Practicing healthy eating and staying fit is every human’s desire, but for celebrities, it’s several notches higher. Having the pressure of being in the public eye and magnet to paparazzi’s, it’s important for celebrities work very hard to keep their bodies in perfect shape. While many celebrities would choose to maintain a healthy diet and hit the gym, others prefer an unconventional approach which puts us on the fence. These four celebrities have some pretty bizarre dieting secrets, which includes baby food. All we can stay is that we have our doubts on their method.
Known for her curves, Beyonce had lose a couple of pounds for her role in the film Dreamgirls. To make this happen, she did a ‘master cleanse’: a seven-day juice cleanse. The juice includes a mix of water, lemon juice, maple syrup and cayenne pepper and you don’t eat anything. We believe the juice cleanse wasn’t a hit for the Diva, as she never did another juice cleanse again. Instead, she chooses to eat vegan meals several weeks straight at a time.
The singer is known for her peculiar fashion sense. Strangely enough, she is known to swear by a whiskey diet. In this diet, you can consume whiskey any time of the day and eat only low-carb meals. Exercise is still important for this diet to work, which means you have to work out with a hungover. Apparently, the diet is very effective, but we doubt your boss will be happy seeing you with a glass of whiskey on the job. Lucky for Lady Gaga, she’s her own boss.
This highly talented actress follows a bizarre diet plan which will not suit any adult’s palate. The Legally Blonde actress has an impressive figure but not-so-impressive meal plan. How does she keep her body in shape like this? With baby food. The vitamin-rich baby food are ideal for a low-calorie diet. Each to their own, of course, but this one’s definitely not for us.
To achieve a body like hers in Black Swan is no joke! Is it said that the actress had to lose 10 kilos for the role. To achieve that goal, the actress was living on a diet purely on almonds and carrots. That’s pure discipline, for sure.