Click on this piece of garbage from Marieclaire.com if you fell like some good old-fashioned outrage… (warning, triggering)
Hint: 5 edamame is one of the more filling items mentioned….
Since when is a lunch of “nothing” and a breakfast of “tea” sound nutritional advice.
This article totally appalled me. My FB “likers” are pretty upset too. I’ve tried to leave a comment on the Marie Claire site, but can’t. The “article” chronicles what 5 “nutritionist” eat (or rather dont’ eat.) It legitimizes and recommends dangerous eating practices. How can we let them know this isn’t right, this is dangerous and promotes disordered eating and eating disorders?
from the article:
Core advice: “I don’t recommend my diet to beginners. Start slowly with any diet or detox, and make sure you’re eating tons of seasonal, fresh fruits and vegetables.” (my note: she eats “TONS” of nothing…)
- Lemon tea with fresh, raw grated ginger, a squeeze of lemon, and Stevia to taste (a natural, calorie-free sweetener), 24 fl oz — 3 calories*
- Mountain Valley Spring Water, 16 fl oz — 0 calories
- One small watermelon — 230 calories
- Two cantaloupes — 376 calories
- Two bananas — 200 calories
- Smoothie (pineapple, avocado, kale, alfalfa sprouts, coconut water, mint) — 366 calories
- Box of Salud macaroons, 4.5 oz — 604 calories
TOTAL DAILY CALORIES: 1,779