Allure: This November, Try A Diet Of Vinegar And Air

The November Allure has hit newsstands, and as usual, it's full of obvious instructions and beauty advice. But as a bonus, it also includes "information" on the season's most ill-conceived and inadvisable diets.

Allure editors helpfully provide a breakdown of some of the crazier food (or non-food) regimens to hit Hollywood. The mild disclaimer in the introduction reads, "these weird restrictions can work, though some may not be that healthful," and those concerned with balanced meals or, like, chewing, might want to avoid the Baby Food Diet and the Apple-Cider Vinegar diet. But most upsetting is the Air Diet, which involves eating food with high quantities of air "injected" into it (Cheetos, Rice Crispies Treats). Either the editors just made this one up, or they're extremely gullible — perhaps some air got "injected" into their heads.

Allure: This November, Try A Diet Of Vinegar And AirS