26 Jul '16, 2am

Two of these #insane #weightloss #diets involve #sleeping and cotton balls

Every few years, we're bombarded with fad diets that are "guaranteed" to work. Throw in a celebrity endorsement or two and everyone wants to get on the bandwagon, too. But how many of them actually work? Here are six crazy diets that don't do the job. The baby food diet Its creator, celebrity personal trainer Tracy Anderson, describes it as “a cleanse where you still eat” and celebs such as Jennifer Aniston and Lady Gaga were said to be on it. You basically eat only one meal a day and replace the other two with several jars – up to 14 or 16 of them, according to some sources – of baby food, so you'll get all the useful nutrients, as babies do. However, baby food lacks fibre, so you're not doing your digestive system any favours with this diet. Also, not all baby foods are low in calories and what you eat in your one "grown-up" meal affects the end result too. The blood typ...

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unep.org 26 Jul '16, 10am

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Back to work treat with a new handbag?

Back to work treat with a new handbag?

beautyqueenuk.co.uk 26 Jul '16, 8am

The sensible options comes with Radley and this black Millbank shoulder bag. I like Radley bags because they are strong, r...