agatston initially to combat heart disease but now combats weight with its 'good carbs' vs. 'bad carbs'
This so-called diet helped Jared Fogle lose a lot of weight and pick up the corporate spokesperson position
This diet was popularized in the mid-90's by Barry Sears and featured a 40:30:30 ratio for carbs, proteins and fats
This weight loss company, based in Pennsylvania, has been making pre-packaged meals since the early 1970's, often hawked on QVC or at Walmart
This diet, based on eating grains and supplementing with beans and vegetables, comes from the Greek for 'large life'
This diet, based on daily cards that limited and controlled food, was created by and sold on infomercials of Richard Simmons
This diet, promoted by Harvey and Marilyn Diamond, promoted lifestyle changes of not mixing foods and eating more fresh fruits
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