This is an ABC news report on a so called ‘Magic Diet’ which claims you can lose 15lbs in 9 days.
The report looks in to the claims of the Isagenix cleansing diet, and tries to prove them right or wrong.
This isn’t the first extreme diet plan I’ve seen as they’ve been around for years now. And this one is no different. By swapping your normal meals for nutrient rich shakes and a low calorie meal, you can obviously lose weight fast.
But is it really that healthy? As the report suggests although the subjects lost weight, everyone should consult their own doctor before embarking on any kind of extreme weight loss plan.
I myself have lost weight, but I went the sensible route and didn’t try to cheat my body in to losing weight. Instead I looked at what I was eating and made healthier choices.
If these kind of diets work for people then that’s fine, good luck to them, but I can’t help thinking the weight will start to pile back on again once their bodies realise they’ve been fooled!
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