Emily Ratajkowski


These were the top 5 most-Googled diets of 2017

No one has ever found a magical meal plan for weight loss, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying. In attempt to get out of the rigorous exercise and rigid eating planย that a super fit body requires, people instead peruse the internet looking for the next fad diet that claims to effortlessly drop pounds. Some of them are backed by a little science, but others don’t have much merit (suuuuure Emily Ratajkowski. We totally believe you eat pastries every day). Here are the top 5ย Googled diets of 2017 that you may not even know existed. https://www.instagram.com/p/BW-JOv0hT29/?tagged=applecidervinegardiet 1. Apple Cider Vinegar Diet Apple cider vinegar enthusiasts claim that it can aid in digestion. Proponents say theyย take anywhere from a teaspoon to a tablespoon a day to relieve bloating and encourage weight loss. But how well do these claims actually hold up? A 2009 study found that after a high-fat meal, mice…