Have You Tried An Extreme Fad Diet?

A great many people will go to extreme lengths to lose weight, but after ingesting tape worms which has to be the worst, the K-E Diet has to be a close runner up.

A feeding tube is inserted into your nose for up to 10 days!

I can’t imagine using some of these more extreme fad diets, can you?

Do you think that people that eat tape worms and put tubes up their nose for days are normal?

I don’t, but maybe that’s just me.

Please let me know

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2 Responses to Have You Tried An Extreme Fad Diet?

  1. liza says:

    The Eggs Eggs Everywhere Diet, The Air Diet, Forking Diet, The Five-Bite Diet, The Candy Diet, Ear Stapling Diet, The Cotton Ball Diet, The Sleeping Beauty Diet …. these are all crazy ways to lose weight. People can go on any normal diet (low fat/ low calorie/ low carb, etc) with moderate exercise and lose weight. there’s no special magic included. the problem is that when people go off the diet and go back to eating how they used to, surprise surprise, they gain all the weight back. the reason you were heavy before was because you ate too much! so eat less. but people get so discouraged from the returning weight or from the slow pace of a conventional diet (1-3 pounds a week) that they seem to go absolutely insane and do crazy things to lose weight! some of the side effects of those above diets are organ damage and um, DEATH!

  2. Miss Skeptic says:

    Contrary to popular belief, heading for the salad bar may not be your best option.

    Salads may not contain enough carbohydrates to help control hunger hormones.

    A healthy soup and sandwich instead, or tossing a serving of brown rice, lentils, or garbanzo beans into your greens would be better.

    And beware of high-calorie salad bar additions like blue cheese and candied walnuts.

    Add enough of those and “you may as well just have a burger,”