What is BHF diet?
British Heart foundation (BHF) diet is also known as the Greenlane diet. Though named after the British heart foundation, they have nothing to do with it. It did not come from them or any employed with them.
BHF diet is a crash diet that is not recommended by experts for its very low 700 calorie requirement for a day approximation. Such a low calorie will not meet the nutrient requirement the body needs for the day and so does the essential vitamins and minerals usually provided by food.
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