These often promise rapid weight loss by eliminating toxins, but they lack scientific evidence and can be unhealthy.
Avoiding entire food groups, like carbs or fats, is unnecessary and can lead to nutritional deficiencies.
Severely restricting calorie intake can slow metabolism and lead to muscle loss, making it hard to sustain weight loss.
You can't lose weight from a specific area of your body through targeted exercises. Weight loss is generally distributed.
Many are unproven or have potential health risks. It's better to rely on diet and exercise for weight loss.
Programs that promise quick results often involve unhealthy practices and lead to the yo-yo effect.
Skipping meals can lead to overeating later in the day and disrupt your metabolism.
Weight can fluctuate for various reasons, so it's not always an accurate reflection of fat loss. Focus on overall health and how you feel.