The All-Emoji Diet? One woman tried it

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - There's all kinds of wacky diets out there, but this one takes the cake.

Kelsey Rexroat, a writer for The Atlantic, went on the All-Emoji Diet.

For one week, she attempted to eat all 59 foods represented by Emoji.

The Emoji Diet is severely lacking nutrition. Eleven of the fifty-nine Emoji are desserts, and there are only two vegetables, corn and eggplant.

There are Emoji for cocktails, wine and beer.

In the end, she felt bloated from all the starch and she packed on some weight, thanks to the dessert binge.