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The cost of crash diets: Nutritionists explain why extreme diets do not work

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Updated on: 23 May,2022 11:14 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Maitrai Agarwal | maitrai.agarwal@mid-day.com

Kim Kardashian was criticised after admitting to have lost 16 pounds in three weeks through extreme dieting to fit into a MET gala gown. Experts break down how crash diets impact our bodies and relationship with food

The cost of crash diets: Nutritionists explain why extreme diets do not work

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Everyone loves instant results, especially when it comes to weight loss. No wonder when public figures started sharing their myriad diets, common folk bought into the idea of drastically restrictive eating to attain unrealistic weight loss goals in a short period of time. This phenomenon of strictly restricting your diet to quickly lose weight has been criticised by wellness and medical experts for the adverse impact it can have on one’s body as well as for promoting an unhealthy approach towards weight management.


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