These 5 celebrity food regimes were just ripped to shreds by a top authority on diets

Business Insider | Dec 7, 2017, 06.16PM IST

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An "authentic" Mediterranean diet, which includes a cauliflower pizza base, may not be as healthy as it seems.

After a Christmas period filled with food, alcohol, and indulgence, many of us promise ourselves that we'll try to lose some weight in the new year.

But the rush to faddy diets now comes with a warning label, courtesy of the British Dietetic Association (BDA). The organisation has released a list of five of food regimes endorsed by celebrities in 2017 that should be avoided.

It debunks the diets' supposed methodology, suggesting that some "health" trends sometimes do more harm than good.

Sian Porter, a consultant dietitian for the BDA, said: "As practising dietitians, we hear it all when it comes to the latest health and weight loss diets. In reality, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is."

Scroll on to discover five celebrity diets that have been ripped to shreds by the BDA.

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