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    challenge or twerking. Not all trends are good and many are just people trying to fit in. A new trend that has been on a steady rise is CrossFit, but this isn’t a dance or a new lipstick. CrossFit is a workout regime that has burst onto the scene in recent years. CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity, basically a high intensity workout that has you constantly moving. CrossFit trending is part of a bigger change, fitness is in. Everyone should get up, forget these fads and trends and get active because it will have great benefits to your health. Fitness has gone through many changes throughout history, and has produced many fads as well as trends. We have all seen it, the late night infomercials featuring a ripped man and his equally glistening women wearing minimum clothing and promoting P90x for just three small payments of nineteen dollars and nighty nine cents. Just like P90X, Richard Simmons, and Zumba the fitness industry has fads show up and go away just as quick. Walter Thompson of the American College of…

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    Essay On Fad Diets

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    Fad Diets By Rupert Starkey Fad diets are diets that do more harm than good to people that want to be healthier. They can result in people consuming unprocessed food or too little food that can lead to them being very ill. For example“The Raw Food diet”. The Raw food diet claims that when you cook food it get rids of all of the nutrients of the food you eat and that all processed foods have no nutrients. This claims it will make you lose weight and get more nutrients faster. This was created…

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    Fad Diet Essay

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    Fad Diets Jayda Carson A-day The first fad diet I will be talking about is the baby food diet.Which is a diet where you have to eat baby food during the day then for dinner you can eat something normal. The average adult will need 12 to 16 jars of baby food for the day. This fad diet is designed to help you lose weight without exercise. Baby food does not come cheap you easily spend at least 10 dollars a day on baby food since your eating a lot of baby food. There are some risks that you take…

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    The Fad Diet

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    The Fad Diet of Robert Atkins This is a four phase diet. 1. Phase 1 (Induction): Under 20 grams of carbs per day for 2 weeks. Eat high-fat, high-protein, with low-carb vegetables like leafy greens. This kick-starts the weight loss. 2. Phase 2 (Balancing): Slowly add more nuts, low-carb vegetables and small amounts of fruit back to your diet. 3. Phase 3 (Fine-Tuning): When you are very close to your goal weight, add more carbs to your diet until weight loss slows down. 4. Phase 4 (Maintenance):…

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    Our society is always striving for the quest to be thin, yet many Americans are overweight and obese. It’s no wonder you see so many diet gimmicks and plans on the market. Fad diets have been around for many years but often fade away as consumers realize they do not hold up to their promises. One fad diet that has been around for years and is my personal favorite is the Atkins diet. The Atkins Diet was first introduced in the 1970’s. This Diet stresses the reduction of carbohydrates and an…

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    Social Media Fads

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    According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, loneliness is being sad from being apart from people or being without company. In modern days people seem to think they are never alone. This is due to social media. People have a way to interact with others no matter where they are. Social media, however, is creating a tear in face to face interactions with others, and is causing people to feel lonely. Many see technology as a useful tool, but social media leads to online confrontations, makes others…

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    Roaring Twenties Fads

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    tradition, and daring feats all occurred during this time of dramatic change. The twenties was not a time of refinement or civility, but instead the signs of corruption were over-looked and life was lived to the fullest. New fads and ways of entertainment were discovered creating an easy going lifestyle. The radio, first developed in the 19th century, helped pave the way for new fads and new entertainment. Although the radio started out with only had a few stations, over time it grew to be…

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    Denim Trends Essay

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    Distressed and patched denim not only adds a flare to your simple denim, but contours the curves and flatters the shape of your body. We see released hems, whiskering, chevrons, tears, patchwork and hand sanding for both genders. When working with distressed denim the process is hand done, while you reflect your individuality in ways of styling the denim, you also reflect the work of an artist. The classic style of denim with a white t-shirt is even enhanced with these trends. These denim trends…

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    Benefits Of Fad Diets

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    Most fad diets fail to encourage their users to exercise because they do not want to scare them away. The consumers of fad diets typically want to lose weight in the easiest way possible, and the last thing they want to do is take time out of their days to exercise. Instead, companies who sell fad diet products simply tell their users it is not necessary to exercise while on their diets. For example, Valerie Taylor, author of a Toronto Star article titled "All-Or-Nothing Diet," elaborates on a…

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    American culture has completely altered our beliefs in terms of the food we eat and all the rituals and diets we follow. Many are looking for something more, which are fad diets. From celebrity endorsements to the growing industry of food, fad diets have taken over making the consumers follow these routines that are either a quick fix or just a waste of time and money. Sometimes our beliefs go beyond the point of no return. With fad diets, one may starve themselves, which makes their bodies…

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