May 6, 2015
More and more brides to be are trying something you usually
see in hospitals to lose weight for that walk down the aisle. They're spending up to ten days tied to a feeding tube.
This somewhat controversial program -called the "K.E." diet, promises to help you shed 20 pounds in 10 days.
Dieters insert a feeding tube into their nose, which runs to the stomach. They're fed a constant slow drip of protein and fat, mixed with water - zero carbs -totaling 800 calories a day.
the K.E. diet is new to the U.S., but has been around for years in Europe. Some doctors charge $1,500 for the ten day plan, and says these before and after pictures sell themselves.
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