A fad diet is a diet that is popular for a time, similar to fads in fashion, without being a standard dietary recommendation, and often promising unreasonably fast weight loss or nonsensical health improvements. Generally, fad diets promise short-term changes with little efforts, and thus may lack educating consumers about whole-diet, whole-lifestyle changes necessary for sustainable health benefices. Celebrity endorsements are frequently used to promote fad diets, which may generate significant revenue for the creators of the diets through the sale of associated products. Although fad diets may have a negative connotation for health professionals,  some have scientific evidences and therapeutic applications, such as the ketogenic diet for epilepsy  or caloric restriction and the Mediterranean diet for obesity and diabetes,     and several producing similar benefits to commercial diets or standard care when done under professional supervision. There is no single definition of what is a fad diet, encompassing a variety of diets with different approaches and evidence base, and thus different outcomes, advantages, and disadvantages. Although fad diets are ever-changing, most can be categorized in these general groups:   . Fad diets are generally restrictive, and are characterized by promises of fast weight loss   or great physical health notably by ” detoxification “,    and which are not grounded in sound science. Some fad diets, such as diets purporting to be alternative cancer treatments, promise health benefits other than weight loss. Commercial weight management organizations CMWOs, such as Weight Watchers, were inappropriately associated with fad diets in the past.
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