Macrobiotic Diet Rating

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The rating of the Macrobiotic diet is on two levels and is based on the clinical evidence so far received for this diet from all the clinical studies so far conducted:

  • Rating as a short term diet – 7/10
  • Rating as a long term diet – 7/10
Always seek medical advice before trying any diet, no matter how healthy the diet seems

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  1. If carefully planned, this is a good diet, as long as there are enough fruits, vegetables, grains, cereals, pulses and essential fatty acids in the diet and it is not one of the more restrictive forms of the macrobiotic diet
  2. If carefully planned, this is can be a really good diet, as long as there are enough fruits, vegetables, grains, cereals, pulses and essential fatty acids in the diet, the diet is not strict on intake and it is not one of the more restrictive forms of the macrobiotic diet. The American National Institutes of Health, Office of Alternative Medicine has funded a pilot study to determine if a macrobiotic diet may prevent cancer. This study has been completed (June 2008) but the results of the study are not yet available

 

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