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Name that Diet!

There are so many diets out there, it's hard to keep track of them. Sometimes I wonder how it all originated! Take a look!

Points available: 10

1:

It was developed by Stanley Burroughs; the diet only allowed lemon juice, cayenne pepper and maple syrup.

  • A) Master Cleanse
  • B) Adu Vapor
  • C) The American Diet
2:

Many blame the 1920-1930's AD campaign, using the brand Lucky Strike. This diet tactic causes infertility, heart disease and lung cancer.

  • A) Pills
  • B) Cigarettes
  • C) Alcohol
3:

In the 1950s, women used this tactic to lose weight due to the Christian dieting industry boom.

  • A) Exorcism diet
  • B) Praying diet
  • C) Baptism diet
4:

During the 1960s is when dieters began forming support organizations. In 1961, which weight loss support group did Jean Nidetch launch?

  • A) Weight Watchers
  • B) Ali Weight Loss
  • C) SENSA Weight Loss Group
5:

In the 70s, companies promised that you could "stuff your face without consequences," although after reports of vomiting and abdominal pains, the FDA got rid of it.

  • A) Cigarettes
  • B) Cabbage Soup Diet
  • C) Pill diet
6:

In the 80s, there was a new diet that required "hard-core discipline" called the Scarsdale Diet; what did it entail?

  • A) Eating just vegetables!
  • B) One meal a day!
  • C) 1,000 calories or fewer per day!
7:

As a result of the population becoming more aware of red meat's association with heart disease, which food became popular in the 80s?

  • A) Turkey Bacon
  • B) Chicken Sausage
  • C) Lean Chicken
8:

Created by the Desert Lab, this diet substance contains more than 97% of Hoodia, which is a plant extract that is believed to control appetite and manage food cravings.

  • A) Ice Cream Diet
  • B) Milkshake Diet
  • C) Ice Cube Diet
9:

It is supposedly a diet that involves "Eating for Energy."

  • A) Fruit Cleanse Diet
  • B) Fish Diet
  • C) Raw Food Diet
10:

This low- carb diet involves limited consumption of carbohydrates in order to switch the body's metabolism from metabolizing glucose as energy and converting stored body fat to energy.

  • A) The Bloom Diet
  • B) The Atkins Diet
  • C) The Nutritional Carb Diet