The Taco Diet Sounds Strange But It Just Might Work


You would not expect to hear the words “taco” and “diet” in the same sentence, but, believe it or not, this is a real thing. Not only is it a real thing, but it is something that more and more people are going for and reporting major results. Most recently, the taco cleanse diet got its first high profile celebrity endorsement from none other but Jennifer Aniston who said she was riveted by the idea.

If we are being honest, a claim like “Your chakras will become realigned into an optimal taco pattern,” from the official website where the authors sell their cookbook sounds more like a joke than anything else, but there are some indications that they are not joking at all.

The creators of the diet and the cookbook Wes Allison, Molly R. Frisinger, Jessica Morris and Stephanie Bogdanich claim they ate nothing but tacos for 30 days straight. The ‘taco scientists’ as they call themselves ate tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner and they couldn’t find a reason to stop whatsoever. They are now sharing their findings in a cookbook which is packed full of taco recipes.

shutterstock_115899640The cookbook features five different recipes for tortillas, including a waffle version, which is definitely something we would try. In addition to these, the cookbook includes more than 35 vegan filling recipes and more fixings recipes than you can imagine. In short, you won’t be eating the same taco every day.

There are a few reasons why the ‘taco scientists’ recommend an all-taco diet. For instance, they say that the ‘breakfast taco’ consumed within three hours of waking up can easily negate all of the negative effects of a wild night out while the ‘midday taco’ boasts even more positive effects on one’s physique. Finally, the ‘spicy evening taco’, and this is a quote, “stimulates the nocturnal imagination and has been used by taco spiritualists to induce prophetic dreams.”

Once again, we are not quite sure that this is not just a massive joke coming from the heart of Texas, but we will give them the benefit of a doubt. If nothing else, the cookbook is a great source of recipes that will make your taco-indulging moments healthier.

Also, there is pretty much no way that a taco diet will get annoying any time soon.

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