The baby food diet doesn’t sound like the most appetizing diet to try, mainly because it’s not. Mushy carrots and apple puree is great for babies, but for those with mature taste buds, reverting back can be a bit of a difficult transition. That being said, there is no denying that the baby food diet is extremely popular.
Created by Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson about two years ago, the baby food diet took Hollywood by storm.Stars likeJennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and even our very own Cheryl Cole have sworn by this diet to shed those tricky pounds. But is this just another ridiculous celebrity craze or could those tiny jars really do you and your weight loss some good?
Let’s find out.
How it works:
The baby food diet has a few variations but the main concept is to eat baby food as a replacement for your meals.