When we talk about losing weight, we often think about which diet plans worked best for our favorite celebrities. These days it’s not uncommon to hear about the Atkins diet, Mediterranean diet, or even intermittent fasting. Among these diets are the Paleo and Ketogenic diets. It’s a common misconception that Read more…
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It might be tempting to follow these tips anyway especially when you see how much weight your favorite model has lost, but we’re here to tell you why some of the seemingly-best celebrity diets might actually be the worst.