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From Atkins to the Zone: Twenty years of fad diets
Although this had an outing back in 1992, when Dr Robert C Atkins (below left) first published his book, The Atkins Diet Revolution, it regained popularity in 2003 after the death of its founder. Carbohydrates, in all their forms, were banned but
Another year, another fad diet - and this summer it's been the high-street 'teatox', a celebrity favourite. Unfortunately, the diet has made headlines for all the wrong reasons: apparently, it can lead to unplanned pregnancies. What is it about fashionable diets. Each year there's a new one, and deep down, we know they're probably not going to work. See how many of these diet crazes you remember from the past two decades:. 1995: The Zone Diet. Originally intended for the medical community, after a little bit of Hollywood public relations this diet took off in the mid-Nineties. To this day most of us cannot get our heads around it but we knew it had something to do with eating certain foods at certain times during the day. 1996: The Blood Type Diet. Another year, another scientifically complex diet. Eat Right 4 Your Type hit the shelves and so too did the followers of fad diets. This regime claimed that people with different blood types have different reactions to foods. The doctor behind this tomb listed the various blood types and what to eat accordingly. Again proving just that bit too complex, we gave this theory a short test-drive around the block before abandoning ship once again. 1997: The Cigarette and Cola Diet. This diet may have been tried and tested by the catwalk models of the era, but it brought on bouts of acne across the western world. 1998: The Sugar Busting Diet. This was the year that processed sugar became public enemy number one. , originally self-published in 1995 by a man called Leighton Stewart, shot to the top of the New York Times bestsellers' list in 1998, after it was reissued by a big publishing house. Cue the birth of clean-eating. 1999: The Blink and It's Gone Diet. The year is 1999, and Victoria Beckham had just given birth to her and David's first child Brooklyn. Brooklyn was born on March 4, and by March 5, Victoria leaves people wondering if she'd hired a surrogate. Also, it didn't matter whether you were a new mother or not, this became the go-to diet. 2000: The 500 Calorie Diet. Victoria's influence carried over into the Millennium year and portion-size-control complemented by snacking became a lifestyle choice. No one was on a diet any more, people just claimed to be eating smaller meals more regularly. 2001: The Hummus and Carrot Diet. We were eating carrot and celery sticks and asking our parents to buy us this thing called hummus. We'd never heard of chickpeas before but we knew it was low-fat and Victoria was eating it. 2002: The Microbiotic Diet. Its marketers never really seemed to be able to sell this one to the masses, the name itself wasn't the most accessible and Paltrow's clean-eating lifestyle was about a decade too early for us. Basically your diet was to consist of 40-60pc of... 2003: The Atkins Diet. Although this had an outing back in 1992, when Dr Robert C Atkins (below left) first published his book, The Atkins Diet Revolution, it regained popularity in 2003 after the death of its founder. Carbohydrates, in all their forms, were banned but followers of his diet were welcome to load up on rashers, sausages and eggs. 2004: The South Beach Diet. It was sort of like that macrobiotic one and a tamer version of the Atkins diet but the masses weren't really able to get their heads or mouths around it. Developed by another cardiologist, Dr Arthur Agatston, it promised to curb cravings, leave... Despite the claims it never got into the diet Zeitgeist. 2005: The Juice.
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