Bizarre Celebrity Diet

Celebrity always want to look beautiful and they do some plans in her/his diet. Mostly their diet are really extreme and can’t be follow by ordinary people.
Here are some of the most bizarre celebrity diets of all time :-

1) Beyonce
Beyonce using the Master Cleanse diet, a restrictive juice fast in 2006.
The Master Cleanse is a 10-day juice cleanse that requires dieters to eat nothing and drink only a lemon, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper concoction.

Restricting calories to just a lemon drink means you won’t get all of your essential nutrients. The lack of fiber, protein, and healthy fats will also likely lead to a Master Cleanse dieter feeling sluggish and hungry for the entirety of the diet.

Doing the Master Cleanse regularly could lead to heart and kidney problems, as well as long-term weight gain, according to US News & World Report.

More recently, Beyoncé has been selling access to her plant-based recipes, but the 22-day plan provides a meager 1,400 calories a day and somehow also contains a “green smoothie” with 8 teaspoons of sugar, according to the BBC.

“It could be dangerous for the average person to follow without a team of nutritionists and trainers like Beyoncé has,” nutritionist Daniel O’Shaughnessy told the outlet.

2) Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey only eat Norwegian salmon and capers every day. In the interview with E!News, she said “My diet – you would hate it. All you eat is Norwegian salmon and capers every day – that’s it.”

She further clarified saying she tries to “stick to the proteins” and that it’s “the worst.”

Although eating protein can help keep you satiated, eating nothing but salmon means you won’t get critical nutrients found foods like vegetables, fruits, and grains. It should go without saying that Carey’s diet isn’t sustainable for the long term.

3) Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt did a Daniel Diet which is inspired by the Bible.Daniel dieters only eat fruits, vegetables, and unleavened bread for 21 days straight, with the overall goal of regaining focus on Christ-centered teachings, according to the Daniel Diet website.

Like other restrictive diets, the diet relies on the idea that the body needs to detoxify itself. But a special eating plan isn’t necessary to make this happen.

“Diets that severely restrict calories or the types of food you eat usually don’t lead to lasting weight loss and may not provide all the nutrients you need,” the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) explained on its website.

4) Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba did a juice cleanses diet. These cleanses are meant to flush the body of toxins and act as a dietary “reset,” even though they aren’t science-backed weight-loss methods.

Whether the cleanse involves forgoing meals altogether or replacing select meals with juice, the concept of a juice cleanse doesn’t match up with human biology. The body has a built-in detox system that gets rid of toxins sans pricey sugar water.

“When we breathe, when we go to the bathroom, when our liver is functioning – the body does all the cleansing and detoxifying itself. There’s no need to follow a certain diet plan to do that,” registered dietitian Rachael Hartley previously told INSIDER.

5) Madonna
Madonna diet including Macrobiotic foods including whole grains, soy, sea vegetables, and fermented stuff like sauerkraut and miso are the staples of Madonna’s diet. She doesn’t eat any wheat, eggs, meat, or dairy.

While fermented foods are well-regarded in the medical community for their ability to cultivate your gut flora, this plan is mostly full of downsides. It is not only very restrictive (and therefore probably not sustainable), it also makes it difficult to get enough major nutrients like calcium, iron, and B vitamins.

6) Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckah eat to optimize her PH level with the alkaline diet with alkaline foods like fruits and vegetables, soy, legumes and nuts. The plan avoids meats, dairy, grains, eggs, meat, processed foods, caffeine, and alcohol.

pH refers to the scale from 0 (acidic, such as battery acid) to 15 (basic, like lye or bleach), with pure water in the middle. But your body naturally works to keep your levels stable, regardless of what you eat, according to the Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center, so there’s no proof this actually does anything.

The diet is also needlessly restrictive and, to do it properly, you’re supposed to test the pH level of your urine regularly. While there are some benefits of the eating plan, they’re mostly common-sense, like eating more vegetables and less red meat and junk food. Also coffee has plenty of benefits, so ditching it is not only needlessly hard but not that helpful for most people.

7) Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera has done the 7-Day Color Diet, which involves eating foods of a different color each day of the week.
Aguilera’s diet was based off the 2003 book “7-Day Color Diet” by Jessica Weisel Courtney and Mindy Weisel.

Dieters are told to eat foods in only one color group each day, consuming items that are white, red, green, orange, purple, yellow, and rainbow, in that order. The thinking is that this way of grouping foods ensures dieters get all of their nutrients because different colored foods offer different ones, INSIDER previously reported.

Although limiting yourself to one color each day isn’t unhealthy (so long as you eat mainly unprocessed, fresh foods), the same effects can be achieved if a person eats colorful, nutrient-dense meals every day of the week. The diet may be difficult to follow or unsustainable for some people, so eating a simple balanced and rainbow-colored diet daily is fine too.

8) Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness brand Goop has written about numerous iffy diet practices, including a goat milk cleanse.
In a 2017 Q&A on, a “naturopathic physician” named Linda Lancaster suggested readers drink goat milk and nothing else for eight days straight to get rid of any parasites that might be in the body.

“In those days [biblical times], when a healer learned of a worm infestation, they would put the patient in a tub of milk until the worms would come out to drink-parasites love milk!” Lancaster said.

Not only is this advice lacking evidence, but drinking raw dairy could also lead to foodborne illness and subsequent hospitalization.

9) Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields made the “grapefruit diet” famous. It includes 800 calories a day and lots of the pink citrus fruit.
The grapefruit diet may help you lose weight, but only because of severe calorie restriction, not because of any magical enzyme the fruits contain.

The diet plan limits calories to just 800 a day, comprised of eggs in the morning, grapefruit all day, and a small piece of meat with veggies for dinner.

That kind of undereating can cause you to shed muscle mass, slow your metabolism, and, in severe cases, lead to serious problems due to malnutrition. It can also be dangerous to people already at risk of eating disorders. In case someone you know develops an eating disorder, you may help them look into a suitable residential eating disorder treatment.

That said, grapefruit does have some benefits, like vitamin C and potassium. But it blocks a specific enzyme related to breaking down some drugs, which can mean your body gets a higher dose, so be cautious about mixing it with your meds.

10) Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe ate lots of raw eggs, steak, and hot fudge sundaes.
In an 1952 interview, Monroe described her dieting choices as “absolutely bizarre,” and she’s not wrong. Eating raw eggs whipped into milk can lead to salmonella poisoning, and skipping lunch before a dinner of steak and five carrots could easily cause a dieter to lose out on essential nutrients. Monroe would also eat a hot fudge sundae for dessert, if you were wondering about her nightcap.

The late actress’s diet appears to be an attempt at calorie restriction and a high-protein diet, but eating so little fiber and fresh produce could lead to nutrient deficiencies, heart problems, and a feeling of sluggishness.


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