8 Old-Fashioned Diets That You Should Never Follow

The Cigarette Diet

JustCBD's Nataly Komova considers the cigarette diet obsolete. 1920s diet advised smoking when hungry.

The Sleeping Beauty Diet

Sleeping Beauty diet was unhealthy. This diet helped individuals sleep when hungry, said Komova. This inactive diet may produce nutritional deficiencies.

The Tapeworm Diet

The tapeworm diet is unnerving. "People felt ingesting tapeworms in pill form may promote weight loss," adds Komova.

The Cabbage Soup Diet

Health Canal's Sara Chatfield, MPH, RDN, thinks cabbage soup is outdated. Chatfield argues the diet lacks diversity despite cabbage's fibre and antioxidant content.

The Low-Fat Diet

Chatfield claims 1990s low-fat diets were fashionable. "At the time, fat-free and low-fat packaged goods were popular.

The Scarsdale Diet

1,000 calories a day, no of size or activity. "You'll lose water weight and a little fat, but you'll feel hangry and unpleasant and eat everything in sigh

Atkins Diet

You should also avoid Atkins. Blair Persyn, MS, RDN, LDN, CNSC, says Robert Atkins' low-carb obsession is still popular

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