There are, and have been for a while, a number of different fad diets that all promise quick weight loss results with a minimal amount of effort. There has been extensive coverage and research into the dangers of following these fad diets, yet the advertised convenience of such a weight loss and healthy lifestyle solution appears to be too good to pass up on.
The leading health drink boss, Edward Taylor has issues a warning about the danger of fad diets and the seriously damaging impact that they are having on the mental health of dieters. There is an abundance of extreme diets available, from alkaline to raw food, and all of them have been designed in order to offer one simple thing: a quick and easy weight loss solution. Most of these diets claim to offer A lister results and it would appear that there are no limits to the extent extreme dieters will go to in order to lose weight.
Fad dieters could lead to short-term weight loss, but they are difficult to follow and it is unrealistic to follow these plans in the long term. Edward Taylor, manager of the leading whole food nutritional drink company, Purition, has said that these diets could be doing more damage than good to not only your physical health but also your mental wellbeing. The unsustainability of the unrealistic rules set out in extreme diets set the dieter up to fail, and in the long term this can have significant impacts on your mental health.
Sustainable weight loss comes from a complete overhaul of your lifestyle and mixes putting the correct nutrients into your body with exercise, neither of these changes have to be extreme. It is important to make sure that you put the essential nutrients into your diet, without cutting out any food groups to remain healthy while achieving your weight loss goals.