Unfortunately, celebrities live on the cusp of reality. Their diets are difficult for people living in the real world to enforce. Still, there’s no harm( yes, there is) in trying( do not try these ).
1. Elvis Presley: Sleeping Beauty Diet
Introduced to the world by Jacqueline Susanns novel Valley of the Dolls in 1966, the Sleeping Beauty Diet allowed Elvis to pound peanut butter, bacon and banana sandwiches during his waking hours and burn off the calories in his sleep.
The logic of the SB Diet is pretty straightforward: If you arent conscious, you cant feed, and if you cant eat, you cant gain weight. The King of Rock’ n’ Roll would sedate himself for days at a time in an effort to stay svelte.
On a massively related note, Elvis was as insane in the head as he was gorgeous in the face. Do not try this diet at home or anywhere.
2. Beyonc: Veganism
In 2013, diva supreme Beyonc and her hubby Jay Z abided by a vegan meal planfor 22 days.After current challenges, the 7/11 vocalist sparingly reintroduced meat to her diet.
This is a dietary program based on removing all the foods from our diet that are known to cause food allergies, food sensitivities, and cause interruptions in the digestive process Choose your dinners form the list of foods that are allowed. Blend them any route you want use common sense. Leave the table ’8 0[ percent] full.’
Gwyns concept of almost-fullness appears to be a recurring theme in celebrity diets. If youre not hungry, youre not losing weight.
Her list excludes some meat, dairy, alcohol, refined sugar and coffee in favor of cold-water fish, legumes, select nuts, filtered water and Stevia.
OMG. YUM, GIRL!
4. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, aka Kate Middleton: The Dukan Diet