5 Celebrity Diets: It’s Safe for You to Try

From time to time, everyone thinks they should go on a diet. There’s a pressure to look like the celebrities we see glammed up on the red carpet, who always seem to be testing out the latest diet.

But before you dismiss them all as fads, we’ve picked out five celebrity diets worth trying. We’re not promising you’ll end up looking like Beyoncé or George Clooney, but you could feel a lot better about yourself. Check them out:

1. Juicing

Okay, so we all know that vegetables and fruit are good for us. But why? They’re a brilliant way of adding essential vitamins and minerals into our diet, but trying to fit the recommended five-a-day into your diet can be difficult. Especially when it was recently revealed we should be eating more like 10 portions of fruit and veg a day.

With juicing, it’s easier to stock up on more. But the benefits don’t stop there. As the vegetables and fruit used in juicing are raw, you’re probably getting more essential vitamins. Try it out for yourself with Gwenyth Paltrow’s Green Juice recipe, brought to you by Vouchercloud. They say it has got plenty of calcium and antioxidants from the leafy green super veg that is kale, with added lemony twang.

2. Vegan

Going vegan isn’t necessarily a diet – it’s more of a lifestyle choice. But the benefits of cutting out meat, dairy and eggs from your food intake are plenty. If you plan a vegan diet well, it’s rich in protein, iron, calcium and other essential vitamins and minerals.

The Vegan Society add that the plant-based sources of these nutrients tend to be low in saturated fat, high in fibre and packed with antioxidants, helping mitigate some of the modern world’s biggest health issues like obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

Vegan diets are popular with celebrities such as Ellen Page, Alicia Silverstone, Ariana Grande, Ellen DeGeneres and Liam Hemsworth.

3. 5-Factor diet

Just looking to shed a few pounds? The 5-factor diet could offer you a quick, safe fix that actually works. As the name suggests, it’s all about the number five. You eat five meals a day full of five elements that take no longer than five minutes to make. Along with this diet, you’re supposed to do five days of exercise per week. You’re allowed a cheat day too. IB Times say stars like Megan Fox and Lady Gaga regular use the 5-factor diet.

4. Atkins

If you’ve ever wanted to look like Kim Kardashian, you should try the Atkins diet – which she credited for helping her lose almost 70 pounds after the birth of her second child. On this diet, you’re supposed to limit the carbohydrates and sugars. The idea is your body will burn fat, but you’ll still feel energised so you won’t get the same cravings you can experience on other diets.

5. Dukan

The Dukan diet works in four phases:

  1. The attack phase – high protein foods to kick-start dieting
  2. The cruise phase – adding vegetables
  3. The consolidation phase – gradually reintroducing forbidden foods carefully so you don’t regain weight
  4. The stabilisation phase – turning the diet into a lifestyle

Source: Dukan Diet

If you continue with the Dukan diet, you’ll have to follow three key rules: one day of natural proteins every week, 20 minutes of walking every day (never using lifts or escalators), and 3 tablespoons of oat bran every day. It’s supposed to change your eating habits for good, rather than being used for a short-term fix. Considering its popular with Kate Middleton, it must be worth a try.

What diets have you tried? Share your experiences with us.

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