Faith-based diets gain popularity

04/19/2010 |

A number of faith-based diet plans and books have come out in recent years, creating a market niche in the $64 million weight-loss industry. Some teach people to turn to God, not food, for emotional support, while others take dietary cues from the Bible, such as focusing on raw fruits and vegetables. New York nutritionist Lisa Jubilee says there can be positive benefits to faith-based diets, such as encouraging lifestyle changes rather than temporary diet tricks.

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