Baby food dieters eat jars of baby food for one or two meals a day. For your single "adult" meal of the day, keep it to 500 or so calories if you.
The Baby Food Diet for Adults - Does It Work? Is It Safe? Author: Jennifer Cohen; Medical Editor: John P. Cunha, DO, FACOEP. Medically.
WebMD looks at the pros and cons of the Baby Food Diet. It's not hard to see why a person might lose weight by replacing adult-size meals with a few small.
Celebrities may give this diet fad more credit than it's due, but adults should steer clear of a baby food diet for several reasons.
A new mom tries out her baby's no-chew diet for a week.