Welcome to the world of diets where everyone is desperately looking for ways to shed some extra pounds without putting in the work. These bizarre diets might sound made-up but they are actually followed by some people who wish to lose weight in an, ahem, unconventional way..
If you are ready to get freaked out then check out this list of the most bizarre diets ever.
You probably have a very good idea of what this diet is going to be all about just by looking at the title. This diet calls for eating 4 cups of ice which means you are consuming one liter of water that has been turned into ice. Some dieticians believe that the weight loss that happens after following this diet is because the water consumption is increased and the body has to meltdown the ice back into water which might result in more calories burnt.
The Cotton Ball Diet
You might have come across a spoof of this diet that featured on the hit TV show “Scream Queens.” The extreme diet is just as dangerous as it sounds; the people who follow this diet replace food with cotton balls, which they then dip in sauce, juices, or soup. These people believe doing so helps them consume less food but in reality, this diet is most probably damaging their insides.
The Air Diet
You might be thinking that these diets are only getting crazier by the minute but the air diet is on a whole new level. In this diet, the person has to think about food, make food, hold food in their hands–but they cannot eat the food. What a tease. Apparently, when you constantly think about food, your body assumes that you have had food already, hence, suppressing your need to eat.
The Baby Food Diet
You probably know where this is going. Baby food diet calls for the person to consume baby food on a daily basis, under the assumption that if the baby food is good for babies then it must be good for adults too. There is also an extreme version of this diet which consists of a person finishing a jar of baby food for every meal but personally, we doubt if we’re willing to go the extra mile with this one.
So, what do you think of these weird diets? Can you believe that some people actually follow such meal plans?