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‘Hormone diets’ might work—but not for the reason you think

The nutritional advice is usually solid. The medical advice, not so much.
There’s currently no peer-reviewed research published in any major scientific journals backing up the hormone diet’s claims.
There’s currently no peer-reviewed research published in any major scientific journals backing up the hormone diet’s claims. (Shutterstock/Gts/)

When it comes to losing weight and getting healthy, there never seems to be a shortage of diet and fitness crazes claiming to hold the secret to easy, sustainable weight loss. Some of the most recent popular diet crazes include the ketogenic diet (low carbohydrate, high fat), the carnivore diet (only eating meat and other animal products), and (eating only within a strict timeframe, or on certain days).

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