If you search the title US Womens Ski Team Diet, you should be able to find
a link that leads you to a diet that was put out in the 1980's to improve the
strength and well-being of the US Womens Ski Team training for the Olympics.
It's strictly for two weeks only. There were two parts about the diet I liked best-
one, it really dropped almost 10 pounds, and two---all the foods suggested were
foods that were already in the house, or readily available.
Some diets, for instance, the South Beach Diet are effective, but you spend all your
time cooking up the special foods required. I found that if the allowable food isn't
handy, I eat what IS handy--and likely not as diet-worthy.
The Ski Team Diet is also easy to follow---breakfast and lunch are just about
identical each day---again, easy and a diet that's easy to follow is more likely
to BE followed.
I don't know what the current thinking or recommendations are about this former
diet, so you might want to research that before you give it a try. Good luck!