There a very simple explanation for mobility scooter soup diet – FRAUD. There’s really no need for further explanation. But in case you’re curious here is some more information.
The inventor of the cabbage soup diet isn’t known. It was one of the diets faxed from machine to machine in the early 1980′s. There were many names for the diet, sometimes a well-known institution such as St. Jude’s diet. Needless to say, the diet has no relation to any of the institutions, nations, or people used in these names.
Most people on the cabbage soup diet drink nothing but water or unsweetened fruit juice. A general outline of the diet is something like this.
Day one — cabbage soup and fruit, but not bananas.
Day two — cabbage soup plus vegetables, which could include a half baked potato with no butter.
Day three — cabbage soup plus vegetables and fruit, not including bananas or potato.
Day four — cabbage soup +8 bananas and skimmed milk.
Day five — cabbage soup, six tomatoes and up to 20 ounces of beef.
Day six — cabbage soup plus as much beef and vegetables as can be eaten, but no potatoes.
Day seven — cabbage soup, brown rice, vegetables, unsweetened fruit juice, but no potatoes.
According to the cabbage soup diet you could lose 10 pounds in just a week. What the diet doesn’t specify is that most of that weight loss would be water. A week is simply too short a time in which to lose 10 pounds of fat. It is however, possible to get sick from a lack of nutrition which is one danger with the cabbage soup diet.
It’s also pretty hard to stick to the cabbage soup diet. That isn’t to say that it’s complicated, but cabbage soup seven days in a row can be quite bland and boring. It was common for people to last only a couple of days before quitting. Even as more exciting cabbage soup recipes, including some with various spices, made the rounds people still quit early.
In general nothing quite as extreme as the cabbage soup diet is needed to lose weight. Exercise more and cut out calories in order to accomplish a goal.