Baby Food Diet

When you do liquid cleanses you lose weight but you will gain more the next week. I wanted something where you can eliminate toxicity, break bad habits but still have your digestive system going - Tracy Anderson

Baby Food Diet
Baby Food Diet

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Baby Food Diet: How Bad Is It For You?

Cabbage soup, that lemonade-maple-syrup-cayenne-pepper-concoction, the ubiquitous acai berry cleanse: quick-fix fad diets often go out of style as quickly as they came in.

But according to recent reports out of Europe, the trendy so-called “baby food” diet — which involves eating pureed fruits and vegetables 14 times a day — is showing signs of staying power. And the real surprise? It’s not that bad for you.

The diet, created by trainer-to-the-stars Tracy Anderson, who later distanced herself from the craze, became popular in the spring of last year after Jennifer Aniston and Lady Gaga were rumored to be fans. Last month, it was reported that British celebrity…

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 Baby Food Diet: How Bad Is It For You?

While the diet has some obvious drawbacks, like depriving users of the pleasures associated with eating un-pureed food, it has one distinct advantage over other extreme weight loss techniques: According to health experts, it’s not as bad as you might think.

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