The Sacred Heart Diet is on Here - Beware! It Risks Your Health
If a healthy diet and exercise bores you, you'll want to find something easier that delivers fast, noticeable results. You'll want to find a diet that quickly sheds unwanted pounds, doesn't take much work, easy to follow and easy to manage. You don't want lectures over healthy foods and why you need regular exercise -- that's too hard to follow. So you open your Firefox or your Internet Explorer, looking for diets that promise huge weight loss and easy instructions...you'll click on articles about grapefruit diets, chocolate diets, about every diet imaginable until, heaven forbid, you come across The Diet.
What is The Diet?
The Diet is everything you need. 10lbs in a week! Be a size 2 in a month! You won't starve with this diet! This diet promises everything and the moon, and you read on, thinking this is your miracle cure.
Did you notice some odd phrases as you scroll down? Along with diet, weight loss, and skinny jeans, you might read ana, mia, pro-ana...what does that mean?
Do you realize you're on a pro-anorexia site?
Some are frightened; they click the back button. Some desperate individuals won't click back, however. They actually try the diet. Little do they know the harm it causes them: body, mind, and spirit. They do the diet regardless, as they see the pounds magically drop off.
If you're thinking of doing a diet on a Pro-Anorexia website, think again. If Pro-Anorexia doesn't alarm you, this will. Listen up, people: the Sacred Heart Diet is on here! So is the Master Cleanse Diet (the diet that Beyonce did), a.k.a. the "poop-all-day" diet. These are all dangerous diets that impact you negatively, with the worst effects on people at risk for eating disorders. Run from these "sacred" diets while you can.
The Sacred Heart Diet
Also known as the cabbage diet, the Sacred Heart Diet is supposedly a diet developed by medical professionals at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Montreal, Canada. The Sacred Heart Hospital denies any involvement with producing this diet. The Sacred Heart Diet claims this was made for overweight heart patients, but the actual hospital doesn't back up these claims.