So last week I offered you some killer celebrity workouts for revamping your gym routine.
But what about celebrity diets?
I thought I should cover this topic, because there are a lot of fad diets out there either linked to celebrities or endorsed by them. But what’s the deal with these diets? Do they work?
If you want the truth on celebrity diets, keep reading…
Jaime Pressly Cabbage Soup Diet – The cabbage soup diet has been floating around for years. It recently came up with Emmy award-winning actress Jaime Pressly, who claimed she lost 32 with this method.
She says she went through 2 rounds of the diet, eating cabbage soup 3 to 4 times a day for 6 days. Apparently, on one of the days, she was allowed to eat up to 8 bananas. I don’t know about you, but this doesn’t sound like my kind of diet. It also comes up short on nutrition and really puts your body in major stress mode possibly causing serious health complications.
My Tip: Without the protein and carbs, your body is not going to function at its best, which means your workouts will suffer. Pass on any diet that deprives your body of balanced meals and snacks, especially this celebrity diet which sucks big time.
Demi Moore Master Cleanse Diet – Last year Demi Moore reported on Twitter that she was giving the Master Cleanse a try, a 10-day diet program consisting only of a mixture of water, cayenne pepper, maple syrup, and lemon juice.
According to the actress, she only lasted 4 days on this insanely impractical diet. No surprise there. She ended up swapping this diet for the Clean Program, a 3-week cleanse that involves whole grain organic meals, meal replacement shakes, and a number of supplements. While a bit more manageable, this program costs $350, not including food. Like any cleanse, this one has its own controversy, but Demi has publicly supported it.