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Celebrity Dieting Programs


Many people, especially teenagers, follow celebrity diets. According to a study, one in 10 individuals admitted to having suffered adverse effects after following a celebrity diet.
In the following, the diets preferred by the stars, which health and fitness experts recommend avoiding their application.

1. Quito

Ketogenic diets recommend low carbohydrate consumption, which stimulates the body to use its fats as an essential source of energy. This may be a worrying motivation for the development of unhealthy associations with food groups (a form of troubled eating known as orthorexia).
Although the calorie intake can be achieved through a low-carb diet, this is also achievable, without unfair lying in carbohydrates and sugar. In fact, trainer Max Bridger believes that total abstinence from a specific diet is likely to boost the desire to overeat, adding to the fact that the ketogenic diet is extremely restricted.

2. Diet 5-2

This diet is based on the concept of intermittent fasting, one of the least sustainable diets, for fat loss. It depends on "usual" eating five days a week, then less than 600 calories, for the remaining two days. Although this diet may benefit individuals looking for a "quick solution to slimming their bodies," it rarely turns into a healthy lifestyle in the long run.
The diet in question prompts your track to return to weight gain again, just to return to the normal diet, and your metabolism is likely to slow down after being used to hunger mode! The only benefit this diet may enjoy is to identify the causes of hunger.

3. Alternative juices for meals

Replaces delicious juice with one or two rich meals a day. The juice consists of a mixture that stimulates fat loss, a protein. The resulting significant reduction in calories will of course result in weight loss, but not sustainably. Reducing the calories consumed per day makes one more likely to be overweight when returning to a normal diet as a result of slowing metabolism or metabolism.

4.Detox Juices 

Turning solid meals into a body of leafy fruit and vegetable juices are not good on a healthy level if it helps in slimming the body. It is true that juice can be a good way to introduce important nutrients into the diet, easily, but it is not sustainable, nor does it maintain and maintain the results achieved in weight loss.
Detox juice contains minimal fat and minimal protein - not to mention the lack of fiber from fruits and vegetables due to the juice process, as well as all the calories that will be reduced daily, which reduces your sense of satiety and may slow down your metabolism in the long run.

5. Detox Tea

Most types of detox teas claim to be successful, along with exercise and healthy eating to help promote weight loss and get rid of bad toxins in the body, ranging from increased metabolism, energy levels, and appetite reduction, but some nutritionists question the effectiveness of Detox tea alone in eliminating the fat accumulated in the body, without being accompanied by a decrease in the number of calories consumed. It will have no real effect on body composition. One of the disadvantages of detox tea is its laxative properties, which cause irregular bowel movements that can be dangerous.