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HEALTH


WORST Celebrity Diets to Avoid 2013


5 T e eagerly anticipated list of the 5 worst celebrity/fad diets to avoid has been issued by the


British Dietetic Association (BDA). T e BDA has heard it all: the good, the bad, the weird and the


whacky! Here, in the opinion of the BDA, are the top 5 dodgy celeb diets to avoid in 2013.


40 www.r-magazine.co.uk


THE 6 WEEKS TO OMG DIET


CELEBRITY FANS: A-list celebrities, according to the diet’s author Venice A Fulton


WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?


To be the envy of all your friends you are told to exercise fi rst thing in the morning after drinking black coff ee, then sit in a cold bath to encourage the body to burn stored fat as it tries to keep warm and delay breakfast til 10am (which for most people would mean skipping breakfast). Fruit should be ditched, snacks are off limits and whilst your plate is loaded with protein, it doesn’t matter if carbs come from broccoli or cola.


BDA VERDICT:


OMG indeed! Six weeks of hell and isolation more like it. Seriously, who has the time, let alone the energy to follow this diet? Guilty of being selective with research rather than a balanced view many people’s routine could not accommodate this and a healthy breakfast and exercise should be encouraged to fi t in. T e ‘rules’ and competitive dieting element encourage extreme behaviour. Support from friends and family is an important part of weight loss as is taking a long term approach. And what about the other 46 weeks of the year?


TOP 5


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