A magic diet?

A friend read a book and is trying a diet that doesn’t seem very healthy to us.

Is there a magic diet or even a moderately preferred  diet?

Gina Kolata, a reporter at The New York Times, asked Dr. Jules Hirsch, emeritus professor and emeritus physician in chief at Rockefeller University, that question in a July 9, 2012, article—“In Dieting, Magic Isn’t a Substitute for Science.”

Dr Hirsch answered: “No. Some diets are better or worse for medical reasons, but not for weight control.”

His advice? People who want to lose weight should “eat a lower-calorie diet. They should eat whatever they normally eat, but eat less.”

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