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Free diet plans are available from NowLoss.com, an Internet source providing complete diets broken down into easy-to-follow meal plans, specific calorie-based diets for weight loss goals and plans designed for gaining muscle mass. TheLoseWeightDiet.com offers a complete explanation of the aspects and components of weight loss through three phases. Plus, the website allows users to create a diet based on their daily calorie maintenance requirements.

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Knowing about the mechanics of calories for weight maintenance, dieting and gaining lean muscle mass is important before beginning any eating plan. TheLoseWeightDiet.com presents a comprehensive and detailed background on calories and their function, exercise and maintaining a goal weight, once it has been achieved. The exercise portion of the website is valuable not only for those interested in gaining muscle mass, but for those interested in weight loss as well, due to the health benefits provided by weight training and cardiovascular exercise. Specific diets for diabetics and vegetarians are also included on the website.

A more recognized name in the search for free diet plans, GoodHousekeeping.com offers a seven day meal plan using everyday foods that are common in most households and are easy to prepare and stick with for the duration of the plan.

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