What is the Baby Food Diet?
The Baby Food Diet Plan claims to lose weight fast.
Baby food in jars or those that you puree like carrots, meats, and mashed bananas, are typical foods for feeding babies without teeth, and they have been a weight loss trend for adults for few years.
Created by celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, The Baby Food Diet is a weight loss fad promising to curb cravings, allow eating on the run, and lose weight quickly. Strange as it may seem, the plan is said to be popular, with celebrities rumored to have lost weight on baby food.
It is a very simple idea - substitute tiny jars of baby food for higher calorie snacks and meals instead of an eating plan like a low-calorie diet that rich in foods that are low in fat, includes lean protein, is low in trans fats, and are nutrient-dense. Instead of real food that you chew, for example, cereal, The Baby Food Diet consists of replacing one or more meals each day with jarred baby food. There are several variations of the plan -- replace all food, one or more meals, or just as a replacement for high-calorie snacks.
So, what do the diet experts say about The Baby Food Diet? The diet can work if calories are kept in check, but it is more likely just another diet gimmick that won't last.