It is hard to imagine that a person can lose ten pounds in two days by only consuming 400 calories a day. I know I have been sick before, having not eaten anything for two days, and I can assure you I did not lose ten pounds. But such is the claim of the Hollywood 48 Hour Miracle Diet found at http://www.diet.com/g/hollywood-diet. Naturally, I was curious to find out more about this extraordinary claim, and upon further examination of the article, it proudly boasts over 10 million users, but no where does it mention the results (or lack there of) seen by these people. Where the diet came from, what it is, and what it does are all topics mentioned, but the all important "HOW?!" is mysteriously never discussed. According to the fifth principle of scientific thinking, the crazier the claim, the crazier the evidence necessary to support it. However, this article quotes, "...there is no research on the Hollywood diets being safe or effective..." Apparently, even in Hollywood, miracles are too good to be true. On the other hand, there is a wealth of information about how to use the product correctly, precautions and risks, and possible benefits, but none have been proven by scientific research, which is the main issue with this article.