*  6 Ridiculous Diet Fads That Still Left Us Fat | CafeMom

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*  Staring into the Sun Is the Latest Diet Fad in Hong Kong | Food & Wine

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*  The Big Fat Surprise by Nina Teicholz : LC Research/Media Forum : Active Low-Carber Forums

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*  The Great Vitamin D Experiment; Ongoing II : Countdowns, Buddies & Challenges Forum : Active Low-Carber Forums

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*  Worst Workout & Diet Fads Page 37 - AskMen

Were you sucked in to any of these terrible workout or diet fads? ...
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*  Will Eating Maggots Be the Next Diet Fad? (Count Us Out)

Home » Diet & Health » Food » Health » Will Eating Maggots Be the Next Diet Fad? (Count Us Out) ... Will Eating Maggots Be the Next Diet Fad? (Count Us Out). Why an Austrian woman invented a gagalicious kitchen device ... And please, tell us, would you consider incorporating maggots -- or any other source of insect protein -- into your diet? ...
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*  HIV cure, adult ADHD risk, 'Fast Diet' fad [Video]

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*  5 Ways to Spot a Fad Diet

Here are 5 clues that a diet may be more about empty promises than real results. ... 5 Ways to Spot a Fad Diet. Lots of today's popular diets take advantage of our desire to drop weight quickly. Unfortunately, ... Here are 5 clues that a diet may be more about empty promises than real results:. *The diet is based on drastically cutting ... For most diet supplements, there's no reliable scientific research to back up their claims. And doctors consider diet ...
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*  Putting Bureaucracy on a Fad Diet - Fedblog - News - GovExec.com

Presidents have taken to reorganizations the way overweight people take to fad diets - and with about the same results. ...
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*  Can McDonald's Become a New Fad Diet? | L.A. Weekly

Can McDonald's Become a New Fad Diet?. Friday, May 31, 2013 at 3:44 p.m. ...
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*  Blood Type Diet Health Facts About Dangerous Fad Diet

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*  12 Ways to Spot a Fad Diet | SparkPeople

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*  7 Reasons Fad Diets Don't Work ... Diet

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*  Are celebrity cook books making us fat?

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*  Scurvy - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

Scurvy is a nutritional disease caused by a diet deficient in vitamin C [Ascorbic acid] since the body is unable to synthesize ... People who follow diet fads or peculiar diets to lose weight. *Smoking ... Scurvy can be prevented by a diet that includes vitamin C-rich foods such as: *Fruits- citrus fruits such as oranges and [one ... Scurvy is a nutritional disease caused by a diet that lacks vitamin C [Ascorbic acid]. It is a condition characterized by ...
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*  Why anorexics don't like eating - Thaindian News

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*  ISS Food Shortage Cause Revealed - Slashdot

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*  Calculate Your BMI - Do You Need to Lose Weight? - Weight-Loss

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*  Media Communications | Baylor University

News-Line: Diet Fad of "Eating Through the Nose" Could Be a Nightmare, Nutrition Expert Says. 4/19/2012. ... Science Daily: Diet Fad of 'Eating Through the Nose' Could Be a Nightmare, Nutrition Expert Says. 4/17/2012. ... The Huffington Post: K-E Diet: Worrying Trend Of Brides Following 'Nose Drip' Wedding Diet. 4/18/2012. ... Yahoo! News: Feeding tube diet: does it work and is it safe?. 4/20/2012. ...
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*  Skinny Genes: Could Heredity Raise Your Vulnerability to 'Be-Thin' Pressure? - MedicineNet

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*  Inflamed Intestines Cost Australians Heavily ( Inflamed intestines cost Australians as...)

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*  Scurvy | Cartersville Medical Center

A fad diet. * Self-imposed restrictive diets for weight loss or due to food allergies ... Eat a healthy, balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables.. *Get a sufficient amount of vitamin C, through diet and/or ... Scurvy may be suspected during a physical exam, based on an analysis of symptoms and diet. Your doctor will order a blood test ... Scurvy is typically caused by a diet lacking in fruits and vegetables or foods fortified with vitamin C. ...
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*  LDL cholesterol Archives - Be Well Buzz

It seems that through all the vicissitudes of diet fads, cholesterol has always been the outcast. It's never gotten any love. ...
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*  PPT - Micronutrients Vitamins and Minerals PowerPoint Presentation - ID:4023338

Vitamins, Minerals, & Water -Myth: as part of a healthy diet, people need to take dietary supplements. fact. a diet that ... Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is a component of two coenzymes-flavin mononucleotide (FMN) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD)-that ... required in the diet in small amounts (micrograms or milligrams per day) for the maintenance of normal health and metabolic ... We don't store water-soluble vitamins in your body very well so they need to be replaced constantly through your diet. That is ...
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*  Discussion Thread | Healthy Longevity

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(1/24) Malnutrition in infants receiving cult diets: a form of child abuse.

Severe nutritional disorders, including kwashiorkor, marasmus, and rickets, were seen in four children and were due to parental food faddism, which should perhaps be regarded as a form of child abuse. All disorders were corrected with more normal diets and vitamin supplements. In view of the potentially serious consequences of restricted diets being fed to children, families at risk should be identified and acceptable nutritional advice given. When children are found to be suffering from undernutrition due to parental food faddism a court order will normally be a necessary step in providing adequate treatment and supervision.  (+info)

(2/24) Physician's guide to popular low-carbohydrate weight-loss diets.

Low-carbohydrate weight-loss diets are very popular, but the recommendations of many of these diets are diametrically opposed to those put forth by the US Department of Agriculture, the American Heart Association, and other national organizations. Their focus on foods high in protein, fat, and cholesterol has potentially serious health implications. Physicians need to be knowledgeable about the efficacy of these programs and to talk to overweight patients about weight loss.  (+info)

(3/24) Interpersonal predictors of dieting practices among married couples.

The relations between couples' marital quality and dieting behavior were examined. One-hundred eighty-seven married couples' dieting behaviors, marital quality, body mass index, weight concerns, depression, and self-esteem were assessed. Results indicate that the relation between healthy dieting behaviors and marital quality is similar for both husbands and wives. However, among wives, marital discord predicted unhealthy dieting behaviors, even after wives' body mass index, weight concerns, self-esteem, and depression were controlled for. Furthermore, wives' self-esteem interacted with marital quality when predicting unhealthy dieting. These findings suggest gender differences in the relations between marital quality and dieting behaviors and are consistent with previous research suggesting that men and women have differential response patterns to marital disharmony, with women tending to internalize negative affect experienced in their marriage.  (+info)

(4/24) Dietary protein and weight reduction: a statement for healthcare professionals from the Nutrition Committee of the Council on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Metabolism of the American Heart Association.

High-protein diets have recently been proposed as a "new" strategy for successful weight loss. However, variations of these diets have been popular since the 1960s. High-protein diets typically offer wide latitude in protein food choices, are restrictive in other food choices (mainly carbohydrates), and provide structured eating plans. They also often promote misconceptions about carbohydrates, insulin resistance, ketosis, and fat burning as mechanisms of action for weight loss. Although these diets may not be harmful for most healthy people for a short period of time, there are no long-term scientific studies to support their overall efficacy and safety. These diets are generally associated with higher intakes of total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol because the protein is provided mainly by animal sources. In high-protein diets, weight loss is initially high due to fluid loss related to reduced carbohydrate intake, overall caloric restriction, and ketosis-induced appetite suppression. Beneficial effects on blood lipids and insulin resistance are due to the weight loss, not to the change in caloric composition. Promoters of high-protein diets promise successful results by encouraging high-protein food choices that are usually restricted in other diets, thus providing initial palatability, an attractive alternative to other weight-reduction diets that have not worked for a variety of reasons for most individuals. High-protein diets are not recommended because they restrict healthful foods that provide essential nutrients and do not provide the variety of foods needed to adequately meet nutritional needs. Individuals who follow these diets are therefore at risk for compromised vitamin and mineral intake, as well as potential cardiac, renal, bone, and liver abnormalities overall.  (+info)

(5/24) Dietary factors and esophageal cancer in the Caspian Littoral of Iran.

A study was undertaken to attempt to relate the distribution of exogenous factors to the varying incidences of esophageal cancer in the Caspian Littoral of Iran. For the study, 38 villages were chosen by random sampling in 14 regions defined by their esophageal cancer incidence and environmental characteristics. Information was obtained on the dietary, social, and cultural features of each village. In addition, an extensive 5-day study of 6 randomly selected households in each of the 38 villages was conducted. The study consisted of measured dietary intake, a historical food consumption questionnaire, and clinical examinations of adult occupants. Preliminary results show no single factor responsible for the etiology of esophageal cancer. However, there were some major dietary differences between the regions of different esophageal cancer risk. Bread was the chief staple food in high-incidence areas; rice, in low-incidence areas. In high-incidence areas, there was a low intake of vitamins A and C, riboflavin, animal protein, and fresh vegetables and fruit, but a greater consumption of sheeps and goat's milk. Analyses of food samples for aflatoxins, polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons, and nitrosamines showed low levels of these carcinogens in areas of high and low incidences. The use of tobacco and alcohol was not found to be of significance.  (+info)

(6/24) Meal replacements are as effective as structured weight-loss diets for treating obesity in adults with features of metabolic syndrome.

Meal replacements are widely used as a weight-loss strategy; however, their effectiveness outside controlled clinical trial environments is unknown. We compared meal replacements with a structured weight-reduction diet in overweight/obese Australians with raised triglycerides. In a randomized parallel design, 2 groups [meal replacement (MR) and control (C)] of 66 matched subjects underwent a 6000 kJ intervention for 3 mo (stage 1) and a further 3 mo (stage 2). The groups were provided oral and written information. The C group was supplied with shopping vouchers and followed a low fat/energy diet. The MR group was supplied with Slim-Fast trade mark products for 2 meals (1800 kJ) and consumed a low-fat evening meal. Clients were weighed every 2 wk and received structured supervision without professional dietary input, with compliance assessed by 3-d weighed food records. Blood biomarkers were used to assess fruit/vegetable intake and a questionnaire was used to assess attitudes to treatment. Fifty-five subjects completed stage 1 (withdrawals: 7 in the MR group, 4 in the C group) and 42 subjects completed stage 2. Weight loss was 6.0 +/- 4.2 kg (6.3%) for the MR group and 6.6 +/- 3.4 kg (6.9%) for the C group at 3 mo, and 9.0 +/- 6.9 kg (9.4%) for the MR group and 9.2 +/- 5.1 kg (9.3%) for the C group at 6 mo (different over time within but not between treatments). Serum folate and plasma beta-carotene were higher in the MR group. Plasma homocysteine fell in both groups (P < 0.005). Dietary fiber intake was higher in the C group (P < 0.02) and calcium was higher in the MR group (P < 0.001). We concluded meal replacement is equally effective for losing weight compared with conventional but structured weight-loss diets. Dietary compliance and convenience were viewed more favorably by participants who consumed meal replacements than by those in a conventional weight-loss program.  (+info)

(7/24) The end of the diet debates? All fats and carbs are not created equal.

The key to healthy eating is choosing "good fats"--foods high in omega-3 fatty acids and unsaturated fats, and "good carbohydrates"--foods high in fiber and having a low glycemic index. The healthiest diet is the Mediterranean type, consisting of lean meats, fish, nuts, vegetables, whole fruits, and whole grains.  (+info)

(8/24) High protein diets and diabetes.

Higher protein diets are currently 'hot'. The CSIRO total wellbeing diet book has been on the bestseller list in Australia and internationally. Various other high protein diets have also had, or are getting, media attention. However, high protein diets, particularly for people with diabetes, are controversial. There are questions about effectiveness and safety, especially in the long term. As a general practitioner people will look to you for advice about what to eat. This article summarises the pros and cons of two of the popular higher protein diets--the Atkins diet and the CSIRO total wellbeing.  (+info)



diets don't work


  • Here are a few of the reasons fad diets don't work. (allwomenstalk.com)
  • This is a big reason fad diets don't work. (allwomenstalk.com)
  • Fad diets don't teach you anything new (except, perhaps, that there are literally hundreds of ways to prepare and enjoy a grapefruit), which is another important reasons fad diets don't work. (allwomenstalk.com)

pills


  • The diet is based on taking special pills, powders, or herbs. (kidshealth.org)
  • Some diet pills contain laxatives or diuretics that force a person's body to eliminate more water. (kidshealth.org)
  • Note: SparkPeople does not endorse or recommend the use of any diet pills, but since this article was published, one over-the-counter weight-loss medication has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. (sparkpeople.com)
  • New diet pills scare me, especially when they're supplements. (allwomenstalk.com)
  • Before you even think of taking diet pills to lose weight,carefully consider all of your options. (boxingscene.com)
  • There are plenty ofchanges you can make in your daily eating and excercise habitsthat may help you shed the pounds without turning to diet pills. (boxingscene.com)

Atkins Diet


  • The Atkins diet can be boring because of the limited choice and some believe it can be dangerous. (boxingscene.com)
  • Get a physical to make sure you can tolerate the diet and inform the doctor about your decision to try the Atkins diet. (boxingscene.com)

anorexia nervosa


  • While most people have great difficulty in dieting and losing weight, particularly if a diet extends over many months or years, individuals with anorexia nervosa can literally diet themselves to death. (thaindian.com)

starvation


  • In fact, doctors say it's nearly impossible for a healthy, normally active person to lose more than 2 to 3 pounds per week of actual fat, even on a starvation diet. (kidshealth.org)

patch


  • 7. 'Lose weight with this miracle diet patch, cream or gel! (sparkpeople.com)

pounds


  • Also known as the 'Hollywood Diet,' this one promises you a loss of 10 pounds in 12 days. (cafemom.com)

supplements


  • For most diet supplements, there's no reliable scientific research to back up their claims. (kidshealth.org)
  • And doctors consider diet supplements risky for teens because not much is known about how the ingredients affect the growing body. (kidshealth.org)
  • hence it has to be obtained from the diet or supplements. (medindia.net)

lose


  • 3. 'Lose weight forever…you'll never need to diet again! (sparkpeople.com)
  • Why, you ask, don't any of these ridiculously popular fad diets actually help people lose weight? (allwomenstalk.com)
  • I'd just saying that changing one part of your diet, and not addressing your entire lifestyle isn't going to help you lose weight long-term. (allwomenstalk.com)
  • Call it the Dentist Diet, because you'll lose a few teeth to it, too and maybe develope diabetes. (slashdot.org)

people


  • Presidents have taken to reorganizations the way overweight people take to fad diets - and with about the same results. (govexec.com)
  • The incidence of scurvy peaks in children aged 6-12 months who are fed a diet deficient in citrus fruits or vegetables as well as in elderly people. (medindia.net)

Hindsight


  • Hindsight, research, and common sense make the blood-type diet almost laughable in its intricate illogic. (refinery29.com)

Lifestyle


  • In order for a diet to work long-term, you have to learn what you're doing wrong now, so you can fix it, and move on to your new, healthier lifestyle. (allwomenstalk.com)

help


  • Yet I can't help but notice that in recent years the conversation around this diet has begun to resurface . (refinery29.com)

rely


  • The two U.S. and Russian astronauts on the International Space Station had to rely on a candy-laden diet for five weeks because their predecessors raided the pantry. (slashdot.org)

calories


  • The diet consists of consuming 900-1,000 calories a day, well below the minimum standard of 1,200. (cafemom.com)
  • The diet is based on drastically cutting back calories. (kidshealth.org)

program


  • A nutritionist now seemed like a better option - someone with common sense and degrees, rather than a flashy fad program. (refinery29.com)

Health


  • Home » Diet & Health » Food » Health » Will Eating Maggots Be the Next Diet Fad? (totalbeauty.com)
  • Looking for a diet that's low-carb, low-fat, low-protein, gluten-free, organic and a perfect fit for pretty much every other buzz-worthy health restriction out there today? (foodandwine.com)
  • He was the son of another famous naturopath, James D'Adamo, who first posited the idea that a diet based on blood type might have health benefits. (refinery29.com)
  • The senior D'Adamo prescribed a low-fat, vegetarian diet to all his patients, noting that some seemed to exhibit improved health, others remained the same, and some got worse. (refinery29.com)

weight loss


  • Every day you will be eating a bland cabbage soup that will make you fart so badly that you will have no friends to show off your weight loss for at the end of the diet. (cafemom.com)

weeks


  • And there's a reason there's a new fad diet every few weeks - they don't work. (allwomenstalk.com)

study


  • It seems like every time I turn on the TV, there's a commercial for, or a study on, some crazy new fad diet. (allwomenstalk.com)

candy


  • I can see it now, the new "candy only space station" diet fad. (slashdot.org)

common


  • When a fad hits, we mostly read the headlines, not the gentle caveat five paragraphs down noting that "the most common criticism is the lack of scientific evidence…" Needless to say, the only thing the diet did for me in the long term was make me a meat eater again. (refinery29.com)

Food


  • Being able to clearly identify key components of a food item is vital to the success of your diet. (boxingscene.com)

known


  • The blood-type diet - otherwise known as "Eat Right 4 Your Type" - has by now been soundly debunked. (refinery29.com)

foods


  • The diet tells you to eat only specific foods or foods in certain combinations. (kidshealth.org)

fast


  • It's an easy trap to step right into, and with more diet trends coming fast at you every waking minute, it's no wonder! (cafemom.com)

idea


  • Forget fruits, vegetables, legumes, and of course bread -- putting anything other than fat in protein in your body was a bad idea on this diet. (cafemom.com)

claims


consider


  • And please, tell us, would you consider incorporating maggots -- or any other source of insect protein -- into your diet? (totalbeauty.com)

think


  • But maybe in addition to laughing, this list of diets-past can serve as a reminder the next time we think of jumping on the next trend-diet bandwagon. (cafemom.com)