The latest absurd diet to hit the streets is the Augmented Reality Dieting System. This diet system augments the size of the food by using a pair of glasses to enlarge it, so people will eat less. The program is designed to only target food and to leave the consumers hand in its normal composition.
As obesity is an increasing problem in the United States, the researchers at the University of Tokyo have tried to develop a new plan. However, like all diet plans, this diet relies on consumer staying within the means of diet. Even though the food appears to look bigger than it actually is, it needs to be noted that the user needs to think of the food's new size and not its old.