The Diet That Wants You to It sounds counterproductive to everything a diet is supposed to stand for, but the Baron Method, much like its creator Harvie de Baron, is no stranger to going against tide.

Borne out of necessity, the diet allowed Harvie to recover from Ulcerative Colitis—a disease caused by stress, poor diet, and an all-around unhealthy lifestyle. “The condition is considered as a permanent disability and even a candidate for welfare in other countries,” says Harvie who, determined to beat the odds, not only recovered from the disease, but also did so without any lingering symptoms.

Although a financial planner by profession, Harvie used his background in Sports Nutrition from Oxford College to develop what is now known as the Baron Method, and to help many individuals transition to a healthier lifestyle since. “The Baron Method has successfully worked for many individuals because it doesn’t only give you a better understanding of food and how it can help you reach your goal. More importantly, it encourages a mind-set that can be sustained throughout the rest of your life.”

Want to know more about the Baron Method? Here, five facts about the one diet to rule them all.

(Photos courtesy of Baron Method)

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