These diets are not suitable for every dieter, so if you are tempted to follow one of these diets it is important that you talk with your doctor first to see if it is a viable weight loss option for you based on your medical history.
This often has coincided with a holiday or special occasion when the dieter has been tempted away from their normal diet foods and it can be difficult to regain the focus and enthusiasm that the dieter felt at the start.
Dieters may very well lose the promised 10-15 pounds, but the problem is that most of the weight lost will be primarily from fluids, not fat, and will return once the dieter resumes eating normally.
Dehydration can be avoided by careful attention to the amount of water drunk each day: as with any diet, the dieter should drink one ounce of water for every two pounds of body weight.
The reason why the diet is called the Fat Smash Diet is to emphasize that the dieter is going to be 'smashing' bad behavior and making a general improvement in lifestyle.