Switching between Diet Fads may Actually Increase Weight Gain

Switching between Diet Fads may Actually Increase Weight Gain

A report by market-data says there are 97 million active dieters in the U.S., and people spent nearly $66 billion on weight loss products in 2016. Diets like the Atkins diet, South Beach diet, and Weight Watchers may seem like quick ways to shed some unwanted pounds, so you may try many to find the best one for you. However, switching from diet to diet can be counterproductive. To stay healthy, your body needs a consistent well-designed eating plan to stay healthy. Dr. Rachel Franklin, a medical director at OU Physicians, said, “What really works is adopting something that you...

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