Most Americans Have Wasted A Lot Of Money On Fad Diets

There is no easy “fix” to weight loss. It requires an entire approach towards your lifestyle, yet companies make huge money on ‘fad diets’. Although these weight-loss trends can provide short term success, we ultimately find ourselves wasting a lot of money while immediately regaining the weight.

A new survey finds:

  • Half of Americans say they followed a fad diet that wound up doing more harm than good.
  • Only 32% of folks say a diet trend “often” helps them reach their goal.
  • 90% of those who try nutrition trends say they’ve spent, on average, $158 on products that didn’t work, or didn’t help them reach their desired result.
  • That could translate in more than $9,000 over a lifetime.

So, what are the most popular nutrition trends folks have tried. Well, they include:

  • Drinking celery juice (79%)
  • “Clean” eating (78%)
  • Weight-loss tea (78%)
  • Gummy vitamins (76%)
  • Weight-loss supplements (76%)
  • Personalized vitamins (75%)
  • CBD products (75%)
  • Vitamin IV drips (70%)
  • Blood-type diet (69%)
  • Personalized/DNA-based nutrition (68%)

Source: SWNS Digital

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