Celebrity Diet Secrets
We’ve all caught ourselves gawking at celebrities and their endlessly fit bodies. Some of them are even popping out babies, then turning up on the beaches of Malibu with a six-pack a couple months later! How the heck do they do it?!
Eva Mendes & Megan Fox
These two little ladies have one huge thing in common (other than their rock-hard bodies and beautiful faces): The 5-Factor Diet.
The 5-Factor Diet was developed by celebrity personal trainer and author, Harley Pasternak. Followers eat five meals a day, each containing no more than five ingredients, that only take five minutes of prep and five minutes of cooking time. The method to this madness is that meals contain: 1. Protein, 2. Complex carbohydrates 3. Fiber, 4. Fat, 5. Fluids. Exercise is also included in the plan, and you’ve guessed right: Five exercises, five minutes each.
Eva Longoria & Olivia Munn
We’d all love to have our own personal chef, but Eva Longoria and Olivia Munn are doing the next best thing. Longoria has her meals delivered to her doorstep by Sunfare, a company providing diet-based meals to the Los Angeles, California and Phoenix, Arizona areas. Vegetarian, cleanse and gluten-free are just some of the options. The Sunfare Select Diet can start as low as $41.95 a day (with a monthly plan), which includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks.
Olivia Munn subscribes to a similar program called The Fresh Diet. They boast world-class chefs, using garden fresh premium ingredients. Prices for this program can be as low as about $35 a day (with a monthly plan). The Fresh Diet also includes a larger area of delivery.
Gwen Stefani, Zooey Deschanel & Jennifer Garner
These ladies are drinking their way to thinness. They are just a couple of Pressed Juicery’s famous fans. The Los Angeles based juicery offers clients deliveries of their daily juice for various cleanse diets. A five day cleanse can cost about $350.
Jennifer Aniston & Demi Moore
These lovely ladies get into The Zone. The Zone diet was created by former scientist, Barry Sears, PhD. The diet focuses on changing the body’s metabolism with a diet that is 30% protein, 30% fat and 40% carbohydrates.From Dr Sear’s website:
“On one-third of the plate put some low-fat protein that is no bigger or thicker than the palm of your hand. Then fill the other two-thirds of the plate with colorful carbohydrates (vegetables and fruits). Finally add a dash (that’s a small amount) of fat that is low in omega-6 and saturated fats such as olive oil.”
He further explains that it’s an easy concept, but still difficult because you have to avoid pizza, pasta, potatoes and rice. Avoiding those yummy foods requires serious willpower.
Whatever diet plan you choose, make sure you research it well and that it’s healthy! Not all body shapes are alike, and health is always more important than being stick-thin.