The Tapeworm Diet
The Tapeworm diet consists of putting a Tapeworm into a person’s body and letting the worm eat out the fat in the body. Although it is not possible to attempt the Tapeworm diet in most countries, it is being offered at some places in Mexico. When you arrive at the treatment location you are given beef tapeworm cysts that have been identified microscopically. The tapeworm interferes with your digestion system and the absorption of nutrients in your body, which means that you can consume more calories and still lose weight. However the parasite also looks for vitamins and other important nutrients, which may result in a nutritional deficiency. According to some scientists, tapeworm infestation can result in a loss of one to two pounds per week. Once the target weight loss is reached, an antibiotic is given, which kills the tapeworm so it can be expelled. It goes without saying that the Tapeworm Diet is extremely risky and can cause a wide rage of undesirable side effects including death. In addition to this, dieters will probably regain all the weight that is lost if they continue with the same eating habits after the tapeworm is expelled. Dieters are advised to stick with proven weight loss methods such as consuming fewer calories and increasing physical activity, rather than risking their lives with a technique that is harmful and unlikely to yield positive long-term results by trying the tapeworm diet. This diet is completely irrational and irresponsible. No one should ever put a worm into his or her body to loose weight, which is pure laziness. If you want to loose one to two pounds a week, then watch your caloric intake and work out a few times a week. The risks for this diet are high, the person who attempts this diet can end up with a swollen stomach that appears unattractive and rebounds the initial reason for even doing this obscene diet. Other side effects include nausea, weakness, constipation, headaches and abdominal pain. Your...
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