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Each week the following foods can be added back in any order:. Book 2 includes some revisions and additions:.

The TWD is designed to result in a weight loss of lbs 0. The subsequent maintenance diet is designed to maintain the desired weight.

The higher protein in the TWD helps control appetite and prevent muscle loss. The TWD can be used to feed an entire family, although family members who do not need to lose weight may eat more carbohydrates with their meals, such as extra bread, pasta, rice, or potatoes. Because the TWD diet is high in protein, it tends to satisfy hunger and prevent overeating.

Men, in particular, seem to appreciate the amount of meat in this diet. It provides nutrients such as iron , zinc , and calcium that may be minimal on a lower-protein diet. There are additional benefits from a high-protein meat diet:.


Some experts also consider the TWD superior to other diets because it calls for a fiber intake in excess of 28 g per day.

Whereas the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating recommends oz g of lean red meat three-four times per week, the TWD prescribes more than twice that amount. Consumers may be confused by these descrepancies. In addition, the trade organization Meat and Livestock Australia provided CSIRO with research funds and heavily promoted the book, suggesting possible conflicts of interest.

Vegetarians in particular may have a difficult time following the TWD. The TWD was based on clinical studies of overweight women, some of whom had metabolic dysfunction.

Therefore the advantages of the TWD for men and healthy women are unclear. However breastfeeding women may need up to extra calories 3, extra kilojoules per day. CSIRO recommends that breastfeeding women should start with level 1 or 2 and include three servings of dairy for calcium. Additional bread and fruit can be added to satiate hunger and increase energy.

Furthermore, because of the large amount of fish and seafood in the diet, pregnant women should check for the types of fish that are safe to eat during pregnancy.

The TWD is suitable for overweight children, as long as it includes three units of dairy. However a dietician should adjust the number of calories for the age, size, and activity level of the child.

CSIRO claims that the TWD can be used effectively by people with diabetes, celiac disease gluten intolerance , fructose intolerance , and irritable bowel syndrome.

However diabetics should consult their doctor or dietician before using the TWD. People with gluten intolerance should choose gluten- or wheat-free substitutes or substitute rice, beans, chickpeas, or lentils for bread. Those with irritable bowel syndrome may substitute a lower-fiber cereal and take. CSIRO recommends that a dietician be consulted if significant adjustments to the diet are required.

The TWD was designed for foods readily available to Australians and assumes the intake of significant amounts of processed foods. It is not suitable for societies and cultures with eating habits that are very different from those of Australians. A high-carbohydrate diet may be better suited to those who prefer to not eat large amounts of protein.

Although many people find it relatively easy to lose weight on high-protein low-carbohydrate diets during the first few weeks, some people find it difficult to maintain a diet that is high in meat.

In addition some dieters find it difficult to maintain low-carbohydrate diets. Nutritionist Patrick Holford has argued in the prestigious scientific journal Nature that the abnormally high amount of meat in the TWD could lead to long-term health problems, such as breast or prostatecancer , kidney stress, or reduced bone mass.

Although some research has suggested that diets high in meat can increase the risk of colon cancer, other research has contradicted this or suggested that the risk is associated only with high-fat processed meat, which is not a part of the TWD.

Earlier research had indicated that high-protein diets were at least as good, if not better, for women than high-carbohydrate diets, in terms of weight loss and muscle preservation. One group was placed on a high-protein low-fat diet and the other group on a high-carbohydrate low-fat diet for 12 weeks.

The caloric content of each diet was the same. The researchers monitored weight loss, changes in body composition, vitamin-B12 status, bone-turnover markers, and disease-risk factors including LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.

Although on average the women in each group lost the same amount of weight— lb kg — women with high triglyceride levels lost significantly more weight on the high-protein diet. Only women with high triglycerides lost more abdominal fat than the women on the high-carbohydrate diet.

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The two groups of women did not differ in the other benchmarks that were examined. The researchers did find that more women dropped off the high-carbohydrate diet and that the women appeared to prefer the high-protein diet.

It was pointed out in Nature that the TWD proved superior to the high-carbohydrate diet only for the subpopulation of overweight women with this type of metabolic dysfunction. Over , copies were sold in the first year, making it the fastest-selling book ever in that country. However the popularity of the diet has been primarily limited to Australia, in part because Australians tend to eat higher amounts of protein, particularly meat.

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Many people object to the amount of meat in the TWD, from a health standpoint, from a cost standpoint, and because of the environmental consequences of producing large quantities of meat. Noakes, Manny and Peter Clifton. New York: New American Library, Camberwell, Australia: Available online: Dennis, Carina.

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