Karl Lagerfeld Diet
When fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld was experiencing challenges with his weight, he sought the advice of Dr. Jean Claude Houdret, a doctor that specializes in nutrition. They worked together to create the plan that helped Lagerfeld to lose 92 pounds in just over a year so that he was able to achieve his goal of being able to fit into clothes that were designed for younger and slimmer men.
What ‘s in the BOOK?
What To Eat
No refine or fried foods. Some protein but very low percentage of fats. The diet is based on a very low calorie count, starting with a two-week plan of just 800 calories and then increasing the count once the goal has been achieved. A protein supplement created by Dr. Jean Claude Houdret is recommended as a replacement for at least a meal a day.
Quick results. Pays attention to the emotional factors behind the weight problem.
The diet can be dangerous because of its low calorie count. It doesn’t teach anything about proper eating habits. Weakness and dizziness are likely. Too much emphasis is placed on the beauty aspect, even going as far as to recommend plastic surgery or spitting your food in order to achieve goals faster.