Some people want to lose 10 pounds in a week, others, in a day. The solution? Crash diets! As we all know, they are a rage in the dieting world. From Kate Middleton to Beyoncé Knowles, everyone is following one diet or the other, to shed off those extra pounds quickly.
Crash diets are diets that severely restrict the calorie intake to cause massive weight loss within a very short period of time. Not only do these diets claim to provide quick results, they also claim to be helpful in cleansing and detoxification.
Such crash diets that work fast can be followed by people who want to lose weight for an upcoming occasion, party, or dinner. These diets are nothing but a short-term solution to weight loss. If you are planning to follow one of these, you should be prepared to gain all the weight back (sometimes even more than the initial weight) since, such a weight loss is nothing but water loss and mostly does not burn fat.
As soon as one reverts to their normal eating habits, they put on all the lost weight back. Although these diets have proven to be effective for many, experts advise not to follow these for a prolonged period, considering the side effects that they possess.