Write a paragraph for each that defines it and explains its risk. (1 5 points total) Risky weight loss strategy #1 : the fad diet, A fad diet is a weight-loss strategy that promises dramatic results and is popular for a short period of time. Fad diets also don’t encourage physical activity and, more importantly, don’t produce an enjoyable eating environment. Risky weight loss strategy #2: liquid diet, in which beverages replace some or all meals. These diets tend to be very low in calories and often do not provide he fiber or nutrients the body needs.
Liquid diets have been associated with medical problems, like sensitivity to cold, brittle nails, fatigue, diarrhea or constipation, or heart or gallbladder problems. Risky weight loss strategy #3: Two other risky weight-loss strategies found in drug stores are laxatives and diuretics. To help have a bowel movement, a person may take laxatives.
Taking diuretics increases the amount of urine a person excretes. Both basically rid the body of fluids, not fat, which, as you know, does not produce permanent weight loss.