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Some Celebrity Diets And The Celebrities Practicing it

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Stars such as Molly SimsKate Walsh and more love intermittent fasting. (It’s almost exactly what it sounds like.) The diet trend consists of going without food for a period of time, then eating normally. Many follow the 16:8 hour fast — the most popular type — which involves eating all of your calories for the day in an eight-hour window, then fasting for 16 hours over night. Another method is the 5:2, which is where you eat normally for five days, then restrict your calorie intake severely for the other two.

The paleo diet is also a big trend among stars like Jessica Biel and Megan Fox. This meal plan typically includes foods that resemble what cavemen used to eat during the Paleolithic Era. So instead of eating dairy products and sugary sweets, followers opt for healthier foods such as lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables and seeds.

Intermittent Fasting

Who Does It? 
Sims, Walsh, Justin TherouxBrooke Burke and Reese Witherspoon.

What It Is?
Intermittent fasters eat only during certain windows of time. Fasting is said to decrease insulin levels, which can facilitate fat burning and weight loss.

Nutritionist’s Take
Holistic nutrition counselor Laura Beam says it’s important to remember to eat healthfully when not fasting. “The food you consume should be as nourishing and nutrient-dense as possible.”

80/20

Who Does It?
Kristin CavallariMiranda KerrKate UptonOlivia Munn and Kelly Rowland

What It Is?
The premise is simple: Eat well 80 percent of the time. “I eat really clean, and nothing processed. But when I go out, I really go for it,” Cavallari told Byrdie in May 2019. “Balance allows you to stop worrying about food so much.”

Nutritionist’s Take
“It’s a practical way to stay mindful without rigid rules,” says Beam. “But I’d stay away from bingeing. You don’t want to go hog wild with that 20 percent.”

WW (Weight Watchers)

Who Does It?
Jennifer HudsonKate HudsonKevin Smith and Annaleigh Ashford

What It Is?
Members use a SmartPoints system that encourages eating fruits, veggies, lean proteins and healthy fats over saturated fat and sugar, but nothing is off-limits.

Nutritionist’s Take
“WW helps people adopt healthy habits by setting realistic goals,” says Jaclyn London, R.D., head of nutrition and wellness at WW.

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