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Body Talk 15/1/20

New Years resolutions and diets often go hand in hand, and those resolutions often fall by the wayside within a short space of time. There’s hundreds of diet and wellness books available promising to hold the key to effective weight loss and optimum health, but how do we navigate through this sea of information? Especially when every one claims to hold the true answer.

Some ideas are quite strange to say the least. One nutrition guru claims the spirits told him that the key to weight loss is through drinking celery juice. There is another celebrity doctor who claims the food you eat should reflect your personality. These may seem like a bit of a joke but these people have an army of fans, but most doctors would warn against following outlandish advice and the NHS has urged all of us to avoid fad diets.

Books about unusual diets will always be popular as they offer hope and stability to individuals who may be feeling very unstable. If you do consider following a strange diet like the celery juice diet, be careful and make sure that you don’t become ill. Apparently the claims for this diet are that it can cure anything and everything which seems a little far fetched, especially when it seemingly comes from the spirit world, are not scientifically proven.

So do your research,and don’t set yourself up for failure, which is far more damaging than maybe trying one of the more conventional routes.

 

Body Talk 15/1/20

New Years resolutions and diets often go hand in hand, and those resolutions often fall by the wayside within a short space of time. There’s hundreds of diet and wellness books available promising to hold the key to effective weight loss and optimum health, but how do we navigate through this sea of information? Especially when every one claims to hold the true answer.

Some ideas are quite strange to say the least. One nutrition guru claims the spirits told him that the key to weight loss is through drinking celery juice. There is another celebrity doctor who claims the food you eat should reflect your personality. These may seem like a bit of a joke but these people have an army of fans, but most doctors would warn against following outlandish advice and the NHS has urged all of us to avoid fad diets.

Books about unusual diets will always be popular as they offer hope and stability to individuals who may be feeling very unstable. If you do consider following a strange diet like the celery juice diet, be careful and make sure that you don’t become ill. Apparently the claims for this diet are that it can cure anything and everything which seems a little far fetched, especially when it seemingly comes from the spirit world, are not scientifically proven.

So do your research,and don’t set yourself up for failure, which is far more damaging than maybe trying one of the more conventional routes.

 

Body Talk 15/1/20

New Years resolutions and diets often go hand in hand, and those resolutions often fall by the wayside within a short space of time. There’s hundreds of diet and wellness books available promising to hold the key to effective weight loss and optimum health, but how do we navigate through this sea of information? Especially when every one claims to hold the true answer.

Some ideas are quite strange to say the least. One nutrition guru claims the spirits told him that the key to weight loss is through drinking celery juice. There is another celebrity doctor who claims the food you eat should reflect your personality. These may seem like a bit of a joke but these people have an army of fans, but most doctors would warn against following outlandish advice and the NHS has urged all of us to avoid fad diets.

Books about unusual diets will always be popular as they offer hope and stability to individuals who may be feeling very unstable. If you do consider following a strange diet like the celery juice diet, be careful and make sure that you don’t become ill. Apparently the claims for this diet are that it can cure anything and everything which seems a little far fetched, especially when it seemingly comes from the spirit world, are not scientifically proven.

So do your research,and don’t set yourself up for failure, which is far more damaging than maybe trying one of the more conventional routes.

 

Body Talk 15/1/20

New Years resolutions and diets often go hand in hand, and those resolutions often fall by the wayside within a short space of time. There’s hundreds of diet and wellness books available promising to hold the key to effective weight loss and optimum health, but how do we navigate through this sea of information? Especially when every one claims to hold the true answer.

Some ideas are quite strange to say the least. One nutrition guru claims the spirits told him that the key to weight loss is through drinking celery juice. There is another celebrity doctor who claims the food you eat should reflect your personality. These may seem like a bit of a joke but these people have an army of fans, but most doctors would warn against following outlandish advice and the NHS has urged all of us to avoid fad diets.

Books about unusual diets will always be popular as they offer hope and stability to individuals who may be feeling very unstable. If you do consider following a strange diet like the celery juice diet, be careful and make sure that you don’t become ill. Apparently the claims for this diet are that it can cure anything and everything which seems a little far fetched, especially when it seemingly comes from the spirit world, are not scientifically proven.

So do your research,and don’t set yourself up for failure, which is far more damaging than maybe trying one of the more conventional routes.

 

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