LA JOLLA, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 20, 2012) - Every year, Americans are plagued with new diet trends, products and exercise routines that make promises of continual, steady weight loss. While some limit food intake consistently, and others only take place for a small amount of time, it is hard for many individuals to make dramatic shifts in their diet. A recent article from U.S. News & World Report by Dr. Yoni Freedhoff provides an in-depth look at America's many diets, and what can be successful. His first observation is that there are approximately 124,000 diet titles, which highlights just how diverse these eating practices can be. Julian Bakery recognizes that many people follow different diets for a variety of reasons; despite these differences, the company offers diet-friendly products that meet the needs of several popular plans.
In the article, Freedhoff notes that diets are hard to pinpoint; even if one finds one that is worth trying, it may not prove effective, causing the individual to shift once again and pursue heavy research. He warns that individuals should stay away from diet instruction guides, adding that even those with proven scientific research cannot meet the circumstances that daily life presents. In terms of weight-loss Freedhoff refers to a 1992 study that revealed, "Irrespective of diet type -- whether low-carb, or high-carb; low-fat, or high-fat -- in a perfectly controlled laboratory environment, weight stays stable when calories are fixed."
From those results Freedhoff recommends simple diets that involve lower calorie-intake, encourage exercise and control cravings. Julian Bakery adds that not all diets are crafted to stave off extra pounds, but instead are formed by medical necessity. For instance, many have adopted gluten-free diets to avoid digestive problems associated with wheat allergies and those who follow carb-free diets may be curbing blood sugar as a result of diabetes, not weight-loss incentives. For others, diets are a mere matter of choice, such as those who follow vegan or vegetarian diets.
Julian Bakery understands that many customers with strict diets do not want to limit themselves to certain foods, which is why it offers a wide array of carb-free, gluten-free, paleo and vegan-friendly bread products. In a recent press statement, Julian Bakery explains, "Adhering to a diet, for whatever reason, is incredibly difficult, but there are many products that can help make that life choice easier. If one is prepared to search for manufacturers or shop around at a local health store, dieters will find that there are several delicious alternatives to the traditional foods that they do not want to give up."
Julian Bakery, of San Diego, California, has transformed from a small bakery into a health-conscious business offering fresh cookies, breads and other products. Customers can purchase low-carb, gluten-free and other specialty items at the storefront or online. Zero Cookies, Carb Zero, Paleo Bread, and Low Carb Protein Bars, vitamins and supplements are just a few of the products available at Julian Bakery. To learn more or place an order, go to www.julianbakery.com.