Montignac diet

What is the Montignac Diet

The Montignac diet, named after its creator - Michel Montignac - is a food philosophy that seems to impose few restrictions. It is not, in fact, a "low-calorie" diet, but an eating style that tries to adapt to all cultures, applying food choices based on the glycemic index of foods, in order to control body weight.

The objectives of the Montignac method are:

  • lasting reduction in body weight,
  • reduction of cardio-vascular risk factors
  • diabetes prevention. Michel

Montignac defines his method as “the only perfectly balanced diet”: lose weight without eating less, but definitely better!

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