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The Condiment Diet

Updated on October 31, 2012

If you really want to lose weight fast try the condiment diet. Replace your meal with whatever delicious condiment you would generally consume with it. Instead of steak, have a bit of steak sauce. Exchange your greasy French fries for ketchup. In the morning you may have syrup or cream cheese or a bite of jam. This really beats the purple diet in which you only eat naturally purple foods. You get such a variety of different tastes from spicy mustard to sweet and sour sauce which will remind you of the foods you’re substituting without the additional calories.

Condiments have been around tables for centuries. The first condiment was salt, so try a pinch of this historically relevant treat at your next meal. It may remind you of potato chips or bacon. If you prefer a further eastern flavor, perhaps soy sauce will satisfy your taste buds. Luckily for me, a lot of folks take pride in their barbecue sauce around these parts. Did you know ketchup was originally made with pickled fish? Condiments are a rich part of our food culture and will leave you wanting more.

These days condiments are packaged in conveniently portable sizes. You can bring a snack to work, or eat on your commute. This isn’t another fad diet claiming to work fast. This diet will definitely work and fast! Are you tired of cooking a meal only to cover it in ketchup? Now, you can save the time of preparing your meal, and get straight to the good stuff!



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      Innuentendre 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi MsDora! It's quite simple and effective.. By mocking fad diets I intend to cause the reader to approach their own meal choices with common sense. Thanks for your comment..

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      Dora Weithers 5 years ago from The Caribbean

      Is this for real? Can you provide a link to some other detailed information about how this works? Interesting, to say the least. Thanks for sharing.