The Cinderella Diet Is a Real Thing - Here's Why You Shouldn't Try It
11 monthes ago - By PopSugar
In a time where there is an increased focus on healthy eating , healthy living, and body acceptance/positivity, there has come along a diet that seemingly puts those that try it at risk. This diet, dubbed The Cinderella Diet, is dieting to achieve the same proportions as the fictional Disney character.
"Basically what this is doing is fueling our already insane fetish for being underweight and creating eating disorders," said Dr. Mikhail "Doctor Mike" Varshavski DO, a board-certified family medicine physician at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ, who spoke to POPSUGAR in an email...
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