10 overrated health trends you should avoid

Weight-loss tea
 “It generally has a laxative effect. Not only is this unpleasant, but it can lead to dehydration and malabsorption over time.

Bulletproof coffee
“It has since been translated to everyday use with people adding butter, ghee, or coconut oil to their morning coffee and calling it breakfast.

The paleo diet
“It is a glorified low-carb diet that cuts out several important foods including dairy, whole grains, beans, and legumes, all of which have important macro and micronutrients.” 

Gluten-free diets
“This diet lacks certain nutrients and therefore can lead to deficiencies. Incorporating more pulses (beans, peas, lentils) into your diet can help to slim your waistline down.

Apple cider vinegar for weight loss 
“A popular health trend is [the idea of] apple cider vinegar as a miracle cure for weight loss."

Adopting a popular diet plan
“It largely depends on personal characteristics and gut microbiota composition, laying the foundations for broad implementation of personalized nutrition.

Appetite-suppressing lollipops
“It is crucial to learn how to listen to your body’s hunger and fullness cues in order to maintain a healthy weight much more effortlessly. 

Activated charcoal products
From toothpaste to wellness shots, many products now boast activated charcoal as an ingredient.

 A juice cleanse may sound like the perfect way to restore vitamins to your body, but does it really work? The short answer is no.

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