Find out if these popular internet diets are worthwhile.
Sooner or later, most of us will end up researching how to lose weight quickly when an impending beach vacation or wedding is looming. With hundreds of Internet diets out there promising major fat loss and inches trimmed, it can be tricky trying to determine which ones work and which ones are nothing more than a passing fad. With the help of registered dietitian Keri Glassman, we are going to investigate the most trendy internet diets and find out if they’re really worth your while.
The Mono Diet
The Monotrophic Diet, often known as the Mono Diet, is based on the concept of eating only one item per meal. On this regimen, you're allowed to eat unlimited quantities per meal, as long as you stick to just one food type. The only beverage you're allowed while on the diet is water. This diet came under scrutiny by many publications, most likely due to the dangerous lack of nutrients and the monotony of it as well. Since participants can choose any type of food, they may pick something unhealthy to eat all day, rendering this diet plan useless.