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Friday, 22 August 2014

Doctors Warn: Fitness Instructor Recommends A Diet That Causes Anorexia

Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham are just some of the famous ladies of her perfect figure cannot thank Tracy Anderson, one of the most well-known personal trainer. However, extreme diet plan that she recommends is not so popular among doctors.
Experts warn that Tracie program, which lasts up to 90 days, dangerously deficient in terms vitalnijh nutrients, and it is so demanding that young people who look up to the stars can cause serious eating disorders.
Healthy Diets
While the common recommendation that women bring 2,000 men and 2,500 calories a day, its "dynamic eating plan" means the period in which shall be entered only 500 calories per day. Then, they are mainly only the fruits and vegetables in the blender, as well as juices.
In periods when the menu is filled with diverse foods, daily calorie intake is not driven in 1000, and essential fats, such as salmon, are a rarity in this diet, which is a cause for concern.
To make things worse, the program involves intensive exercise an hour a day, six days a week, no matter how little food is given.
Anderson became very famous when she
Madonna started is operated by with it and to promote its regime. Shortly thereafter, Gwyneth Paltrow also joined. However, the singer's 2009 stopped working with Tracy, because she did not like that too much time is spent with other customers.
Her career is minimally not bothered, so in my book of clients soon enrolled and Cheryl Cole and Nicole Richie, who suffered from anorexia.
Recently, the "British Dietetic Association" expressed concern that more and more young people emulate famous are following this rigorous regime. Dr Frankie Phillips on behalf of the association said that this diet is not only unhealthy, but also impractical.
- Entries are extremely essential bit of fat, calories and carbohydrates, which are the fruits and vegetables. It also seems to require a lot of time for shopping and preparing different meals. This all means that those who follow this regimen at risk to develop an eating disorder.
He added that this diet is suitable only for people who have a great excess weight, but in these cases it should be carried out under the supervision of a doctor.

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