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We've had the Grapefruit Diet and the Baked Bean Diet. What's the next dietary craze going to be? 

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Published January 17, 2001 at 6:43 p.m.

The George W. Bush Recession-Induced Diet.

— Allison Dincecco

Owner, SoHome


The Canteloupe Diet — three a day. I heard it on the radio, so it must be true!

— Rob Ashline

Head Chef, Coyotes Café


The No Food Diet — just drink your favorite beverage instead.

— Jackie Rose

Owner, The Store


Yerba Maté green tea from Paraguay — it really should be the next big thing.

— Caroline O’Connor

Barista, Radio Bean


Whatever the next fad is, let’s hope it involves some common sense…

— Michael Woodfield

Owner, State Street Market


The Red Meat Diet, particularly Steak Tartare, with a possible malt beverage supplement on the side. The alternative would be the Sodium Nitrate Diet: raw hot dogs.

— Johnny Moore

Manager, Forth’n Goal Sports


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