50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, underwent a strict 9-week diet and successfully lost 54 pounds from his body to play the role of a cancer patient in his upcoming movie “Things Fall Apart.” The diet consists of pure liquids only – well known as a liquid diet – plus a three-hour walk on the treadmill every day.

The reveal of his photos put people all over the world in shock and disbelief. Some of them began to ask questions about whether such a fast but drastic diet is healthy and rational.

However, Dr. Douglas Husbands, a nutritionist from California, revealed to the press that this is an unhealthy way of dieting for several reasons: it cannot be applied for long-term dieting, it can lead to loss of muscle tissue and does not remove toxins. which are stored in fat. He claimed that a sensible weight loss program that takes longer may still be safer. He also added that such methods used to seize acting opportunities in the entertainment world could have dire consequences if not handled properly.

50 Cent stated that he has started to eat normally and that he should regain his weight in no time. Dr. Douglas also commented that gaining weight too quickly can be very dangerous. Still, anything done in a split second will never do you any good. Some common people have also thrown comments saying that such a diet is crazy and that this should not even be done by polite and submissive professional trainers. Without a doubt, 50 Cent is an enthusiast with no unachievable goals.

Marion Nestle, a professor of dietary studies at New York University, said the level of risk depends on how quickly and how much weight is lost. Most people can handle a few pounds, but rapid weight loss can be fatal. However, if the diet is done carefully, it is unlikely that they will suffer from any health problems.

This absurd way of dieting used by 50 Cent is only a fraction of what most celebrities do. Other famous stars like Victoria Beckham, the Kardashian sisters Beyonce, Renee Zellweger, and Tom Hanks have also gotten involved in diet plans, although some may not be as extreme as Curtis Jackson’s. The spread of diet news could be a negative influence on the public and professionals are advising ordinary people not to imitate any diet program used by Hollywood stars.