fads and trends
A survey of over 1500 chefs conducted by the American Culinary Association has revealed the top 20 culinary trends.
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While there’s a general consensus that to lose weight the calories you burn must exceed the calories you consume, how you decide to achieve that goal is certainly up for debate.
Finding myself on the wrong side of 30, it’s tough to keep up with the vernacular of today’s young health and fitness enthusiasts.
These eight health and fitness trends promise amazing results. Do they work or are they too good to be true?
The 5 Bite Diet promises a simple solution to weight loss by only taking five bites of any food. Does this really work or isn’t it that simple?
In 1981 Judy Mazel released the Beverly Hills Diet and a marketing juggernaut was born.
Although it is difficult to ascertain what constitutes a “fad diet”, there are certain shall we say…
In 1961 Americans consumed 2883 calories per person.
We debunk the Maple Syrup Diet fad. It worked for Beyonce–briefly. Will it work for you?
The Grapefruit Diet is a weight loss diet built solely around the grapefruit. The 12-day meal plan is found here as well as variations of this fad.