The Pros And Cons Of The Werewolf Diet

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Sometimes fad diets are odd, a few of the stranger fad diets include; the Raw Food Diet, the Werewolf Diet, and the Cookie diet. While the Raw Food diet isn’t completely out of the ordinary with it’s claims that fruits and vegetables are the best way to go, the Werewolf Diet is a little more out there. The Werewolf Diet is based on a theory that fasting according to the phases of the moon your body will respond powerfully by flushing excess water and toxins from your body. And then the cookie diet recommends you eat about 500 to 600 calories a day from high-protein and high-fiber weight-loss cookies for breakfast, lunch and any snacks. Then you eat a normal dinner, for a total of 1,000 to 1,200 calories a day. How strange is that, a diet where you lose weight from eating the cookies. It sounds a little too good to be true to me. But not all fad diets are necessarily bad; some fad diets help with portions but are not supposed to be used for long periods of time. Weight Watchers for example, is supposed to help its users lose 10% of their body weight and then after…show more content…
The questions I asked Brankle include: What is your opinion on fad diets? Are there any good ones? And what are some alternatives to fad diets? She replied to me a few days later by telling me that she tended to shy away from these sorts of diets unless they were supported by research and evidence that they not only worked but they also were safe to use. She continued her email only to support the research I had already found that a diet that supports drastic and often times unhealthy measures to lose weight is not a maintainable or a healthy lifestyle. She explained how she counsels individuals on a diet plan, she strives to help her patients work on a better lifestyle not just for a few weeks to lose 10 pounds because most of the time, once the diet ends, which it inevitably will, the weight comes right

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