The Diet Code, submitted by Billiups. Bandwagon time! Hitch up the oxen and powder your pants, it's high time to jump on the ole' bandwagon and make as much money as possible off a stupid buzz word. First it was Atkins, then blogs, and now it is "The Di Vinci Code". I've never read the book but I hear the movie is really boring and gay and stupid.
This site is trying to squeeze blood out of a rock at the zenith of this fad. The rock in this case are really dumb people who actually think there is a Di Vinci code and it is the answer to everything from the mysteries of life to losing those 20lbs. Here is a quote from the site:
"As a master baker, painter and woodworker, Stephen Lanzalotta has been using the mathematical principles of The Golden Ratio (an integral plot element in The Da Vinci Code) for more than 30 years. His realization that this seemingly magic formula, used by Da Vinci and other geniuses of the Renaissance, held the secret to optimal health and weight loss led him to apply it to his own eating plan and the menu offerings at his popular bakery/café. Thus was born THE DIET CODE, a revolutionary and unique Mediterranean-style eating program that uses this ancient numerical sequence to link together the proper proportions of carbohydrates, proteins and fats to boost the metabolism and spark weight loss."
To give them credit people back then did have a lot of success when it came to losing weight. The bubonic plague and famine tends to do that.
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