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    The Worst Weight-Loss Tips and Fad Diets Experts Wish Would Go Away for Good

    You hear a new get-thin-quick promise on social media nearly every day. Do this work out! Give up that snack! Only eat grapefruit! But this is all BS. These are the silliest, unhealthiest, and just plain wrong weight-loss tips diet experts have ever heard.

    1.       Bad Advice: Always Choose Low-Fat Instead of Full-Fat

    Why it’s wrong: The low-fat craze of the ‘90s and 2000s has left a lot of people thinking that they have to eat low-fat everything in order to lose weight. In reality, when you take the fat out, you have to replace it with something else to keep the taste, and that usually means adding a lot more sugar or salt. Not to mention fat could actually help you lose weight. A low-carb diet trumps a low-fat diet when it comes to weight loss. The low-carb dieters in a study lost an extra 8 pounds over the course of 12 months even though the two groups stuck to a similar number of calories.

    2.       Bad Advice: Indulge In a Cheat Day Once a Week

    Why it’s wrong: Eating healthy six days a week and then digging into what you’ve been missing on day seven is a pretty common dieting practice. But in reality, the plan could undermine your weight-loss efforts altogether. This idea sets up negative feelings about food and health in one’s mind. This way of thinking also suggests the diet is temporary rather than a lifestyle you can stick to for the long haul; instead treat yourself in moderation each day.

    3.       Bad Advice: Everyone Should Go Vegan or Vegetarian

    Why it’s wrong: Many people assume that switching to a vegan or vegetarian diet means they will automatically lose weight. It’s true vegan and vegetarian diets are heavy on fruits and vegetables, but not all the approved foods are virtuous. There are plenty of vegan junk foods-Oreos, potato chips, Cracker Jacks, to name a few. Plus, vegans and vegetarians may be prone to loading up on unhealthy carbs, like bread and pasta, to satisfy their hunger when nixing animal protein.

    4.       Bad Advice: Avoid Fruit-Its Loaded with Sugar

    Why it’s wrong: Eating a cup of grapes isn’t the same as grabbing a handful of Nerds. Yes, fruit contains sugar, but it also contains fiber and vitamins and minerals, nutrients that your body needs to support weight loss. Certain fruits can even help with weight management like apples, pears, and berries.

    5.       Bad Advice: Eat 6 Meals a Day

    Why it’s wrong: This weight loss strategy challenges the three-meals-a-day concept, but it turns out its more about what and how much you’re eating rather than whether you prefer big meals or small ones. While you probably will feel better and more energized if you spread three meals throughout the day and sprinkle in a couple snacks to curb a growling stomach, for normal, healthy individuals without medical conditions, there is no need to force yourself to eat six meals per day.

    6.       Bad Advice: Do a Juice Cleanse

    Why it’s wrong: You don’t need to drink disgusting juice for a week and suffer through headaches and hunger to detox. Our bodies are innately designed to detox-that’s what the liver is for. Plus, sipping your meals for a week means you’ll miss out on protein, and your body will start to break down muscle tissue.

    7.       Bad Advice: Eat Whatever You Want-So Long As You Exercise

    Why it’s wrong: We all want a free pass to indulge, but spending 45 minutes on the elliptical isn’t going to cut it. When it comes to weight loss, diet is king. When looked at, diet, exercise, or diet plus exercise had the greatest long-term effect on your health. Turns out, diet was a much more effective way to lose weight and fat than exercise alone, though diet plus exercise was even better. Unfortunately, most people and exercise machines overestimate the number of calories burned during a workout, which gives people a false sense of ‘I can eat anything’ which can actually lead to weight gain.

    8.       Bad Advice: Go Paleo

    Why it’s wrong: Any diet that eliminates entire food groups should be a no-no. There is nothing wrong with eating legumes and 100 percent whole grains. In fact, they are quite healthy and can aid in cholesterol and weight management. Eating beans, lentils, chickpeas, and dried peas can actually aid in weight-loss efforts.

    9.       Bad Advice: Don’t Eat After 8 P.M.

    Why it’s wrong: It comes down to simple math. Eating more calories than you are burning will lead to weight gain, not the time of day when those calories are consumed. Just try to make the last meal of the day a balanced one with healthy proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.

    10.   Bad Advice: Swear Off Gluten

    Why it’s wrong: You’ll likely lose weight when you eliminate gluten-laden cakes, cookies, and bread, but it’s probably the result of slashing calories rather than gluten. If you don’t have a real gluten intolerance or celiac disease, you’re teaching your body to forget how to process gluten. The reality is the human body has been processing gluten for centuries and if you stop eating it, you could be missing out on whole grains that have been shown to benefit your health.

    11.   Bad Advice: Don’t Snack Between Meals

    Why it’s wrong: Snacking can actually keep you on track and prevent blood sugar roller coasters that leave you hangry. When you don’t snack, your body learns to live in ‘starvation mode’ and your metabolism slows down as your body adjusts and compensates. Your body then hangs onto extra energy at meals by turning it into fat because it’s expecting that it will need that fat in case you don’t eat for a while. Just choose your snacks wisely: A mix of protein, healthy fat, and vegetable and fruit carbohydrates every few hours will keep your metabolism running.