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    diet

    Hi there,
    Is 'go on diet' or 'go on a diet', which one is correct?

    For example
    If they are not fat and they go on a diet, they may lack the nutrients .

    peter

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    Re: diet

    'go on a diet' is the correct one, it means 'eat only certain food '.

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