The Ice Diet
The author explains: “While eating ice, you are serving two purposes. You are burning calories and not eating positive-calorie foods.”
How The Ice Diet started
When he decided to lose some weight, Brian decided to change his eating and exercise regimes. And one of the first changes he made was to give up his beloved ice cream. Aiming for something lighter, he switched to Italian ices. However, he came to the conclusion that the calories in the ices were actually lower than what was listed on the nutrition label.
His rationale was that in order for us to digest frozen foods, our body uses its own energy to warm the ice to body temperature, and these additional calories that are being burned weren’t being considered.
After some research, he concluded that consuming one litre of ice would burn around 160 calories – the same amount of energy you would use for running one mile – while also making you feel fuller.
It’s only a supplement
Don’t worry, you’re not going to replace all your meals with ice! The daily ice consumption is meant as a supplement to the overall diet and lifestyle choices that go into maintaining a healthy physical form.
You can eat the ice in any form – cubed, shaved, crushed etc. As long as you’re having around one litre every day.
The Ice Diet book by Dr Brian Weiner is available to download for free as an e-book. You can get it at www.theicediet.com.