When it comes to public events, we can always count on seeing famous stars step out with toned bodies and glowing skin. But if you've ever been curious to know just how they achieved those looks, it's all because of their well-known celebrity diets.
Now, before you start raising your eyebrows, we're not talking famous fad diets that promise to help you lose weight in three days. We're talking about meal plans that actually worked for these stars — and you'll be glad to know that some occasionally treat themselves to cravings!
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She follows a strict vegan diet, especially since she was never a fan of meat. But she also explained that eliminating dairy has worked wonders for her body.
“After I removed dairy I felt like a new person. Everything improved. My digestion, my skin, hair. It just doesn’t belong in our bodies,” she explained.
The singer limits her carbs when it comes to her daily meals, but she treats herself once in a while!
"I have to stay on a low-carb diet when I'm on the road because my show clothes are so tight and I can't afford to gain like I used to in the past... I have to work at it cause I'm a little old thing. I'm just 5'1" and I still have that country girl appetite, so I have to watch it. I just cheat on holidays and special days and then eat the things I really love," she said.
The former Spice Girl follows the alkaline diet, which actually aims to keep your body's pH between 7.35 and 7.45 (or slightly alkaline). She eats alkaline-rich foods that are easy to digest, including veggies and fruits, while limiting more acidic foods like poultry, fish, and eggs.
She swears by the Honestly Healthy cookbook by Natasha Corrett and Vicki Edgson, which includes recipes to keep your body’s pH balanced. She even tweeted: “Love this healthy eating cookbook!”
The actress loves to include a type of grain in all of her meals, and often times, lunch and dinner are the same.
"I grew up eating rice and beans, so I want some kind of grain in every meal. For lunch, I usually have salmon and rice or quinoa, and I try to include a salad. I’ll eat the same thing for dinner. I’m a creature of habit in that way," she explained.
To stay in shape, the pop star follows the macrobiotic diet. It focuses on achieving balance and inner peace through healthier meals, which mainly consist of organic whole grains, vegetables, and legumes. Followers of the diet usually avoid dairy, processed foods, meats, and tropical fruits.
“Macrobiotics is not a diet, it’s a way of life,” Madonna’s former personal chef Mayumi Nishimura said.
In order to shed her baby weight, the actress followed the Atkins low carb diet, which focuses on limiting the intake of sugar and carbohydrates. She's now a spokesperson for the brand!
“This journey with Atkins is about me feeling better overall, having more energy and reaching my happy weight,” she said.