I agree with all the above; it’s not a good idea. Weight loss is more than just restricting your consumed calories…There are too many other things one must consider before a successful weight reduction program can be created and implemented e.g., exercise, sleep, stress, support (or lack thereof), psychological issues, etc..
It seems very tempting to just get entirely off the food wagon and not be confronted with the demons of food choice. But as my precious answereres stated, this does not teach how to deal with food and the issues around it.
Any diet that restricts calories will help a person lose weight, and there are enough of them out there. But the more restrictive and divorced from reality they are, the more likely is it that the person will regain much, if not all and more, of the weight he has lost because the underlying problems have not been addressed.
Think it worst idea ever. Think about it a second – If you try one of these “weight loss diets” they are intended to lose weight and you most likely will. However, they are most likely unsafe or at least unhealthy. After you finish you go back to eating your typical foods and you begin the yo-yo effect. Gaining back the weight that you lost after your liquid diet. This is not recommended and is not a healthy way to lose weight.
If you are looking to lose weight do it the real way. Educate yourself on foods that are detrimental to your health. Learn about ingredients and what to cut out. Eliminating foods/ingredients and substituting for healthier options are the long term way to see successful weight loss. It is a proven planned and has worked for myself. If you would like amore elaborate/detailed plan of how to go about this food education weight management feel free to contact me. I am happy to help!
Fuel the Movement,