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This leaves ease of portion control and the convenience of jarred, prepared food as this regimen’s sole selling point.
Granted, it’s free of additives and preservatives, but don’t grown-ups deserve the dignity of using forks?
Fad diets seduce us with fast, “drastic” results, but they’re rarely reasonable -- or even healthy.
“The fact that one would resort to a feeding tube to lose weight is appalling,” says Levine.
“This very low-calorie restricted plan is no more effective for short-term weight loss than just restricting your calorie intake of regularly consumed food.” Aside from that, complications from this diet may include constipation, kidney stones, dehydration, dizziness and headaches, and, Levine adds, “a more unhealthy relationship with food.” Read more: 14 Foods to Help You Get Lean We’ve all heard of sleeping off a hangover or a cold, right?
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“This diet deprives you of the pleasures of eating real food and is not a good long-term approach to weight loss,” says Levine, adding that it’s much easier -- and more civilized -- to just up consumption of fruits and vegetables and decrease sodium content.