Seven Diets That Make us Hate Food

Diets

Nowadays healthy eating is turning into a necessity if we want to enjoy good health and a perfect figure. However, some recommended food diets can ruin any good food. Here we will list the 7 diets and their insidious way of making us hate food.

The Grapefruit Diet - The only condition of this diet is to eat 1 grapefruit before each meal. It is said that a lot more fat is burned this way. One result at the end of the diet however is the loathing you will feel every time you think about the citrus fruit.

The Dukan Diet - This diet is living proof that one of the simplest things in life (eating) can turn into a compilation of complex calculations. There are 4 phases to this diet. In the first 2-7 days, you have to consume proteins with low fat, water, as well as to eat 1 1/2 tablespoons of oatmeal every few hours as specified in - rules and procedures that will inevitably make you sick of food.

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The Cabbage Soup Diet - Boiled cabbage is certainly the worst possible way to savor this otherwise delicious and healthy vegetable. And since the diet requires that you only eat cabbage soup, you will end up hating it at the end. Plus, for 4 days you are allowed to eat up to 8 bananas - something that your taste buds won't like for long.

The South Beach Diet - The people who have created this weight loss method are trying to convince you that the grated white substance, known as nonfat mozzarella, is a decent substitute and even better alternative than what we know as cheese. Unfortunately, that's not the case.

The Liquid Diet - Here, instead of eating your food with pleasure, you have to drink it. All of the products need to literally be drained and taken in the form of a liquid - quite strange and surely revolting.

The Quick Weight Loss Diet - Beverages with chocolate are seen as the worst thing in the world according to this diet. This will inevitably dishearten anyone who loves these types of products.

The Pure Food Diet - According to this diet, a brownie without chocolate can still be called a brownie. If you ask us, this type of culinary blasphemy is unacceptable.

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