If you’ve checked out the Kettleman’s Bagel Co. Facebook Page recently, you’ll see we’ve highlighted the Brent Buckman Diet, a pretty amazing diet plan in which Brent Buckman, a former contestant of The Apprentice, lost 70 lbs and 12 inches from his waist.
A bagel diet? Can this really work for you? We knew you’d want more information on this, and who wouldn’t? It would be a shame to have to pass up the fresh, preservative free, wholesome goodness of Kettleman’s Bagels because of your desire to lose weight. We found some excellent information for you and have outlined the details below:
What is the Purpose of Your Diet?
First of all, it’s important to determine the reason for your diet. This will clue you in on what you’ll be able to include and what you’ll need to avoid. We always recommend consulting a physician before starting any diet, –just to make sure you’re pursuing weight loss with the right information about your current health.
Assuming you are healthy, but just interested in losing those few extra pounds you’ve seemed to put on lately, here’s some very good news about Kettleman’s Bagels.
I Want to Eat Healthy Do I Have to Give Up My Kettleman’s Bagels?
Our bagels are made fresh every morning. Rolled, cut, and boiled in honey water to seal in moisture, we finish them off with fresh poppy and sesame seeds, and bakes them to perfection in our wood-burning oven. Preservatives and highly processed ingredients? We don’t use them.
According to extensive medical research on the topic of weight gain, a large percentage of overweight and obese individuals consume high fructose corn syrup. HFCS has been connected to type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, as well as obesity.
We care about you and your family’s health, so Kettleman’s bagels are not loaded with trans fats, high fructose corn syrup and preservatives like some of the others. If you include our bagels in your diet, you can feel good about what you’re putting in your body.
So, What is Brent Buckman’s Diet?
On Brent Buckman’s bagel diet, you eat one toasted bagel with butter and a glass of water for breakfast, lunch and late-afternoon snack. For dinner, another toasted bagel is on the menu, except this time you can also have up to 8 oz. of meat. This diet continues just the same each day, although you are allowed one day per week when you can eat whatever you’d like.
Does this sound like a diet you’d like to try? If you do, please give us the details and we’ll feature you on our website. That’s an invitation for instant fame. I wouldn’t pass it up!
Well, even if you aren’t on a diet, at least you know that Kettleman’s Bagels are always made fresh, with natural, wholesome ingredients.
Come on in and join us for breakfast tomorrow!